What went wrong in Kansas City Chiefs’ Super Bowl loss: Penalties, pressure and more

The Chiefs’ dream to run it back woke up to a harsh reality in Super Bowl LV. Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady dissected the Chiefs’ defense with three touchdown passes en route to a convincing 31-9 win Sunday at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida. The Chiefs were down 21-6 at halftime, and then were in catch-up mode the rest of the contest. Tampa Bay’s defense more than handled the Chiefs offense, which finished the regular season No. 1 in the league, averaging 415.8 yards per game. The Chiefs finished the game with 350 yards and couldn’t connect down the field, as the Buccanee…

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