- The total points for the game is set at 48 points.
- The Philadelphia Eagles have -145 odds to stay under 20.5 points.
- The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have -130 odds to stay under 28.5 points.
TAMPA, Fla. – The Tampa Bay Buccaneers will go up against the Philadelphia Eagles in the Wild Card round of the NFL Playoffs. The Buccaneers are going into the game heavily favored at -415 odds and are 8.5-point favorites.
One of the best ways to bet on the game line for this one is through the total points. With -120 odds in favor of the Under on the 48-point game total, signs are indicating that the Under is going to hit.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers Vs. Philadelphia Eagles Total Odds
- Over 48 EVEN
- Under 48 -120
Some might argue that the Over is the better bet considering that both teams finished with an above .500 record hitting the Over this season. However, there is reason to lean in the other direction with both teams potentially missing major pieces on offense.
The Buccaneers are going to be without two of their three starting wide receivers in Chris Godwin and Antonio Brown while the Eagles could be without their starting running back, Miles Sanders.
Using The Team Total Points
One of the best ways to bet on the total points in the game is by using NFL betting sites' odds on the total points for each team.
First, it is worth noting that both of their team totals combined would hit the Over as the Buccaneers' are set at 28.5 while the Eagles' are set at 20.5.
Both teams have also done solid jobs on defense this season with the Buccaneers allowing 20.8 points and the Eagles allowing 22.6 points.
Where The Public Is Leaning
For those that use public betting splits to help with their bets the Under is seeing tons of action. While it is taking in 40% of the total bets, betting sharps are laying heavy money on the Under with 58% of the betting handle.
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