Tampa Bay Buccaneers Super Bowl Odds 2023

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers current Super Bowl odds are .  The Buccaneers had an understanding yet depressing demeanor when legendary quarterback Tom Brady announced his retirement. The retirement announcement dropped the Super Bowl odds and morale of the Tampa team. However, the faith was restored after the announcement that Brady decided to play one more year with the Bucs. Brady has lifted this team from the shadows and brought them into the spotlight with a Super Bowl victory and NFC South Division title. Since Brady has joined the Bucs, they have been consistently in the top two ranks for early Super Bowl odds. This year, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ Super Bowl odds remain within the top two with +700, just a slight decrease from last season.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers Super Bowl Odds & Futures 2022-23

With Tom Brady back out of retirement, the Buccaneers updated Super Bowl odds are . Look for them to be a top team in a weak NFC this season.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers Super Bowl Odds & FuturesOdds (Updated March 2023)
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The Buccaneers have been very disappointing this year after how good they’ve previously looked with Tom Brady there. Something just isn’t clicking well this year for the Buccaneers. Tom Brady has not been his normal self and has taken a step back this year after returning from retirement. The wide receivers should be better than they’ve played this year, but they’ve just been off. There’s been inconsistent play from both Mike Evans and Chris Godwin. The running backs have been inconsistent too, but it seems it’s gotten better with the emergence of Rachaad White to complement Leonard Fournette in the backfield. They also miss Rob Gronkowski a lot at tight end because it’s been a revolving door there too. The offensive line has been really bad this year and has dealt with injuries on top of that too. The offense averages 17 points and 349 total yards a game for the year.

The defense was supposed to be a big strong point for Tampa Bay, but they’ve also underachieved this year. There’s definitely talent there. The front seven has Vita Vea and Lavonte David as the big standouts on both defensive line and in the linebacking corp. The secondary was a weakness last year and while they have been better it still hasn’t been great. Jamel Dean and Antoine Winfield Jr. standout in the secondary as a cornerback and a safety, but there’s not much depth elsewhere. The defense needs to be better for Tampa Bay to make a run at the playoffs. They give up 20 points and 341 total yards a game for the year.

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have not met any of the expectations that they had for this year, especially with it being Tom Brady’s potential last year. They have a tough schedule down the stretch which will make or break their season for one last run.

Reasons Why Buccaneers Can & Can’t Win Super Bowl 57


  • Tom Brady returns for another year, keeping the passing game consistent and top-tier.
  • Kept key rush defenders on the roster, keeping this team as an elite rush defensive team.
  • Leonard Fournette and Rachaad White have emerged as a great running back duo.
  • Front seven is still decent and has a lot of talent.


  • The offensive line is decimated by injury and is very weak
  • Secondary defense is lacking: they gave up the most pass competitions last season.
  • Receivers have been inconsistent this year across the board.
  • Coaching has been inconsistent.
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