Can the Kansas City Chiefs Take Down Tom Brady or Does TB12 Continue His Legacy?

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Brett Cira, Reporter

On Feb. 7, 2021, the Chiefs and Buccaneers will play in Super Bowl LV. The Kansas City Chiefs, the favorite all-year-long, the defending Super Bowl Champions went 14-2 with the loss in Week 17 from benching to rest their top players. Patrick Mahomes, young and talented, may be the QB of the new era of the NFL. After the first quarter, Mahomes and the Chiefs cruised to an easy victory over the very talented Buffalo Bills in the AFC Championship Game. This team is “legit,” back to back Super Bowls could start a dynasty for Kansas City.

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers went out and snagged Tom Brady from New England. Arguably the best of all time, leaving his team, his city, and his coach that he worked so well with behind. They made a lot more moves including signing players like Jason Pierre-Paul, Ndamukong Suh, and Rob Gronkowski out of retirement. It’s been a while since Tampa Bay has been relevant and although they signed a bunch of new players, a lot of credit goes to Tom. Tom Brady has appeared in nine Super Bowls and won six of them. To come to a new team that hasn’t been competitive and take them all the way to the Super Bowl is very competitive.

This matchup is crazy to think about, and to pick one clear winner is difficult. Betting against Tom Brady in a Super Bowl is not very smart, but the Chiefs have the edge in overall talent, right? We all thought Buffalo was a great team and would challenge KC, but it was clear that there was a bigger gap than we thought between the two teams. Tampa Bay went out and played a tough game against Aaron Rodgers in his career-best season and won. I truly believe this game will be a nail-biter all night long, but I’m gonna have to take the Chiefs. Every time I see the Chiefs play, Mahomes and the team amaze me. They don’t always play well, but they get the job done when it matters and make some incredible plays. If Mahomes stays healthy for his career, I think he will be the greatest NFL quarterback of all time.

Two Super Bowls in his first three years? That would be insane. This is a game you don’t want to miss.