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Updated February 10, 2021 at 9:45 AM CT

2022 Super Bowl LVI Odds

1. Kansas City Chiefs (+490)

2. Buffalo Bills (+1100)

3. Green Bay Packers (+1100)

4. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (+1100)

5. Los Angeles Rams (+1200)

6. San Francisco 49ers (+1300)

7. Baltimore Ravens (+1400)

8. New Orleans Saints (+1900)

9. Seattle Seahawks (+2000)

10. Cleveland Browns (+2200)

11. Tennessee Titans (+2700)

12. Miami Dolphins (+2800)

13. Indianapolis Colts (+2900)

14. Los Angeles Chargers (+3100)

15. Pittsburgh Steelers (+3100)

16. Dallas Cowboys (+3300)

17. New England Patriots (+3700)

18. Arizona Cardinals (+4100)

19. Minnesota Vikings (+4400)

20. Atlanta Falcons (+5000)

21. Carolina Panthers (+5000)

22. Las Vegas Raiders (+5000)

23. Philadelphia Eagles (+5000)

24. Chicago Bears (+6000)

25. New York Jets (+6500)

26. Houston Texans (+7000)

27. New York Giants (+7000)

28. Cincinnati Bengals (+8000)

29. Denver Broncos (+8000)

30. Jacksonville Jaguars (+8000)

31. Washington Football Team (+8000)

32. Detroit Lions (+12000)

Per FanDuelSports


February 8, 2021

Champa Bay wins Super Bowl LV

Tampa Bay 31, Kansas City 9

When: 6:30 PM ET, Sunday, February 7, 2021

Where: Raymond James Stadium, Tampa, Florida

Temperature: 63° 

Head Official: Carl Cheffers

Attendance: 24835

     Tom Brady, appearing in his 10th Super Bowl, claimed his seventh Super Bowl ring Sunday, passing for 201 yards and three touchdowns as the Tampa Bay Buccaneers shut-down the Kansas City Chiefs, 31-9 in Tampa, Fla.

Brady fired three first-half touchdowns and lead the Buccaneers to a 21-6 halftime lead.

Rob Gronkowski grabbed two touchdowns, padding the postseason record for scoring connections from Brady to 14. Gronkowski had six grabs for 67 yards.

A 27-yard TD run in the third quarter by Leonard Fournette, who recorded 89 yards on 16 touches, made it 28-9. That TD helped ice the outcome as the Bucs constantly pressured the Chiefs’ Patrick Mahomes, who suffered his worst NFL defeat.

Kansas City settled for three field goals by Harrison Butker.

Mahomes finished just 26 of 49 for 270 yards. He had two interceptions, a pick by Antoine Winfield that led to a third-quarter Tampa Bay field goal and the second with a minute remaining by Devin White.

The 43-year-old Brady, who won six Super Bowl championships with the Patriots, added to his  legacy by engineering the Bucs to a title in his first season in the NFC South. He received his fifth Super Bowl MVP award, adding to his own record.

Like the Cowboys, the Chiefs were playing behind a patchwork line missing two starting tackles, Mahomes was visibly slowed by a lingering turf toe he injured in the divisional round. He is scheduled to have surgery soon. He scrambled for 33 yards. Travis Kelce led the Chiefs with 10 receptions for 133 yards. 

The refs got involved way too much. They had to. There we some obvious penalities that they had to throw the flag. They were that obvious. Like lining up offsides by a full yard on a punt. The Chiefs committed 11 penalties, eight in the first half.

Bucs defensive coordinator Todd Bowles called a masterful game that had Patrick Mahomes scrambling for his life. They gave the Chiefs no deep shots. Bowles dropped safeties deep to negate Tyreek Hill‘s speed and funnel everything underneath. 

The Bucs were ready for Andy Reid’s counter - the screen. LB Devin White was playing like his hair was on fire. Lavonte David helped smother Travis Kelce. Blanketing the field deep, not allowing a completion of 20-plus air yards to an offense that feasts off such plays, the Bucs controlled the game. The most dominant aspect of the game came from Tampa’s defensive front, which mandhandled an injured Chiefs O-line. 

Tampa destroyed backup Chiefs offensive tackles with Shaquil Barrett constantly in Mahomes’ face. The Bucs pressured Mahomes on 32.7% of his snaps while only blitzing on five snaps, per Next Gen Stats. The Bucs held Mahomes to 114 yards through three quarters and kept the Chiefs out of the end zone, earning two INTs of the star QB. It was as thorough a beating as Mahomes has experienced, and the first double-digit loss of his NFL career.

SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, California, is scheduled to host Super Bowl LVI in February 2022.

Tom Brady’s Super Bowl records

- Games won: Brady has now won seven Super Bowls. Former 49ers and Cowboys linebacker Charles Haley is the only other player with five Super Bowl rings.

- Super Bowl MVPs: Brady won his fifth MVP at Super Bowl LV. No one else even has four, and the only other player with three Super Bowl MVPs is Joe Montana. Bart Starr, Terry Bradshaw and Eli Manning each won two Super Bowl MVPs, and no one else has more than one.

- Oldest player in a Super Bowl: At age 43, Brady became the oldest player ever to play in a Super Bowl at Super Bowl LV. The previous oldest was Colts kicker Matt Stover, who had just turned 42 when he played in Super Bowl XLIV.

- Pass attempts: Brady has thrown 421 passes in Super Bowls. Peyton Manning has thrown the second-most, with 155.

- Pass attempts in one game: Brady threw a Super Bowl-record 62 passes in the Patriots’ overtime win over the Falcons in Super Bowl LI.

- Completions: Brady has completed 277 passes in Super Bowls. Peyton Manning has the next most, with 103 completions.

- Completions in one game: Brady has the record with 43 completions against the Falcons. He also has the second-most completions in any Super Bowl, with 37 against the Seahawks in Super Bowl XLIX.

- Consecutive completions: Brady completed 16 straight passes against the Giants in Super Bowl XLVI, a Super Bowl record.

- Passing yards: Brady has thrown for 3,039 yards in Super Bowls, by far the most ever. Kurt Warner has thrown for the second-most yards in Super Bowls, with 1,156.

- Yards gained in one game: Brady owns the single-game record with 505 passing yards in Super Bowl LII against the Eagles. He also has the second-most in a game, throwing for 466 yards in Super Bowl LI against the Falcons.

- Touchdown passes: Brady owns the record with 21 touchdown passes in Super Bowls. Joe Montana is next, with 11.

- Most attempts without an interception: Brady threw 48 passes against both the Giants in Super Bowl XLII and the Eagles in Super Bowl LII without an interception. That’s the most passes without an interception in Super Bowl history.

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