Super Bowl

Current Odds: Kansas City Chiefs vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers

History of Super Bowl Odds

LIV (Feb 2, 2020) Kansas City 31, San Francisco 20 KC -1.5 (53)
LIII (Feb 3, 2019) New England 13, Los Angeles 3 NE -2.5 (55.5)
LII (Feb 4, 2018) Philadelphia 41, New England 33 NE -4.5 (49)
LI (Feb 5, 2017) New England 34, Atlanta 28 NE -3 (57.5)
L (Feb 7, 2016) Denver 24, Carolina 10 CAR -4.5 (43)
XLIX (Feb 1, 2015) New England 28, Seattle 24 SEA -1 (47.5)
XLVIII (Feb 2, 2014) Seattle 43, Denver 8 DEN -2 (47.5)
XLVII (Feb 3, 2013) Baltimore 34, San Francisco 31 SF -4.5 (48)
XLVI (Feb 5, 2012) N.Y. Giants 21, New England 17 NE -2.5 (53)
XLV (Feb 6 2011) Green Bay 31, Pittsburgh 25 GB -3 (45)
XLIV (Feb 7, 2010) New Orleans 31, Indianapolis 17 IND -5 (57)
XLIII (Feb 1, 2009) Pittsburgh 27, Arizona 23 PIT -7 (46)
XLII (Feb 3, 2008) N.Y. Giants 17, New England 14 NE -12 (55)
XLI (Feb 4, 2007) Indianapolis 29, Chicago 17 IND -7 (47)
XL (Feb 5, 2006) Pittsburgh 21, Seattle 10 PIT -4 (47)
XXIX (Feb 6, 2005) New England 24, Philadelphia 21 NE -7 (46.5)
XXXVIII (Feb 1, 2004) New England 32, Carolina 29 NE -7 (37.5)
XXXVII (Jan 26, 2003) Tampa Bay 48, Oakland 21 OAK -4 (44)
XXXVI (Feb 3, 2002) New England 20, St. Louis 17 STL -14 (53)
XXXV (Jan 28, 2001) Baltimore 34, N.Y. Giants 7 BAL -3 (33)
XXXIV (Jan 30, 2000) St. Louis 23, Tennessee 16 STL -7 (45)
XXXIII (Jan 31, 1999) Denver 34, Atlanta 19 DEN -7.5 (52.5)
XXXII (Jan 25, 1998) Denver 31, Green Bay 24 GB -11 (49)
XXXI (Jan 26, 1997) Green Bay 35, New England 21 GB -14 (49)
XXX (Jan 28, 1996) Dallas 27, Pittsburgh 17 DAL -13.5 (51)
XXIX (Jan 29, 1995) San Francisco 49, San Diego 26 SF -18.5 (53.5)
XXVIII (Jan 30, 1994) Dallas 30, Buffalo 13 DAL -10.5 (50.5)
XXVII (Jan 31, 1993) Dallas 52, Buffalo 17 DAL -6.5 (44.5)
XXVI (Jan 26, 1992) Washington 37, Buffalo 24 WAS -7 (49)
XXV (Jan 27, 1991) N.Y. Giants 20, Buffalo 19 BUF -7 (40.5)
XXIV (Jan 28, 1990) San Francisco 55, Denver 10 SF -12 (48)
XXIII (Jan 22, 1989) San Francisco 20, Cincinnati 16 SF -7 (48)
XXII (Jan 31, 1988) Washington 42, Denver 10 DEN -3 (47)
XXI (Jan 25, 1987) N.Y. Giants 39, Denver 20 NYG -9.5 (40)
XX (Jan 26, 1986) Chicago 46, New England 10 CHI -10 (37.5)
XIX (Jan 20, 1985) San Francisco 38, Miami 16 SF -3.5 (53.5)
XVIII (Jan 22, 1984) L.A. Raiders 38, Washington 9 WAS -3 (48)
XVII (Jan 30, 1983) Washington 27, Miami 17 MIA -3 (36.5)
XVI (Jan 24, 1982) San Francisco 26, Cincinnati 21 SF -1 (48)
XV (Jan 25, 1981) Oakland 27, Philadelphia 10 PHI -3 (37.5)
XIV (Jan 20, 1980) Pittsburgh 31, L.A. Rams 19 PIT -10.5 (36)
XIII (Jan 21, 1979) Pittsburgh 35, Dallas 31 PIT -3.5 (37)
XII (Jan 15, 1978) Dallas 27, Denver 10 DAL -6 (39)
XI (Jan 9, 1977) Oakland 34, Minnesota 14 OAK -4 (38)
X (Jan 18, 1976) Pittsburgh 21, Dallas 17 PIT -7 (36)
IX (Jan 12, 1975) Pittsburgh 16, Minnesota 6 PIT -3 (33)
VIII (Jan 13, 1974) Miami 24, Minnesota 7 MIA -6.5 (33)
VII (Jan 14, 1973) Miami 14, Washington 7 MIA -1 (33)
VI (Jan 16, 1972) Dallas 24, Miami 3 DAL -6 (34)
V (Jan 17, 1971) Baltimore 16, Dallas 13 BAL -2.5 (36)
IV (Jan 11, 1970) Kansas City 23, Minnesota 7 MIN -12 (39)
III (Jan 12, 1969) N.Y. Jets 16, Baltimore 7 BAL-18 (40)
II (Jan 14, 1968) Green Bay 33, Oakland 14 GB -13.5 (43)
I (Jan 15, 1967) Green Bay 35, Kansas City 10 GB -14 (N/A)

Super Bowl Odds History

In less than a week, we’ll see one of the greatest quarterback face-offs in NFL history. Tom Brady and his newfound Buccaneers team will host Patrick Mahomes and the defending champion Kansas City Chiefs at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa for Super Bowl LV. Both teams have overcome a number of challenges to get here and are ready to battle for supremacy. Kick-off is set for 6:30 PM ET on Sunday, February 7, with CBS providing the coverage. To get you ready for it, we’ve prepared an in-depth analysis of the Super Bowl betting odds, including the spread, moneyline and total—as seen in our sportsbook at the time of publication. 

Super Bowl Spread, Moneyline, and Total Analysis

The Kansas City Chiefs opened as 3.5-point favourites on the spread and with early Super Bowl betting falling on the Buccaneers, the Chiefs’ odds have decreased to —3. For those who want a simple straight pick with no spread involved; the Chiefs are —165 on the moneyline, and the Bucs are available as +145 underdogs. We’re looking at a 56.5-point total, with the over and under equally priced at —110.

Kansas City Chiefs Betting Preview

It’s the plight of any defending champion: expectations sky-rocket, and bettors don’t get to benefit on the betting lines quite as much as they did during the championship season. This has been the case for KC, who’ve gone 7-9 against the spread in the regular after going 10-5-1 in the 2019-20 season. In the playoffs, they’ve gone 1-1 ATS thus far, as they failed to cover the 8-point spread in their Divisional Round against the Cleveland Browns, but had no trouble covering the 3-point spread in their AFC Conference game against the Buffalo Bills. 

Moneyline bettors have fared better with their Chiefs support this season, winning 16 games and losing just two during the regular season and playoffs combined. With —165 moneyline odds for Super Bowl LV, the Chiefs have a bit more chalk this time around than last year, when they were much almost marginal favourites against Jimmy Garoppolo and the 49ers. As for the Chiefs’ Over/Under record: they’ve split games right down the middle at 8-8 during the regular season and also split the Over/Under in the playoffs, going over the 55-point total with the Bills, and under the 55.5-point total with the Browns.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers Betting Preview

Coming off a 7-9 season in 2019-20, Tampa Bay didn’t have to deal with high expectations like Kansas City did—especially before the Tom Brady deal was announced. Anyone who scooped them up on the futures market before that point in the offseason is certainly feeling good about their prospects heading into Super Bowl LV. Tampa Bay covered the spread in 9 of 16 games this regular season and went 2-1 ATS in the playoffs, where they’ve had to overcome their underdog status on two occasions. 

With an Over/Under record of 9-7, Tampa Bay has tended to go over the posted total this season. That trend continued into the postseason, where the Bucs went over in their games against Washington and Green Bay, and under against the New Orleans Saints. 

Kansas City Chiefs vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers Betting Preview

The last time Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs faced Tom Brady and the Buccaneers was in Week 12 of this regular season. KC entered with a 9-1 record up to that point, whereas the Bucs were coming off of two losses in their prior three games. The spread was hovering around 3.5 points, and the total was pegged at 56 points, much like it is now.  

The game started with the Chiefs putting up a 17 points on the scoreboard through a field goal and two deep passes to Tyreek Hill. By the fourth quarter the Bucs were down 27-10 and looking to mount a comeback; two scores from Mike Evans got them to 27-24—close enough to cover but not win. The 51-point total score meant that the Under was the right pick for the Week 12 matchup.

While there’s no certainty in applying last the matchup results to a future game, as the variables are considerable, it can shed some light on how these two teams’ playing styles stack up. Do your best to predict the outcome and we hope that you get to enjoy the glory that comes from winning alongside your Super bowl bets at Bodog Sportsbook. 

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