SUPER BOWL LV
How many Super Bowls have the Buccaneers played and won?
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have a date lined up with the Kansas City Chiefs to decide who wins Super Bowl LV, and plenty of experience in the precise hands of Tom Brady.
“Yeeeeeah Super Bowl here we come!” That was the immediate cry on social media from Tom Brady’s wife Gisele Bündchen. The NFL legend is now lining up for Tampa Bay Buccaneers and has helped them to an incredible season finale at the Raymond James Stadium on 7 February 2021.
Brady and the Buccaneers in the Super Bowl
The 43-year old quarterback has plenty of experience when it comes to Conference playoffs and Super Bowls. The upcoming clash against the Kansas City Chiefs will be his tenth appearance in the main event as he shone in a talented New England Patriots side. And of those previous nine games, Brady has been part of the winning team on six occasions stretching from 2001 to 2018, giving him more rings than any other player in NFL history. He also grabbed the MVP in four of those!
His new team from Tampa decided to throw some serious cash in his direction to tempt his own well-placed throws away from the serial-winning Patriots. And it is paying immediate dividends. While Brady has a wealth of experience going into this game, the Bucs have considerably less, although the talent across the roster is certainly clear.
Bucs one for one in Super Bowl
This will be only the Bucs’ second appearance in the Super Bowl but they can claim to have a 100% record thus far. Their win in 2002 against the Oakland Raiders handed them the Vince Lombardi Trophy and they will be hoping that the Brady magic can boost them to another victory against the current holders.
Winning the NFC Championship Final over the Green Bay Packers was special - especially having not been in the playoffs for 13 years - but we are now counting down the days until Brady, along with Evans, Godwin, Brate and Howard and the rest, take to their home field in Tampa striving for the main prize. As the first team ever to be playing the Super Bowl on their home turf, many feel like their name may already be etched on the trophy.