Super Bowl 55 Odds, Picks & Predictions: The Big Chiefs vs. Buccaneers Spread Betting Edge

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Super Bowl 55 Odds

Chiefs Odds -3
Buccaneers Odds +3
Over/Under 56.5
PRO Projections Chiefs -2.1 | O/U: 56.4
Time | Channel  6:30 p.m. ET | CBS

Following a flurry of early line movement, like the Tampa Bay Buccaneers adjusting from +3.5 to +3 and the total dropping from 57.5 to 56, Super Bowl 55 odds appear to have settled in for the long haul.

It’s not uncommon for the Super Bowl betting market to remain quiet during the off week between Conference Championship Sunday and Super Sunday, but that doesn’t mean bettors should completely ignore the game either.

In fact, this is the precise situation behind the development of our PRO betting tools, which continually aggregate the latest data to unearth the top values available at any given moment.

Despite the early line movement, The Action Network’s NFL PRO Projections still see one Super Bowl 55 bet popping with value — a bet with an insatiable 7.7% edge at the time of writing.

Let’s dive into the Chiefs vs. Bucs edge to jump on right now.

Super Bowl 55 Pick

The Super Bowl 55 spread has steadied at Tampa Bay +3, at varying juice, across the market (click here for the latest Chiefs vs. Buccaneers odds).

And even though this number has already traveled from +3.5 to +3, our NFL model still shows meat left on the Bucs bone.

We project the spread at Tampa Bay +2.1, which is a significant difference from the current spread considering the importance of the number 3 in NFL betting.

It all breaks down to a 7.7% betting edge, which earns an enticing A-minus grade from our PRO Projections feature.

PRO Projections Pick: Buccaneers +3

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