The NFL wraps up it’s 2020-21 season with Super Bowl LV in Tampa, Florida. For the first time in Super Bowl history, the stadium’s home team will also be playing for the championship. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers ran the table on the road to make it back to Raymond James Stadium to host the defending champion Kansas City Chiefs. Patrick Mahomes has already generated hype as the potential GOAT, whereas Tom Brady has six Super Bowls to his name and is now generally accepted as the best quarterback the sport has ever seen.
But it’s more than just quarterbacks at this game. The Buccaneers defense has forced turnovers in bunches this postseason and they’re among the league’s best units. Kansas City’s defense is not as highly regarded but has impressed in the playoffs with the way they shut down Cleveland and Buffalo. The Chiefs’ offensive line is banged up, which is a problem against that fearsome Bucs pass rush, but Andy Reid is more than capable of scheming that problem away. There’s also tremendous receiving talent on both teams which should make for captivating viewing.
Either TB12 gets his 7th ring and the Bucs win their first title since 2002, or the Chiefs become the NFL’s first repeat champions since the Patriots dynasty of the early 2000s. Here are the details on how to watch Sunday’s big game.
How to Watch
When: 6:30 p.m. ET/3:30 p.m. PT on Sunday, February 7th
Where: Raymond James Stadium, Tampa, FL
Announcers: Jim Nantz and Tony Romo (sideline reporters: Tracy Wolfson and Evan Washburn)
Online: CBS All-Access | Sling TV | Hulu | YoutubeTV | FuboTV
Radio Announcers: Kevin Harlan and Kurt Warner (sideline reporters: Tony Boselli, Laura Okmin)
Betting odds and over/under
The Chiefs are favored by three points and the over/under is 56 points although we may see it change depending on which bookie you use.
Who’s performing the national anthem?
Eric Church and Jazmine Sullivan
Who’s performing at the Super Bowl halftime show?
The Weeknd. He poured a lot of money into his act, too.