Kansas City Chiefs and Tampa Bay Buccaneers Go Head-To-Head in Super Bowl LV


By Noah Kaplan and Luke Kaplan

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Kansas City Chiefs will square off this Sunday, February 7th, in Super Bowl LV. This Super Bowl will be particularly exciting to watch both former Super Bowl MVP Quarterbacks, Tom Brady and Patrick Mahomes, battle in the most important game of the season.  

The Buccaneers offense is full of talent, and led by Tom Brady,  has countless weapons to throw to including future Hall of Famer and longtime teammate TE Rob Gronkowski. After adding Brady, Gronk, WR Antonio Brown, and WR Scotty Miller to the elite receiving core of two top 10 wide receivers in Mike Evans and Chris Godwin, the Tampa Bay offense has only improved. The Bucs have an all-around solid team, as they were the seventh-ranked offense this season and the sixth-ranked defense. They are definitely a force to be reckoned with for the defending Super Bowl Champions, the Kansas City Chiefs

“Tom Brady may be old but he’s still the GOAT, he’s going to be able to pull it off,” says Senior Ashwin Gurumurugan.

Senior Jack Ziegler concurs, saying, “I think the Buccaneers will win because Brady doesn’t lose . . . unless he’s playing Eli of course.” 

After making it to the Super Bowl for the second year in a row, the Chiefs and Coach Andy Reid are looking to pull off another big win. With star quarterback Patrick Mahomes, WR Tyreek Hill, TE Travis Kelce, and DT Chris Jones, Kansas City has both a solid offense and defense, and it is no surprise that they are considered the favorites to win Super Bowl LV. The Chiefs were also the best offense in the league this year, while their defense was average, placing at 16th in the NFL. However, the Chiefs will definitely have a tough time securing their win against Tom Brady, who should never be underestimated, especially during the playoffs.

“Between Patrick Mahomes, Tyreek Hill, and Travis Kelce, there is no stopping this Kansas City offense. I have my money on the Chiefs,” comments Senior Jake Dillon.