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Bucs Win Not Good for Books

Written by:
Mary Montgomery
Published on:
Feb/07/2021

The betting public backed the Bucs heavy to win the 2021 Super Bowl during the offseason and those futures paid off, much to the disdain of the sportsbooks.

This was going to be a no-win situation for the most part.

The public had bet the Chiefs heavy on the spread, the Bucs on the moneyline.....and then there were those futures.

BetOnline offered up there perfect scenario in a game most thought would be close.  Chiefs win, but fail to cover and the game stays UNDER the 56.

This will be Tom Brady's seventh Super Bowl win, appearing in ten.

- Mary Montgomery, Gambling911.com

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