Super Bowl 55 Odds: Early Tampa Bay Action Moving Chiefs vs. Buccaneers Spread
Photo by Stacy Revere/Getty Images. Pictured: Tom Brady #12 and Donovan Smith #76 of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Super Bowl 55 Odds
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Well, that didn’t take long.
After the Kansas City Chiefs opened as consensus 3.5-point favorites against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers for Super Bowl 55, early bettors jumped on underdogs to push this line back to 3 (click here for updated Chiefs vs. Buccaneers odds) at the majority of shops across the market.
Frankly, it’s not all that surprising to see bettors happily gobbling up 3.5 points to back Tom Brady in the Super Bowl, especially considering the importance of 3 in NFL betting.
With the number now settled at 3, it’ll be interesting to monitor how long it takes to move off that key number (if it does).
According to our NFL PRO Projections, our model pegs the Super Bowl 55 spread at Chiefs -2.6, so the line is already moving with the projection and could potentially shift even further should the market agree with our number.
Interestingly, 83% of early spread bets and 93% of the money has come in on the Chiefs, showing that it’s likely action from respected players getting down on the Bucs as opposed to an overwhelming influx of one-sided public actoin.
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