Tampa Bay Buccaneers

  • The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are now (+500) co-favorites with the Kansas City Chiefs to win the Super Bowl.
  • The Buffalo Bills’ odds shortened a bit after their 35-0 shut out over the Miami Dolphins.
  • The Las Vegas Raiders went from about (+6000) to (+3300) after their 2-0 start.

TAMPA – The Super Bowl 56 odds race has seen a new team be labeled a favorite as the Tampa Bay Buccaneers have closed the gap with the Kansas City Chiefs. Plus, a new team is creeping towards the upper end of the rankings.

Super Bowl 56 Winner Odds Board

Kansas City Chiefs +500

Tampa Bay Buccaneers +500

Buffalo Bills +1100

Los Angeles Rams +1100

San Francisco 49ers +1100

Baltimore Ravens +1400

Cleveland Browns +1400

Green Bay Packers +1400

Seattle Seahawks +2000

Arizona Cardinals +2500

Dallas Cowboys +2500

Tennessee Titans +2500

Denver Broncos +2800

New Orleans Saints +3000

Las Vegas Raiders +3300

Los Angeles Chargers +3300

New England Patriots +3300

Miami Dolphins +4000

Pittsburgh Steelers +4500

Carolina Panthers +5000

Indianapolis Colts +5000

Minnesota Vikings +5000

Philadelphia Eagles +6600

Washington Football Team +8000

Chicago Bears +10000

New York Giants +10000

Cincinnati Bengals +15000

New York Jets +15000

Atlanta Falcons +20000

Houston Texans +20000

Detroit Lions +35000

Jacksonville Jaguars +35000

Tampa Bay Buccaneers And Kansas City Chiefs: Co-Favorites

Prior to the start of the season, the Kansas City Chiefs held a slight odds advantage over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. However, the Bucs have closed the gap just two weeks into the season. Both the Chiefs and Buccaneers sit at (+500) as co-favorites with regulated sports betting odds board.

Tampa Bay has started off the season with a 2-0 record with wins over the Dallas Cowboys and Atlanta Falcons, while the Chiefs have a win over the Cleveland Browns and a loss to the Baltimore Ravens. The Buccaneers have a looming matchup against the Los Angeles Rams next week and the winner of that matchup should see their odds move up significantly for this category.

Buffalo Bills: Line Levels Out After Easy Win

The Buffalo Bills have been thought of as the third choice to win the Super Bowl since the offseason. After the team suffered a loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers in Week 1, the Bills’ odds shifted slightly. However, since rebounding with a 35-0 win over the Miami Dolphins, the odds are back where they started (+1100).

Those betting on the NFL may find value in the Bills as one of the consensus top teams in the league. Barring a major injury or complete meltdown, it’s tough to see Buffalo’s odds getting longer than what they are at this moment.

Las Vegas Raiders: Nearing The Top 10 Shortest Odds

The Las Vegas Raiders are one of the bigger surprises of the young NFL season. The team is undefeated with wins over the Baltimore Ravens and Pittsburgh Steelers. During the offseason, the Raiders’ Super Bowl odds were around (+6000) but have since been nearly cut in half and are down to (+3300).

The Las Vegas schedule isn’t too difficult in the coming weeks and they could realistically enter the Week 10 matchup against the Chiefs with a 7-1 or 6-2 record. This may not be a Super Bowl-caliber team but their chances to make the playoffs are getting drastically better which is half the battle of winning a Super Bowl.

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