We’re in for another intriguing Super Bowl matchup almost destined to be a classic. Tom Brady vs. Patrick Mahomes. “The GOAT” vs. “The Kid.” Hollywood couldn’t script it better. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers will make NFL history when it becomes the first team ever to play in a Super Bowl in their home stadium. Quarterback Brady looks to further his legacy as he tries to win his seventh Lombardi Trophy.
The Kansas City Chiefs and quarterback Mahomes are looking to win the Super Bowl for a second consecutive season, a feat that would undoubtedly cement Mahomes’ legacy as one of the best quarterbacks ever to play. That speaks volumes for a player in only his fourth season.
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Here are the current betting odds via FanDuel Sportsbook: (odds subject to change)
Super Bowl LV: Kansas City Chiefs vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
(February 7, 2021 – Kickoff @ 6:30 p.m. ET on CBS)
Moneyline: KC: (-176), TB: (+148)
Spread: KC: -3 (-122), TB: +3 (+100)
Total: 56.5 – Over: (-106), Under: (-114)
With the line currently at a field goal, oddsmakers are expecting a close game. The spread opened at Chiefs -3.5. However, early money on the Buccaneers moved the line by a half-point to Chiefs -3. The Total has also dropped from 57 to 56.5, indicating that early bettors believe the score won’t be that high. It will be interesting to see where these lines end up on February 7 as more money pours in.
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