Mahomes will lead Chiefs to win Super Bowl LV

Photo Creds to ESPN

Photo Creds to ESPN

Jack Larson, Staff Writer

Led by Patrick Mahomes, The Kansas City Chiefs will overcome the talents of Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, to become back to back NFL champions, on Sunday, February 7th, in Tampa Bay, Florida.

With the game taking place on the Buccaneer’s home field, it will go down as the first super bowl to ever transpire in one of the teams home stadiums. While this may seem like an advantage for Quarterback Tom Brady and the Bucs, things are bound to go wrong.

To state the obvious, the Bucs will have to overcome the talent of  2018 NFL MVP Patrick Mahomes II; and while it may appear that Tampa’s home field advantage could get into his head, the Chiefs are a better all around team.

The Reigning Champ Chiefs are one of the most dominant teams in the league, and are undefeated on the road this season. Their Wide Receiver Tyreek Hill has achieved the likes of 203 yards and 2 touchdowns in a single first quarter, and their Tight End Travis Kelce has had a career year, putting up total of 1,416 receiving yards.

“I believe that the Chiefs will come prepared, and have a better four quarters than the Buccaneers,” said Junior Mikey Loeding,  “The Chiefs have played hard at other stadiums, and I don’t see it being any different.”

Kansas City is a dangerous team. However, it is important not to count out arguably the greatest quarterback ever, Tom Brady. If Brady wins this year, he will acquire his seventh ring in 10 attempts. Brady definitely has the clutch gene, and he is not one to shrivel in the face of adversity, as exemplified by his 2017 Super Bowl win over the Atlanta Falcons, coming back from a 28-3 Falcon Lead at the half.

Brady is undisputedly a weapon for the Buccaneers, but the rest of their team is not to be taken lightly either. Receiver Chris Godwin put up 110 yards last week against the Green Bay Packers, and their running back Leonard Fournette is also a threat, putting up 1,152 rushing yards last year.

Senior Jack Aldihaimawi believes that the Bucs will pull through, and said, “I think that the buccaneers will win because Tom Brady is the G.O.A.T, and an insane football player.”

All in all, the Kansas City Chiefs will win their second in a row, but be sure not to doubt the esteemed quarterback Tom Brady.