Super Bowl expected between Chiefs and Buccaneers


The 55th edition of the season-defining Super Bowl brings together the Kansas City Chiefs, seeking a second consecutive title, with Patrick Mahomes facing the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and legendary quarterback Tom Brady, seeking a seventh title. After a challenging season, especially due to the coronavirus fallout, the season concludes Sunday at 23.30 GMT in Tampa, Florida. The Showdown brings together Brady, 43, who is considered the best offensive quarterback of all time, and Mahomes, 25, who is seeking to overthrow him. Players are looking to draw successful passes, to write a new chapter in the history of their popular sport in the United States. The professor's meeting with Al Fares The "Old Master" duels with the "young knight", having set many records in the world of the "NFL" championship. Brady is looking to prolong a career that began 21 years ago. At 43 years old and 188 days old, he will be the oldest player to play a Super Bowl, a remarkable career given the violence of the sport and a 3.3-year survival rate. This week he spoke of a "great effort" throughout his life "both on and off the field.. I tried to provide everything every week and I follow along the same lines". Not only is Brady trying to clinch his seventh title in 10 playoff games, but he's also doing it with a new team after two decades of success with the New England Patriots, where he and coach Bill Belichick formed a historic League duo. The Buccaneers are looking for their second title since 2002, having qualified to become the first team to make the final at the Raymond James Stadium. In the elimination rounds, he managed to overcome the odds outside his home ground, particularly outscoring Green Bay in the zone final. Returning from his 2019 retirement to oversee Tampa Bay, 68-year-old Bruce Arians could become the oldest coach to lift the Vince Lombardi Trophy. But to do so, he has to silence Kansas City's offensive arsenal, which averaged 29.6 points in the regular season. In addition to the task of monitoring Mahomes, who can get rid of extremely difficult positions, fast wing Travis Kelsey and receiver Tyreke Hill will have to be stopped. Steady hand Scored last year, Mahomes endured pressure throughout three-quarters of the game by the San Francisco 49ers. His hand did not tremble and his passes led to scoring three times behind the goal line "touch down". He helped turn the result around in the final quarter after falling behind 10-20 six minutes before the end, then culminating in a 31-20 win giving his side their first title after a 50-year