If you’re looking for Super Bowl 55 props odds betting value on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, then look no further. With the final game of the 2020 NFL season just over 48 hours away, you’re about to get a half-dozen expert NFL props odds picks centered around the underdog Buccaneers.
Tom Brady First Pass Will Be
Incomplete or INT +150
Analysis: This props odds pick is super simple. Bruce Arians will put Brady in position to easily complete his first pass in order to build some confidence for the future Hall of Famer. Brady threw an incomplete pass on his first attempt in the wild card round against Washington. The 43-year-old did complete a 5-yard pass to tight end Cameron Brate on his first attempt in the divisional round against New Orleans. In the NFC Championship game against Green Bay, Brady hooked up with Mike Evans on a 7-yard completion on his first pass attempt. In Week 12 against Kansas City, Brady’s first pass attempt was a 12-yard completion to Mike Evans.
Tom Brady Total Completions
Over 25½ Completions -115
Under 25½ Completions -115
Analysis: Brady completed 26 passes or more eight times in Tampa Bay’s 19 games this season. In the playoffs, Brady has been limited to a high of 22 completions against Washington in the wild card round. Brady completed 27-of-41 passes against Kansas City in Week 12. He’ll narrowly top this O/U props odds total in Super Bowl 55. I expect the Bucs to be forced to pass the ball early and often in order to keep up with the explosive Chiefs.
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Will Tom Brady Throw An Interception
Analysis:Brady tossed at least one interception in eight games this season while tossing two or more in five games. Brady threw three picks in the NFC Championship against Green Bay and should have tossed two more against the Saints in the divisional round. I think it’s a near lock that Brady tosses at least one interception in Super Bowl 55 with the likely culprit being Chiefs safety Tyrann Mathieu, who picked off Brady in Kansas City’s Week 12 win over the Bucs.
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Mike Evans Total Receiving Yards
Over 66½ Receiving Yards -115
Under 66½ Receiving Yards -115
Analysis: Perennial Pro Bowler, Mike Evans has been limited to 51 receiving yards or less in three of Tampa Bay’s last four games. Evans has also been held to less than 67 receiving yards in 10 of Tampa Bay’s 16 regular season contests. The 6’5” former Texas A&M star did have 119 receiving yards against Washington in the wild card round, but he was held to a paltry three catches for 50 yards in Week 12 against Kansas City. I’m going with the Under and you should too.
Chris Godwin Total Receptions
Over 5½ Receptions -120
Under 5½ Receptions -110
Analysis: In 12 games this season, Godwin averaged 5.4 receptions per game. Godwin has had five receptions or less in seven consecutive games, but hauled in eight passes in Week 12 against the Chiefs. Still, the Under looks like the easy pick here.
Antonio Brown Total Receiving Yards
Over 43½ Receiving Yards
Under 43½ Receiving Yards
Analysis: Brown topped this O/U total in six of the 10 games he’s played in this season, including the wild card round against Washington. Brown was held to one catch for 10 yards in the divisional round against New Orleans and didn’t suit up in the NFC Championship game against Green Bay. Still Brown is Brady’s favorite target and I think we could see that play out in Super Bowl 55. I’m going with the Over.
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