Chiefs' Offense Projected to Dominate Buccaneers' by Super Bowl 55 Prop Bet Odds
Two dynamic offenses will meet on Sunday in Super Bowl LV, as the Kansas City Chiefs face the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. This matchup will pit Tom Brady and Patrick Mahomes against each other once again, with firepower on both sides.
These offenses are sure to rack up serious yardage in the Super Bowl, but one team is expected to have an advantage over the other in that category.
The Chiefs' net offensive yards have an over/under of 429.5, according to a FanDuel Sportbook prop bet. Meanwhile, the Buccaneers' net offensive yards are set at an over/under of 370.5. With a nearly 60-yard difference, it's clear who oddsmakers believe will be running rampant on Sunday.
Kansas City's offense burned opposing defenses this year, averaging a league-best 415.8 yards per game. That's of little surprise, given superstar quarterback Patrick Mahomes under center and weapons like Tyreek Hill, Travis Kelce and Clyde Edwards-Helaire surrounding him.
Tampa wasn't far behind, averaging 384.1 yards per contest, good for seventh-most in the league. Brady's arrival has helped push an offense with Mike Evans, Chris Godwin, Ronald Jones and Leonard Fournette to among the league's best.
When these teams met in Week 12, they combined for 960 total yards and 51 points, so this potential Super Bowl shootout is shaping up to be one of the most entertaining in years.
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