Tampa Bay Buccaneers
2nd in NFC South
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Buccaneers InjuriesAll NFL Injuries
OJ Howard (Achilles) is out for the season.
Out for Season
Alexander Cappa (Ankle) is out this week.
Raven Greene (Shoulder) is out this week.
Buccaneers 2021 Schedule
|QB||Tom Brady||Blaine Gabbert||Ryan Griffin|
|RB||Ronald Jones||LeSean McCoy||Leonard Fournette|
|WR||Mike Evans||Justin Watson||Tyler Johnson|
|TE||Rob Gronkowski||Cameron Brate|
|TE||OJ Howard||Antony Auclair|
|LT||Donovan Smith||Josh Wells|
|LG||Ali Marpet||Aaron Stinnie|
|C||Ryan Jensen||A.Q. Shipley|
|RT||Tristan Wirfs||Joe Haeg|
|PR||Scott Miller||Sean Bunting|
|KR||Jaydon Mickens||Antoine Winfield|
|ILB||Devin White||Kevin Minter|
|OLB||Shaquil Barrett||Anthony Nelson||Cameron Gill|
|CB||Carlton Davis||Jamel Dean|
|DL||William Gholston||Khalil Davis|
|NT||Vita Vea||Rakeem Nunez-Roches|
|ILB||Lavonte David||Jack Cichy|
|OLB||Jason Pierre-Paul||Quinton Bell|
|DL||Ndamukong Suh||Patrick O'Connor|
|S||Jordan Whitehead||Andrew Adams|
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Tampa Bay Buccaneers
No need to worry, Buccaneers fans: The 2020 season wasn't just a dream.
The Buccaneers under head coach Bruce Arians and new QB Tom Brady managed to turn around the franchise overnight, taking them from 7-9 in 2019 to 11-5 in 2020. Of course, you know how the season ended: The Bucs ran through the NFC Playoffs and then took down Patrick Mahomes and the to win Super Bowl LV, 31-9.
The band is getting back together in 2021, and oddsmakers are expecting another brilliant season in Tampa Bay. As long as everyone stays healthy, Bucs fans should expect a ton of wins and another playoff run.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers Point Spreads
The Buccaneers didn't just play well against the NFL -- they also were great bets in the betting market, covering the spread at a 56.2% rate in the regular season. Spread bets, if you don't know, are very common wagers in the U.S., and they're just bets on the margin of victory in the game.
Here’s a brief example of a spread for a Buccaneers game:
- Buccaneers -2.5 (-110)
- Saints +2.5 (-110)
In this spot, the Bucs are 2.5-point favorites over the , which means a spread bet on Tampa Bay doesn't just need a win -- it needs a win by a certain amount of points. This Bucs would cash only if they beat the Saints by a field goal or more. If the Saints beat the Bucs outright or just kept the game within three points, Bucs bettors would lose money.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers Over/Unders
Last season, it was profitable for over bettors to wager on Bucs games, especially on the road, where overs hit in seven of the Bucs' 11 games. , sometimes called totals, are wager types around the point total of the game. There are many bets you can make, including on just one team, but the most common bet is around the combined points by both squads in the game.
Let's say the Bucs vs. game has an over/under of 46.5 points. That's the number set by oddsmakers at sportsbooks, and bets are completely tied around that number, though it could move throughout the week. An over bet would cash if the teams combined for 47 or more points, while an under bet would cash at 46 or fewer points. If it's a whole number, it's possible for a game to in which neither side of the bet loses.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers Moneylines
If you think Tom Brady and Co. will win a ton of games this year, but you're a little unsure about spread betting, moneylines make things more simple. Moneyline bets are wagers just on which team will win. If you bet on the Buccaneers and they beat their opponent, you'd win regardless of the margin of victory.
That's simple, but the odds can be a little confusing at first. Think of them in increments of $10 or $100 to make things easier: A Bucs moneyline of -250 means you have to pay $25 for every $10 you want to win, or $250 for every $100. If a team is an underdog, they'll have plus odds, and the payouts are just reversed. A Bucs moneyline of +130 would profit $13 for every $10 bet.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers Props
Between Tom Brady, Mike Evans, Chris Godwin, and Rob Gronkowski, there are no shortage of star names on the Bucs roster. And you can bet on any of those players individually in any given game. Those bets are called player props, and they're tied to the statistical output found on the box score.
For example, you can bet on a ton of Bucs props like Tom Brady to throw for over/under a certain amount of passing yards, Mike Evans to catch a set amount of passes, or Gronk to spike it in the end zone.
Will seven-time Super Bowl champion Tom Brady get number eight? You can bet on that at any sportsbook, too. That's called a futures bet, and it refers to pretty much any wager that settles at the end of year.
Some Bucs that will be among the most popular among NFL bettors in 2021 include the Bucs to win the Super Bowl again, the Bucs to take home the NFC South division, Tom Brady to win another NFL MVP, and more.