Following their impressive 2021 season, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers generated massive buzz in the betting world. When placing wagers on the bucks, punters should always consider playing an online sportsbook that offers generous Tampa Bay Buccaneers betting odds.
Any Tampa Bay Buccaneers bookmaker online has a long list of betting markets. Here is a list of favorite bet types at any sportsbook online.
The Moneyline bet is undoubtedly one of the simplest best a player can place at an online bookie. Popular among players learning how to bet on Tampa Bay Buccaneers, this bet entails betting on the straight-up winner, for instance, when an online sportsbook offers the following odds:
- Tampa Bay Buccaneers: -130
- Patriots: +180
The Bucs are considered favorites, meaning a bettor has to wager $145 on the Bucs to win 100. On the other hand, a player would win $190 for every $100 wagered on the patriots, who are considered underdogs.
Points Total (Under/Over)
This bet is placed on the number of points scored in any game – usually by both teams. A given sportsbook online will come up with a given figure, say 50, for a match between the Bucs and New Orleans. An over bet would mean that the combined score has to be 51 or more, while an under bet means the total score should be 49 or less to win a bet.
This bet is placed when predicting the number of points a team will win or lose. Take the following bet as offered at an online sports betting site:
- Tampa Bay Buccaneers: -2.5 (-105)
- Patriots: +2.5 (-105)
In this bet, the Bucs are the favorites to win. If they win by 3 points, more than 2.5, the online bookmaker pays $100 for every $110 wagered. But if the Patriots keep the game within three points and lose, say 33-31, or even win, the payout will be the same as listed above for bets on the Patriots.
Prop bets are usually placed on a single player, pegged on a single stat found at the box score for a given match or season. For instance, if Tom Bradly averages 290 passing yards a game, a prop bet of 280 means that he must attain or surpass that set in that particular game. The bookie usually sets the odds for these bets.