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The Tampa Bay Buccaneers win Super Bowl LV


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The Tampa Bay Buccaneers beat the Kansas City Chiefs 31-9 to win Super Bowl LV this past Sunday. 

As the final score indicates, the “big game” was never actually competitive at any moment, and quite simply, the Chiefs got “smoked!”

Most fans and experts did not foresee such a lopsided score in favor of the Bucs, and even Vegas itself had Kansas City as a 3-point favorite leading up to the game.

The matchup was billed as a showdown between Tom Brady, who many consider to be the present “Goat,” versus Patrick Mahomes, who many considered the candidate to overtake Brady.

While one quarterback enjoyed a relatively easy evening filled with big plays, the other struggled all game to move his respective team down the field.

Tom Brady, named Super Bowl LV MVP, was 21-29 in passing and threw for 3 touchdowns. His chemistry with long-time teammate Rob Gronkowski shined throughout, as Gronk caught two of those touchdowns, including the first one to open the game.

The Bucs defense was dominant from start to finish, totaling 3 sacks and 2 interceptions. They were able to hurry Mahomes all evening, forcing him to scramble outside the pocket, while also keeping superstar wide-out Tyreek Hill in check for the entire game.

There are simply not enough superlatives to describe how dominant and timely this performance was for the Buccaneers.

Tampa Bay has captured their second Super Bowl in franchise history. As for Brady, he’s now a 7-time champion, having won more titles than any other NFL franchise in history.