The defending Super Bowl champion Tampa Bay Buccaneers couldn’t rest.
After returning to all 22 starts from the championship team last season, Tampa Bay was bitten by an injury bug late in the season, lost Chris Godwin for the year and saw Leonard Fournette, Lavonte David and Shaq Barrett play through injuries.
The group also lost recipient Antonio Brown after he decided to quit amid the team’s win over the New York Jets in Week 17.
These problems are starting to add up for the Buccaneers and bettors at WynnBET have removed them in the latest odds to win the Super Bowl.
While that may seem like a sign to stay away from Tampa, let’s not forget that the Bucs still have Tom Brady. Here is a look at the latest odds.
The Buccaneers have dropped to fifth in odds most recently, and it seems the odds researchers think the Los Angeles Rams are a better bookie in NFC than Tampa Bay at this point in the season.
With the knockouts about to begin, I can’t help but think it’s valuable to support a team led by Tom Brady at +850 odds.
Brady didn’t need Brown or Godwin to orchestrate a win from behind against the Jets in Week 17, and we’ve seen him do more with less at other stages of his NFL career.
Plus, the Buccaneers are expected to bring some of their injured players back for the knockout stages, which, even if they don’t operate at full capacity, will be a win for the team.
There are more compelling teams to choose from to win the Super Bowl, but Brady’s pedigree deserves more love from the bookmakers. If the Rams lose in Week 18 and the Buccaneers beat the Carolina Panthers, Brady and company would secure the #2 seed in NFC and set up a potential NFC Game Championship rematch with Aaron Rodgers at Lambeau Field.
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