Powered by 201 yards from Tom Brady, and a total team offensive output of 340 yards, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers demolished the Kansas City Chiefs in a laughable 31-9 Super Bowl victory, Sunday, Feb. 7, 2021 in Raymond James Stadium in Tampa Bay. The Buccaneers rushing game contributed to this win with 145 yards and one rushing touchdown, to support a 201 yards, three touchdowns effort by Tom Brady.
Brady contributed to this win by completing 21 of 29 passes, finishing the game with 201 yards, no interceptions, three touchdowns and a QB rating of 125.80.
The ground game for the Buccaneers saw Leonard Fournette carrying the football 16 times, and Ronald Jones helping with rushing the ball 12 times. The two rushers produced 89 yards and 61 yards respectively in a winning effort. The passing game for the Buccaneers had Brady tossing the football to Antonio Brown and Mike Evans as his most productive targets. Brown caught five passes for a net gain of 22 yards. The secondary target (Evans) caught one pass for a net contribution of 31 yards.
Contributing to the victory was a defensive line stats of three sacks , one forced fumble, five tackles for loss, and no defensive touchdowns for the Buccaneers.
For the losing team, Patrick Mahomes finished the game completing 26 of 49 passes to lead the way for the Chiefs. This performance by Mahomes led to a QB rating of 52.20, and game stats of 270 yards, two interceptions and zero touchdowns.
The rushing game for the Chiefs was led by Clyde Edwards-Helaire and Darrel Williams. For the game, Edwards-Helaire rushed for 64 yards from carrying the football nine times. Meanwhile Williams carried the ball 2 times for a total of five yards. For the passing game, the top receivers for the Chiefs included Sammy Watkins and Tyreek Hill. Watkins caught one pass for a total of 13 yards, while Hill contributed with 73 yards from seven passes.
Although their team lost the game, the Chiefs defense ended the game with one sack, and three tackles for loss, to go along with zero forced fumbles.
It is celebration time for the Buccaneers and their fans, after winning Super Bowl 55.