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Tampa Bay Buccaneers Super Bowl LV Prop Bets

2021 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Super Bowl LV Prop Bets

Account of both teams’ star power, does Sunday potentially bring a Super Bowl best game in history.  And when it comes to props betting, the big names on Tampa Bay loom large.  Starting with the GOAT himself, Tom Brady.  Of course, part of the props strategy is in line with the game itself.  How you bet the game leads into how you will bet the props.  Brady works with assets like Leonard Fournette, Mike Evans, Chris Godwin, and Cameron Brate. Correlate their strong playoff performances.  And who is to say Rob Gronkowski won’t emerge as a deciding factor.

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 (-115) 56 (-106) -172
Buccaneers +3 (-105) 56 (-114) +149
Place Bets

Quarterback Tom Brady Props

At the onset are over/unders of 25.5 completions, 38.5 pass attempts, and 295.5 yards passing for Tom Brady.  Online sportsbook odds have Brady at -140 to throw an interception and +120 not to toss a pick. Brady’s over/under for TD passes is 2.5.

Thus far, Brady has posted playoff pass completion totals of 22, 18, and 20.  The GOAT has totaled 381, 199, and 280 yards passing in three postseason games. Brady has thrown two, two, and three touchdown passes in the playoffs.

Running Back Leonard Fournette Props

Leonard Fournette has an over/under of 10.5 rushing attempts.  And then Fournette has totals of 43.5 yards rushing, 11.5 yards for a longest rush, 3.5 receptions, and 22.5 receiving yards.

Following a quiet regular season, Fournette has emerged as betting on Super Bowl asset.  Fournette has totaled 93, 63, and 55 yards rushing in the Bucs three playoff games.  His rushing attempt totals were 19, 17, and 12. He scored one touchdown in two of the three postseason games.

Wide Receiver Mike Evans Props

Mike Evans opened at over/unders of 4.5 for pass receptions and 67.5 receiving yards.  And then Evans is an over/under of 23.5 yards for his longest reception.  His Super Bowl betting odds for a touchdown reception is -115 yes and -105 no.

Commencing with the NFL playoff games, Evans has six, one, and three catches.  He has totaled 119, three, and 51 yards.  And he has one touchdown in two of the three postseason games.

Wide Receiver Chris Godwin Props

Chris Godwin opened with a Super Bowl betting over/under of 5.5 receptions, 74.5 yards receiving, and 25.5 yards for the longest reception.  Godwin is -115 to score a touchdown and -105 not to find paydirt.

Godwin has shown some consistency in the postseason.  To illuminate, he has totals of five, four, and five catches in the three playoff games.  He has totaled 79, 34, and 110 yards.  Godwin has one touchdown.

Tight Ends Cameron Brate and Rob Gronkowski Props

Cameron Brate is an NFL gambling over/under of three for pass receptions.  Further, Brate is at 34.5 receiving yards, +300 to score a touchdown, and -360 to not score a TD.  Rob Gronkowski is +175 to score a touchdown and -200 not to score a TD.

Namely, Cameron Brate has emerged as the most significant new impact player in the postseason. Brate has totals of four, four, and three receptions in the three playoff games.  And Brate has totaled 80, 50, and 19 yards receiving with one touchdown.  By contrast, Gronk has two catches and no touchdowns.  But he has a history of coming up big with Brady in their Patriots days.

Kicker Ryan Succop Props

To summarize. Ryan Succop has over/unders of 8.5 for points scored and 1.5 for total field goals.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers CashBet Props Free Picks

Cause by his popularity, Brady is likely overpriced.  The GOAT commands too much casual public money.  Betting Brady under in his categories would mean getting the better price.  In the same way, that means Tampa Bay’s receivers are likely overpriced in relation to that.


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