Tampa Bay rolls Kansas City 31-9 to win Super Bowl LV

Tampa, Florida:

Tom Brady and the Buccaneers roll all over Kansas City to win Super Bowl 55. From the opening kickoff to the final whistle, it was all the Buccaneers. Kansas City had no answer for a Tampa Bay team that was out for blood.

Tampa Bay opened the game with a monster touchdown pass from Tom Brady to Rob Gronkowski to make it 7-3 Tampa Bay. From there, Tom Brady and his offense extended their first-half lead to 21-6 after the Chiefs added one more field goal before the break.

Much like the first half, the second half was all Tampa Bay. Kansas City was able to add a few points of their own to make it a bit more reasonable but, in the end, it was Tom Brady and Tampa Bay cruising to victory.

Two storylines, in particular, will jump out at fans following this game.

The first being, the play from the Buccaneers defense was stellar, holding the explosive Kansas City offense to only nine points and 350 yards. Not to mention, the Buccaneer defense was in the head of Kansas City the entire night, forcing so many careless penalties. Patrick Mahomes was unable to establish any type of rhythm with the pressure from the Tampa Bay defense.

This second storyline is by far the most important one from tonight. Tom Brady was able to separate himself from the pack with the win over Kansas City as he won his 7th Super Bowl ring. There is no better football player in the history of the NFL than Tom Brady, and he proved that tonight. Brady put up MVP type numbers with three touchdowns and over 200 yards through the air. With the win, Tom Brady now has more Super Bowl wins than any franchise in the NFL.

Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers created their own history this year and, with that, the folklore of Tom Brady will carry on until the end of time.

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