2020 NFL Power Rankings: Super Bowl LV

2020 NFL Power Rankings: Super Bowl LV
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The Chiefs and Buccaneers have punched their tickets to Super Bowl LV, and we’re set for a thrilling Patrick Mahomes vs. Tom Brady match up.

The Chiefs and Buccaneers are set to square off in Super Bowl LV
The Chiefs and Buccaneers are set to square off in Super Bowl LV
  • Chiefs and Buccaneers will face up each other in the final stage of the NFL 2020 season.
  • Other teams of NFL are busy handling football issues of their own.
  • Kansas City Chiefs and Buccaneers will hit the field on February 7, 2021.

Only two teams are left, the Chiefs and Buccaneers are set to square off in Super Bowl LV. And while the rest of the NFL has no meaningful football left, they’ve been active in their own ways. Hiring coaches, players retiring and some making deep playoff runs of there own. But where does every team stand heading into the Super Bowl?

Any of the four possible matchups would have been a treat, but most football fans are pretty happy with a Chiefs vs. Buccaneers Super Bowl LV featuring Patrick Mahomes and Tom Brady at quarterback. Does Kansas City deserve to be favoured when the two teams hit the field on February 7?


1. Kansas City Chiefs (LW: 1)

The Chiefs continue to be boring in the power rankings, but anything but boring on the field. They have about as perfect of an offence that can possibly exist in the NFL.

2. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (LW: 5)

This was a solid team last year that went 7-9 with Jameis Winston. Tom Brady arrives and they go to the Super Bowl. If you’re still denying his incredible impact, well, then… you’re just in denial.

 3. Buffalo Bills (LW: 3)

The Bills were fun in 2020, but it always seemed like there wasn’t a team that could realistically challenge the Chiefs in the AFC. That turned out to be true.

4. Green Bay Packers (LW: 2)

Anything short of a Super Bowl was disappointing for the Packers, who now face the reality of an unhappy Hall-of-Fame quarterback. A pissed off Aaron Rodgers can be a good thing (see: 2020), but an angry Rodgers that wants out of Green Bay would be really, really bad for the Packers.

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