October 26, 2021

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The Buccaneers won the 7th title Super Bowl for Tom Brady

The Buccaneers won the 7th title Super Bowl for Tom Brady

(Tampa) Even at the age of 43, Tom Brady continues to write his epic.


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Brady threw three touchdown passes and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers beat the Kansas City Chiefs 31-9 Sunday night to win 55E Super Bowl.

Brady once again put on a strong performance in the NFL’s most important game and was selected as the 55th Super Bowl MVP on Sunday night. He completed 21 of his 29 passes for 201 yards of aviation gains.

“To be here and get this experience with this team of players, it’s extraordinary. This team will be world champions forever,” Brady said. “No one can take it away from us.”

Despite his age, Brady was not ready to cross the line. And he doesn’t even think about retirement.

“We’ll be back,” he simply hinted.

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Tom Brady named 55th Super Bowl MVP

When he won the seventh Super Bowl ring of his career, Brady threw two touchdown passes to Rob Grankowski and one to Antonio Brown, two players who were not in the contract when he decided to join the experienced quarterback Buccaneers.

After Peyton Manning, Brady became the second quarterback in history to lead two separate teams to the Super Bowl title, along with the Indianapolis Colts and the Denver Broncos.

“I’m not making comparisons,” said Brady, who has won six Super Bowls with the New England Patriots. To live with this group of players, it is extraordinary. All of these successes are unique. We know we are against a good team and we are done. ”

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Leonard Fournet made 16 carries for 89 yards profits and was a major. He added four receptions for 46 yards profits.

The Buccaneers, the first team in the history of the Super Bowl to play at their stadium, were crowned NFL Champion for the second time. They easily defeated the Oakland Raiders 48-21 on January 26, 2003.

“This success goes to the coaching staff and the players. I did absolutely nothing,” said Bruce Arians, 68, who became the oldest Super Bowl head coach.

The Chiefs, who are Super Bowl champions, spent a tough night on crime and defense. They have not touched down for the first time since Patrick Mahoms’ opening quarterback and on November 19, 2017.

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Atrick Mahoms (15)

“I didn’t mind ing at all,” said Chiefs head coach Andy Reed. I thought we were coming and we would play too compared to the rest of the teams. This did not happen and we should give them credit. ”

Mahoms had to escape defensive pressure from the Buccaneers on several occasions and he completed 26 of his 49 attempts for a 270-yard gain. He was the victim of two interruptions.

“I didn’t play the way I wanted to play,” Mahoms said. All we could do was leave it on the ground. I found the guys. ”

Harrison Butker gave the Chiefs all the points, hitting three hits.

The Chiefs are looking to become the first team to win the Super Bowl for two consecutive years since Brady led the way from the Patriots in the 2003 and 2004 seasons.

Almost a perfect match

The Chiefs opened the scoring midway in the first quarter of their second offensive series.

The Kansas City squad moved the ball well until the Buccaneers stopped at the 31-line. Butker had a 49-yard field goal to give his team a 3-0 lead.

Brady responded quickly, orchestrating an eight-game, 70-yard offensive streak. The veteran quarterback completed four assists and his last, at the hands of Grankovsky, gave the Buccaneers a 7-3 lead.

The Florida team threatened as soon as the ball was taken but could not add any points to the scoreboard. At the goal gate, the Brady lineman threw an accurate pass to Joe Hague, but the next one was abandoned. Ronald Jones then ran into the Chiefs defense twice and a turnaround in the Buccaneers ’efforts.

It was only a postponement for the Buccaneers who took advantage of the penalty to score a second touchdown.

Brady throws a pass, which is deflected by Fournet and blocked by Tyrone Matthew. However, Chiefs Cornback Charvarius Ward was fined for withdrawing the theft of Matthew. Brady accepted a second chance, throwing a 17-yard touchdown pass to Grankovsky.

Mahoms returned to work a few minutes later after completing six passes for 44 yards. Butker ended the lead 14-6 with a 34-yard precision punt.

Chiefs discipline at the end of the first half was once again costly. Bashaud Breeland initially received a 34-yard hurdle penalty and Matthew was fined a hurdle, giving the Buccaneers eight yards. Brady throws a quick pass to Brown into the end zone, extending the lead to 21-6.

The weekend’s half-time show came to life again as Clyde Edwards-Heliైre ran back. After collecting just 17 yards in the first half, Edwards-Helier had 36 running yards, but the chiefs were unable to turn those yards into touchdowns. Butker scored a 52-yard field goal to reach his team at 12 points.

As they got the ball back, the Buccaneers’ chiefs were dealt a blow with a touchdown. After a 25-yard big game from Gronkowski, Fournett ran the ball into the 27-yard end zone.