The long-awaited duel between the Buccaneers and the Chiefs in the context of the 55e Super Bowl will have left fans hungry for suspense, but Tom Brady added a layer to his legend by winning a seventh title. In this last episode of the season, The paying zone promises its followers a spectacle more captivating than that of the ultimate match!
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Jokes aside, the Buccaneers’ complete and outrageous dominance has surprised many. A loss for the Chiefs is one thing, but they have never been so humiliated before since Patrick Mahomes was their quarterback.
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Our analysts are looking at this unequivocal Bucs victory over Tom Brady. What strategies have led them to dominate both on offense and defense? What went wrong with the Chiefs? The answers to all of your Super Bowl questions can be found in this episode that covers the Big Game.
Our expert Jean Carrier also offers you an overview of the most astounding statistics in relation to this duel. For his part, Stéphane Cadorette transports you into the depths of a delirious conversation with Antony Auclair, during the hours which followed the triumph of the Quebecer, at the heart of the celebrations.
Now that the Super Bowl is behind us, we don’t waste time and The paying zone dwells immediately on the big issues that will lead the news in the coming weeks in the NFL. What off season?
Impossible to close this season by ignoring the inimitable section “At the bar!”. This time, a necessary heaviness and the usual lightness of the segment come together for a striking moment. Thank you to all listeners for listening to you very soon!
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