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The 2021 NFL offseason is here. It’s time to preview both free agency and the draft, and what to expect in these weird times.The Super Bowl is behind us. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are champions, and deserved ones.Now, we head into the offseason, with 32 clubs back in play. Thirty-two clubs believing that next year, they can enjoy the Bucs’ current reality.Of course, we know those dreams are fiction for some, right? Not really.After all, who at this time believed the Buccaneers would be holding the Lombardi Trophy? Few saw Tom Brady headed to Tampa Bay. Even fewer believed he could turn a listless franchise into champs. Yet here we are.The year prior, nobody saw the San Francisco 49ers as likely to go from No. 2 overall pick to NFC champions. Yet, Kyle Shanahan’s team was seven minutes away from the franchise’s sixth ring.The point? Even the biggest dreamers — and some dreams are more grandiose than others — have a chance of realizing them.Moving into the offseason, we have a litany of storylines and subplots to monitor. Here are 10 quick-hitters which will dominate the next few months.– How does the Deshaun Watson saga end?Whether OTAs are virtual or in-person (more on that below), Watson skipping them would only create more drama. The same, obviously, holds true for minicamps and training camp. Of course, if the Houston Texans are going to trade him, doing it before the draft would be wise. Then again, this is the Texans.If Watson is dealt away, it appears the Miami Dolphins, New York Jets, Denver Broncos and San Francisco 49ers are all worth monitoring.– Who cashes in quickly during free agency’s first few days?The salary cap is falling almost $20 million, which means free agency dollars are in short supply. Talking to multiple league sources, the expectation is stars will get paid, but that second-tier will be squeezed significantly. Expect a ton of one-year deals and incentive-laden contracts for very good players.Unlike past years where free agency essentially began at Prime 47 during the Scouting Combine, conversations have been going strong since the Senior Bowl. Look for pacts to come together quickly for big-ticket players, and then money to dry up.– Less player movementBuilding off the above topic, agents will likely encourage mid-level clients to take short-term deals before they hit free agency. Again, with the lack of money around the league, non-stars would be wise to ensure themselves of a decent deal. If they go to market and nothing materializes, they could be waiting until summer for a job.– Extension talks between Lamar Jackson, RavensI’ve written extensively about this subject in this space before, so I’ll be quick. Talking to multiple league sources, there’s an expectation Jackson and Baltimore get a long-term, lucrative extension done. Those same sources also believe it’s a very risky proposition for the Ravens.Jackson is a hard worker, has impeccable character and is an MVP at 24 years old. However, he also has one playoff win and there are questions about his passing acumen. Should be a fascinating negotiation as he becomes eligible for an extension.– COVID is here, but relief appears on the wayVaccines are being distributed and therefore, we have real hope of a normal 2021 regular season. The looming question, though, is whether anything prior to training camp is in-person or once again sponsored by Zoom.Many teams felt not much was lost by going virtual, but others would far prefer to have live OTAs and minicamps, especially those with new coaching staffs. It’ll be interesting to see where the country is come April, May and June.– Receivers, quarterbacks and corners will rule the first roundThere’s a real chance more than half of the 2021 Draft’s top 20 choices will be comprised of receivers, signal-callers and cornerbacks.The league’s most glamorous position will see Trevor Lawrence, Mac Jones, Justin Fields, Zach Wilson and Trey Lance come off the board. The pass-catchers are fantastic as well, led by DeVonta Smith, Ja’Marr Chase and Jaylon Waddle. At corner, Patrick Surtain Jr. and Virginia Tech’s Caleb Farley are likely top-10 selections.– The draft will have an outsized importance in 2021With the aforementioned problems plaguing free agency, teams are far more likely to see their fortunes rise and fall with their rookie classes than a splurge on the open market. If we see worst-to-first stories, it’ll be because a front office found three or four key contributors in the draft, and not from spending $200 million on veteran upgrades.– Dak Prescott and the Cowboys have another round in themEveryone is talking about the quarterback situation across the state, but let’s not forget about Prescott and the Dallas Cowboys. After being tagged last summer, it seems we’re headed that way once more, barring a quick reversal. Owner Jerry Jones will be paying Prescott more than $37 million on the tag, severely hampering any other moves Dallas can make.If, however, the Cowboys can sign Prescott before free agency begins, it would open up ample possibilities to bolster the defense. Dallas fans should be hoping the two sides mercifully find common ground.– How do Packers help Aaron Rodgers over the NFC title game hump?This will be the question dogging Titletown all offseason. After doing ver little to upgrade around Rodgers last winter, the Packers repeated their 13-3 regular season before faltering one step shy of the Super Bowl. General manager Brian Gutekunst doesn’t have much in the way of free-agency dollars, but will he be aggressive in the draft?Green Bay can’t afford to waste any time with Rodgers, who played to an MVP level in 2020 but is also 37 years old. Gutekunst should prioritize receivers and corners.– Do the Chiefs make big moves in the wake of their big loss?Kansas City currently sits $23 million over the cap, but with a few base-to-bonus conversions and an extension for Tyrann Mathieu, the Chiefs would be relatively flush with cash. After losing the Super Bowl, will general manager Brett Veach continue his annual tradition of taking big swings, ro does he make a few modest moves and add a draft class?The Chiefs are the Super Bowl LVI favorite, but that doesn’t mean Veach and Co. won’t try to remake certain portions of the roster.Power rankingsTop 10 potential cap casualties to watch (savings)1. Derek Barnett – EDGE – Philadelphia Eagles ($10M)2. Trai Turner – G – Los Angeles Chargers ($11.5M)3. Eric Fisher – OT – Kansas City Chiefs ($12M)4. Geno Atkins – DT – Cincinnati Bengals ($9.5M)5. Kwon Alexander – LB – New Orleans Saints ($13.1M)6. Lamarcus Joyner – S – Las Vegas Raiders ($8.7M)7. Jimmy Graham – TE – Chicago Bears ($7M)8. Christian Kirksey – LB – Green Bay Packers ($5.6M)9. Eric Ebron – TE – Pittsburgh Steelers ($6M)10. Ricardo Allen – S – Atlanta Falcons ($6.3M)QuotableFree agents!! If y’all are thinking about coming to the Colts and play defense just know that we don’t want you if you don’t play hard, run to the ball, make plays or not willing to sacrifice yourself for ya teammate to make the play! Don’t care how big or little ya name is!— Darius Leonard (@dsleon45) February 13, 2021The Indianapolis Colts have the second-most cap space in the NFL behind the Jacksonville Jaguars. Still, star linebacker Darius Leonard is setting the tone, letting both his own team and prospective signees know it’s about attitude, not Q rating. Love it.PodcastRandom statWith their win in Super Bowl LV, the Buccaneers became the 14th NFL franchise to win multiple Super Bowls.The Detroit Lions, Jacksonville Jaguars, Houston Texans and Cleveland Browns are the only teams still to never appear.Info learned this week1. J.J. Watt kicks off one of the more intriguing free agency periods everEven J.J. Watt had enough of Houston.Only 13 months ago, the Texans led the Chiefs 24-0 in the second quarter of the AFC Divisionals. They proceeded to be outscored 51-7, then two months later traded All-Pro receiver DeAndre Hopkins for a second-round pick and broken-down running back David Johnson. In October, head coach Bill O’Brien was fired following an 0-4 start. At season’s end, quarterback Deshaun Watson began an aggressive campaign to be traded.Finally, on Friday, Watt took to social media, telling the football world he requested, and was granted, his release.Watt, 32, is no longer the game-wrecking force of his prime. Since 2016, Watt has only played more than eight games in a season twice, and reached just a single Pro Bowl. He’s still effective when healthy — he has 25.5 sacks in 48 games during said stretch — so the market will be warm for his services.Of course, this is a different market. With the salary cap expected to drop roughly $18 million due to COVID-19, Watt is looking at a few teams with cap space instead of a majority.The most popular destinations for him are Pittsburgh and Green Bay, because of family ties and hometown roots, respectively. However, both are well above the threshold and have ample free agents of their own.Watt will have many suitors, and perhaps Pittsburgh and Green Bay will find their way into the mix. But unlike past years where Watt’s arrival on the open market would have meant a feeding frenzy, this winter will bring tempered enthusiasm.2. Urban Meyer’s off to rough start in JacksonvilleChris Doyle’s hiring was announced by the Jaguars on Thursday. He resigned Friday night.Meyer, who many wondered aloud about upon his NFL ascension, made his first significantly mistake last week. Meyer brought in Doyle as a director of sports performance, who allegedly made racist remarks while at the University Iowa as a strength and conditioning coach.In a joint statement with general manager Trent Baalke, Meyer apologized, saying he “should have given greater consideration to how his appointment may have affected all involved.”Yeah, no kidding.Meyer is about to learn this isn’t Ohio State or Florida. He can’t unilaterally make decisions anymore. In Columbus and Gainesville, Meyer wielded unchecked authority as most college deities do. In Jacksonville, Meyer has to answer to owners, players and the league.Bringing on Doyle and his checkered past was a short-sighted move by a coach used to getting his way without blowback. Welcome to the NFL.3. The longer Wentz isn’t dealt, the more we learnCarson Wentz is still a member of the Eagles. It’s telling at this juncture.Philadelphia knows it can’t go back. Wentz will be traded, and the Eagles will roll with Jalen Hurts as their quarterback in 2021, pairing him with first-year and first-time head coach Nick Sirianni.However, it was more than a week ago when Wentz seemed minutes from being dealt. The Colts and Chicago Bears were the two teams most linked to the 28-year-old. Yet here we are, and nobody has made the move.Reports are scattershot on the asking price, but here’s the reality: the Eagles’ asking price is too high. Whatever general manager Howie Roseman wants, it’s something no club is willing to offer. If Roseman was simply choosing between two deals he loved, Wentz would have been sent packing days ago.Philadelphia needs to move on and forward. Trading Wentz for a Matthew Stafford package isn’t happening. The Los Angeles Rams surrendered three top-100 picks and Jared Goff, including a pair of first-rounders. If the Eagles get a single first-round pick for Wentz it would represent an upset. Frankly, they should be thrilled for a pair of Day 2 selections.Roseman and the Eagles are holding out, waiting for more. Each second that goes by suggests they’ll eventually have to accept reality and cut bait.4. Russell Wilson asking for help is causing problems with SeahawksRussell Wilson made his feelings known. Now it’s incumbent upon the Seattle Seahawks to listen.Wilson went on The Dan Patrick Show and aired grievances towards his team, suggesting he needs more input and insinuating the offensive line is subpar. Reportedly, Seattle isn’t happy with its star quarterback going public, causing what a source told Patrick is an “unsustainable situation.”Unlike Houston, Seattle is a stable organization. General manager John Schneider and head coach Pete Carroll are one of the sturdier power couples in the league. Wilson has spent his entire career with them. The future Hall of Famer is surrounded by explosive weapons in D.K. Metcalf and Tyler Lockett, along with a supporting cast good enough for an NFC West title and a 12-4 mark.Still, Wilson isn’t wrong. The offensive line has been poor for years, consistently putting him atop the sacks taken leaders. Seattle has done a poor job investing in its front, something of increasing importance to a 32-year-old who increasingly needs to avoid big hits.There’s reason to believe the Seahawks and Wilson will get on the same page with increased communication about important decisions. But it’s a situation worth monitoring in the coming weeks.5. Steelers’ long offseason begins with Pouncey’s farewellPittsburgh probably has one year left with Ben Roethlisberger before retirement hits. For the two-time champion, he’ll have to potentially endure his swan song without longtime center Maurkice Pouncey.Pouncey, 31, is a nine-time Pro Bowler and two-time First-Team All-Pro. There’s a solid chance he walks into Canton in the decade ahead, much like former Steelers centers Dermontti Dawson and Mike Webster. For years, Pouncey was the man in Pittsburgh’s pivot, anchoring one of the league’s best lines with guards David DeCastro and Ramon Foster on his flank. No more.Roethlisberger was never a runner, but he was mobile within the pocket for more than a decade. Those days are long gone. With Pouncey gone and left tackle Alejandro Villanueva hitting free agency, Pittsburgh’s quarterback will have much adjusting to do. The biggest change being the man snapping him the ball.Gambler’s gameLast gambler’s game until training camp, because otherwise we’re simply spinning wheels!Until then, here’s a futures bet for you to consider. Rumors are swirling about Watson and where he lands, as aforementioned. Denver and Miami, currently at 40/1 and 12/1 respectively, are intriguing bets for the AFC championship if Watson is in town. Perhaps a small bet that could cash nicely.Two centsKeep an eye on the Washington Football Team this offseason.Reports linked Washington to talks with the Lions over Matthew Stafford, and it makes sense. Alex Smith is 37 years old and while heroic, also replaceable. Taylor Heinicke is a great backup option, but he’s not a long-term answer either.If Washington can make a move for one of the “other” first-round quarterbacks in the draft — think Justin Fields (Ohio State), Trey Lance (North Dakota State) or Alabama’s Mac Jones, it would make sense. With the NFC East representing the most-winnable division and head coach Ron Rivera looking to defend and improve, the Football Team is a player to make a big splash.Inside the leagueI’ll have a feature coming on the future of the Pro Football Hall of Fame this week, and here’s a fun nugget from the story.A few weeks ago, the 49 voters came together to finalize the 2021 class. Peyton Manning was presented by Colts beat writer Mike Chappell. The presentation lasted seven seconds, and only because Chappell had a technical issue which ate up a few seconds.Suffice to say, Manning was one of the easiest “conversations” in Hall history.History lessonSince 2000, there have been 56 quarterbacks taken in the first round. Only five teams have not taken a single one, including the New England Patriots, Seattle Seahawks, Indianapolis Colts, Dallas Cowboys and New Orleans Saints.Stands to reason a few of those teams might break their respective streaks come April.The longest draught belongs to the Saints, who haven’t used a first-round choice on a quarterback since selecting Archie Manning in 1971 at No. 1 overall.Parting shotTerez Paylor died on Tuesday morning. He was 37 years old. So much ahead, so much lost.Paylor, a Senior NFL writer for Yahoo Sports, was the rarest of things among sportswriters. He was genuinely happy. The loss of him is the extinguishing of a shining light in an all-too-often dim profession.Since becoming an NFL reporter — converting from an editor — two years ago, I began traveling to Mobile, Ala. for the Senior Bowl, the Super Bowl and the Scouting Combine. At the latter two events, I would always see Paylor, who had become a friend over the years. The kind of friend who you go without seeing for months, and within pleasantries, feel like you saw an hour ago.Yes, I’ll miss his columns. I’ll miss his insight and podcasts. All of it was first-rate, just like Terez.But what I’ll miss most is the human being.One would imagine this profession to be filled with people so thankful, so thrilled to be among the few who get paid to watch and write about football. It’s a privilege to never have to actually work. Yet most are the definition of miserable, wrought with anxiety about getting beat on a scoop, constantly believing someone is plotting against them.Terez was never that guy. He was the opposite, despite being one of the best at what he did. In his mid-30s, he was a Hall of Fame voter and national writer with a real voice and sourcing to compliment it. He was going to be the next great NFL scribe, if he wasn’t already.Losing Terez is a hammer to the heart, immeasurable in both future scope and sadness.Rest easy, Terez. You’ll be dearly missed by so many.
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The sports world makes for a beautiful palette but individual images can get lost in the constant shuffle. Here are the best Getty Images sports photos from this week.Photo by Mike Ehrmann/Getty ImagesTom Brady and Rob Gronkowski of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers celebrate winning Super Bowl LV against the Kansas City Chiefs at Raymond James Stadium on Feb. 7, 2021, in Tampa, Florida.I remember shooting The Match: Champions for Charity golf tournament with Tom Brady right after he had signed with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and I was already excited. It was incredible watching the team grow from training camp all the way through the season, despite the skepticism around Brady’s capabilities with a new team. When the Buccaneers beat the Green Bay Packers on the road to be the first team to host a Super Bowl in their home stadium, I knew it was going to be different from any other Super Bowl or game I’ve covered. Traditionally, Getty Images would have a team of 10-11 photographers shooting the game, but this year we could only have three due to COVID-19 protocols. We worked really hard to communicate to make sure we could cover as much of the game as possible with limited numbers and mobility. In the end, our hard work paid off. This image captures the result of the journey Brady and Rob Gronkowski went on together this season, which you could tell was pure joy. They worked hard all season and really believed in each other, so to watch that come to fruition was an incredible, unforgettable moment for me.— Mike EhrmannPhoto by Tom Pennington/Getty ImagesAnri Kawamura of Japan takes a training run for the Women’s Moguls during the 2021 Intermountain Healthcare Freestyle International Ski World Cup at Deer Valley Resort on Feb. 2, 2021, in Park City, Utah.I made this image of Anri Kawamura of Japan during training for the Women’s Moguls at the Freestyle International Ski World Cup at Deer Valley Resort. The mogul course at Deer Valley consists of a 28-degree slope that runs close to 900-feet downhill and has two kicker jumps where athletes must perform aerial tricks while racing through the moguls. For the shot of Anri, I positioned a remote camera under the downhill side of the second kicker jump. I fired the camera as Anri skied off the jump to capture her twisting through the air. By combining the unique camera angle with the pattern of the clouds, blue sky and dynamic body position, I was able to capture an eye-catching moment that highlights what these athletes can do.— Tom PenningtonPhoto by Bruce Bennett/Getty ImagesChris Kreider of the New York Rangers falls over Tuukka Rask of the Boston Bruins during the third period at Madison Square Garden on Feb. 10, 2021, in New York City.From my position at the far end of the ice, about 190-feet away, I have a fairly head-on view of the hockey net and goaltender at the other end of the ice. Of course, the question always is exactly when to pull the trigger as you could have ten bodies floating in front of the goaltender at any microsecond of time. And the fact is that even with shooting at twelve frames a second, this may not save you as your autofocus can pop out and grab another player if you’re not careful. In this case, a clear pipe to the other end opened, and Chris Kreider of the New York Rangers obliged by somewhat slowly tumbling over Tuukka Rask of the Boston Bruins. This provided me with a nice sequence of six images to choose from, from this action-packed moment.— Bruce BennettPhoto by Kevin C. Cox/Getty ImagesRob Gronkowski of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers spikes the ball after scoring a 17-yard touchdown in the second quarter against the Kansas City Chiefs in Super Bowl LV at Raymond James Stadium on Feb. 7, 2021, in Tampa, Florida. (Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images)Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty ImagesTyrann Mathieu #32 of the Kansas City Chiefs reacts after a penalty call in the second quarter against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in Super Bowl LV at Raymond James Stadium on Feb. 7, 2021, in Tampa, Florida. (Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images)Photo by Mike Ehrmann/Getty ImagesLine judge Sarah Thomas signals during the third quarter in Super Bowl LV between the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the Kansas City Chiefs at Raymond James Stadium on Feb. 7, 2021, in Tampa, Florida. (Photo by Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images)Photo by Ezra Shaw/Getty ImagesJuan Toscano-Anderson of the Golden State Warriors tries to pass the ball around Daniel Theis of the Boston Celtics at Chase Center on Feb. 2, 2021, in San Francisco, California. (Photo by Ezra Shaw/Getty Images)Photo by Tim Nwachukwu/Getty ImagesBruce Brown of the Brooklyn Nets recovers a loose ball during the second quarter against the Philadelphia 76ers at Wells Fargo Center on Feb. 6, 2021, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. (Photo by Tim Nwachukwu/Getty Images)Photo by Joe Murphy/Getty ImagesBrandon Suggs of the East Carolina Pirates drives to the basket for a layup against Landers Nolley II of the Memphis Tigers during a game on Feb. 6, 2021, at FedExForum in Memphis, Tennessee. Memphis defeated East Carolina 66-59. (Photo by Joe Murphy/Getty Images)Photo by Ronald Martinez/Getty ImagesCalvin de Haan of the Chicago Blackhawks skates the puck against the Dallas Stars in the third period at American Airlines Center on Feb. 7, 2021, in Dallas, Texas. (Photo by Ronald Martinez/Getty Images)Photo by Abbie Parr/Getty ImageSteve Stricker of the United States walks the 10th hole with his caddie, Nikki Stricker, during the second round of the Waste Management Phoenix Open at TPC Scottsdale on Feb. 5, 2021, in Scottsdale, Arizona. (Photo by Abbie Parr/Getty Images)Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty ImagesJason Day of Australia plays a tee shot on the 18th hole during the second round of the Waste Management Phoenix Open at TPC Scottsdale on Feb. 5, 2021, in Scottsdale, Arizona. (Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images)Photo by Clive Brunskill/Getty ImagesDanny Andrew of Fleetwood Town celebrates with teammates after scoring their team’s third goal during the Sky Bet League One match between Fleetwood Town and Doncaster Rovers at Highbury Stadium on Feb. 9, 2021, in Fleetwood, England. Sporting stadiums around the UK remain under strict restrictions due to the Coronavirus Pandemic as Government social distancing laws prohibit fans inside venues resulting in games being played behind closed doors. (Photo by Clive Brunskill/Getty Images)Photo by Mike Hewitt/Getty ImagesAileen Whelan of Brighton & Hove Albion celebrates with teammates after scoring their side’s first goal during the Barclays FA Women’s Super League match between Chelsea Women and Brighton & Hove Albion Women at Kingsmeadow on Feb. 7, 2021, in Kingston upon Thames, England. Sporting stadiums around the UK remain under strict restrictions due to the Coronavirus Pandemic as Government social distancing laws prohibit fans inside venues resulting in games being played behind closed doors. (Photo by Mike Hewitt/Getty Images)Photo by Hector Vivas/Getty ImagesAerial view of Teodoro Mariscal Stadium prior to the game between Mexico and Panama as part of Serie del Caribe 2021 at Teodoro Mariscal Stadium on Feb. 3, 2021, in Mazatlan, Mexico. (Photo by Hector Vivas/Getty Images)Photo by Manuel Velasquez/Getty ImagesGil Alcalá of Querétaro celebrates the third scored goal by Kevin Ramírez (not in frame) during a match between Queretaro and Pachuca as part of Torneo Guard1anes 2021 Liga MX at La Corregidora Stadium on Feb. 4, 2021, in Queretaro, Mexico. (Photo by Manuel Velasquez/Getty Images)Photo by Jack Thomas/Getty ImagesSerena Williams of The United States of America plays a forehand in her Women’s Singles quarterfinals match against Danielle Collins of The United States of America during day six of the WTA 500 Yarra Valley Classic at Melbourne Park on Feb. 5, 2021, in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Jack Thomas/Getty Images)Photo by Cameron Spencer/Getty ImagesCoco Gauff of the United States plays a backhand in her Women’s Singles second-round match against Elina Svitolina of Ukraine during day four of the 2021 Australian Open at Melbourne Park on Feb. 11, 2021, in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Cameron Spencer/Getty Images)Photo by Andy Cheung/Getty ImagesRafael Nadal of Spain replaces his bandana between sets in his Men’s Singles second-round match against Michael Mmoh of the United States during day four of the 2021 Australian Open at Melbourne Park on Feb. 11, 2021, in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Andy Cheung/Getty Images)Photo by Alexander Hassenstein/Getty ImagesVincent Kriechmayr of Austria makes the last jump as he competes in the Men’s Super G during the FIS World Ski Championships Men’s Super Giant Slalom on Feb. 11, 2021, in Cortina d’Ampezzo, Italy. (Photo by Alexander Hassenstein/Getty Images)Photo by Gregory Shamus/Getty ImagesDanielle Scott of Australia during a training run for the Woman’s Aerial Finals during the 2021 Intermountain Healthcare Freestyle International Ski World Cup at Deer Valley Resort on Feb. 6, 2021, in Park City, Utah. (Photo by Gregory Shamus/Getty Images)
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Well, Tom Brady is getting all the accolades for winning another Super Bowl, but the real winner was Bucs running back LeSean McCoy, who has now won back-to-back Super Bowl titles – without playing a single down.
Work smarter, not harder. And now that’s all done and dusted, we can move on to the actual biggest event NFL calendar – the draft. Until then, here are the final rankings for this season.
1. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (15-5)
Last ranking: 7 (Week 17)
A massive jump for Bruce Arians’ team, matching their massive accomplishments on the field. Winning seven straight games, three straight away playoff games and taking down quarterbacks like Drew Brees, Aaron Rodgers and Patrick Mahomes on the way puts this lot on top. And don’t snooze either as a lot of the pieces from this year will be in place when they look to repeat.
Based on form, who’d bet against them?
2. Kansas City Chiefs (16-3)
Last ranking: 1
Nothing like throwing up a stinker at the big dance to ruin your offseason break. The Chiefs’ implosion in the Super Bowl brought back memories of the 2020 Penrith Panthers. They were the team all year, except when the lights were brightest. And for all the expectation of a Michael Jordan versus LeBron James, Muhammad Ali versus Mike Tyson inter-generational battle between Tom Brady and Mahomes, it ended up more like Mr Miyagi giving Daniel-san an absolute belting.
Don’t be fooled though, Mahomes played incredibly well.
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3. Buffalo Bills (15-4)
Last ranking: 2
A heck of a season for Buffalo brought a real feel-good factor for their fans and league observers alike. Attention will now turn to trying to go a step further and make it to the next Super Bowl. There’s just the small matter of the now disgruntled Chiefs to go through.
4. Green Bay Packers (14-4)
Last ranking: 3
Aaron Rodgers looked pretty grim in the immediate aftermath of losing the NFC championship game. Almost as grim as their defensive coordinator Mike Pettine, who was given the boot because of the loss. Plenty of heat went on coach Matt LeFleur for taking a field goal in the red zone, but really Rodgers was the guy who lost his nerve by not running for a touchdown the play earlier.
Anyways, Rodgers’ situation in Green Bay is one that a lot of people are keeping an eye on.
5. New Orleans Saints (13-5)
Last ranking: 4
Even a few weeks on, we are not really much closer to knowing if Drew Brees will retire or not. Nothing has been confirmed, so the Saints are a little in limbo as they head into an offseason where they are projected to be nearly $80 million over the salary cap. Apparently, Brees has agreed to take a pay cut which indicates he will retire, but frankly I don’t know how that all works.
We’ll just wait and see.
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6. Los Angeles Rams (11-7)
Last ranking: 13
They pulled off a good win against their arch-nemesis Seahawks in the wild card round, so they snared a decent bump in the rankings. After losing to Green Bay in the divisional round, the Rams have remained firmly in the limelight by pulling off a dramatic trade to swap quarterbacks with the Lions.
The Rams traded away former first overall draft pick Jared Goff and a heap of draft picks for Matt Stafford. I guess LA thinks they’re only one guy away and Sean McVay is keen to shoot their shot right now.
7. Seattle Seahawks (12-5)
Last ranking: 5
The disappointed Seahawks departed the playoff race with barely a whimper against a Rams side that started their backup quarterback (though we now have a better idea why that was). This week, Russell Wilson has started rattling the cage, so to speak, and expressing his discontent at the lack of progress in the squad.
Still plenty of solid pieces in the side, but it will be an interesting few months to come in Starbucks town.
8. Cleveland Browns (12-6)
Last ranking: 8
Cleveland fans must have been pinching themselves as they rolled out to a 28-0 lead over the Steelers in their wild card playoff game. In fact, they’ll probably have screen-shotted a bunch of pictures, blown them up, framed them and taken them straight to the pool room.
Some thought they would bump the Chiefs out of the playoffs the following week too, as Patrick Mahomes left the game with a concussion. But alas, the Browns didn’t quite have it in them, so it’ll be back to camp to make the necessary improvements.
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9. Baltimore Ravens (12-6)
Last ranking: 11
‘This time it’s personal’ was exactly what Lamar Jackson said before heading to Tennessee to take on the Titans in the playoffs. At least, that’s what I like to think he said, because they rolled into Nissan Stadium and stomped all over the Titans midfield logo – literally and figuratively – on their way to victory.
They did get bounced out in the cold of Buffalo the following week and will look to add some weapons for Jackson in the offseason.
10. Tennessee Titans (11-6)
Last ranking: 9
‘This time it’s personal’ is what Derrick Henry and the Titans will be saying the next time they play the Ravens. Although technically, Tennessee did make it personal in the first place for the Ravens, so now it’s like a layer cake of personal. Which makes for a delicious next meeting between these two personalities. See what I did there? Okay, I’ll get my coat…
11. Indianapolis Colts (11-6)
Last ranking: 10
Seriously, if I hear one more Carson Wentz trade to Indy rumour, I’ll…actually, I won’t do anything, because it would be an interesting move. Everyone’s assuming ole ‘Side Arm Sam’ (Philip Rivers) is off to retire and have more kids, though no official word has been made yet. He did actually play pretty well down the stretch and in the playoffs too, so maybe he might want to come back? Who knows.
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12. Pittsburgh Steelers (12-5)
Last ranking: 6
What in the world happened to the Steelers? Remember when they were 11-0? Okay, they did flatter to deceive to get to that record, but from there it was grim. Really grim. Now, they are another team riding the quarterback carousel as Big Ben says he wants to return and is willing to restructure his contract to help ease the salary cap squeeze.
Apparently, that indicates he’s coming back, while Drew Brees did a similar thing, but is retiring. Like I said, I don’t understand these things.
13. Miami Dolphins (10-6)
Last week: 12
When did people start getting so impatient with their quarterbacks? I know Josh Rosen was the victim of a coaching change plus first overall draft pick (call it the perfect storm) in Arizona. That meant he was out after a season. But in Miami, there have been whispers about Tua Time being over already?
He only played about seven games. I get that if the Texans were willing to part ways with Deshaun Watson, then yeah get that deal done, but short of that, where is the faith?
14. Chicago Bears (8-8)
Last ranking: 14
To Trubisky, or not to Trubisky? That is the question. Mitch Trubisky’s contract is set to expire, so the Chicago brass must figure out what to do with the former second overall draft pick, one that the team ruined their future drafts for while not picking Patrick Mahomes or Deshaun Watson. Not that I’m bitter.
Anyways, like I said, they need to make a call on the most pivotal position and despite Trubisky playing well down the stretch, Pro Football Focus actually has Mitch rated 66th on their list of league-wide free agents. That ain’t a great sign.
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15. Arizona Cardinals (8-8)
Last ranking: 15
Quarterbacks aren’t the only ones pondering retirement this year. Wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald is making Cards nation wait on whether he will be back for an 18th year. Arizona’s defensive line coach Brentson Buckner jumped the gun following their last regular-season game, claiming the “last ride” with Fitzgerald and that the countdown to his Hall of Fame induction had begun.
Since then? No word at all, especially not from Fitz himself. One more ride would be nice though.
16. Los Angeles Chargers (7-9)
Last ranking: 18
I gave the Chargers a little bump over the Raiders despite having a slightly inferior record. Partly as they won four straight games to finish off the year, partly because their superstar quarterback Justin Herbert will have a full off-season to improve his game (which is scary) and also due to the hiring of Brandon Staley as head coach. Staley was defensive coordinator for the Rams, whose defence was the league’s best.
Having lost a lot of close games, the Chargers only need a slight improvement from their defence and they can do very well next year.
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17. Las Vegas Raiders (8-8)
Last ranking: 15
Jon Gruden and his Las Vegas coaching staff have plenty to ponder in the coming months. At quarterback, they are still not sure about Derek Carr (probably never will be), are looking at trading backup Marcus Mariota, oh and a guy named Deshaun Watson said he would like to go to Vegas (to play football that is). Free-agent Tik-Toker/wide receiver Juju Smith-Schuster is also keen to play inside the Death Star and pay less income tax.
Also, the defence is a shambles, so yeah, there’s a bit to think about.
18. Washington Football Team (7-9)
Last ranking: 17
Before the Buccaneers conquered the NFL, they had to get past a tricky team in the playoffs called the Team. Washington was not expected to make any real noise, however, one name emerged from their wild-card defeat to the Bucs – Taylor Heinicke. Who? Up till that point, he was a maths teacher who had been on WFT’s practice squad but ended up starting at quarterback against Tampa Bay.
And judging by what they would do the following weeks – he played extremely well. The question in the capital now though is, will he be the guy moving forward? That mathematical formula is a tricky one to figure out.
19. Minnesota Vikings (7-9)
Last ranking: 19
The Vikings are another side who aren’t that far away. They just need to bolster the pass rush before next season and they will be a problem for a lot of teams. Wide receivers Justin Jefferson and Adam Thielen are an excellent combo and Kirk Cousins is pretty decent – that’s assuming they don’t trade for another quarterback in this impatient league. They will need to do some tinkering too, as they are projected to be nearly $8 million over the salary cap.
20. New England Patriots (7-9)
Last ranking: 20
Started a bit of a joke tally for these guys, involving Bill Belichick versus Tom Brady. At Week two the score was Belichick 1, Brady 1. I did stop counting from then on, but just like in the bad horror movies – it’s back for one last scare. Final season tally Brady 20, Belichick 6. Looking forward to Bill getting his defence back next year though (COVID willing).
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21. San Francisco 49ers (6-10)
Last ranking: 21
They lost a bunch of defensive stars during the season, then star defensive coach Robert Saleh after it had all finished. It will be a bit of a rebuild for the 9ers, though if they can get healthy, they have a lot going for them. And what’s with all the Jimmy G haters? Guy misses one throw in the Super Bowl and all of a sudden, he’s no good?
That’s really harsh. Let’s see if he returns to the team and to form next year.
22. New York Giants (6-10)
Last ranking: 22
Big Blue fought hard and very nearly snuck an undeserved playoff spot from the NFC Least. Next year they will hopefully welcome back a fully fit Saquon Barkley, however, they are expected to be nearly $4 million over the projected salary cap. So basically, a team that wasn’t very good anyway has to make itself worse by cutting players to get under the cap.
You don’t need to be a Taylor Heinicke maths teacher to know that is not a good equation.
23. Dallas Cowboys (6-10)
Last ranking: 23
I am always astounded by just how much grief the Cowboys get on social media. Why are they so derided? On that same note though, lots of the jokes are very funny. Saw one where they had found a way for Tom Brady to not win the Super Bowl – they had digitally imposed him into a Cowboys uniform.
Then there was the meme saying that Tom Brady’s daughter had held the Vince Lombardi more times than the Cowboys had won playoff games in the last 20 years. Sure, it’s a bit long-winded, but it’s still compelling.
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24. Denver Broncos (5-11)
Last ranking: 24
In New Orleans, the question is ‘what will Drew do?’, while in Denver it is ‘what will we do with Drew?’. Actually, that gives me an idea – if Drew Brees retires, Denver should trade Drew Lock to New Orleans. I mean he’d give you something back for your investment (though not a lot) and New Orleans can make him the new Drew.
Because as we all remember, Drew Brees was certainly not Drew Brees when he signed with the Saints, if you know what I mean.
25. Carolina Panthers (5-11)
Last ranking: 25
Alrighty then, let’s pour that glass to half full in Charlotte. Carolina owns the eighth overall draft pick, meaning they could be in the hunt for a big-name quarterback. They could also trade to go higher. Also, they will get the CMC Music Factory (Christian McCaffrey) back next season as well as nearly $12 million in salary-cap space. All those things considered, they could start making some sweet music pretty soon.
26. Cincinnati Bengals (4-11-1)
Last ranking: 26
Alright, listen here, you bumble-licious Bungles. Positive things will happen for you this year. You will get the best offensive lineman in the draft – Penei Sewell – and maybe even double down on another in the second round too. Then you get Joe Burrow back, he’ll start smoking a cigar on the field, which would be the epitome of cool. Then you’re going win a bunch of games and get to 7-9.
Got it? Good. Love me some positivity.
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27. Detroit Lions (5-11)
Last ranking: 27
In the land of kneecap biting, things are looking up. Well, they are always looking up in Detroit, because frankly they are always down the bottom. So where else are they going to look? Not hugely excited about the Jared Goff trade, but there is hope in the fact they hold the Rams’ first-round draft picks for the next millennium. Can’t wait to see what new and inventive ways they can think of to completely blow those picks.
28. Atlanta Falcons (4-12)
Last ranking: 30
A huge jump in the rankings for the Failcons due to the out-of-hours implosions by Houston and Philly. Atlanta picks fourth in the draft, so there is plenty of intrigue as to how new general manager Terry Fontenot plays it with new head coach Arthur Smith. Draft scenarios are currently all over the map for that pick, but I’m sure there’ll be another 65,000 mock drafts to clear that all up before April.
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29. Philadelphia Eagles (4-11-1)
Last ranking: 28
How the hell you go get fired on your day off? It was a great line from the movie Friday, but also the truth when it comes to Eagles ex-head coach Doug Pederson, who decided to lose a game in prime time to “see what he had”. Turns out he had a job, which he now does not.
No one knows what on earth is happening with Carson Wentz (loud trade rumours are floating) and what will be left for new head coach Nick Sirianni to work with. Yikes.
30. New York Jets (2-14)
Last week: 30
I thought the Jets did well to finish 31st on the season and now – even better at 30th. They fired Adam Gase and now it’s Robert Saleh’s team to try and infuse with some sort of energy. While his forte is defence, the big question swirls around Sam Darnold and what to do with the number two overall pick. Keep him and build around him? Or replace?
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31. Jacksonville Jaguars (1-15)
Last ranking: 32
Not even the Jags finish last – what is going on here? But it didn’t take long for coach Urban Meyer to screw up in the NFL. He hired Chris Doyle – a strength and conditioning coach. Nothing wrong with that, right? Not at all.
Unless you have an issue with his hiring drawing an immense backlash, due to multiple complaints of racism from his previous job. This current job? Lasted one day, as he resigned amid a suitable uproar. Well done Jags. Good job.
32. Houston Texans (4-12)
Last ranking: 29
You know when you go to the supermarket and you see a kid absolutely lose the plot? That is what is happening at Texans HQ.
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These are not fun times in Houston. The teams top two icons, Deshaun Watson and JJ Watt, want out. Watt has already been released, while Watson is stuck in limbo. Management says they will definitely not trade him, while Watson really doesn’t want to play for this team. Plus, they’ve brought in an incredibly underwhelming new head coach and there has even been a resignation by their team president.
No idea where this is leading, but make sure you have the popcorn at the ready.
Final note: it’s been an absolute blast bringing you news, insights, song and movie references, plus plain idiocy this season folks. So, stay safe and will have more madness coming your way for the NFL draft.
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ฉันมีคำสารภาพที่ต้องทำ ฉันชอบทอมเบรดี้เมื่อ 10 ปีที่แล้วเขาคงชกหน้าฉันเพื่อแถลงแบบนั้น แม้สองปีที่ผ่านมาฉันจะไม่ยอมรับความชื่นชมของฉันสำหรับแชมป์ซูเปอร์โบวล์เจ็ดสมัย ในฐานะแฟนไจแอนต์ฉันเป็นหนึ่งในฐานแฟนสองคน (อีกคนคืออินทรี) ที่ไม่มีเหตุผลที่จะเกลียดเบรดี้สำหรับความสำเร็จของเขาในสนาม ไจแอนต์เอาชนะเบรดี้สองครั้งบนเวทีที่ยิ่งใหญ่ที่สุด Big Blue รั้ง Brady และผู้รักชาติในปี 2007 จากความเป็นอมตะทำลายฤดูกาลที่พ่ายแพ้ ยินดีต้อนรับ Miami Dolphins เขาไม่เกลียดเบรดี้สำหรับเกมของเขา แต่สำหรับเครื่องแบบที่เขาสวม นิวอิงแลนด์ผู้รักชาติเป็นคนเลวในยุค 2000 ผู้รักชาติคือจักรวรรดิกาแลกติกบิลเบลิชิกคือดาร์ ธ เวเดอร์และยิลเลตต์สเตเดี้ยมเป็นดาวมรณะ จากเรื่องอื้อฉาว “ประตู” ไปจนถึงการโกงนิวอิงแลนด์ยังคงชนะ เพื่อให้เรื่องแย่ลงแฟน ๆ ผู้รักชาติเริ่มทนไม่ได้ กี่ครั้งแล้วที่ฉันต้องได้ยิน “Our Season Begins in the AFC Championship” จากแฟน ๆ New England? เท่าที่เขาเกลียดพวกเขาแฟน ๆ ก็พูดถูก ฉันอาจจะไม่ชอบ Brady แต่ฉันก็เคารพ TB12 เสมอ เขาเป็นแพะ นั่นไม่เคยมีการถกเถียงกัน สถิติเบื้องหลังคดีแพะของ Brady นั้นไม่อาจหยั่งรู้ได้ ตัวเลขในช่วงฤดูท่องเที่ยวของ Brady คือ “Gretzkyesque” และจะต้องใช้ความพยายามอย่างมากจากผู้เล่นรุ่นใหม่เพื่อให้สถิติของเขาโดดเด่น ผู้ชนะตลอดกาลในรอบตัดเชือก 1) Tom Brady – 34 2) Tom Brady เฉพาะในเกมการแข่งขันชิงแชมป์การประชุมและ Super Bowls รวมกัน – 17 T-3) Joe Montana, Tom Brady ตั้งแต่อายุ 37-16 – Tom Brady Facts (@TB_Facts) 8 กุมภาพันธ์ 2021 ขณะที่ฉันดู Tom Brady ยก Lombardi Trophy เป็นครั้งที่ 7 ฉันก็คิดกับตัวเองว่า “ไอ้เหี้ยนี่อีกแล้วเหรอ” สัตว์แพทย์วัย 43 ปีทะลุปรากฏการณ์วัย 25 ปีที่อยากเป็นแพะเหมือนกันในวันหนึ่ง ยังคงเป็นไปได้ที่ Mahomes จะกลายเป็นแพะ แต่ช่องว่างระหว่าง Brady หรือ Mahomes รู้สึกผ่านไม่ได้ จากนั้นฉันเห็นขบวนพาเหรด เบรดี้หัวเราะมากและสนุกมากขึ้น ฉันอดไม่ได้ที่จะยิ้มให้กับวิดีโอทั้งหมดของเบรดี้ที่เฉลิมฉลองในเรือของเขาเขาโยนถ้วยรางวัล Lomnbardi ลงในเรือลำอื่นซึ่งถือได้ว่าเป็นเส้นทางที่ดีที่สุดในอาชีพของเขา TB12 ข้ามการควบคุมอาหารในวันนี้และได้รับคะแนนมากเกินไป เครื่องดื่ม. มันเป็นคลิปที่เกี่ยวข้องกับ Brady มากที่สุดที่ฉันเคยเห็น เมื่อเบรดี้ได้รับความช่วยเหลือนอกงานปาร์ตี้ก็ไม่เป็นไร แต่เมื่อพวกเขาพาฉันออกจากบาร์มันเป็นปัญหา ชีวิตไม่ยุติธรรม! https://t.co/bWyV2YtJ0e— Dan Girolamo (@Danny_Giro) 10 กุมภาพันธ์ 2021 ในช่วงหลายปีที่ผ่านมา Brady แสดงอารมณ์ขันพร้อมกับโพสต์ชัยชนะบนโซเชียลมีเดีย ตั้งแต่ TB Times ไปจนถึงวิดีโอ“ W” เบรดี้รู้วิธียืนยันตัวเองว่าเป็นผู้ชนะ เขายังเป็นคนตลกและรู้จักตัวเองอีกด้วยโดยเห็นได้จากทวีตเตกีล่าและอะโวคาโดของเขา คุณจะดูวิดีโอเหล่านั้นด้วยใบหน้าตรงได้อย่างไร? TB12 กำลังทำหน้าเด็กต่อหน้าต่อตาเรา สำหรับแฟนที่ไม่ใช่มวยปล้ำนั่นหมายความว่าเขากลายเป็นคนดีที่น่ารัก แฟนบอลส่วนใหญ่เกลียดเบรดี้ในนิวอิงแลนด์เพราะเขาเป็นตัวร้ายที่สมบูรณ์แบบ สังคมชอบที่จะหยั่งรากของดวงดาว แต่ก็ชอบดูคนร้ายตก ยิ่งฉันหัวเราะกับการแสดงตลกของเบรดี้มากเท่าไหร่ฉันก็ยิ่งรู้ว่านิวอิงแลนด์ขัดขวางบุคลิกของเขามากแค่ไหน Rob Gronkowski กล่าวว่าเขาชอบ “อิสระในการเป็นตัวของตัวเอง” ในแทมปาเบย์ซึ่งเป็นโอกาสที่ชัดเจนสำหรับระบบระเบียบวินัยที่ดำเนินการโดย Belichick นั่นไม่ได้ทำให้ระบบนิวอิงแลนด์ผิดพลาด ผู้รักชาติได้รับรางวัล Super Bowls หกรายการในช่วงสองทศวรรษ อย่างไรก็ตามมันเป็นเรื่องยากที่จะเข้าใจถึงบุคลิกที่แท้จริงของผู้เล่นเมื่อ Darth Vader กำลังหายใจรดต้นคอของคุณ มันคือโลกของเบรดี้และเราทุกคนอาศัยอยู่ในนั้น ตอนนี้ฉันชอบสิ่งที่ฉันเห็นจากแพะ คุณชอบ Tom Brady ไหม? แสดงความคิดเห็นของคุณในความคิดเห็นด้านล่างหรือทวีตเราที่ @unafraidshow
Steph Curry and the Warriors have been experiencing a turbulent season so far. The Warriors have been inconsistent at best, with their team in a transition period at the moment. Curry has led the Warriors to a 12-12 record so far, but the team is looking doubtful for the playoffs despite the two-time MVP’s heroics. Steph Curry wants to play past 40 Curry spoke to the Huddle and Flow podcast recently, where he shared this desire to prolong his NBA career. Much of the inspiration comes from his father and former NBA player Dell Curry. Dell played in the NBA for 16 years, and now, his son wants to follow in his footsteps. Despite turning 33 this year, Curry feels great and thinks he can play for a long time. Feb 4, 2021; Dallas, Texas, USA; Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry (30) drives to the basket past Dallas Mavericks forward Dorian Finney-Smith (10) during the second half at the American Airlines Center. Mandatory Credit: Jerome Miron-USA TODAY SportsREAD MORE: Steph Curry Draft: College Career, Stats, and More He said, “My pops was always the barometer for me. He played 16 years until he was 38. I got to see how his body changed over the years, especially those last six — all the work that went into getting ready for a season. I’m about to be 33 next month, feel really, really good — fresh, able to still do everything I want to do on the court. Curry taking inspiration from Brady Steph Curry noted that he would like to play until the age of 40. While that can be a challenge for athletes, he pointed to the example of NFL legend Tom Brady, who has found great success in his 40s. Curry’s primary goal is to take care of his body and adapt his game accordingly, and this would help him keep going for a few more years. Feb 7, 2021; Tampa, FL, USA; Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady (12) celebrates with the Vince Lombardi Trophy after beating the Kansas City Chiefs in Super Bowl LV at Raymond James Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports“If I could get to like pushing 40 and still be impactful on the court, I feel like that’s a win. Straight up and down you can’t hide anywhere when you’re out there. Maybe a little bit of a different conversation, but to Tom’s point, just getting your body where you go out on your own terms is the goal. However long or however many years that is. Pushing 40 would be amazing.” READ MORE: Tom Brady – A History of His Super Bowl Appearances Can Steph Curry play into his 40s? He’s one of the many NBA players whose game is not reliant on athleticism, but rather on skill. A lot of players tend to adapt to their strengths and switch their game to extend their careers. It is very likely that Steph can adjust his game in order to achieve his goal of playing into his 40s. Get notified about breaking news and watch highlights on the go; join the Arena on NBA Hoops
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Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes endured a tough outing in Super Bowl LV. It was apparent that the Super Bowl LIV MVP was playing with an apparent toe injury. He was limping during the start of the game itself. However, the Buccaneers defense brought their A-game and managed to neutralize any offensive move from the visitors. Patrick Mahomes could only complete 26 of his 49 attempted passes on Sunday night, throwing for 270 yards. But on a rare note, the Chiefs quarterback failed to throw a single passing touchdown. He did throw 2 interceptions though as the Chiefs succumbed to a 9-31 loss against the Buccaneers in Super Bowl LV. ALSO READ – Super Bowl LV: Shannon Sharpe Lashes Out at Chiefs Defense After Horrendous First Half Display Patrick Mahomes vows to fight back after Super Bowl LV loss Despite a poor stat line, Mahomes was the only positive for the Chiefs last night. He gave his all while playing under physical strain but did not get any backing from his offensive teammates like Tyreek Hill, Sammy Watkins, or even Travis Kelce. But the 25-year old did not want to put the blame on anyone as he lavished praise on Tom Brady and the Bucs for their dominant display in Super Bowl LV. “I mean, obviously I didn’t play the way I wanted to play. But I mean, what else can you say? All you can do is leave everything you have on the field and I feel like the guys did that. They were the better team today. They beat us. Pretty, pretty good. The worst. I think I’ve been beaten in a long time. But I’m proud of the guys now they fought to the very end of the game,” Mahomes said in the post-game presser. Mahomes will reportedly undergo surgery on the toe injury in the offseason after battling through the pain over the last one month. Chiefs’ fans will be hopeful that their commander-in-chief will be fit and ready for action when the season starts in 271 days. Until then, we’re going to wait and watch to see if KC can return with vengeance and steal back their throne from Tom Brady and the Buccaneers. We have a feeling this story is not over yet. Watch this space for more. ALSO READ – Shaquil Barrett Equals Buccaneers Great After Latest Patrick Mahomes Sack in Super Bowl LV
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Super Bowl 55 was the absolute WORM. The Worst of Recent Memory!
A one-sided contest saw betting underdogs the Tampa Bay Buccaneers run out convincing 31-9 winners.
The game was a horror show for Kansas City, whose defence was barely allowed to play by the zebras. Some of the early penalties on the Chiefs defence were purely fanciful officiating and kept some Tampa Bay drives rolling. This resulted in Tom Brady throwing his first-ever first-quarter Super Bowl touchdown. What a crazy stat.
Brady finished up throwing three touchdown passes including the first two to his longtime partner in crime, Rob Gronkowski, as they surpassed Joe Montana and Jerry Rice for the most passer to receiver touchdowns in Super Bowl history.
On the other side, Patrick Mahomes was flustered, particularly in the second half where he was continuously forced to run up to 20 yards backwards and fling desperate passes to his well-covered receivers. Towards the end, it got quite brutal for Mahomes who took a number of heavy hits from a ruthless Buccaneers defence.
The ESPN commentary for some reason featured two guys I hadn’t heard all season long. While the US national coverage was presented by the entertaining A-team of Jim Nance and Tony Romo, we in Australia didn’t even get the B-team. Instead we suffered through the Zzz-team, who kept making obscure references about Australia. Thanks a lot, ESPN.
The halftime show was abysmal. Whatever happened to legendary rock bands taking the Super Bowl stage? The young guy tried hard and reportedly spent $7 million of his own cash on the show.
He had a couple of catchy tunes and I have nothing against having solo artists do the show, but it would be nice to see a big stadium rock band at least every other year. After all, it’s in a big stadium!
Super Bowl 55 was the absolute WORM for me, after an absolute WORM of a year for everybody.
But I take solace in another amazing chapter for the GOAT, Mr Tom Brady, and an end to the nonsensical suggestions that his championship feats will ever be surpassed or even equalled.
Feb 7, 2020; Tampa, FL, USA; Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady (12) lifts the Lombardi Trophy after Super Bowl LV at Raymond James Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports
Tom Brady refused to rank his record seventh Super Bowl crown on Sunday after the Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ stunning upset of the Kansas City Chiefs.
The 43-year-old Buccaneers quarterback confounded the odds once more by leading Tampa Bay to a 31-9 victory less than a year after ending his two-decade career with the New England Patriots.
The win, which came 19 years after Brady’s first Super Bowl triumph with the Patriots in 2002, has been hailed as the quarterback’s greatest achievement.
HOW ‘BOUT THAT?! #GoBucs pic.twitter.com/VMeX3PhCOl
— Tampa Bay Buccaneers (@Buccaneers) February 8, 2021
But Brady was merely content to look back on what he called an “amazing” season.
“They’re all special in they’re own way,” Brady said of his Super Bowl wins.
“It’s been an amazing year. Just really proud of all the guys, all the coaches, the effort we put in.
“We knew we were playing a great football team tonight and we got the job done. If you get this far you’ve got to get the job done.”
The Bucs’ victory capped a remarkable run through the playoffs which saw the team account for three of the game’s greatest quarterbacks in consecutive games.
A road victory over Drew Brees and the New Orleans Saints last month was followed by an NFC Championship defeat of Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers at Lambeau Field.
Brady saluted the work of the Bucs defense, which on Sunday shut down Patrick Mahomes and restricted the Chiefs to just nine points.
“They stepped up to the challenge,” Brady said. “You go up against a guy like Pat, an incredible player, Aaron (Rodgers) two weeks ago, the MVP, they played incredible. Before that against Drew (Brees) they played great.
“They stepped up and rose to the occasion against extremely talented offenses. Just so happy they all came to play tonight.”
Brady also praised the contributions of tight end Rob Gronkowski and Antonio Brown.
Brady had been instrumental in persuading former Patriots stalwart Gronkowski to come out of retirement to join him in Florida, and also lobbied the team to make a move for free agent Brown.
“Big-time players making big-time plays,” Brady said. “Great to see what they did, what they added to the team. Gronk’s an unbelievable player, teammate, talent, work ethic, commitment.
“And AB (Antonio Brown), since he got here he’s just done everything the right way.”
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Patrick Mahomes #15 of the Kansas City Chiefs walks with his head down in the fourth quarter against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in Super Bowl LV at Raymond James Stadium on February 07, 2021 in Tampa, Florida. Patrick Smith/Getty Images/AFP
Kansas City quarterback Patrick Mahomes vowed to come back stronger after the Chiefs were manhandled by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in 31-9 Super Bowl defeat.
The gifted signal-caller was favored to become the first quarterback to win two Super Bowls by the age of 25 after rallying the Chiefs to a thrilling 31-20 victory over the San Francisco 49ers last year.
But Kansas City’s bid to become the NFL’s first repeat champion in 16 years ended with Tampa Bay’s dominant triumph.
“My dad lost in the World Series in his career,” said Mahomes, whose father, Pat Sr., played in baseball’s major leagues from 1992 to 2003. “He continued to battle and continued to be who he was.
“Obviously it hurts right now. It hurts a lot. But we’re going to continue to get better.
“We have a young group of guys that have had a lot of success and have learned from that. We’ve had a few failures, and we have to learn from that.
“We can’t let this define us. We have to continue to get better, going into next year and being even better and preparing ourselves to hopefully be in this game again.”
Thank you #ChiefsKingdom for all the support. Wasn’t the way we wanted it to end, but we will be back! 💪🏽
— Patrick Mahomes II (@PatrickMahomes) February 8, 2021
One year after he earned Super Bowl MVP honors, Mahomes was pressured by a relentless Tampa Bay defense into one of the worst games of his career.
Sacked three times, he was repeatedly forced out of the pocket to throw on the run, tossed two interceptions and zero touchdowns.
“Obviously I didn’t play the way I wanted to play,” said Mahomes, who refused to blame a toe injury that has bothered him in the playoffs and may require offseason surgery.
“We battled to the very end,” he said. “That’s one thing you can say. We played not very good football today. But we battled.”
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