The Bucs are playing in their home stadium for the Super Bowl. However, will they be considered the home team, or will the Chiefs with a better record and a division winner be the home team per the NFL? Also, When the Bucs score, will they allow the cannons to be fired?
I think the home field advantage in this game has more to do with what they don’t have to do than what they get out of it. They won’t have to do any kind of crazy traveling or preparation for that. They will be in a place they are familiar with. It’s also really fucking cool it’s in their own building and I would suspect they would want to play as well as possible to defend their home field.
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