Super Bowl LV Odds, Can Tom Brady Do Again?

Super Bowl LV Odds, Can Tom Brady Do Again?

This season of the NFL has been like no other. Of course, the pandemic struck, many familiar faces changed teams, we saw the Browns being decent for once, and so on... This season was weird, unusual. Except for one thing, Tom Brady is going to play the Super Bowl. BetMania Sportsbook Online has the best Tom Brady prop bets and Super Bowl odds. Create an account now to enjoy the best Super Bowl betting action and receive a bonus on your deposit.

It appears that not even the weirdest year in the history of mankind could stop Tom Brady from getting to the Big Game. He is not in the Patriots, he had no OTA's, he had no preseason, he had a completely different playbook, a polar opposite coach to Belichick, and he still found the way to make his trip to the Super Bowl.

It's not only the fact that he did all that, he did it at 43 years old, scoring 43 total TD's, and led his team to be the only franchise in NFL history to play the Super Bowl at their home turf. Ready to bet on Brady, get the best Buccaneers odds here at BetMania.

Even the most absurds of records, Brady doesn't care; he will go for it. But now, he is racing against himself. Can he overcome his record of Super Bowl rings? Can he get a seventh? 

Betmania has the best Super Bowl odds for you. Click here to check them now. To answer the almighty question, we'll have a look into his level, his team, his opposition, and more. Let's dive into it.

Does Brady has it?

Yes, and that's not only because he is in the Super Bowl, but because he is the reason that Tampa is there. Don't believe it? Let's take a quick look at the stats.

Brady finished this season with 65.7% of passes completed, 43 total TDs, a 102.2 passer rate, and three game-winning drives. He had 12 picks, an average number for him, and led Tampa to an 11-5 record.

Just remember last year, with basically the same team, Jameis Winston failed to even get the Bucs to the postseason. Brady didn't take them to the playoffs, he went further.

From Week 14 and on, Brady threw for 3257 yards, 28 TDs, nine picks. Those are full-season numbers, in seven games. It's insane. 

So yes, he still has it, Brady is elite. At 43.

Is Tampa Bay a Super Bowl Team?

This one has layers to it, and it's tough. So if you only consider talent, 100% this team is a Super Bowl team. Their defensive line is stacked, and I mean unfairly stacked.

You don't get to have players like Jason Pierre-Paul, Devin White, Shaquil Barrett, Ndamukong Suh, Vita Vea, and Lavonte David starting for you, it's a wild front seven.

The secondary is not great, but decent. Rookie safety Antoine Winfield Jr. is an absolute madman, his playing style is one of do-or-die. Cornerback duo of Sean Murphy-Bunting and Carlton Davis are not studs, but decent enough when the D-Line helps them with an effective pass rush.

On offense, the story is different. This team's talent is second to none, from QB to the last wideout. Tom Brady, Mike Evans, Chris Godwin, Antonio Brown, Scotty Miller, Cameron Brate, Rob Gronkowski, Leonard Fournette, and Ronald Jones, it's not even fair, and Brady has protection. Tampa has everything, except for one thing, playcalling.

You would say that when Bruce Arians is the head coach of your team, the offense should flow. This is not the case, Arians and the OC, Byron Leftwich, are absolutely determined to always waste a first down by running the football, it's too predictable.

Talentwise, the Bucs are a Super Bowl Team, coaching wise, they should, but Brady has bailed them out on offense, really.

Can Tampa Bay beat the Chiefs, though?

According to the Super Bowl odds, no. The Bucs are +3.5 underdogs coming into the game, despite being at home and with roughly 22 thousand people in the stands. Get the best Chiefs odds right here at BetMania.

However, we've seen huge underdogs overcome the odds to win the Big One. Brady himself did it in 2002 when the Pats were 14-point underdogs, the second-largest dogs in Super Bowl history, and still came through.

The fact that the Chiefs are out of their best two Offensive Linemen in Mitchell Schwartz and Left Tackle Eric Fisher means that the Bucs may be able to punish Mahomes and pressure him all night long. 

If Tampa does it as effectively as they did against Green Bay, and Brady keeps the offensive side moving the chains, there's no reason to believe Tampa can't win the game, even when the Super Bowl LV odds say otherwise. 

Kansas City is the best team, but honestly, Tampa is not that behind, and with Brady under center, at a Super Bowl, where he feels -and this time he is literally at home, I wouldn't be shocked to see him and the Bucs lift the Vince Lombardi trophy. It may sound crazy, but the underdog could surprise some people.