Super Bowl 2021 live score: Chiefs vs. Buccaneers updates, highlights, results from Super Bowl 55
The Chiefs and Bucs face off for the second — and final — time of the 2020 season in Super Bowl 55 on Sunday. And the stakes are a little higher than their Week 12 meeting this season. Kansas City is looking for its second consecutive Super Bowl under Andy Reid. A win at Raymond […]


The Chiefs and Bucs face off for the second — and final — time of the 2020 season in Super Bowl 55 on Sunday. And the stakes are a little higher than their Week 12 meeting this season. Kansas City is looking for its second consecutive Super Bowl under Andy Reid. A win at Raymond James Stadium would also mark the second such victory for quarterback Patrick Mahomes — an incredible feat for someone still on their rookie contract. That would also keep him within striking distance of Tom Brady for all-time GOAT status. Speaking of Brady, he will look for his seventh Super Bowl victory in 10 tries, cementing perhaps forever his place as the greatest NFL player of all time. That argument would certainly be compounded by the fact he would do it with the Buccaneers in his first season in Tampa Bay after earning his first six wins in New England. That he could do it against a challenger to his all-time greatness would be another facet in his favor.Sporting News is tracking live scoring updates and highlights from Super Bowl 55 between the Chiefs and Buccaneers. Follow below for complete results and more.MORE: Watch Super Bowl 55 live with fuboTV (7-day free trial)Super Bowl 2021 score  Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Total Chiefs — — — — — Buccaneers — — — — — Chiefs vs. Buccaneers live updates, highlights from Super Bowl 556:31 p.m.: Travis Kelce and Lavonte David taking the coin toss for the Chiefs and Bucs, respectively.6:21 p.m.: President Joe Biden and First Lady Jill Biden give a pregame message to the Super Bowl contestants; they ask for a moment of silence for those who have died due to COVID-19. Raymond James Stadium is ... notably loud.6:14 p.m.: Also, for those who missed it: The playing of "Lift Every Voice and Sing" by Alicia Keyes, played before the Super Bowl:6:09 p.m.: It's about that time. Here are inactives for both teams: It seems the Bucs will have plenty of options ready with Antonio Brown, LeSean McCoy, Sammy Watkins and Cameron Brate all active: Here are the Chiefs’ inactives for Super Bowl LV:CB BoPete KeyesRB Darwin ThompsonTE Ricky Seals-JonesDE Tim WardDT Khalen SaundersQB Matt MooreCB Chris Lammons — Matt McMullen (@KCChiefs_Matt) February 7, 2021Super Bowl start timeDate: Sunday, Feb. 7Time: 6:30 p.m. ETSuper Bowl 55 between the Chiefs and Buccaneers kicks off at 6:30 p.m. ET, which has become the usual time for Super Bowls. The game will be played on Sunday, Feb. 7, which is two weeks after the conference championship games determined that Kansas City and Tampa Bay would play in the season's final game. You should be able to find Super Bowl coverage all over your cable channels throughout the day, including morning coverage on NFL network and extended pregame shows on CBS before kickoff.What channel is the Super Bowl on?The 2021 Super Bowl will be broadcast on CBS, which has actually flipped its turn in the three-network rotation with NBC. NBC wanted to trade to broadcast the 2022 Super Bowl to pair its advertising with its 2022 Winter Olympics coverage.This will be the 21st Super Bowl on CBS, the most of any channel. It will also be the last during the current broadcast agreement that expires after 2022 and featured the three-network rotation of CBS, NBC and Fox, which broadcasted last year's game.
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