Betting On Tampa Bay Buccaneers To Win The Super Bowl

Tampa Bay Buccaneers

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have continued to dominate the league as they now opened their third straight season with Super Bowl odds at +1000 or less with +750 preseason odds to win SB57. They have gained plenty of playoff and Super Bowl experience over the last three seasons behind Tom Brady and have been able to build on their roster and chemistry each year.

With Tom Brady now in his third season with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, they will look to keep on adding to their 12 playoff appearances, seven division championships and two conference championships as well. They should have no problems doing so with an elite receiving group in Mike Evans and Chris Godwin and a premier run game led by Leonard Fournette. They also have one of the best defenses in the league as well that ranked in the top five in numerous categories.

For those who are looking for the different Tampa Bay Buccaneers odds, they can all be found below. Bettors can find the Buccaneers Super Bowl odds, odds to win the NFC Championship and even their futures odds to win the NFC South division. There are also different odds here such as their NFL Draft odds and even some player prop bets to take a look at as well.

Buccaneers Playoff Record By Round

  • Overall: 10-10
  • Wild Card: 2-5
  • Divisional Round: 4-3
  • Conference Championship: 2-2
  • Super Bowl: 2-0

Tampa Bay Buccaneers Playoff History

Playoff Appearances
1979, 1981, 1982, 1997, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2005, 2007, 2020, 2021
Division Championships
1979, 1981, 1999, 2002, 2005, 2007, 2021
Conference Championships
2002, 2020
Super Bowl Victories
2003, 2021
Super Bowl Losses
Super Bowl Winning Quarterbacks
Brad Johnson, Tom Brady
Super Bowl Winning Coaches
Jon Gruden, Bruce Arians
Super Bowl MVPs
Dexter Jackson (XXXVII), Tom Brady (LV)
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What Are Tampa Bay Buccaneers Odds To Win The Super Bowl?

The Buccaneers 2022-23 Super Bowl odds are a prime example of the affect that Tom Brady has on a team. Upon Brady announcing his retirement, the Buccaneers odds to win the Super Bowl shot up to +2800. Following him coming out of retirement, they went back to under +1000 and amongst the favorites to win the Lombardi Trophy. Brady has already led the Bucs to a Super Bowl with +1000 odds in 2020 and now with most of their offensive and defensive starters remaining with the team since then, they are one of the elite contenders in the league.

What Are the Tampa Bay Buccaneers Odds To Win the NFC Championship?

Tampa Bay added to their impressive defense in the NFL Draft with their first-round selection of defensive edge, Logan Hall. Hall was a -115 favorite to be selected in the first round and is expected to help this defense immediately. With the Buccaneers rush defense already a top-3 in the league before adding Hall, and the return or Brady, of course, their preseason odds to win the NFC Championship are now favored after opening at +1500. This now marks three straight seasons at preseason odds of +500 or less.

What Are The Tampa Bay Buccaneers Odds To Win The NFC South?

To no surprise, the Bucs are considered the strongest division favorite in the NFL due to two of the teams being in a rebuild in the Atlanta Falcons and Carolina Panthers, and the New Orleans Saints still trying to find their identity. The Bucs are the defending division champions going into the season and with there being no real competition for them in the division, it is best to get in on their odds to win now before they shift when the season starts. This is the second straight season where they’ve opened with odds under +100 to win the division and also marks their most expensive odds to win the division in team history.

2023 Buccaneers Betting Odds

  • Super Bowl: +700
  • NFC Championship: +325
  • NFC South: -300

Tampa Bay Buccaneers ATS Betting Trends

  • 2021: 10-9
  • 2020: 12-8
  • 2019: 5-9-2
  • 2018: 7-7-2
  • 2017: 6-9-1
  • 2016: 9-7

Tampa Bay Buccaneers Over/Under Betting Trends

  • 2021: 10-9
  • 2020: 11-9
  • 2019: 12-4
  • 2018: 9-7
  • 2017: 8-8
  • 2016: 7-8-1
Mobile Betting On The Tampa Bay Buccaneers

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2023 Buccaneers Player Props

Super Bowl Betting PropsThe Bucs offense is absolutely loaded outside of Tom Brady as their receiver room includes Chris Godwin, Mike Evans, and Rob Gronkowski, while their backfield is led by Leonard Fournette. Each of which will have player props on them in every game throughout the season and season-long props as well for their yards and touchdowns.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers Super Bowl Winning Quarterbacks

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have been in just one other Super Bowl aside from Super Bowl 55. The Buccaneers' first Super Bowl appearance was back in 2003 for Super Bowl 37 where Brad Johnson was the winning quarterback that led the Buccaneers to a 48-21 win over the then, Oakland Raiders. Johnson led the Bucs with 215 passing yards and two touchdowns in the win, however, Johnson finished with the sixth-worst completion percentage in Super Bowl history at 52.94%. On a brighter note, he is one of just nine quarterbacks in Super Bowl history to not take a sack in the game!

Where To Bet On The Buccaneers In Florida?

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Tampa Bay Buccaneers Odds History

Year: Super Bowl Odds: NFC Odds: NFC South Odds: Odds To Make Playoffs:
2022 +750 +350 -300 -600 (TBD)
2021 +700 +300 -200 -650 (Make)
2020 +1000 +500 +175 -200 (Make)
2019 +10000 +5000 +1600 +500 (Miss)
2018 +30000 +15000 +2500 +600 (Miss)
2017 +4000 +2000 +250 +150 (Miss)
2016 +8000 +4000 +750 +310 (Miss)
2015 +10000 +5000 +700 +500 (Miss)
2014 +10000 +5000 +800 +380 (Miss)
2013 +5000 +2500 +550 +260 (Miss)

Tampa Bay Buccaneers Playoff History

Dating back to when the Tampa Bay Buccaneers became an established NFL team in 1976, they have found themselves in the postseason a number of times. They have managed to make the playoffs 12 different times. Of their playoff berths, they have pulled in seven division titles, one conference championship and two Super Bowl victories.

Buccaneers Playoff Appearances

The Buccaneers have managed to make the playoffs in 12 of their 44 seasons as an NFL team. John McKay led them to their first three playoff appearances with their first one coming in 1979 and again in back-to-back years in 1981-1982. They then went on a 15-year playoff drought that ended in 1997 under Tony Dungy who led them to four playoffs including 1997 and 1999 as well as 2000-2001. Their last three playoff appearances came in the John Gruden era as he led them to the playoffs in 2002, 2005 and 2007. Their latest playoff appearances came in 2020 and 2021 under Bruce Arians with Tom Brady under center.

Buccaneers Division Championships

Of the Bucs 12 playoff appearances, six of them have been division championships. Their first two division titles came under John Mckay in 1979 and 1981. After McKay’s stint as the coach, Tony Dungy led them to one more 18 years later in 1999. Then, when John Gruden was the coach, he led them to three more in 2002, 2005 and 2007. Bruce Arians has led them to one more in 2021.

Buccaneers Conference Championships

Of the three coaches that have led the Buccaneers to the playoffs, only John Gruden has been able to lead them to a conference championship win in 2002 where he had Brad Johnson under center. The Bucs took down the Philadelphia Eagles in the game with a final score of 27-10. They did so in underdog fashion as they went into the game being seen as 4-point underdogs. They won their second NFC Championship in 2020 for the first time under Bruce Arians.

Buccaneers Super Bowl Victories

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have won two Super Bowls with their first one coming back in 2003 at Super Bowl XXXVII when they defeated the Oakland Raiders 48-21. The Buccaneers actually went into the game being seen as 3.5-point underdogs and clearly covered the spread. Dexter Jackson was named the Super Bowl MVP after he had two interceptions for 34 return yards, one pass deflection, and three total tackles. Their second Super Bowl came in 2020 for Super Bowl LV where the Buccaneers took down the Kansas City Chiefs 31-9 after being seen as underdogs once more but this time at 3 points. It was Tom Brady who walked away with the MVP of the game after going for 201 passing yards and three touchdowns.

2000 NFC Divisional Round: Buccaneers Complete Their Largest Playoff Comeback

The largest playoff deficit the Buccaneers have ever overcome was just 13 points on January 15, 2000 against the Washington Redskins in the NFC Divisional Round. The Redskins cruised to a 13-0 lead in the third quarter, spurred on by an impressive 100-yard kickoff return touchdown by Brian Mitchell on the second half kickoff. After though, the Buccaneers scored two unanswered touchdowns starting down 13-0. The second of these, a 1-yard touchdown pass from Shaun King to John Davis, put the Buccaneers ahead 14-13 and completed the largest playoff comeback in Buccaneers history.