Chiefs’ Punt Game Gives Hope For Longshot Super Bowl 55 Odds

  • Both the Kansas City Chiefs and Tampa Bay Buccaneers have -1400 odds to punt the ball in the Super Bowl.

TAMPA, Fla. – Super Bowl bettors are continuing to see different Super Bowl 55 prop bets on online sportsbooks. One of the more interesting prop bets to look at here that would offer a huge payout is if there will not be any punts in the Super Bowl.

Online sportsbooks are heavily favoring the Super Bowl not to go puntless and that both teams punt the ball.

Will Either Team Not Punt During The Super Bowl?

  • Yes +650
  • No -1400

In the first meeting between the Kansas City Chiefs and Tampa Bay Buccaneers earlier in the season, there were a total of eight punts with each team punting four times. That alone could back up the favored odds even more.

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers sent out Bradley Pinion to punt the ball a total of 64 times this season, including nine times in their last three playoff games. As for the Chiefs, they saw Tommy Townsend punt the ball a total of 52 times in the regular season.

However, looking at the Chiefs current playoff run, they actually have a chance of cashing out bettors who are willing to take a chance on the longshot Super Bowl odds, as they have only punted the ball one time in the 2020-2021 playoffs.

Being that this prop relies on just one of the teams not punting in the game, Super Bowl betting players may consider taking the longshot SB odds with help from the Chiefs’ punter not seeing the field.