The NFL power dynamic has gradually shifted over the past five seasons. While Super Bowls were snooze fests, some will be remembered fondly by fans over the years to come. Here's how the Super Bowl played out over the past five years.
Led by Tom Brady the Buccaneers claimed their first Super Bowl title in close to two decades by trouncing the Kansas City Chiefs 31-9 in Super Bowl LV.
The AFC champions Kansas City Chiefs had defeated the National Football Conference champion San Francisco 49ers back in 2020. The Chiefs in signature fashion led a comeback by Patrick Mahomes to win 31–20.
The New England Patriots defeated the Los Angeles Rams 13–3. This game is remembered as possibly one of the most boring Super Bowls played out in NFL history with just one scoring touchdown.
Super Bowl LII was a different story. Thanks to some 'Philly Magic', the Philadelphia Eagles beat Brady's Patriots 41-33 in what was a memorable Super Bowl tie.
Super Bowl LI. This 34–28 stunner remains one of the most talked about Super Bowls in recent times thanks to the incredible comeback pulled off by the New England Patriots. Falcons fans, look away for your own good.