Tampa Bay Buccaneers Odds to Win 2011 Super Bowl Would Pay $10,000

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Tampa Bay Bucs Odds To Win 2011 Super Bowl

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers odds of winning the 2011 Super Bowl were listed at 100/1 at SBG Global. 

Don’t think it can’t happen.  The Bucs are among the most underrated teams of the season with a record that is tied for 4th best in the NFC.

Unfortunately for the Bucs, they will be fighting for a Playoffs spot in a division that includes the likes of New Orleans and Atlanta, both one and two games, respectively, ahead of Tampa Bay. 

The good news for Tampa is that theoretically they can still make the Playoffs even with a third place finish in their division depending on other variables that take place within the conference. 

The other good news for Bucs backers is that Tampa Bay will face three opponents with losing records as part of their remaining schedule.  That means 10 wins is certainly within reach.

They will play division rival Atlanta on Sunday at home.  That’s not necessarily a good thing.  Tampa Bay is 3-13 ATS in their last 16 home games and 1-10 ATS in their last 11 games as a home underdog.  Atlanta has beaten Tampa Bay in their last 4 meetings.

On the surface it appears as if the Falcons will maintain their lead in the NFC South with two games against the lowly Carolina Panthers and a road game in Seattle.  They will host the New Orleans Saints during Week 16 in what should still be a meaningful game.  The losing team could also help boost Tampa’s chances for a Playoff berth.   New Orleans will also have the daunting task of facing Baltimore on the road. 

Speaking of the Ravens, Tampa Bay may have lost to them last weekend, but they still played well and managed to keep the game within 7 points. 

Go Tampa Bay Bucs!

- Dan Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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