The 2020 season is just hours away from its end, and for many of us, we’re exactly where we expected to be.
Patrick Mahomes has already established himself as an elite quarterback, and with a 10-year contract under his belt, the Kansas City Chiefs are here to stay. It’s hard to imagine this will be the last time we see the Chiefs in the Super Bowl—especially with Andy Reid still heading that team.
Then, of course, there’s the “Tompa” Bay Buccaneers. It’s certainly not fair to make the Bucs all about Tom Brady, but it is fascinating to see a quarterback make his 10th Super Bowl when the next closest quarterback (John Elway) has just half of that.
Truly, though, the Buccaneers have been the definition of a well-rounded team. Every unit short of special teams is ranked in the top 10 in DVOA. They rank third in points scored and eighth in points allowed.
That all leads me to say this should be fantastic Super Bowl. Two teams who absolutely deserve to be there, and storylines galore.
So if you’re one of the 100+ million people who watch the Super Bowl every year—and chances are pretty good you’re one of them if you’re reading this—here’s how to watch.
Super Bowl 55: Kansas City Chiefs vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Date: February 7, 2021
Kickoff time: 6:30 p.m. ET
Location: Raymond James Stadium—Tampa, FL
Announcers: Jim Nantz, Tony Romo, Tracy Wolfson, Evan Washburn, Jay Feely
Online streaming: Yahoo Sports app, CBSSports.com, CBS Sports app
Odds: Chiefs by 3
Halftime show: The Weeknd
National anthem: Jazmine Sullivan and Eric Church