super bowl 55

Tom Brady and Rob Gronkowski celebrating their Super Bowl LV win

New York Post

It didn't take long for the Buccaneers to prove who wanted to win this game more as Tom Brady won his seventh Super Bowl title.

The Chiefs struck first on a 49 yard field goal from Harrison Butker to go up 3-0 early in the first quarter. But the Buccaneers came back on the very next drive, gaining 75 yards on eight plays, and we saw Tom Brady connect with Rob Gronkowski for the first of two scores on the day. Tampa never let their foot off the pedal after that scoring drive, and they never relinquished the lead from that point on. The Bucs went on to easily win Super Bowl LV 31-9.

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Patrick Mahomes and Tom Brady are cordial here, but will be focused on taking the other down in Super Bowl 55

Kim Klement

We will have the rare opportunity to see a championship game that includes the implication of the proverbial passing of the GOAT title if Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs are able to defeat Tom Brady's Buccaneers in Tampa.

Not only would this make Kansas City back-to-back Lombardi Trophy winners, but it would mean that Mahomes was able to knock off the greatest to ever do it at the quarterback position on arguably the most talented team he's ever been a part of (sorry New England, but you should've treated your man better). Mahomes, who signed the largest contract in sports history following Kansas City's championship win last year, had plenty of expectations to live up to. He has delivered in a big way on their path to repeat as world champs this season.

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Even though we get a little bummed when the NFL season comes near the end, it's bittersweet because it also signals our favorite sporting event of the year- THE SUPER BOWL.

Man, there is literally nothing we don't like about that day. Whether our team makes it to the final or not (Nah, we're lying, we're always a little salty) is beside the point- Super Bowl Sunday is a day for pals, beers, and lots of yelling at the TV.

If you're anything like us, you've been making this season even more nail-biting by putting some of your hard-earned cash on your favorite team. But, if you haven't dabbled in sports betting yet, we're here to tell you that it's not too late.

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