After leading the Bucs to a 31-26 win over the Green Bay Packers, Tom Brady gets ready to win his seventh Super Bowl ring and looks to secure another championship title for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. It has been more than two decades since their last Super Bowl victory in 2003 and a convincing win, 48-21, over the Las Vegas Raiders.
In the first NFL Conference Championship game, Tom Brady threw for 280 yards and three touchdowns, and his opponent Aaron Rodgers for 346 yards and three touchdowns and one interception. The Bucs became the first team in American football history to secure playing the NFL decider on their home field.
During the Divisional Round victory against the Browns last week, Patrick Mahomes raised some serious concerns when he limped off with turf toe and seemed to suffer a concussion when the game was almost over.
A week later, the Kansas City Chief fans were holding their breath after the slow start to the Conference Championship match, worried that their quarterback might not be 100% fit. But as the match went on, Patrick Mahomes managed to steer the ship for the Chiefs and win the game 38-24 without looking uncomfortable at any point.
The stage has been set for Super Bowl LV, where we will see the Goat Tom Brady come up against the Kid Patrick Mahomes. In the last two games, the Bucs let in 46 points and scored 61, Kansas letting in 41 points and scoring 60.
This Super Bowl promises to become one of the most exciting attacking games as both Brady and Mahomes will be willing to throw the Hail Mary to secure the win.
Can Patrick Mahomes create history for Kansas as the first team in sixteen years to win a back-to-back Super Bowl? Ironically, the last team to do it was Tom Brady’s New England Patriots in 2003-04.
Will Tom Brady add the seventh Super Bowl ring to his title, becoming the only QB with the most rings?
👉 Our Pick: At home Bucs -3.5 👈