Tampa Bay Buccaneers head coach Bruce Arians has little left to prove in his NFL coaching career. Heading to Super Bowl LV, Arians could finally nab his first championship win, capping off an impressive coaching resume.
If Arians gets his first championship win, it wouldn't be surprising for the 68-year-old to exit on a high note and retire. However, the head coach won't be content with just one Super Bowl ring if his team wins this year.
Instead, Tampa's head coach wants to run it back and try to become one of the few teams to win back-to-back championships. With a loaded roster headlined by Tom Brady, the Bucs could find themselves competing again next year, so there's little reason for Arians to not see if he can help lead his team to a second straight ring.
Obviously, the Bucs need to take care of business this year before thinking about being repeat champions. Their opponent in Super Bowl LV, the Kansas City Chiefs, is hoping to pull off the feat this year. Former MVP Patrick Mahomes leads an electric offense that is favored by 3 points over the Buccaneers in the championship, according to FanDuel Sportsbook.
With Arians already thinking about coming back to Tampa, even if the Bucs don't win this year, it's easy to see him returning for another shot with Brady and company.
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