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what color was the gatorade in super bowl 2021 Super Bowl LV is just hours away, and the Kansas City Chiefs and Tampa Bay Buccaneers will face off on the largest platform in football.

Tom Brady will try to add to his NFL record book, while Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs will try to become the first team since Brady’s Patriots won back-to-back Super Bowls in 2003 and 2004.

For the 2021 Super Bowl, see the odds, picks, analysis, and more listed below. In addition, Super Bowl 2021 odds, favourite, spread, and line are all available.

According to PointsBet, the Kansas City Chiefs are the favourite to win the Lombardi Trophy this year over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

Below is further information on the point spread, moneyline, and total points:

  • Bet on the Chiefs vs. Buccaneers in Super Bowl LV with PointsBet
  • Point spread: Buccaneers +3 (-115), Chiefs -3 (-115). (-105)
  • Moneyline: Buccaneers +145, Chiefs -171.
  • Total Over/Under: 56 points
  • Here you can find Super Bowl 2021 trends, predictions, live odds, and futures.

Prop bets for the Super Bowl in 2021

  • Orange (+150), Red (+225), Yellow/Green (+400), Clear (+400) were the Gatorade colours poured on the victorious coach.
  • Any player that throws a football through the cannon porthole during a celebration receives a bonus of 5000 points.
  • Heads (-103), Tails (-103), Heads (-103), Heads (-103), Heads (-103), Heads (-103), (-103)
  • Kansas City Chiefs (-103), Tampa Bay Buccaneers are the winners of the coin toss (-103)

PointsBet is the source of this information.

Expert predictions and picks for Super Bowl LV

  • Hayden Winks’ picks: The Super Bowl opening line was Chiefs -3 with a 57.5-point over/under, and I immediately selected the Chiefs and the under after estimating a 30-24 final score. For a variety of reasons, the under is currently my favourite wager between the sides and total.
  • ProFootballTalk’s Mike Florio pick: Buccaneers 30, Chiefs 27)
  • Chris Simms’ prediction: Chiefs vs. Buccaneers)
  • Super Bowl LV preview by Peter King
  • Week 12’s contest pits the Chiefs against the Buccaneers.
  • Week 12’s Final Score Is Inaccurate
  • If the Chiefs hadn’t given up a red zone fumble and settled for two red zone field goals, if they had kept their foot on the gas in the second half instead of chewing the clock, and if Mike Evans hadn’t scored two garbage-time touchdowns in the fourth quarter, the final score could have been closer to 38-24. This game was an excellent example of how the final score does not always tell the whole picture.

Hayden Winks’ Super Bowl LV player forecasts

Projections for the Kansas City Chiefs

• Patrick Mahomes, Chiefs QB: Patrick Mahomes’ prediction appears absurd — no one ever predicts for 350 yards — but the Chiefs will very certainly throw 35-50 times against the Bucs. (Insert projection here.)

WR WR WR WR WR WR WR WR WR WR WR WR Tyreek Hill was so dominant against the Buccaneers in Week 12 (12-263-3) that I spent the entire 30 minutes of that game clipping all of his touches (video). The Bucs changed their coverages at that point, but Hill continued to go open. When they go to Cover 3 or Cover 1 man, I don’t think the Bucs have a single corner capable of hanging with Hill. (Insert projection here.)

Projections for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers

• Tom Brady, Buccaneers QB: Tom Brady also has a bright future. The Bucs may try to run the ball early — Kansas City’s defence had the 28th-highest neutral pass rate this season due to the Chiefs’ habit of being light in the box — but as three-point underdogs, Tampa’s anticipated game script favours a pass-heavy game. (Insert projection here.)

• Buccaneers Wide Receivers: Antonio Brown was listed as “day-to-day” before the NFC Championship game. Although it’s unclear whether he’ll play in the Super Bowl, I’ve decided to leave him for now. Brown isn’t an every-down player even when he’s healthy. Only in three-receiver sets does he line up wide, and he could be pushed by Scotty Miller, who scored a big touchdown last week. (Insert projection here.)

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