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NFC SOUTH AFC EAST New Orleans 12-4 Buffalo 13-3 Tampa Bay 11-5 Miami 10-6 Carolina 5-11 New England 7-9 Atlanta 4-12 NY Jets 2-14 NFC EAST AFC NORTH Washington 7-9 Pittsburgh 12-4 NY Giants 6-10 Cleveland 11-5 Dallas 6-10 Baltimore 11-5 Philadelphia 4-11-1 Cincinnati 4-11-1 NFC NORTH AFC SOUTH Green Bay 13-3 Tennessee 11-5 Chicago 8-8 Indianapolis 11-5 Minnesota 7-9 Houston 4-12 Detroit 5-11 Jacksonville 1-15 NFC WEST AFC WEST Seattle 12-4 Kansas City 14-2 LA Rams 10-6 Las Vegas 8-8 Arizona 8-8 LA Chargers 7-9 San Francisco 6-10 Denver 5-11 WILD CARD GAMES WILD CARD GAMES LA Rams 30 Seattle 20 Indianapolis 24 Buffalo 27 Tampa Bay 31 Washington 23 Baltimore 20 Tennessee 13 Chicago 9 New Orleans 21 Cleveland 48 Pittsburgh 37 DIVISIONAL GAMES DIVISIONAL GAMES LA Rams 18 Green Bay 32 Baltimore 3 Buffalo 17 Tampa Bay 30 New Orleans 20 Cleveland 17 Kansas City 22 NFC CHAMPIONSHIP AFC CHAMPIONSHIP Tampa Bay 31 Green Bay 26 Kansas City 38 Buffalo 24 SUPER BOWL LV at Raymond James Stadium, Tampa Tampa Bay Buccaneers 31 Kansas City Chiefs 9
For the second time in franchise history, the Buccaneers became World Champions. A season that was played in front of limited crowds due to covid restrictions but one that ended with a Vince Lombardi Trophy being lifted into the sky at Raymond James Stadium, the Bucs also becoming the first team to ever play in the Super Bowl in their home stadium. The arrival of Tom Brady to lead the team made the Buccaneers the big story in the NFL throughout the year but another excellent draft and free agent signings made the roster ready for the first playoff run since 2007. Three straight road wins took Tampa Bay into Super Bowl LV where a superb defensive effort handled the Kansas City Chiefs with Brady earning another MVP trophy.
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