KC Chiefs vs Bucs in Super Bowl LV – What to Watch: What happens when two clutch quarterbacks play the Super Bowl?
This is the matchup of two of the most clutch quarterbacks in NFL history. Their wins may not be pretty, but they get the job done.
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Tom Brady has made a whole career of this and his three most recent Super Bowl wins are evidence of this. Winning thanks to a Malcolm Butler interception against the Seahawks, being down 28-3 at halftime against the Falcons, and then struggling to move the ball in what was considered one of the most boring Super Bowls to some fans against the Rams. He still came out on top, so do not consider the game over if Brady struggles early.
Do you know what else wasn’t pretty?
Every playoff game win for the Chiefs last year.
The Chiefs were down double-digits at some point in every playoff game last year and managed to win all three of them. Just like against Brady, no team can count the Chiefs out at any time in the game. Mahomes sealed this fact after coming back from being down by 10 in the fourth quarter of the Super Bowl against the No. 1 49ers defense.
These two teams will have to play all four quarters to win this game. Both teams have the ability to make quick comebacks and can do it at any time. The Super Bowl could easily come down to the wire even with a double-digit lead late in the fourth quarter.
Whoever has the ball at the end of the 4th quarter will be the winner with a game-winning drive.