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Super Bowl LV was a little more lopsided than expected, as the Tampa Bay Buccaneers really did look like the home team at Raymond James Stadium en route to a 31-9 triumph over the Kansas City Chiefs, denying the reigning champions a shot at back-to-back titles. Often when there’s a game between two phenomenal teams and quarterbacks like Bucs legend Tom Brady and the Chiefs’ Patrick Mahomes, there can be winners and losers on both sides. When it came to Super Bowl LV, though, that wasn’t really the case. Biggest winners from Super Bowl LVTom Brady, quarterback, Tampa Bay Buccaneers

A seventh Super Bowl victory. At age 43. In his first year with a new team. Does anything more need to be said about Tom Brady? This section could just end here, along with his stat line of 21-of-29 passing, 201 yards, three touchdowns, zero interceptions and a 125.8 passer rating.But this latest landmark achievement felt like something much grander.Brady broke away from the New England Patriots after two decades in the same offense and forming a dynasty with head coach Bill Belichick. Despite the obvious talent on Tampa Bay’s roster, the team did go 7-9 the previous season, and due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the offseason program was much more limited than it otherwise would’ve been.This prevented TB12 from getting to know the coaching staff and his new teammates better. It didn’t matter. Like he always has, Brady defied the odds, guided the Bucs through adversity all year long, had them peaking after a late Week 13 bye, and they wound up rattling off eight straight victories, including the Big One.

Beyond the obvious prowess Brady has as a passer and the longevity of his career and resultant accomplishments, he may be the best leader of all-time in major North American team sports. That’s the kind of gaudy stature Brady is taking up these days. His legacy is transcending GOAT status in the NFL at this point.The scary thing? Brady is winning even harder when you think about how he’ll be even more  comfortable with the Bucs next season. In other words, they could be even better. This man isn’t going to stop any time soon, and it’ll help keep his veteran coach Bruce Arians feeling young. Read More: Tampa Bay Buccaneers QB Tom Brady open to playing beyond the age of 45 Rob Gronkowski, tight end, Tampa Bay Buccaneers

What would Super Bowl Sunday be without a patented Gronk Spike — or two?For the first time in his career, Brady orchestrated a first-quarter touchdown drive in the Big Game when he found Gronkowski on a craftily designed crossing route concept for an eight-yard scoring toss.

Gronkowski smiles through any haters who try to slow him down. Some had the nerve to say he was washed up at the beginning of this season as he worked his way back into football shape. What the Super Bowl LV touchdown really proves is Gronk has plenty left in the tank — he’s just taken on more of a blocking role since the Bucs are so loaded at the skill positions.But just when no one really expected it, Gronkowski leaked free into the flat and found the end zone for the 13th time in the playoffs from Brady, which is the most for any tandem of QB and pass-catcher in NFL history, per ESPN’s Field Yates.Read More: WATCH: Tampa Bay Buccaneers TE Rob Gronkowski scores first TD of Super Bowl LVOh, Gronk wasn’t done, though. He found pay dirt again in the second quarter as Brady was well-protected in the pocket and eventually found his ever-reliable big target in Gronkowski breaking free downfield:

Seems a little gratuitous, doesn’t it?

Well, at least to New England Patriots fans who are probably weeping in either joy, sadness or both while watching Brady and Gronkowski ham it up in the end zone at the Super Bowl.
Read More: WATCH: Rob Gronkowski spikes epic 2nd TD in Super Bowl LVByron Leftwich and Todd Bowles, Tampa Bay Buccaneers

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Might as well group the Bucs’ offensive and defensive coordinators here under one section, because they stuck to their guns under the most pressure imaginable, against a supreme adversary, and played a huge role in the Bucs coming out on top.
While Arians’ winning storyline is more sentimental — and, well, somewhat on theme with Brady in terms of the longevity narrative — what Leftwich and Bowles did is nothing short of spectacular.

Let’s start with Bowles. Written off as a head coach due to his coming up short during his tenure with the New York Jets, Bowles is proving he deserves another crack as a leading man. To baffle the likes of Mahomes, Andy Reid and Chiefs OC Eric Bieniemy is no small task.
Whether it was simulated pressure, or just playing to his players’ strengths, there was no situation or down and distance Bowles wasn’t prepared for. He helped mitigate the impact of superstar playmakers in Tyreek Hill and Travis Kelce, which is pretty much unheard of.
Now, for Leftwich. Arians deservedly gets a lot of credit for the “no risk it, no biscuit” football philosophy. It’s Leftwich who’s ultimately at the controls of the Buccaneers’ call sheet.

Whether it was the creative ways of getting the tight ends the ball in their hands in the short passing game, or executing in critical spots, Leftwich balanced a pragmatic approach with plenty of deep shots that kept the pressure on the Chiefs’ secondary and forced a ton of penalties that led to points.

Leftwich didn’t relent, nor stray too far from what the Bucs did well. He added enough wrinkles to keep Kansas City off-balance. It was a masterfully called game by another minority coach who should garner head coaching consideration soon enough.
And in that vein, Bowles and Leftwich aren’t in the same section to diminish each man’s individual contribution to Sunday’s outcome. They’re in tandem to represent the united, complementary championship effort they put forth in Super Bowl LV, which underscored how the Bucs have two worthy Black assistants who can thrive as head coaches in the NFL.
Give it up for Leftwich and Bowles. Recognize their greatness and big part in all this.Leonard Fournette, running back, Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Cast off from the lowly Jacksonville Jaguars, who own the No. 1 overall pick in the upcoming draft, Fournette’s NFL future was very much up in the air before Brady lured him to Tampa Bay.

“Playoff Lenny” came to play, that’s for sure. Often maligned for his inability to catch the ball out of the backfield, the bruising ball-carrier showed his full arsenal of skills in Super Bowl LV, racking up 89 yards on 16 carries and 46 more yards on four receptions. His highlight play came on a breakaway TD run to put the Bucs up 28-9 after the extra point.

Fournette has revitalized his career with the Bucs to say the least, and not only proved he could still be an effective playmaker, but could even carry the load for a championship team.
As much as Tampa Bay’s receivers get a lot of shine, it was actually Fournette and Ronald Jones who made it really difficult on the Chiefs’ suspect run defense and ultimately kept the Bucs balanced enough to prevent Mahomes and KC’s offense from getting into a flow.

Read More: WATCH: Tampa Bay Buccaneers RB Leonard Fournette breaks Super Bowl LV wide open with TDBiggest losers from Super Bowl LVAndy Reid, head coach, Kansas City Chiefs

For as good as Reid usually is off a bye, his Chiefs came out completely flat, and that’s on him.
Reid has been notorious throughout his career for mismanaging the clock and getting outcoached in the biggest spots. That was actually kind of the case in last year’s Super Bowl before Mahomes spurred an epic comeback against the San Francisco 49ers.
Now, this isn’t to take away from all that Reid has achieved. It was just plainly obvious which team on Sunday night was more prepared and ready to roll in Super Bowl LV. It wasn’t the Chiefs. They had the chance to make history, and came out flat. The offense was out of sync, the defense got pushed around, and penalty flags were flying all over the place.

It was an undisciplined, disorganized and ill-prepared Kansas City team that took the field against the Buccaneers. Uncharacteristic though it was from the seemingly unstoppable Chiefs, all that is a reflection of Reid failing to come up with a viable game plan to defeat an opponent K.C. had jumped all over for 17 unanswered points to begin its 27-24 Week 12 win over Tampa Bay.Kansas City Chiefs vs. Super Bowl LV officiating crew

On a tipped ball in the second quarter that was intercepted by Tyrann Mathieu, cornerback Charvarius Ward was whistled for a defensive holding penalty that wiped out a possible game-changing big play for the Chiefs defense.
That play could’ve kept the Bucs off the board, as they benefited from strong starting field position thanks to a shanked punt by Tommy Townsend. A boneheaded offsides penalty on a Tampa Bay field goal attempt extended the drive thereafter, and that led to Gronkowski’s aforementioned second score.

By halftime, the Chiefs had racked up a whopping eight penalties for 95 yards. Most of those came on sloppy efforts from the secondary, who weren’t locked in and got too grabby against the Bucs when they unleashed their vertical passing attack.

Some of the call that went against Kansas City were a little dubious, yet most of the errors were of the easily avoidable mental variety, or simply instances of star players like Mathieu and Chris Jones letting their emotions get the best of them and drawing personal foul, 15-yard flags. All the laundry the Chiefs generated at Super Bowl LV cost them a chance to build much of a rhythm in the early going, and forced them to play from behind. It was too much to overcome this time around. Patrick Mahomes, quarterback, Kansas City Chiefs

That leads us into this section. Mahomes had time to heal up his turf toe injury and showed no ill effects from the head injury that forced him out of the Divisional Round against Cleveland.
With all the extra time to prepare and get at least a little healthier, it just seemed like Mahomes and the offense weren’t on the same page from the jump. He finished with two interceptions and completed just 26 of 49 passes for 270 yards.
We’ve seen Mahomes put on his Superman cape and rally Kansas City from behind before. He led his team back from double-digit point deficits in every single playoff game last year en route to a Lombardi Trophy and Super Bowl MVP honors.
It’s difficult to figure out who to blame, but for a player of Mahomes’ caliber, there’s no excuse for how awfully he played. With weapons like Tyreek Hill and Travis Kelce at his disposal, he should’ve been able to find a way to make more plays than he did.

On the other hand, maybe the Bucs just had a sounder game plan to get it done. It sure looked like Mahomes was more unsure of himself than usual throughout the evening, which should offer fanbases in the AFC at least some hope that they can challenge Kansas City next year.
Read More: WATCH: Antoine Winfield Jr. grabs crazy INT in Super Bowl LV off Patrick MahomesTyreek Hill, wide receiver, Kansas City Chiefs

What happened to the man who absolutely destroyed the Buccaneers for 269 yards receiving in Week 12 and gave Tampa Bay defenders the peace sign on one end zone jaunt and even put up the peace sign as he broke the plane on another occasion?Pro Football Focus highlighted just how stark the contrast was between what Hill did before versus what happened in Super Bowl LV:

Hill was a shell of a player we saw the last time he torched the Bucs. Again, so much credit goes to Bowles’ game plan and the youthful, hungry Tampa Bay secondary that fed off the atmosphere on the Super Bowl stage and didn’t played scared of Hill’s world-class speed.The final stat line was uninspiring and somewhat misleading: seven catches on 10 targets for 73 yards, and that total included several inconsequential, longer gains later on when the outcome was already very much decided.It’ll be interesting to see how the Chiefs adjust from here. Obviously, no one has been able to take Hill away on a consistent basis, much less just about shut him down when it really mattered.Read More: Kansas City Chiefs, Eric Bieniemy expected to sign a new contract this offseason

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Super Bowl LV X-factors

The performances of role players and less reliable starters will go a long way toward determining if the Chiefs can win back-to-back titles or if the Buccaneers can derail them on their home field. Here are the top X-factors from a game that will feature several famous X-factors.


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Brown has rarely approached his Steelers level of dominance — getting there basically against the Falcons and no one else — but this is still one of the 21st century’s best receivers. The 32-year-old former star only averaged 10.7 yards per catch, his lowest since becoming an NFL regular, and is battling a knee injury that may keep him out. But Brown still represents a tough cover for a WR3 if he suits up. With Mike Evans and Chris Godwin as Tampa Bay’s clear Nos. 1-2 targets, Brown would have an interesting opportunity as a lower-level defensive priority should he play Sunday.


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Perhaps Sunday’s definitive boom-or-bust player, Davis has fared well for stretches in his third season. He also submitted one of the worst games by an NFL cornerback in recent history, giving up three TDs to Tyreek Hill. Oddly forced into frequent one-on-one coverage against the league’s scariest deep threat, Davis allowed nine Hill catches for 204 yards in Week 12. However, Davis more than held his own against the likes of Michael Thomas and Davante Adams in multiple games in a four-INT season. He also has ceded three playoff TDs. How this rollercoaster stops will have a big say in determining this season’s champ.


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The two-week hiatus could be critical for the Chiefs’ top running back. After returning for the AFC championship game, Edwards-Helaire is practicing in full and stands to be healthier for Super Bowl LV. That will surely mean more than seven touches (his Bills workload). The Chiefs ranked 16th in rushing, and CEH was rarely the centerpiece of any Kansas City game plan. But he totaled 1,100 scrimmage yards while missing two games. While the run-apathetic Chiefs will likely avoid over-challenging the Bucs’ No. 1 DVOA run defense, a healthier version of the 5-foot-7 rookie only increases the AFC champions’ options.


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In Week 12, Fournette touched the ball six times. Hill turning in a 10-6 first-round scorecard against Davis steered the Bucs into a pass-geared game. But in the playoffs, the ex-Jaguars starter has been a primary threat. Fournette is averaging five yards per touch on 62 postseason handles and looks fresh after his lowest-volume season (97 carries). Although the Chiefs have elite defensive tackle, Chris Jones, they rank 21st against the run. They have not ranked inside the top 20 in-ground deterrence since 2015, putting a spotlight on Fournette and Ronald Jones.


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For name recognition, the Bucs probably have the most famous offense in Super Bowl history. While Gronkowski and Antonio Brown are in the WCW phases of their careers, the 30-somethings remain dangerous in spots. Set for his fifth Super Bowl, Gronk is this event’s defining tight end. He dominated in the Patriots’ loss to the Eagles, and his late diving grab sunk the Rams a year later. He scored seven regular-season TDs and posted a six-catch, 106-yard line against the Chiefs in November. Despite making just two playoff catches this year, Gronk should not be overlooked even if he is now an auxiliary piece. 


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It seems unfair a historically potent offense has one of the NFL’s fastest players both operating as a part-time receiver, alongside an even faster wideout and representing a lethal return threat. Like they did in 2020 with Edwards-Helaire, the Chiefs opted to eschew defensive needs with their first pick in 2019. Hardman is not exactly reliable, as his fumble last week showed. But the former second-round pick is at best the No. 3 priority for defenses and can provide a boost in both kick and punt returns. The 2019 All-Pro breaking loose on a big play may be too much for the Bucs to handle.


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Overall, the Chiefs’ Hitchens signing — for five years and $45 million in 2018 — has not worked out. The Chiefs have been shaky in run defense for years (though their offense’s dominance has rendered this a niche issue), and Hitchens has delivered inconsistency at best. But Kansas City used him as its lone dime linebacker extensively against the Bills. He came through with seven solo tackles to help the Chiefs force ill-advised field goals. The Bucs have a better O-line and run game than the Bills, creating more important tasks for a linebacker who may be readying for his last game as a Chief.


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If Brown returns, Bruce Arians and Byron Leftwich must find a way to have Miller on the field more often. Brown usurped Miller upon arrival, and the young deep threat played just 11% of Tampa Bay’s offensive snaps in both the wild-card and divisional rounds. Miller averaged 15.2 yards per catch and is coming off a game in which he made arguably the biggest reception in Bucs history. Tom Brady has never been a great deep-ball thrower, but he has formed a rapport with the second-year wideout. Miller is one of Super Bowl LV’s most fascinating players, with or without AB in uniform.


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After navigating an injury during the regular season, the second-year cornerback is on a tear entering the Bucs’ home Super Bowl tilt. Murphy-Bunting intercepted passes in each of Tampa Bay’s three NFC playoff games, with each of the thefts leading to touchdowns. The Central Michigan alum set up the second one on a 36-yard return. After a mediocre regular season that saw QBs complete 78% of their passes against him, Murphy-Bunting has fared better in the playoffs. This is obviously good news for a Bucs team needing all the help it can get against one of the best passing attacks ever.


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Statistically, the Chiefs did not boast a strong pass rush this season. Top sacker Frank Clark somehow made the Pro Bowl with five sacks before the team was announced, and starter Tanoh Kpassagnon finished a 16-game season with one. Okafor was injured for Super Bowl LIV, but the veteran has been more effective than Kpassagnon opposite Clark this season. Okafor recorded three sacks and 10 QB hits in the regular season. Non-blitz pressure is critical against Brady, but the Chiefs’ edge rushers have strong opposition in tackles Donovan Smith and Tristan Wirfs. They will need one of their supporting casters to help out. 


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Five years after his defining game, Remmers will have another shot. The Panthers left him alone against Von Miller too often in Super Bowl 50 , and Cam Newton’s career took a sharp turn after Miller’s two sack-strips. Remmers has bounced around since and signed with the Chiefs as a backup, but he has a redemption opportunity. After starting for Mitchell Schwartz at right tackle, Remmers moved to left tackle following Eric Fisher’s Achilles tear. If Remmers is indeed the left tackle, he will primarily face Jason Pierre-Paul. This matchup will go a long way toward determining how live an underdog the Bucs will be.


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Extending Patrick Mahomes, Travis Kelce, and Chris Jones in one offseason — and being the NFL’s lone team with two $20 million-per-year D-linemen, in Jones and Clark — means the cost-cutting elsewhere. The Chiefs have skimped at cornerback for years but found a rookie-contract gem in Sneed. The 2020 fourth-round pick flashed in September before an IR stay and has been a difference-maker since returning. Sneed has delivered multifaceted performances down the stretch, registering a sack in four straight games while covering well in the slot. He will not be a pushover for the Bucs’ high-profile receivers.


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A secondary glue player for most of the Andy Reid era in Kansas City, Sorensen is on tap for his 12th playoff game as a Chief. Sorensen made titanic plays in the past two divisional-round games, the most recent via his controversial goal-line strip of Rashard Higgins, and has played 100% of Kansas City’s defensive snaps since Week 9. The 30-year-old has been critical to Spagnuolo’s complex defense, intercepting three passes this season while affecting plays on blitzes. He will join Sneed in matching up with some famous opposition in Tampa. 


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The Chiefs have the less healthy offensive line going into Super Bowl LV, but the Bucs are missing a starter too. Right guard Alex Cappa’s absence moved Stinnie into the starting lineup. Some of Tom Brady’s big-stage failures featured inside pressure — from Steve Spagnuolo’s 2007 Giants to the 2015 Broncos to Brandon Graham’s sack-strip in Super Bowl LII — and Stinnie will be part of an interior line tasked with preventing Chris Jones from wrecking the game. The Chiefs employ one of the NFL’s premier inside pass rushers and will likely look to get him some matchups against the new starter.


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A torn ACL kept Thornhill out of Super Bowl LIV, and the second-year safety spent much of this season as a part-timer trying to recapture his previous form. But Spagnuolo deployed Thornhill on 77% of Kansas City’s defensive plays against Buffalo, and the former second-round pick came through with four passes defensed. Thornhill had the look of a longtime Chiefs starter alongside Tyrann Mathieu last season. With the Chiefs set to be in sub-packages for most of Super Bowl LV, Thornhill will have a chance to build momentum for the future. He will face difficult opposition in doing so.


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The top three Chiefs O-linemen from their Super Bowl LIV victory — Fisher, Schwartz, and Laurent Duvernay-Tardif — are either out or not expected to play Sunday. This makeshift line must face a menacing front four. Ndamukong Suh has been one of this era’s most physically imposing blocking assignments; he now has the larger Vea back flanking him. The 347-pound nose tackle returned from IR for the Packers game; despite playing only 33 defensive snaps, Vea disrupted Green Bay’s attack. He is crucial to the Bucs’ top-tier run defense and frees up his pass-rushing mates. More Vea work will create a problem for the Chiefs.


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Through a cost-effectiveness lens, the Chiefs missed on Watkins. The former top-five pick has been frequently hurt and did not post a 700-yard season in Kansas City. That said, Watkins has lived up to his contract in the playoffs. He was vital to the Chiefs’ comeback in their last playoff outing against Brady — the 2018 AFC title game — and combined for 212 yards between last year’s conference championship game and Super Bowl LIV. Watkins has cleared 60 yards in all five of his Chiefs playoff assignments but has not played in this postseason. If Watkins can overcome a calf injury and suit up, it could change the game.


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The Bucs exited last week with neither of their starting safeties — Winfield and Jordan Whitehead — practicing. Winfield has a better chance to suit up, in being deemed questionable. The Bucs missed the versatile rookie in Green Bay. Winfield has consistently made plays, with the most recent — stripping Jared Cook as the Saints were driving for a two-score lead — perhaps changing the complexion of the NFC playoffs. The second-generation NFLer (three sacks) also serves as part of Tampa Bay’s oft-used blitz tactics. Having Winfield available will be crucial and perhaps necessary against this opponent.


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The Bucs’ 2020 first-round pick has the look of a long-term starter at right tackle. It is not out of the question, however, the biggest game of his career occurs Sunday. Wirfs has delivered steady work protecting Brady. He allowed one regular-season sack, has not missed an offensive snap, and produced the second-best season by a rookie right tackle (per Pro Football Focus) in over 10 years. But the Chiefs will likely send Frank Clark over to his side frequently. With the Chiefs featuring a greater margin for error, Wirfs’ work will help determine if the Bucs can maximize their chances.


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Had Shaq Barrett not intervened, the Packers are probably in Super Bowl LV. Beating right tackle Rick Wagner for three sacks, Barrett helped the Bucs stave off Green Bay’s rally. He will have a less experienced adversary Sunday. The Chiefs’ post-Eric Fisher-injury O-line configuration featured Wylie at right tackle. The third-year guard stands to be primarily matched up with Barrett, who has 30.5 sacks in two Tampa Bay seasons. With Mahomes boasting an NFL-best QBR against blitzes, Bucs DC Todd Bowles may limit his blitz-happy ways to protect his secondary. That will amplify the Barrett-Wylie matchup.

Sam Robinson is a Kansas City, Mo.-based writer who mostly writes about the NFL. He has covered sports for nearly 10 years. Boxing, the Royals and Pandora stations featuring female rock protagonists are some of his go-tos. Occasionally interesting tweets @SRobinson25.

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Super Bowl LV: รายละเอียดตำแหน่งต่อตำแหน่ง

Super Bowl LV ถูกกำหนดให้เป็นการประลองระหว่าง Chiefs และ Buccaneers โดยมีผู้เล่นที่ยอดเยี่ยมในเกือบทุกตำแหน่ง นี่คือการดูว่าแต่ละตำแหน่งซ้อนกันระหว่างทั้งสองทีมแบบตัวต่อตัว Jay Biggerstaff / USA Today Sports Images ประวัติความยิ่งใหญ่อันยาวนานของ Tom Brady ไม่มีใครเทียบได้ แต่ไม่มีกองหลังคนไหนทำได้ดีไปกว่า Mahomes ในทุกวันนี้ เขาได้รับรางวัล League MVP ในปี 2018, Super Bowl MVP ในปี 2019 และได้รับรางวัลทั้งสองรางวัลในปีนี้ Mahomes ขว้างไป 4,740 หลาและ 38 ทัชดาวน์ในช่วงฤดูกาลปกติและเขาก็ออกมาจากเกมที่ดีที่สุดแห่งปีของเขาใน AFC Championship Denny Medley / USA Today Sports Images Edwards-Helaire กลับมาเมื่อสัปดาห์ที่แล้วหลังจากพลาดสามเกมด้วยอาการบาดเจ็บที่สะโพกและข้อเท้าและเขาเห็นงานที่ จำกัด มีแนวโน้มที่จะเปลี่ยนแปลงใน Super Bowl สำหรับมือใหม่ที่มีระยะ 1,100 หลาจากการต่อสู้ใน 13 เกมปกติในฤดูกาล Darrel Williams และ Le’Veon Bell ยังเติมเต็ม Edwards-Helaire ได้เป็นอย่างดี แทมปาเบย์ยังตีเสมอได้อย่างมั่นคงกับโรนัลด์โจนส์และลีโอนาร์ดโฟร์เน็ตซึ่งหลังนี้ทำทัชดาวน์ได้ในเกมเพลย์ออฟทั้งสามเกมสำหรับบัคส์ Denny Medley / USA Today Sports Images Bucs No. 1 wideout Mike Evans เป็นซูเปอร์สตาร์ที่เพิ่งจบฤดูกาล 1,000 หลาติดต่อกันเป็นลำดับที่ 7 แต่พรสวรรค์ที่เป็นเอกลักษณ์ของฮิลล์เปลี่ยนการป้องกันอย่างสิ้นเชิง สปีดสเตอร์ทำทัชดาวน์ได้ 17 ครั้งในช่วงฤดูกาลปกติพร้อมกับระยะ 1,399 หลาจากการต่อสู้ Kim Klement / USA Today Sports Images Godwin ไม่ได้เห็นโอกาสมากมายหลังจากการฝ่าวงล้อมในฤดูกาล 2019 แต่เขายังมีระยะ 840 หลาและทำทัชดาวน์ได้ 7 ครั้งใน 12 เกมปกติ หัวหน้าหวังว่าจะได้อันดับ 2 แซมมี่วัตคินส์กลับมาสู่ซูเปอร์โบวล์ซึ่งออกไปในช่วงหลายสัปดาห์ที่ผ่านมาเนื่องจากอาการบาดเจ็บที่น่อง Kim Klement / USA Today Sports Images บราวน์เป็นอดีตเด็กหน้าปก Madden ซึ่งดาราได้จางหายไปเนื่องจากปัญหานอกสนาม เขายังคงมีระยะ 483 หลาและสี่ทัชดาวน์ในแปดเกมปกติและมีแนวโน้มที่จะกลับมาจากอาการบาดเจ็บที่หัวเข่าในซูเปอร์โบวล์ Mecole Hardman ไม่สอดคล้องกันในฤดูกาลที่สองของเขาสำหรับ Chiefs แต่มีความเร็วในการทำลายเกม Denny Medley / USA Today Sports Images Kelce อยู่ในอันดับต้น ๆ ของ NFL ด้วยการทำลายสถิติ 1,416 หลาที่ได้รับในปี 2020 นอกจากนี้เขายังทำทัชดาวน์ได้อย่างน้อยหนึ่งครั้งในหกเกมติดต่อกันโดยมีสองคะแนนใน AFC Championship Rob Gronkowski จาก Tampa Bay เป็น Hall of Famer ในอนาคตแม้ว่าเขาจะไม่ได้ก้าวเดินตามปกติในปี 2020 หลังจากเกษียณอายุ Geoff Burke / USA Today Sports Images Smith เป็นผู้เริ่มต้นหกปีที่เชื่อถือได้ในการต่อสู้เพื่อ Bucs หัวหน้ากำลังตะเกียกตะกายไปทางซ้ายโดย Mike Remmers มีแนวโน้มที่จะเข้าชิงหลังจากที่ Eric Fisher ผู้เริ่มต้นประสบปัญหา Achilles ฉีกขาดใน AFC Championship Mark J. Rebilas / USA Today Sports Images Marpet เป็นไลน์แมนตัวรุกที่ดีที่สุดของ Bucs และมีปีที่แข็งแกร่งอีกปีในปี 2020 แม้จะพลาดเวลาบาดเจ็บ Nick Allegretti รอบที่ 7 ของปี 2019 ถูกแทรกลงในผู้เล่นตัวจริงในช่วงต้นปีและเป็นเรื่องที่น่าประหลาดใจในฐานะตัวบล็อกการวิ่งตะปบสำหรับหัวหน้า Mark J. Rebilas / USA Today Sports Images Jensen ได้เริ่มทุกเกมสำหรับ Bucs ตั้งแต่ปี 2018 โดยทำสัญญาสี่ปีใหญ่ให้มากที่สุดหลังจากที่เขาอยู่ในบัลติมอร์ ออสตินไรเตอร์ถูกกำหนดให้เริ่มซูเปอร์โบวล์ครั้งที่สองติดต่อกันสำหรับหัวหน้าและกลับมาฟิตอีกครั้งหลังจากมีปัญหาเรื่องเข่าเมื่อต้นปี 10 จาก 27 RG: Chiefs (Stefan Wisniewski) Denny Medley / USA Today Sports Images ทั้งสองทีมกำลังต่อสู้กันด้วยการป้องกันที่เหมาะสมมุ่งหน้าสู่ Super Bowl Wisniewski เริ่มซูเปอร์โบวล์เมื่อปีที่แล้วสำหรับหัวหน้า แต่ออกจากพิตส์เบิร์กในช่วงยุ หลังจากได้รับบาดเจ็บเขาได้รับการปล่อยตัวโดย Steelers และอ้างสิทธิ์โดย KC และกลับมาอยู่ในรายชื่อผู้เล่นตัวจริงเนื่องจากอาการบาดเจ็บของ Eric Fisher Aaron Stinnie เริ่มอาชีพครั้งที่สองที่แทมปาเบย์เมื่อสัปดาห์ที่แล้ว Kim Klement / USA Today Sports Images Wirfs มีฤดูกาลใหม่ที่ดีหลังจากที่เขาได้รับเลือกในรอบแรกของร่าง หัวหน้ามักจะมี All-Pro ที่เหมาะสมในการต่อสู้กับ Mitchell Schwartz แต่เขาพลาดเกือบทั้งฤดูกาลเนื่องจากอาการบาดเจ็บที่หลัง ด้วยอาการบาดเจ็บของฟิชเชอร์แอนดรูว์ไวลีผู้พิทักษ์ด้านขวามักจะเปลี่ยนไปเล่นทางด้านขวาซึ่งทำให้แฟน ๆ ของหัวหน้าวิตกกังวล Kim Klement / USA Today Sports Images Suh ได้ย้ายจากการต่อสู้เพื่อการป้องกันไปสู่การป้องกันในการป้องกัน Bucs 3-4 แต่เขาก็อยู่ภายในเป็นประจำ อดีตสตาร์ราคาสูง Suh ยังมีหกกระสอบในปี 2020 หัวหน้ากองหลัง Tanoh Kpassagnon เชื่อถือได้ แต่ไม่ได้รับชื่อของเขาในตารางสถิติบ่อยนักในฤดูกาลนี้ Kim Klement / USA Today Sports Images Jones เป็นหนึ่งในนักฟุตบอลที่ผ่านการแข่งขันภายในอันดับต้น ๆ และได้รับเงินตามฤดูกาลที่ผ่านมา เขาทำ Pro Bowl เป็นครั้งที่สองติดต่อกันหลังจากบันทึก 7.5 กระสอบ การแก้ปัญหาจมูกของ Bucs Vita Vea ทำได้ดีเยี่ยมในการวิ่งและกลับมาจากอาการบาดเจ็บเมื่อสัปดาห์ที่แล้ว Denny Medley / USA Today Sports Images คลาร์กไม่ได้ส่งเสียงดังมากเท่าปกติในฤดูกาลนี้บันทึกได้เพียงหกกระสอบในฤดูกาลปกติ แต่เขามีสองกระสอบในการแข่งขัน AFC Championship วิลเลียม Gholston เป็นผู้สนับสนุนฟรีที่มั่นคงในการป้องกันบัคส์ด้วยสามกระสอบในฤดูกาลปกติ Kim Klement / USA Today Sports Images ปิแอร์ – พอลเป็นกองหลังที่ยอดเยี่ยม 4-3 ซึ่งมีความชอบในการป้องกันท็อดด์โบว์ลส์ 3-4 อดีตไจแอนท์มี 9.5 กระสอบในฤดูกาลปกติและพบกองหลังสองครั้งในการแข่งขัน NFC Championship Benny Sieu / USA Today Sports Images White กลายเป็นซุปเปอร์สตาร์ใน NFL ฤดูกาลที่สองของเขาด้วยการโหม่ง 140 ครั้งและเก้ากระสอบ หัวหน้ากองหลังแอนโธนี่ฮิทเชนส์พบความสะดวกสบายมากขึ้นในการเปลี่ยนกลับไปเป็น 4-3 ในฤดูกาลที่แล้วและมีการโหม่ง 78 ครั้งในช่วงฤดูกาลปกติ Kim Klement / USA Today Sports Images David ที่มีความสามารถหลากหลายกลายเป็นแกนนำในแทมปาเบย์โดยเล่นที่นั่นตั้งแต่ปี 2012 อดีต All-Pro มีการโหม่ง 117 ครั้งในช่วงฤดูกาลปกติ ดาเมียนวิลสันเป็นกองหลังที่มีความสามารถหลากหลายสำหรับหัวหน้าและกลับมาหลังจากหายไปเนื่องจากอาการบาดเจ็บในช่วงปลายปี 18 จาก 27 LB: Buccaneers (Shaquil Barrett) Jeff Hanisch / USA Today Sports Images Barrett เป็นผู้นำ NFL ด้วย 19.5 กระสอบในฤดูกาลที่แล้ว เขากลับมาที่โลกในปีนี้โดยมีเพียงแปดกระสอบ แต่ก็ยังแสดงให้เห็นว่าเขาเป็นผู้เปลี่ยนเกมหลังจากทำหน้าที่เป็นผู้เล่นบทบาทในเดนเวอร์ Benny Sieu / USA Today Sports Images เดวิสมีการฝ่าวงล้อมในฤดูกาลที่สามด้วยการสกัดกั้นสี่ครั้งแม้ว่าเขาจะถูกเผาในบางครั้งในปี 2020 โดยเฉพาะอย่างยิ่งกับ Tyreek Hill เมื่อต้นปี หัวหน้ามุม Charvarius Ward อยู่ในปีที่สามของเขาและได้รับการรายงานที่มั่นคง Jasen Vinlove / USA Today Sports Images Mathieu อยู่ในรายชื่อตัวเลือกในฐานะหนึ่งในความปลอดภัยที่ดีที่สุดในเกมนี้ด้วยความสามารถในการทำทุกอย่างเพื่อการป้องกันของเขา อองตวนวินฟิลด์จูเนียร์มือใหม่ของบัคส์อาจมีอนาคตที่ใกล้เคียงกันและมีโอกาสที่ดีที่จะได้รับรางวัล Defensive Rookie of the Year หลังจากบันทึกการโหม่ง 94 ครั้งและสามกระสอบในฤดูกาลนี้ Denny Medley / USA Today Sports Images Sorensen ดูเหมือนจะเล่นใหญ่เมื่อใดก็ตามที่หัวหน้าต้องการเช่นเดียวกับที่เขาทำในรอบ Divisional โดยบังคับให้คลำที่เส้นประตูกับ Browns ความปลอดภัยของบัคส์จอร์แดนไวท์เฮดกลายเป็นมืออาชีพที่แข็งแกร่งในด้านขวาของเขาโดยบันทึกการโหม่ง 74 ครั้ง, สองหยิบและสองกระสอบในฤดูกาลนี้ Jay Biggerstaff / USA Today Sports Images Breeland มีความน่าเชื่อถืออย่างยิ่งสำหรับหัวหน้าในการรายงานข่าวและเกมวิ่งและเป็นผู้เริ่มต้น NFL มาตั้งแต่ปี 2014 Jamel Dean มีงานมากขึ้นในช่วงครึ่งหลังของฤดูกาลที่ Tampa Bay บันทึก 62 กระสอบและ เลือกหกในฤดูกาลปกติ Jasen Vinlove / USA Today Sports Images Sneed กลายเป็นอาวุธลับของ KC ในปีนี้สร้างละครใหญ่เมื่อพวกเขาต้องการ เขามีกระสอบในสี่เกมติดต่อกันและยังบันทึกการสกัดกั้นสามครั้งในเกมประจำฤดูกาลเพียงเก้าเกม ฌอนเมอร์ฟี – ตอม่อสร้างความประทับใจให้กับบัคส์ในสองฤดูกาลแรกของเขาแม้ว่าเขาจะไม่ได้สร้างบทละครที่เปลี่ยนเกมมากนัก 24 จาก 27 KR: Chiefs (Hardman / Pringle) Denny Medley / USA Today Sports Images ในขณะที่ Mecole Hardman มีผลงานส่วนใหญ่ในฐานะผู้กลับมาเตะในช่วงต้นปีสำหรับหัวหน้า Byron Pringle ได้เห็นเวลาเพิ่มเติมหลังจากทำทัชดาวน์กับเดนเวอร์ . Jaydon Mickens ปรากฏตัวกับแทมปาในปีนี้ด้วยการกลับมาเตะเจ็ดครั้ง 25 จาก 27 PR: Chiefs (Hardman) Jay Biggerstaff / USA Today Sports Images Hardman มีทัชดาวน์คืนเรือท้องแบนหนึ่งครั้งในปีนี้แม้ว่าเขาจะมีปัญหาในการจัดการบอลเมื่อเร็ว ๆ นี้ด้วยความล้มเหลวในสัปดาห์ที่ 17 และการถ่อใน AFC Championship Jaydon Mickens มีความพยายามในการโต้กลับของ Bucs เพียงห้าครั้งในฤดูกาลนี้ Denny Medley / USA Today Sports Images Butker เป็นที่รู้จักในฐานะนักเตะที่ดีที่สุดคนหนึ่งของ NFL โดยทำประตูได้มากกว่า 90% ในสี่ฤดูกาล Ryan Succop ออกจากปีที่ดีที่สุดปีหนึ่งในอาชีพการงานของเขากับแทมปาโดยทำประตูได้ 28 จาก 31 ครั้ง เขาเปลี่ยนไป 83% สำหรับอาชีพของเขา Denny Medley / USA Today Sports Images Townsend เป็นผลงานที่ดีในฐานะมือใหม่สำหรับ Chiefs แทนที่ Dustin Colquitt นักเตะที่เล่นมานาน เขาเฉลี่ย 45.0 หลาต่อการเตะในฤดูกาลนี้และทำได้ดีในการตรึงคู่ต่อสู้ แบรดลีย์พิเนียนจัดการได้ทั้งลูกเตะและลูกเตะสำหรับบัคส์และเป็นปีที่ดีที่สุดของเขาในฐานะนักเตะในปี 2020 โดยเฉลี่ย 45.2 หลาต่อการตีลูก

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The Super Bowl LV matchup is set between the Kansas City Chiefs and Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The storylines are numerous, led by star quarterbacks Patrick Mahomes and Tom Brady. As we enter the game, these are the biggest names to know.


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Reid is in his 22nd year as a head coach and eighth season with the Chiefs. He finally won his first Super Bowl last year and is considered one of the top offensive masterminds of his era.


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The former head coach of the Arizona Cardinals, Arians left coaching for one year before returning to coach Tampa Bay last season. He’s appearing in his first Super Bowl as a head coach but has won two Super Bowls as an assistant in Pittsburgh.


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Chiefs: Eric Bieniemy, offensive coordinator

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A former running back under Andy Reid, Bieniemy was the Chiefs running backs coach from 2013-2017 before being promoted to offensive coordinator in 2018. He’s been routinely named a top NFL head coaching candidate but has yet to be hired.


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A former first-round pick by the Jacksonville Jaguars at quarterback, Leftwich entered coaching under Arians in Arizona. After serving as the Cardinals offensive coordinator in 2018, he joined Arians in Tampa Bay last year.


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Spagnuolo is known for his dynamic defensive scheme that helped the Giants win two Super Bowls over Tom Brady’s Patriots. He briefly served as the St. Louis Rams head coach from 2009-2011 and took over the Chiefs defense last year.


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Bowles has had stints as Arians’ defensive coordinator both in Arizona and Tampa Bay. Between that time, he was the Jets head coach from 2015-2018. He also has experience coaching under Andy Reid as an assistant for the Eagles in 2012.


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The 10th overall pick in the 2017 draft out of Texas Tech, Mahomes has had an unmatched beginning to his NFL career. He won the NFL MVP in 2018, Super Bowl last year, and is going for his second consecutive Super Bowl win this year. He’s also a regular-season MVP candidate again after going 14-1 as a starter with 4,780 yards passing and 38 touchdowns.


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Buccaneers: Tom Brady, QB

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Considered by many to be the greatest quarterback in NFL history, Brady is set to appear in his 10th Super Bowl and won six of his previous nine appearances. He joined the Bucs this season at age 43 after 20 seasons in New England, throwing for 4,633 yards and 40 touchdowns during the regular season.


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Williams has emerged as the Chiefs primary running back late in the year after injuries to Clyde Edwards-Helaire and Le’Veon Bell. The third-year pro out of LSU had only 39 rush attempts during the regular season while serving as the team’s third-down back, but he had 13 carries in each of KC’s first two playoff games.


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Buccaneers: Ronald Jones, RB

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Jones is having a breakout year in his third NFL season. The running back had 1,143 yards from scrimmage and eight touchdowns in 14 regular-season games. He missed the Wild Card Round due to injury but has 23 carries over the last two playoff victories for the Bucs.


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Chiefs: Clyde Edwards-Helaire, RB

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Edwards-Helaire returned from a high ankle sprain in the AFC Championship after serving as the Chiefs starting running back during the regular season. The first-round rookie was a star at LSU last year and had 1,100 yards from scrimmage in 13 regular-season games this year.


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A former first-round pick by Jacksonville, Fournette was cut before Week 1 and scooped up by Tampa Bay. He had an up and down year for his new team but has performed well in the playoffs with five touchdowns in three games.


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The “Cheetah” has had another outstanding year for the Chiefs, with 87 catches for 1,276 yards and 15 touchdowns during the regular season to be named an All-Pro for the third time in five seasons. Hill made a key play on third-and-long for the Chiefs in last year’s Super Bowl and has consecutive 100-yard games in this year’s playoffs.


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Evans has long been a matchup nightmare for opposing defenses due to his size and speed, posting his seventh consecutive 1,000-yard season in 2020. He’s scored touchdowns in each of Tampa Bay’s last two playoff games.


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Watkins has yet to appear in the playoffs due to a calf injury, though he did come close to playing in the AFC Championship. He’s struggled with injuries this year but made several huge catches for the Chiefs in last year’s playoffs.


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Godwin has regressed slightly after finishing with over 1,300 yards receiving last year, but he still had a strong season with 840 yards and seven touchdowns in 12 regular-season games. He had five catches for 110 yards in the NFC Championship.


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The speedy Hardman serves as Kansas City’s primary punt returner, though he did make a critical error by muffing a punt in the AFC Championship. The speedy wideout is also a key player in the team’s offense.


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Brown was a former superstar wide receiver in Pittsburgh, but off-field troubles have plagued him over the last year. He signed by the Bucs during the season, making 45 catches in eight regular-season games. Brown’s status for the Super Bowl is up in the air after missing the NFC Championship due to a knee injury.


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Kelce had a history 2020 season with 105 catches for 1,416 yards and 11 touchdowns, breaking the all-time receiving yardage record by a tight end in a single season. He’s had over 1,000 yards receiving in five consecutive years and has now scored at least one touchdown in six consecutive games.


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Gronkowski established himself as one of the greatest tight ends ever in New England but retired after the 2018 season. He returned to play with Brady in Tampa Bay this year and finished with 45 catches for 623 yards and seven touchdowns during the regular season.


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Clark was acquired by the Chiefs before last season and played a key role during last year’s playoffs. He had six sacks during the regular season this year and had two sacks in the AFC Championship.


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Pierre-Paul played eight seasons with the Giants before joining the Bucs in 2018. He had 9.5 sacks during the regular season in 2020 and contributed two sacks in the NFC Championship.


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Jones made his second consecutive Pro Bowl this year after recording 7.5 sacks during the regular season. He’s quickly become one of the top interior defenders in the NFL.


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Suh has been in the NFL since 2010 and is now with his fourth team, contributing six sacks during the regular season for Tampa. The intimidating defensive tackle has been named to five Pro Bowls in his career.


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Hitchens has been a key part of the Chiefs defense since he signed as a free agent in 2018. He had 78 tackles during the regular season and had eight tackles in the AFC Championship.


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Buccaneers: Shaquil Barrett, OLB

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Barrett led the NFL with 19.5 sacks last year and recorded eight this season. He had his best game of the year in the NFC Championship with three sacks.


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A former trade acquisition from Dallas, Ward is in his third NFL season and second as a full-time starter for the Chiefs. He contributed seven sacks in the AFC Championship.


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White has become a star defensive player in his second NFL season. The LSU alum had 140 tackles and nine sacks during the regular season and recorded 15 tackles in the NFC Championship.


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Breeland joined the Chiefs last year and could now win his second Super Bowl in two seasons. He had seven tackles in the AFC Championship after leaving with a concussion the previous week.


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David has been with the Bucs since he was drafted in 2012. He recorded 117 tackles during the regular season and has continued to be a key part of the defense in the playoffs.


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Sneed has had a terrific rookie season for the Chiefs after being taken in the fourth round. Remarkably, he’s recorded sacks in four consecutive games, and he also had three interceptions in nine regular-season contests.


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Davis has become a top cornerback in his third NFL season, recording 68 tackles and four interceptions this year. He had seven tackles in the NFC Championship.


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Mathieu has been Kansas City’s defensive leader since he joined the team in 2019. He was an All-Pro in 2020 for the second straight year, recording six interceptions. Mathieu was also drafted by Arians in Arizona back in 2013.


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Buccaneers: Sean Murphy-Bunting, CB

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Murphy-Bunting has had a strong sophomore season in Tampa Bay, with 70 tackles and one pick during the regular season. He’s come on in the playoffs with a pick in each of the Bucs three games.


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Sorensen has been known for making key plays for the Chiefs in the playoffs, including a forced fumble near the goal line against Cleveland in the Divisional Round. He plays a do-everything role for the Chiefs as a nickel corner and safety.


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Winfield had a tremendous rookie season with 94 tackles and three sacks. He missed the NFC Championship due to an ankle injury.


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Butker is known as one of the best kickers in the NFL, and he made 25-of-27 field-goal attempts during the regular season. He has struggled with extra points this year, missing six in the regular season and one in the playoffs.


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Succop is a former seventh-round pick by the Chiefs who played five seasons in KC. He joined the Bucs this year after six seasons in Tennessee and made 28-of-31 field goal attempts during the regular season.