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2020-2021 NFL Season Update

After all the drama and intrigue, there’s just one game left in the 2020-21 NFL campaign: Super Bowl LV, which kicks off Sunday, February 7 at 6:30 PM ET on CBS. Raymond James Stadium in Tampa is this year’s venue, which means for the first time ever, there will be a true home team: the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. They’ll host the defending champion Kansas City Chiefs, who opened as 3.5-point favorites on the NFL betting lines at Bovada Sportsbook.

This should be one for the ages. We’ve got two of the greatest quarterbacks in the league: Tom Brady for Tampa, and Patrick Mahomes for the Chiefs. Can Mahomes win his second Super Bowl ring in three full seasons at the helm – just like Brady did at the start of his career? Or will Brady add a seventh title to his collection, and his first since leaving the New England Patriots behind? All will be revealed on Super Bowl Sunday.

NFL Odds to Win the Super Bowl

Now that there are only two teams left standing, betting on NFL futures is closed – at least for this season. But you can still pick either the Chiefs or the Buccaneers on the moneyline and spread. Here’s how their odds look at Bovada as we go to press:

1. Kansas City Chiefs (–170)

It’s fair to say the Chiefs (16-2 SU, 8-10 ATS) have a slight advantage over Tampa Bay in this matchup. Mahomes is the better quarterback at this point, piloting the best offense in the league for head coach Andy Reid. Kansas City also have the better special teams in this matchup; it’s their defense that could prove to be their Achilles’ heel. However, defensive coordinator Steve Spagnuolo has enjoyed at least some success against Brady, helping the New York Giants win Super Bowl XLII as 12-point underdogs on the NFL betting lines.

2. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (+150)

The Buccaneers (14-5 SU, 11-8 ATS) have a talented offense too, led by Brady and head coach Bruce Arians, who won two titles as a coordinator for the Pittsburgh Steelers. But it’s their defense that will be the focus of NFL betting veterans. They helped vanquish the New Orleans Saints and the Green Bay Packers in the previous two rounds, both times allowing Tampa Bay to cash in as small road dogs. This time, they’ll enjoy the comforts of home – the same venue where they lost 27-24 to the Chiefs in Week 12, but covered at +3.5.

In addition to the spread and moneyline, there’s a big total of 56.5 points on the board at Bovada Sportsbook, as well as the first of what will soon be hundreds of Super Bowl props. Hit that refresh button for the latest Super Bowl LV odds as we get closer to the big game in Tampa.



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