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Let’s jump aboard this pirate ship and set sail for the Lombardi Trophy, shall we? Welcome to Super Bowl LV, Buccaneers fans. This will be your hub for the big game as Tom Brady, Bruce Arians and the rest of your Tampa Bay squad try to win the franchise’s second Super Bowl title and first since the 2002 season. Of course, they’ll be making this title bid in a familiar spot: Raymond James Stadium. The Bucs are the first team to ever host a Super Bowl, so why not add a little extra history by getting the W to boot?
In Tampa Bay’s way are the defending champion Kansas City Chiefs, who are looking to become the first team since Brady’s Patriots in 2003-04 to win back-to-back NFL championships. The previous matchup between these two teams from earlier this season is one that Brady & Co. would like to forget. The Chiefs were able to edge out a win, which included a dominant opening quarter by Tyreek Hill, who totaled over 200 yards receiving. While that loss certainly stung, regular-season winners are just 6-7 in Super Bowl rematches later that season.
For those Bucs fans who are interested in wagering on Super Bowl LV, Tampa Bay enters as a 3-point underdog, according to William Hill Sportsbook. As for who our CBS Sports experts think will win, we only have two of our eight taking the points. The time has finally come: Super Bowl LV is here. Be sure to follow all the Buccaneers-centric action below as we’ll break down everything this game has to offer from a Tampa Bay perspective. Ready? Let’s go!
How to watch Super Bowl LV
Time: 6:30 p.m. ET | Location: Raymond James Stadium (Tampa, Florida)
TV: CBS | Stream: FREE