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Super Bowl LV recap:

The 2020 NFL season has come to a close with Super Bowl LV and we are breaking the big game down in detail – a general recap, either offense vs. the opposing defense and a look ahead to the offseason for both teams!

Film Study: Super Bowl 55 Can the Bucs slow down the Chiefs offense? NFL All-22 Film Breakdown

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Film Study: Super Bowl 55 Can the Bucs slow down the Chiefs offense? NFL All-22 Film Breakdown

The Kansas City Chiefs vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers Part 2 and this time it will determine this year’s NFL Champion. There are numerous matchups and factors that will determine the outcome of this game as Couch Potato General Manager covers some of the obvious and not so obvious aspects of this contest. The overarching question is,”How can the Bucs stop the Chiefs explosive offensive?” CPGM Juice dives into the tape to consider what strategies the Tampa Bay Bucs should utilize to knock off the defending champion Kansas City Chiefs.

Super Bowl LV preview:

We have made it! All 256 regular season and – since this year – twelve playoff games are in the books and there is just one matchup left to decide who will be crowned NFL champions. There are so many storylines leading up to the big game – the GOAT Tom Brady versus the kid Patrick Mahomes, two of the all-time great tight-ends on either side of the ball wearing number 87, the Buccaneers becoming the first ever team to host a Super Bowl in their home stadium, Andy Reid after all this time of coming up short, potentially winning back-to-back titles, while Bruce Arians is looking to finally get his first ring as a head coach and potentially becoming the oldest one to earn one in history, and many others.

As I do every year, I wanted to give a detailed look ahead to the big game, where I break down who these teams are, kind of how they got here and how they match up against each other. To do so I put together analysis of each offense and defense, plus where each could have the advantage, then I take a look back at when these two teams first met back in week 12, explain what they have and/or should have learned from it, give you an X-factor on either side of the ball for both and finally hand out my score prediction, while explaining what I believe will happen.

Let’s dive into it!

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Predicting the entire 2020 NFL season:

Now a week away from the season officially being kicked off with Texans @ Chiefs, I’m ready to commit to all these predictions. As I have done for several years now, I am going to forecast all the major season awards, such as league MVP, Defensive Player of the Year and others, before I get into my playoff picks. To do so, I went through the schedule and predicted all 256 games, before putting all of that into playoffpredictors.com – which I can absolutely recommend you check out – to double-check my final seven seeds for either conference. On my first version, I got so complicated with the tie-breakers, that I actually had to contact the host of the page, to get some clearance on an issue, but after I went over it a second time, things became a lot easier to figure out.

With that being, this is how I believe the 2020 NFL season will look like:

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