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Kansas City Chiefs vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers Top Free Betting Tips
Betting on Super Bowl 2021 can be exciting but it should also be smart. For that reason, we’ve decided to recommend a few Caesars Super Bowl predictions:
|Kansas City Chiefs vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers||Selection and Odds||Sportsbook||Bet Here|
|Match Result||Kansas City Chiefs to Win (-3) @ -120||Caesars Sports||Add to Betslip|
|Match Props||Kansas City Chiefs to Win First Quarter on Moneyline @ -140||Caesars Sports||Add to Betslip|
|Player Props||Patrick Mahomes Passing Yards Over 331.5 @ -110||Caesars Sports||Add to Betslip|
Keep in mind that odds are subject to change at any time, so make sure to check the latest Caesars Super Bowl odds before placing any bets. We advise placing your bet on the Caesars Sportbook app for maximum convenience.
All about Super Bowl LV – Form, Injuries, Predictions
Super Bowl LV is scheduled for Sunday, Feb. 7 and the kickoff is due at 6:30 p.m. ET. The game will be played at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa Bay, making the Buccaneers the first team in the history of the NFL to play the big game at their own stadium.
Kansas City Chiefs have been the odds favorites before the season started and the defending champions have played according to this. They’ve finished the regular season with a 14-2 record, before eliminating Cleveland and Buffalo in the playoffs.
Meanwhile, Tampa Bay Buccaneers have struggled a bit in the regular season, finishing with 11 wins and 5 losses. However, they found their form in the playoffs and secured their spot in the Super Bowl by eliminating Washington, New Orleans, and Green Bay.
Both teams go into the big game relatively healthy. The Chiefs will miss Willie Gay and Eric Fisher, while Sammy Watkins and Darwin Thompson are questionable. The Bucs may be without Antonio Brow, Cameron Brate and Jason Pierre-Paul, although none of them are out definitely.
Top Caesars Sports Super Bowl Betting Tips
Caesars Sports offers a variety of standard markets and props for you to bet on. Before we discuss the most popular Caesars Super Bowl props, we will cover our top betting tips in more detail.SIGN UP WITH CAESARS >
Kansas City Chiefs to Win on Spread (-3) @ -120
While betting against Tom Brady is often unwise, especially in Super Bowls, we can’t overlook the great season by Kansas City Chiefs, the defending NFL champions. They’ve been the best team in the league from the start of the season and they are full of confidence after their last season’s win.
Kansas City Chiefs to Win First Quarter on Moneyline @ -140
We fully expect to see Kansas City firing from all cylinders from the very beginning of the big game. Of course, luck will play a bit of a role here by giving one of the teams the chance to attack first but we would still bet on the Chiefs to win the first quarter even if they attack second.
Patrick Mahomes Passing Yards Over 331.5 @ -110
The reigning Super Bowl MVP has proven that he is currently the best quarterback in the NFL. With that in mind, the attack of Kansas City Chiefs relies on passing and we don’t doubt for a second that Mahomes will be on top of his game this Sunday.
Most Popular Caesars Super Bowl Match PropsSIGN UP WITH CAESARS >
Our best tips present only a tiny selection of available markets and props you can find at Caesars. So, let’s take a look at a few of the most popular Caesars Super Bowl Props:
- Alternate Spreads and Totals
- Full Game Team Total Points
- More Points to Be Scored in First or Second Half
- Team Receiving Opening Kickoff
- Total Net Yards in the Game
- Team with More Possessions in the Game
- Total First Downs
Most Popular Caesars Super Bowl Player Props
- Most Valuable Player
- Passing Yards by Patrick Mahomes
- Passing Yards by Tom Brady
- Touchdown Passes by Patrick Mahomes
- Touchdown Passes by Tom Brady
- Receiving Yards by Mike Evans
- Receiving Yards by Tyreek Hill