Super Bowl 2022 odds: Can the Buccaneers Repeat?
Below are the odds from before the season started. Now that we know it will be the Bengals and the Rams here is our prediction for the Over/Under and who we think will win the 2022 Super Bowl.
Another Super Bowl and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers are the best in the NFL. Tom Brady won another MVP as he led the Buccaneers to a convincing win over the Kansas City Chiefs. Despite Brady winning (again) the Super Bowl 2022 odds, show that they are not the favorite to repeat.
Here is a look at the latest Super Bowl 2022 odds
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It’s Not Easy to Repeat
The NFL has not a repeat champion since the Patriots did it in 2003-2004. However, Brady was a part of the team that did it last.
The NFL has not had a repeat Super Bowl champion in 16 years (2003-2004 Patriots).
That’s now twice as long as any other streak ever.
Reaching the mountain top is extremely hard. Staying on touch is an incredible challenge.
— Field Yates (@FieldYates) February 8, 2021
Yet when the odds were released the Buccaneers were +900 to win the Super Bowl which is third on the list behind the Chiefs and the Green Bay Packers. While this may seem like an insult to some, the Buccaneers have some off-season questions to answer.
Will Brady Be Back?
Brady has said on numerous occasions that he will be back for another run. But that has not stopped sportsbooks from posting odds on how the team may change before the kickoff of the season. This sports betting site has posted numerous props on the Buccaneers for next season to include the following.
Will Tom Brady retire before week 1 of next season? Yes +600, No -1000
Will Tampa Bay miss the playoffs next season? Yes +600, No -2000
Will the Buccaneers fire Bruce Arians in the offseason? Yes +1000, No -5000
Will the Buccaneers trade Tom Brady in the offseason? Yes +1000, No -1000
Will Rob Gronkowski retire before week 1 of next season? Yes +300, No -500
Betting on who will win the Super Bowl early has its advantages. It is obvious that teams change with trades, free agency, and the NFL draft. But once the dust settles, the odds may be watered down. Those that were brave enough to bet on Tampa Bay before they signed Tom Brady were the most profitable. If you were going to bet based on the odds released today, who would you bet on?