- There are -200 odds that either team in the Super Bowl will not lead the game wire to wire.
- There are +150 odds that either team will lead in the Super Bowl from start to finish.
TAMPA, Fla. – With the Super Bowl just days away, there are still plenty of Super Bowl prop bets for bettors to look through and take advantage of.
One of the more intriguing Super Bowl prop bets on NFL sportsbooks is if either the Kansas City Chiefs or Tampa Bay Buccaneers will lead the game from wire to wire. The odds right now are favoring that it will not happen.
Will Either Team Win Wire To Wire?
- No -200
- Yes +150
It is not surprising that the odds are favoring that neither team will lead the game from start to finish as both of these teams are evenly matched when it comes to their offenses as both of them are capable of keeping up with each other.
Just looking at their last game out against each other earlier in the season, the score was close as it ended up 27-24. Looking at the Chiefs' past five games, they have only led from start to finish in two of those games. However, looking at the Buccaneers last five games, they have led four of those games from start to finish.
The longer odds though should not be counted out just yet though. Looking back at the previous matchup between the Kansas City Chiefs and Tampa Bay Buccaneers, although it was a close game all throughout, the Chiefs actually led the game from start to finish and did not let up one bit.
Being that this is the Super Bowl though, and both teams will be trying to get the upper hand on one another, the favorite here would be the way to go. Besides, live betting on the Super Bowl may find better odds on a lead change.
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