Latest Super Bowl Odds For Chiefs vs. Buccaneers: Over/Under Falling with Late Money
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Super Bowl 55 odds movement has been boring.
As is typically the case, the Chiefs vs. Buccaneers spread and total took some market-moving action immediately after opening two weeks ago, but odds have largely settled in since then.
However, with betting limits up and kick off quickly approaching, money is flowing on the Super Bowl 55 over/under, driving late Chiefs vs. Buccaneers odds movement.
Here’s how late money is shifting the Super Bowl 55 total.
Updated 2021 Super Bowl Odds
The Super Bowl 55 total opened at 57.5 and sat at 56 for better part of the past two weeks.
However, that all changed shortly before 4 p.m. ET today when steam hit the under, pushing the Chiefs vs. Buccaneers total down to a consensus of 55.5 (check real-time odds here).
Steam refers to sudden, uniform line movement across the entire betting market and is often the result of respected bettors getting down on the same wager at multiple sportsbooks, all at once.
With the Super Bowl 55 kickoff only hours away, just 32% of bets have come in on the under, yet those tickets represent 54% of the money.
A difference in betting tickets and actual dollars wagered signals that the biggest bets have been hitting the Chiefs vs. Bucs under.
If you do plan on following this late line move, be sure to visit our NFL Live Odds Page and shop for the best odds possible.