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Brady and the Bucs Will Attract Big Betting Handle at Super Bowl LV

Tom Brady and the Buccaneers will Attract Big Betting Handle at Super Bowl LV

At the onset of Tom Brady’s Tampa Bay arrival were doubts.   Brady caught many football community members off guard.  Why would the GOAT of quarterbacks come to a perpetual loser?  Brady arrived with six Super Bowl championship rings in his career.  Tampa Bay’s only Super Bowl championship was in 2002.  However, Brady saw the Buccaneers’ potential to beat the Super Bowl betting odds.   Tampa Bay offered a higher quality supporting cast than what Brady had at the end in New England.  In fact, the Patriots’ popgun offense was the deciding factor in his departure.  Brady made a wise decision.

Super Bowl LV Chiefs vs. Buccaneers Betting Information

Date: Sunday, February 7, 2021
Time: 6:30 p.m. ET
Location: Raymond James Stadium, Tampa, Florida
TV Coverage: CBS

Kansas City Chiefs vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers Betting Odds

Chiefs -3 (-119) 56 (-105) -170
Buccaneers +3 (-105) 56 (-115) +148
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CashBet Moneyline:  Kansas City Chiefs -170 vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers +150

Tampa Bay Buccaneers Super Bowl LV Odds CashBet Wagering Analysis

Now the Buccaneers are 14-5 straight up, 11-8 against the spread, and 11-8 over the total.  Tampa Bay is one of the hottest teams you can find at a top online sportsbook.  Seven payouts in their last ten games have made gamblers happy.  There was a time when Tampa Bay was not looking like a championship threat.  To show the Bucs lost three of four games from Week nine through week 12.  But from there, they caught fire.  Gamblers love to bet on momentum and streaks.  Recent performance makes the Buccaneers a hot property with handicappers.

Tom Brady Proves What Everyone Already Knew

Tom Brady was universally acknowledged as the GOAT of quarterbacks when he departed New England.  The 2020 season reinforces that fact.  At the beginning of the season, the Buccaneers weren’t top tier Betting on Super Bowl favorites.  And heading into the stretch run, gamblers doubted them more.  But when the games mattered most, Brady was at his best.  Tampa Bay fed off that to become NFC champions.  In his final four regular-season games, Brady’s worst rating in a game was 117.8.

In the NFC championship game, Brady threw three interceptions.  But when it was crunch time, Brady delivered.  His 39-yard touchdown pass to Scotty Miller at the end of the first half proved to be the backbreaker.

On the whole, Brady brings a leadership intangible invisible on the stat sheet.  Players expect to win with him as the quarterback.  Most of the key Tampa Bay players from 2019 are still on the team.  Concurrently the Buccaneers have an entirely different attitude.  In 2019 they knew they’d find a way to lose.  But this season they believe they’ll find a way to win.

A Strong Supporting Cast  

Tom Brady was correct in assessing Tampa Bay’s roster as Super Bowl Best material.  Running back Leonard Fournette has been a clutch playoff performer on the ground and catching passes.  So too have Wide receivers Chris Godwin and Mike Evans shown playoff reliability.  Tight end Cameron Brate proved he could outplay Rob Gronkowski.  Yet Gronk has had selected vital moments too.  Kicker Ryan Succop is 8-8 on postseason field goals.  And fearless when it comes to big kicks.

In Defense of a Strong Unit

Tampa Bay’s defense has emerged as a Super Bowl betting asset.  To illuminate, the Bucs ranked 6th in the NFL and 8th for points allowed.  Tampa Bay ranked an impressive 5th for turnovers. Don’t think for a minute Brady didn’t see the unit’s potential.  Complementary football is mandatory for Super Bowl success.  And the Buccaneers defense has exemplified that in 2020.

Namely, linebacker Shaquil Barrett had eight sacks in the regular season and three more in the playoffs.  Linebacker Jason Pierre Paul added 9.5 sacks in the regular season and two in the playoffs.

Stepping Up in Class

While Tampa Bay has had a strong run, they’re going up against the NFL’s best on Super Sunday.  Kansas City beat the Bucs 27-24 as 3.5-point road chalks on November 29.  KC jumped out to a 17-0 lead and then took their foot off the gas. Patrick Mahomes threw for 462 yards and three touchdowns.


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