Super Bowl LV

By Sebby Leffew

On the weekend of January 24th there were two NFL playoff games that determined the two teams that will play each other in the Super Bowl.  The Tampa Bay Buccaneers played against the Green Bay Packers in the NFC championship game.  Then in the AFC championship game the Kansas City Chiefs faced off against the Buffalo Bills.  The AFC Championship was played in Kansas City while the NFC Championship was played in Green Bay.

 

The first game this past Sunday was the NFC championship and it was played at 12:05 pacific time.  Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers traveled to Green Bay to face off against Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers.  From personally watching this game I could tell that it was a very good game and both teams competed till the end.  Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers ended up beating Green Bay 31 to 26 and are headed to the Super Bowl.  This will be Tom Brady’s 10th Super Bowl and his first one from the NFC.

 

The second game on Sunday that started at 3:30 pacific time and in the AFC Championship the Buffalo Bills played against the reigning Super Bowl Champions the Kansas City Chiefs at Kansas City.  This was another very good game as Buffalo took an early 9 to 0 lead but the Chiefs quickly came back.  At the end of this hard fought game though the Kansas City Chiefs ended up beating the Bills 38 to 24.  The Kansas City Chiefs are once again AFC Champions and are headed to their second consecutive Super Bowl.

 

So overall Super Bowl LV will be the Tampa Bay Buccaneers against the Kansas City Chiefs.  This game will be played in Tampa Bay Florida and it will be the first time that one of the teams in the Super Bowl is home to the same city of where it is being played.