Super Bowl 2021
Super Bowl LV will see the Tampa Bay Buccaneers take on the Kansas City Chiefs at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa on February 7th. The game pits legendary Bucs quarterback Tom Brady against Patrick Mahomes, who was named MVP after leading the Chiefs to victory at Super Bowl LIV.
Last year’s Super Bowl lived up to the hype. It highlighted contrasting styles, with the Kansas City Chiefs’ consistent offense up against a solid defensive group in the San Francisco 49ers. Ultimately, the Chiefs ended up winning the Super Bowl, as the 49ers made plenty of mistakes in the second half of the game to choke their lead and lose the game.
Betting on the Super Bowl has become larger and larger every season. Only 22,000 spectators will be able to watch Super Bowl LV live, and many will place bets while watching from the comfort of their homes. Today there are many more props to bet on than just picking a team to win. It pays to look at the Super Bowl betting odds before the start of the regular season.