On Kansas City's end, Butker hit just 88.9% (48 of 54) of his extra points this season, which was the third-worst number in the NFL. Butker's percentage was even worse on the road as he hit just 86.2% (25 of 29) of his extra points. For the Buccaneers
, Succop wasn't much better as he hit just 91.2% (52 of 57) of his extra points. Succop and Butker combined to missed 11 extra points, which is an incredibly high number when you consider that the TEN best extra point kickers this season also combined to miss 11.
In the four Super Bowls that have been held in Tampa, kickers have made just 75% of their kicks (9 of 12) with the misses coming from 41, 44 and 47.
Also, it's probably worth mentioning that Tampa is basically a kickers' graveyard. The Buccaneers have been churning through kickers over the years and one reason might be due to the fact that Tampa is a tough place to kick. Not only is it rainy, but it can also be windy and that wind usually only blows one way
, which means a kicker has to deal with it for at least two quarters per game.
In the 2020 season, NFL kickers managed to hit just 77.8% of their kicks at Raymond James Stadium and that's only because Succop went 11 of 12 at home. If you take the home kicker out, opposing kickers were only able to convert 66.7% of their field goals (10 of 15) in Tampa. Even worse, home kickers only converted 50% of their kicks (5 of 10) from 30 yards or longer and they were just 1 of 5 from that beyond that magical 43-yard mark.