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Buccaneers Focusing on Tyreek Hill in Gameplan for Super Bowl Rematch With Chiefs

Isaiah De Los Santos
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are making sure to focus on Tyreek Hill in their Super Bowl game against the Kansas City Chiefs.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are making sure to focus on Tyreek Hill in their Super Bowl game against the Kansas City Chiefs. / Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images
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Two top offenses will face each other in Super Bowl, with the Kansas City Chiefs traveling to face the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. It won't be the first showdown between these teams this season though, as the Chiefs edged out the Bucs 27-24 in Week 12.

Kansas City wide receiver Tyreek Hill had a huge impact on that game, and Tampa head coach Bruce Arians is making tweaks to the gameplan in hopes of slowing down the electric wideout.

Arians is planning on his team providing more help to the cornerbacks in their rematch, which is a step in the direction if they want to prevent Hill from another huge game.

The Kansas City WR absolutely torched the Bucs' secondary in Week 12, popping off for a career-high 269 yards and 3 TDs on 13 catches. Tampa had no answer for Hill, who's known by the nickname "Cheetah" because of his blinding speed.

It's not just the Buccaneers who had trouble keeping up with Hill, as the wideout put up a monstrous campaign in 2020, totaling 1,276 yards (eighth in the league) and 15 touchdowns (second in the league).

Keeping Hill from popping off is a key for Tampa if they want to pull off the upset in Super Bowl LV. The Chiefs are 3-point favorites over the Buccaneers, per FanDuel Sportsbook.



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