Tampa Bay Buccaneers Road to Super Bowl LV vs. Kansas City Chiefs

Tampa Bay Buccaneers Road to Super Bowl LV vs. Kansas City Chiefs Betting Analysis

January 26th, 2021 NFL Football, Offshore Betting

At the beginning of Tampa Bay’s Super Bowl journey was the signing of Tom Brady. Without that, there is no Super Bowl bid for the Buccaneers. This perpetually pathetic franchise was born in 1976. Subsequently, they went 0-14 in that first season. It was a portent of things to come. Their only Super Bowl title was in 2002. Since then, they’ve been consistently ineffective Pro Football betting values. But over the past few years, the Buccaneers quietly acquired an impressive roster. All that was missing was a quality quarterback. Enter the GOAT!

Super Bowl LV Kansas City Chiefs vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers Betting Information

Date and Time:Sunday, February 7, 2021, 6:30 p.m. ET
Location:Raymond James Stadium, Tampa, Florida
Chiefs at Buccaneers TV Coverage:CBS
Chiefs vs. Buccaneers Odds at SBG Sportsbook:
Chiefs-3 (-115)56 (-105)-165
Buccaneers+3 (-105)56 (-115)+144
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Tampa Bay Buccaneers Super Bowl LV Odds Overview

Overall, the Buccaneers had an offshore betting record of 14-5 straight up, 11-8 vs. the odds, and 11-8 over the total. Tampa Bay got the money in six of their last eight games. Complimentary football became a staple of the Buccaneers. They ranked 3rd for scoring offense and 8th for points allowed. In the playoffs, the Bucs won at Washington 31-23. And then they beat the Saints 30-20 as 2.5-point road dogs. Previously, New Orleans beat the Bucs in both regular-season meetings. In turn, Tampa Bay won the NFC Championship 31-26 at Green Bay as 3-point dogs.

Brady Saw What Others Didn’t

In view of the Buccaneers’ miserable history, there were plenty of raised eyebrows over Tom Brady’s decision. It seemed like the GOAT was looking for secondary reasons that had nothing to do with football. Florida’s favorable business climate ranks among them. Expectations were that Brady would start building a personal business in Tampa. And that his wife demanded a warm-weather locale.

Commencing with Brady’s team workouts during the COVID shutdown, the truth emerged. The GOAT saw that Tampa Bay had a stronger supporting cast than New England. Brady was tired of New England’s lack of playmakers. That wouldn’t be a problem at Tampa Bay. Instead, Brady discovered he joined up with top-end talent. And plenty of options in his arsenal. Several months later, everyone can see what Brady saw at the start.

The Goat Seeks Lucky Number Seven

Certainly, Tom Brady is a first-ballot Hall of Famer. He is a six-time Super Bowl champion. The accolades and stats could fill several pages and aren’t necessary. The simple way to describe Brady is as the ultimate Pro Football Betting winner. Brady immediately ended A Tampa Bay tradition of losing. By reason of Brady’s arrival is a Super Bowl in his first campaign as a Buccaneer. Correspondingly his team is riding a wave of confidence. This talented band of losers needed education on winning football. Brady delivered in spades.

Bucs Lost First Meeting with Chiefs

On November 29, the Chiefs beat the Bucs 27-24 as 2.5-point road favorites. Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes outdueled Brady. Mahomes threw for 462 yards and three touchdowns. Compared to Brady’s 345 yards, three touchdowns, and two interceptions. Kansas City led 17-0 after the first quarter. And 27-10 after three quarters. Subsequently, the Bucs rallied but ran out of time.

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