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It’s here, the moment of truth: Super Bowl LV. For the first time in Super Bowl history, the home team will be playing in their home stadium for the big game, as the Kansas City Chiefs head to Tampa Bay to play the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. This game is also featuring two of the greatest quarterbacks to ever play this beautiful game, with the Chiefs having Patrick Mahomes, who is looking to win his second Super Bowl in just three seasons as a starter, and the Buccaneers having Tom Brady, who is looking to win his would-be-record seventh Super Bowl and his first away from Bill Belichick and the New England Patriots.
There are so many major storylines to take from this game, including Mahomes vs. Brady, Travis Kelce vs. Rob Gronkowski, Tyreek Hill vs. Carlton Davis and Scotty Miller, Andy Reid vs. Bruce Arians, the Chiefs offensive line vs. the Buccaneers pass rush and more. This is a truly fascinating matchup and we can only hope it lives up to the potential.
Fact to Know: Tom Brady’s washed still got it.
Brady has certainly been one of the best quarterbacks in the NFL this season, finishing the regular season tied with Ryan Tannehill for the third-highest EPA per play (0.304), only trailing Aaron Rodgers’ 0.415 and Patrick Mahomes’ 0.358 and currently having the third-highest EPA per play in the postseason (0.308), only trailing Patrick Mahomes’ 0.496 and Baker Mayfield’s 0.327.
It’s not just the advanced numbers that look good for Brady either. Brady had 4,633 passing yards and 40 passing touchdowns in the regular season, both of which were his best in several years for the regular season, with his last passing yards total that high coming in 2015 and his passing touchdowns total being the second-highest of his career behind his historic 50 touchdown season in 2007. With the postseason included, he has 5,493 passing yards, his highest since 2017, and 47 passing touchdowns, tied for the second-highest of his career. Based on statistics, this is easily one of the three or four best seasons of Tom Brady’s illustrious career, especially if he ends it with another Lombardi Trophy.
Matchup to Watch: Tyreek Hill vs. Carlton Davis
We all know how the Week 12 game between these two went. Hill had the greatest receiving quarter I have ever seen, racking up 203 receiving yards and two receiving touchdowns in just the first quarter of that game. Hill finished the game with 269 receiving yards and three receiving touchdowns, and 211 of those yards and all three touchdowns came against Davis.
There is a major misconception about Tom Brady’s 2020 season. Many say he has not been that good, or that he’s even been carried by his receivers and defense.