The Chiefs have allowed 24 pts or less in 4 playoff games, while the Bucs have scored 24+ pts in 10 straight games.
The last team to go back to back was New England 2003 and 2004.
Only 3 teams since unrestricted free agency and the salary cap era have gone back to back.
The Chiefs defensive efficiency has dropped by 25%, 4 of the last 10 winners have had such a decrease.
The AFC is 3-1 at Tampa, with Tom Brady 4-1 vs a reigning Super Bowl Champion.
The AFC is 12-6 ATS (Tom Brady 6-3 ATS).
This is also the 4th Super Bowl where both QB’s are on a 7+ game win streak. We have to go all the way back to SB36 when Tom Brady beat “The Greatest Show On Turf” in St Louis.
5 of the last 7 Super Bowl winners have reversed regular season losses.
2011 NY Giants beat New England 21-17 (won 24-20 regular season).
2007 NY Giants beat New England 17-14 (lost 35-38).
2001 New England best St Louis 20-17 (lost 17-24).
1999 St Louis beat Tennessee 23-16 (lost 21-24).
1994 San Francisco beat San Diego 49-26 (won 38-15).
1993 Dallas beat Buffalo 30-13 (lost 10-13).
1990 NY Giants beat Buffalo 20-19 (lost 13-17).
No1 seed 14-17, No3 or lower 9-5.
Last 3 wildcard winners all NFC Teams:
New Orleans 2009.
Green Bay 2010.
NY Giants 2011.
3 of 4 teams have won the Super Bowl by winning all their road playoff games.
Green Bay 2010.
NY Giants 2007.
Last 10 games, Bucs are +7.55 straight up, +2.14 at the spread better than the Chiefs.
Worst regular season record has won 13 of the last 15 Super Bowls.
Super Bowl winners cover the spread 46-6-2.
Tom Brady has 9 deep pass TD’s since week 13, while Patrick Mahomes only has 4 deep completions in that span.
Tampa Bay ML.
Tom Brady Over 298.5 passing yards.
Mike Evans 1st TD Scorer / anytime TD scorer.
Rob Gronkowski Over 28.5 receiving yards.
Ronald Jones II Over 345.5 rushing yards.