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Super Bowl 55 Odds Have Chiefs Favored Over Buccaneers

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After the Tampa Bay Buccaneers pulled the upset over the Green Bay Packers and the Kansas City Chiefs took apart the Buffalo Bills, the stage is finally set and we now have Super Bowl 55 odds. Patrick Mahomes will go head-to-head with Tom Brady on the biggest stage of all.

The Super Bowl 55 odds have the Chiefs as a three-point favorite over the Buccaneers. Kansas City is -165 on the moneyline while Tampa Bay is +143 . The total is set at 56 points.

 

Chiefs vs. Buccaneers Super Bowl Odds

Here are the current Super Bowl 55 Odds at FanDuel Sportsbook:

Kansas City Chiefs -3 (-118) // -165 // O 56 (-109)
Tampa Bay Buccaneers +3 (-103) // +143 // U 56 (-113)

This Super Bowl 55 line shows that the Chiefs are slight favorites, but anything can happen. Tom Brady is the greatest quarterback of all time and he always shows up when the lights are bright — as we learned once again in the NFC Championship Game.

Moneyline

The Chiefs are -165 on the money line, while the Buccaneers are +143 at DraftKings Sportsbook.

There is solid value on the moneyline for either team. The Chiefs are not overwhelming favorites, meaning they are not overly expensive for someone looking to avoid the spread. This might be an intriguing option given the Chiefs are just 2-7 ATS over their last nine games, but are 8-1 straight up. That’s pretty hard to do.

Of course, the Bucs have great value at +143. A $100 bet on the Bucs will return a profit of $143 if they win. Given Tom Brady’s big game success, this is a tough number to pass up.

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Total

The Super Bowl 55 betting total is 56 points at DraftKings Sportsbook.

This total is crazy high, but it shouldn’t be surprising to anyone. The Chiefs and Bucs are two high-scoring teams who can light it up. While Kansas City’s offense gets the headlines, it’s worth pointing out that Tampa Bay has scored at least 30 points in six straight games, so seeing this total rise into the high-50s is not a shock.

Kansas City is averaging 30.0 points per game in the playoffs after averaging 29.6 in the regular season. The Bucs are at 30.7 points per game after averaging 30.8 during the regular season.

Chiefs vs. Buccaneers Betting Splits

The early money is on the Chiefs. Generally speaking, the public tends to side with favorites early on leading up to the Super Bowl We expect to see the pendulum swing back in favor of Tampa Bay at some point in the next few days. However, look for bettors to hit the over early and often. Bettors have gone heavy on overs all year long and we don’t expect that to change in Super Bowl 55.

The total is set at a very high number, but that’s what happens when two of the best offenses in the NFL meet in the Super Bowl. As a reference point, the highest Super Bowl total ever is 57 (Super Bowl 53).

Super Bowl 55 Props

Everyone loves to bet straight up against the spread and the total, but player props are among some of the most profitable ways to bet. Week in and week out, there are tons of player props for bettors to play.

The Super Bowl is king when it comes to betting action on player props. Although player prop markets won’t hit the board until later in the week, here are some of our favorites. Keep an eye out for these player props when they hit the market.

  • Total passing yards
  • Total rushing yards
  • Total receiving yards
  • Player vs. Player matchups
  • Player to score a touchdown (first/last/anytime)

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Author: BN Staff

From the collective mind of the Bleacher Nation staff.