Tampa Bay Bucaneers Beat Kansas City Chiefs to Win Super Bowl LV

Tom Brady secures his 7th Super Bowl ring in Tampa Bay’s victory over Kansas City last night, 31-9.

Intense coverage from the Bucs defense brought the Chief’s offense to a standstill, with Patrick Mahomes clocking in an abysmal passer rating of 52.3, the worst in his career. Ndamukong Suh provided pressure, with 1.5 sacks under his belt for the evening. The Bucs defense has a total of 29 pressures in last night’s game, the most against any quarterback in Super Bowl history. 

Credit for last night’s offensive shutdown goes to defensive coordinator Todd Bowles, who was acquired by Tampa Bay two years ago.

Brady’s game was strong, making 21/29 passes for 201 yards and three touchdowns, clocking a passer rating of 125.8 for the evening. The Bucs skill players came out in force, with Gronkowski netting 6 catches for 67 yards, bagging two touchdowns in the process. Leonard Fournette offered up an additional touchdown and 135 yards for the Brady’s offense.

This is Tampa Bay’s second Super Bowl win, having won more than 10 years ago in 2003 against the Raiders.


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