After an eventful offseason in which Tom Brady retired and then unretired.. while Rob Gronkowski actually retired (for now), the Tampa Bay Buccaneers are once again Super Bowl contenders. As long as Brady is in Tampa and still has a loaded supporting cast of skill-position players as well as a very strong defense, the Buccaneers are an extremely formidable team. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ future betting odds reflect just how much optimism it is for the Buccaneers to win the NFC.
Tampa Bay barely eclipsed its win total over/under in 2021, going 13-4 after Vegas set the Buccaneers’ total at 12.5 wins. Take a look at the PointSpreads page, and keep updated with the NFL news, on the Tampa Bay Buccaneer’s stats, particularly on offense, were extremely impressive and led Tampa Bay to another NFC South title. The Buccaneers were No. 1 in the NFL in passing yards, attempts, and touchdowns en route to having the second-best offense in terms of both yardage and points. That unit figures to be formidable, once again, in 2022.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers Future Betting Odds to win the Super Bowl LVII
|ROT||ODDS TO WIN SUPER BOWL LVII||MONEYLINE|
|102||Tampa Bay Buccaneers||+750|
|103||Kansas City Chiefs||+1000|
|104||Los Angeles Rams||+1100|
|105||Green Bay Packers||+1200|
|106||Los Angeles Chargers||+1400|
|107||San Francisco 49ers||+1400|
|118||Las Vegas Raiders||+3000|
|119||New Orleans Saints||+4000|
|120||New England Patriots||+4000|
|126||New York Giants||+12500|
|131||New York Jets||+15000|
Tampa Bay Buccaneers Future Betting Odds to Win the NFC Conference
|Rot||Odds to win NFC Conference||Moneyline|
|121||Tampa Bay Buccaneers||+400|
|122||Los Angeles Rams||+600|
|123||Green Bay Packers||+400|
|124||San Francisco 49ers||+900|
|128||New Orleans Saints||+2000|
|133||New York Giants||+5000|
Tampa Bay Buccaneers Future Betting Odds to Win the South Division
Tampa Bay Buccaneers Future Betting Odds to Win the Regular Season
|ROT||TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS – 2022-2023 NFL REGULAR SEASON WINS||MONEYLINE|
|3801||Over 11½ Wins||+105|
|3802||Under 11½ Wins||-135|
Tampa Bay Buccaneers Future Betting Odds to Make the Playoffs
Brady Makes His Return
- Passing Yards: 4700.5 (-115o)
- Passing Touchdowns: 36.5 (-115o)
- Interceptions: 12.5 (-110o)
Tom Brady pulled a fast one on the football world this offseason, dramatically announcing his retirement in February before unretiring just 40 days later. Brady’s reversal saved what could have been a disastrous couple of months for Tampa Bay and, with the surefire Hall-of-Famer under center, the Buccaneers are an automatic contender.
He had a ridiculous 2021 season, throwing for over 5,300 yards with 43 touchdowns (and just six interceptions). It goes without saying that the Buccaneers only go as far as Brady will take them, especially without Gronkowski and with Chris Godwin still rehabbing from a torn ACL and sprained MCL. Even at the age of 45, Brady still looks very good and his play with Tampa Bay hasn’t tailed off like it would be expected to for someone in their mid-40s. That’s why the Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ future betting odds still expect them to be one of the league’s best teams and for Brady to keep posting video game numbers.
Fournette Is Top Back Again
- Rushing Yards: 775.5 (-115o)
- Rushing Touchdowns: 8.5 (-125o)
Brady’s No. 1 running back will, once again, be player Leonard Fournette whose career has been completely revived by heading southwest from Jacksonville to Tampa. Fournette was banged up a bit last season but he played in 14 games and ran for 812 yards and eight touchdowns. His physical style of running is great for finding the end zone, which he should do often in 2022 with how effective the Buccaneers’ offense is at moving the ball down the field.
Nine or more touchdowns is a very manageable figure for Fournette but reaching 800 yards once again could be difficult. He just doesn’t get that many carries on a per-game basis and isn’t the speed-reliant rusher who regularly posts big yardage totals. Plus, while Fournette definitely will get the lion’s share of backfield touches, Tampa Bay also has Ke’Shawn Vaughn, Giovani Bernard, and rookie Rachaad White (a 3rd round NFL draft pick). There is some competition there.
New-Look Receiving Core
- Receptions: 78.5 (-115o)
- Receiving Yards: 1050.5 (-115o)
- Receiving Touchdowns: 10.5 (-115o)
NFL wide receivers don’t get much more reliable than Mike Evans, who has reached the 1,000-yard plateau in each of his eight seasons in the pros. Evans has quickly become a favorite Brady target, as he caught basically 70 passes for 1,000 yards in each of his two seasons with the legendary quarterback throwing him the ball. With Godwin out for a significant chunk of the season, look for Evans’ usage to go up.
So, the NFL future odds for the numbers he’ll put up in 2022 might be on the low-end of estimates. Another point in favor of Evans having a huge year is that he’s durable. He has played in 15 or more games in seven of his eight NFL seasons so he can handle the full-season grind while also producing at a high level. In terms of top-flight weapons on the outside, Brady really can’t do much worse than Evans.
- Receiving Yards: 550.5 (-115o)
- Receiving Touchdowns: 4.5 (-115o)
In anticipation of Godwin’s injury absence, the Buccaneers picked up Jones on a one-year deal after he had a disappointing season with the Tennessee Titans. He’s just three years removed from a monster 2019 campaign in which he caught 99 passes for 1,394 yards but injuries have limited him to only 19 games in the last two seasons combined. So, Jones’ age has certainly shown.
With that said, though, his body of work speaks for itself and going from Ryan Tannehill as his quarterback to Tom Brady as his quarterback should do wonders for rejuvenating Jones’ career. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ future betting odds don’t envision a huge season for him but, with expectations low, there’s a lot of value in taking Jones to eclipse his reasonably low over/under.