A Conference Final between two legendary Quarterbacks: Tom Brady (USA) for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Aaron Rodgers (USA) for the Green Bay Packers.
Each of the quarterbacks gave a precise pass early in the first pair of quarters.
Just in the first offensive series, Tampa scored its first 7 points, after a good pass from Brady to Mike Evans (USA).
Rodgers responded early in the second quarter with a pass to Marquez Valdes-Scantling (USA).
Leonard Fournette (USA) had a great score in the second quarter, turning around in front of a defender and keeping running.
Mason Crosby (USA) scored a three-point kick for 14-10. Just ending the second quarter Brady found Scotty Miller (USA) on the left frank to extend his lead before the break 21-10.
Cameron Brate (USA) scored the first touchdown for Tampa in the third. Green Bay returned to the game with a Rodgers pass to Tonyan to cut the lead.
Brady made a rare mistake later, taking a pass that was too long. Adrian Amos (USA) intercepted it. That series reached a second knockdown where Rodgers sent a pass to nowhere. But in the third he found Davante Lavell Adams (USA) for the touchdown.
With the score 28-23 they decided to try the conversion of two points but it slipped from Equanimeous St. Brown’s (USA) hands.
In the fourth, Jaire Alexander (USA) intercepted for the second time in the game but Green Bay failed to score after that series. With 4:42 remaining, Ryan Succop (USA) scored another field goal to make it 31-23.
This was crunch time for Rodgers and the Packers. Crosby (USA) scored another field goal to make a five-point game with less than 3 minutes to go.
The result was practically secured after an unnecessary pull from Kevin King (USA) to Tyler Johnson (USA).
Tom Brady will be playing his 10th Super Bowl! He promised Tampa Bay would play the big game at home and he has delivered.