Tampa Bay Buccaneers Super Bowl odds cut after signing Rob Gronkowski to partner Tom Brady

The Bucs are now just 12/1 to win the Super Bowl after signing Gronk

Tom Brady and Rob Gronkowski will be reunited in Florida next season and that has seen the Tampa Bay Buccaneers odds of winning the Super Bowl slashed.

Immediately following the announcement that the Bucs were trading ‘Gronk’ from the New England Patriots, the sportsbooks shortened the odds of a Tampa Super Bowl win from 18/1 to 12/1.

The common consensus amongst bettors is that the cut is an over-reaction and that the ageing duo will struggle to replicate their Patriots success in Tampa, but the oddsmakers are taking no chances.

However, bettors can expect to see more dramatic changes to the Super Bowl odds this weekend as the 2020 NFL Draft takes place. Any big moves and trades are sure to see a shake-up in the Super Bowl odds and there should be a lot of action for those looking to make moves in one of the best betting markets available.

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