Superbowl Sunday! We are finally there after a long, strange season that if we are all honest we were a little sceptical if we would make it this far. To get to this point has been a huge effort by everyone involved from the NFL, players, family and more importantly the staff and medical personnel from each team with strict testing and procedures who have all made great sacrifices making sure the season could go ahead. There is a great initiative getting a number of health care workers a free ticket to watch the big game live as a small thank you for the service they provide.
The high-powered Chiefs offence lead by the reigning, defending Super Bowl MVP Patrick Mahomes are in enemy territory as they look to take the Lombardi back home to Kansas once more. Looking to stop them are the Tampa Bay Buccaneers who are the first team to play a super bowl at the home stadium, led by the ageless Tom Brady who looks as good as ever and is wanting to add ring number 7 to his outrageous collection. The weather is going to be key at Raymond James Stadium in Florida as the early reports are for the rain to be falling if so this could affect the high scoring game that many experts are predicting.
Raymond James Stadium
Keymen for Kansas — Travis Kelce been named as the keyman should be no shock as this pick on offence for the Chiefs, he is Mahomes go-to man on key 3rd down situations and is almost uncoverable, if the weather is as advertised the short quick throws will be lethal. On defence I have gone for L’Jarius Sneed, the fourth-round rookie has been outstanding this season and look for him to put pressure on Tom Brady on exotic blitz packages set up by DC Steve Spagnuolo.
Keymen for Tampa — Again excluding the QB I think that Leonard Fournette could be crucial as Kansas could well look to send the house to stop the passing attack of the Bucs, dubbed playoff Lenny he has had key moments in the playoffs none more highlighted than his run against Green Bay for a 20-yard touchdown. On defence, Shaq Barrett will look to build on his 3 sacks against last time out. After a relatively quiet season after his 19.5 sacks the year before the pressure, he can generate against Mahomes will be the difference between winning and losing. My prediction is Bucs 31 — Chiefs 30 and Tom Brady for MVP
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