Tampa Bay Buccaneers should be expected to win-out after matchup with Kansas City Chiefs
There’s no telling what might happen this weekend for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in their matchup against the Kansas City Chiefs, but we should know the results the rest of the way through the 2020 season.
The Buccaneers (7-4) will take on the Chiefs (9-1) this Sunday afternoon in a game that will be televised nationally. Tampa Bay is coming off a disappointing loss to the LA Rams and Vegas expects that to be amplified by another loss this weekend to the reigning Super Bowl champions.
The honest truth is that this Bucs team has the talent to compete- especially with how that Chiefs defense has looked this season- but you never know what the execution will look like once the game actually begins to unfold.
No matter what happens in the game against the Chiefs on Sunday, though, the Buccaneers should go undefeated the rest of the season
After the Bucs play the Chiefs, this is a look at their remaining schedule:
- Bye week
- vs. Minnesota Vikings
- @ Atlanta Falcons
- @ Detroit Lions
- vs. Atlanta Falcons
Which of those teams strikes fear into your heart? The remaining three times on the schedule (the Falcons will be played twice) are a combined 11-19 on the season. Unless something major changes, not one of these teams are even going to come close to qualifying for a postseason berth. Even if they were to win out, they could miss out.
The Bucs are going to be favored by a touchdown or more in each of these games and even though the Falcons have had their number at times, there’s no reason that Tampa shouldn’t win all four of those games when it’s all said and done.
As long as the Bucs take care of business, even a loss to the Chiefs would see them end up with an 11-5 record and lock up a playoff spot.