Super Bowl Odds – At long last, Super Bowl LV is finally upon us. The 2021 NFL Playoffs started out with 14 teams and now there are only 2 teams left standing in the end. The 2 teams that will face off on February 7 are the Kansas City Chiefs and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Kansas City Chiefs
The defending Super Bowl champs have take everybody’s best shot in the regular season with a 15-1 record. Of course, the 3 catalysts that’s responsible for the rise of this team the last few years has been none other than their franchise core – former NFL MVP Patrick Mahomes, speedster Tyreek Hill, and versatile tight end Travis Kelce.
Aided by their first-round bye, KC slipped by two of the AFC’s upstart teams, the Cleveland Browns and Buffalo Bills. The Chiefs needed their powerful Big 3 to overcome the Browns and the Bills, respectively. These wins ensures KC to claim their 2nd straight AFC crown.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Tom Brady, as he has done so many times before during his legendary career, continues to win pressure packed games at the game’s highest level. Even at 43 years old, Brady is reminding everyone why he’s a 6-time Super Bowl champ for a reason. And that’s Brady bringing “The Patriot Way” he established during his championship dynasty with the New England Patriots all the way to Tampa Bay.
The 5th-seeded Buccaneers had to claw their way up to The Big Game with convincing victories against Washington, New Orleans, and Green Bay. While the Bucs blew out Washington in the Wild Card round, they needed every bit of energy to dispatch the Saints and the Packers in the 4th quarter of both to clinch their 2nd ever Super Bowl appearance.
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