On Sunday, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers met up with the Green Bay Packers in the NFC championship game. It was a game that involved Tom Brady for the Bucs and Aaron Rodgers for the Packers.
The big man to win on Sunday’s game is Tom Brady, who will be going to another Super Bowl final on February 8, 2021, to face the Kansas City Chiefs, who are currently the defending champions.
The Packers were the favorite team before the game, and the Buccaneers recorded an upset like no other by becoming the first NFL team in history to secure a home-stadium Super Bowl final. It was thanks to the team, and in particular, their main quarterback star, Tom Brady.
The Buccaneers have waited for close to 17 seasons to get a playoff win that sends them to the Super Bowl final. Coach Bruce Arians was super excited, and he went on to say that he couldn’t be any more delighted for the guys since they are going home, and they expect to win come on Super Bowl 55 final.
Tom Brady is a legend of the game as he will be heading to his 10th Super Bowl final in 20 seasons despite him switching teams and conferences. Before making his call to head to Tampa Bay, Brady had won six rings with the New England Patriots, and he will be hoping to get his seventh when they face the Kansas City Chiefs in the final.
The Buccaneers beat the Packers 31-26 to bring about an upset at the Lambeau Field in a game that saw Brady throwing three risky interceptions followed by another three consecutive drives. All these stats came in the second half.
Brady showcased defensive masterpiece skills during the Sunday game to help his team secure a first home win to the Super Bowl final scheduled on February 2021.
Brady said that the win was a great team effort during a one-on-one interview, but he completed 20-of-36 passes for 280 yards and recorded three interceptions and three touchdowns.
He added that the defense came up huge despite playing a little bit sporadically, and he hopes the team can play in the same manner again in a couple of weeks when they meet the Chiefs in the Super Bowl 55 final.
Brady sent out a pass to receiver Mike Evans to create a 15-yard touchdown helping the Buccaneers with five straight third-down conversions. The Packers then counter-attacked with a 50-yard touchdown following a significant pass from Aaron Rodgers to receiver Marquez Valdes-Scantling.
It was a massive game for the two elite quarterbacks, and Brady came up as the winner as the Tampa Bay Buccaneers got the win against Aaron Rodgers, Green Bay Packers.
The Buccaneers didn’t have the easiest ways to get to the NFC championship game since they had to win three road games before the Sunday game, where they triumphed by thrashing the Packers.
Tom Brady, 43, will be looking to add his seventh title on February 8 when they face the defending champions, the Kansas City Chiefs. In football, anything is possible, and the Buccaneers can also record another upset to take the win.
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