26 de Enero de 2021 a las 08:38
TORONTO. - With victories by the Kansas City Chiefs and Tampa Bay Buccaneers in this past Sunday’s AFC and NFC Championship games, the matchup for Super Bowl LV is set and has narratives abound from all angles. The NFL’s brightest young star, Kansas City quarterback Patrick Mahomes, who spent five days in concussion protocol this week before picking apart the Buffalo defense in a spectacular performance, will look for his second straight Super Bowl. The only thing standing in his way: Tom Brady, the winningest quarterback in NFL history, who will be looking for his seventh championship ring in his 10th Super Bowl.