Why The Tampa Bay Buccaneers Won’t Win Super Bowl LVI

  • The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have +625 odds to win Super Bowl 56.
  • The Buccaneers' odds to win the NFC Championship are +315.

TAMPA — Following their amazing Super Bowl run in the 2020 season, many are quick to jump on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers' odds to repeat as Super Bowl champions in 2021. However, there are reasons to hold off on betting on them to win right away.

Super Bowl betting sites have the Buccaneers odds high up to win both the NFC Championship and the Super Bowl.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers Super Bowl Odds

  • Kansas City Chiefs +500
  • Tampa Bay Buccaneers +625
  • Green Bay Packers +1200
  • Buffalo Bills +1300
  • San Francisco 49ers +1300
  • Baltimore Ravens +1400

Tampa Bay Buccaneers NFC Championship Odds

  • Tampa Bay Buccaneers +315
  • San Francisco 49ers +550
  • Green Bay Packers +600
  • Los Angeles Rams +600
  • Dallas Cowboys +1200
  • Seattle Seahawks +1200

Kansas City Chiefs

The one main roadblock that is standing in the Tampa Bay Buccaneers way is the Kansas City Chiefs.

Although the Bucs beat the Kansas City Chiefs in Super Bowl 55, the Chiefs should not be counted out at all behind Patrick Mahomes. In fact, Mahomes had his best game of the season in 2020 against the Buccaneers where he went for 462 yards and three touchdowns on a 76% completion rate in a 27-24 win.

With that, the Kansas City Chiefs have loaded up their roster and are in prime position to make it back to the Super Bowl and could give the Buccaneers a run for their money.

San Francisco 49ers

Aside from the Kansas City Chiefs, the one team in the NFC that matches up well with the Buccaneers are the San Francisco 49ers. The 49ers were the NFC Champions in 2019 but did not have the 2020 season they were hoping for once injuries started to stack up against them.

Fast forward to the 2021 season, the 49ers are back at full strength and have added some notable talent in doing so.

Their defense is expected to get back to their league-leading ways and their offense could look a lot different if they were to start rookie quarterback, Trey Lance.

No Changes Made

Something else to note is that the Buccaneers notably did not make any moves in the offseason and opted to bring back all of their starters from the 2020 season. While this might be good news for the fan base and the chemistry amongst the team, they need to realize that other teams have made changes in order to try and stop them from repeating.

Other teams have likely adjusted their roster and gameplan with the Bucs in mind which makes their road to the Super Bowl even more challenging.

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