Super Bowl 55 Odds, Picks: Big Bets Driving Early Chiefs vs. Buccaneers Over/Under Movement

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Super Bowl 55 Odds

Chiefs Odds -3
Buccaneers Odds +3
Over/Under 56
PRO Projections Chiefs -2.3 | O/U: 56.5
Time | Channel  6:30 p.m. ET | CBS
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Super Bowl 55 is set, and as is often the case in this game, there was a flurry of early Chiefs vs. Buccaneers odds movement immediately after the line opened.

To start, bettors quickly gobbled up the hook to push Tampa Bay down from +3.5 to +3.

Additionally, big early bets came down on the Chiefs vs. Bucs total as well, which initially opened as the highest over/under in Super Bowl history.

Using our Live NFL Odds and public betting data, let’s look at how the Super Bowl 55 total has already moved and the bet already attracting market-moving money.

Super Bowl 55 Odds Movement

As I mentioned above, the Super Bowl 55 opening total of 57.5 was the highest of all-time, well, for a hot minute as the kids was say.

It took less than an hour for this number to drop from 57.5 to the current total of 56 (click here for the latest Super Bowl 55 odds), and big bets are the reason.

The Action Network’s NFL betting data shows 70% of bets have hit the over thus far, yet 94% of the money is on the under.

This is a dead giveaway that oddsmakers are seeing significantly-sized wagers on the under, which is confirmed by the 1.5-point over/under movement.

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