What is the spread on the Bears Buccaneers game?

What is the spread on the Bears Buccaneers game?

Odds, Over/Under, Moneyline

Team Spread Moneyline
Bears +500
Buccaneers -11.5 -650

Who is favored to win Washington vs Tampa Bay?

Tampa Bay remains one of the best teams in the NFL and firmly in the thick of the playoff hunt, while Washington has fallen backwards and owns a 2-6 record. The Bucs are favored by 9.5 points according to the Sports Illustrated Sportsbook, and the over/under has been set at 51.

What’s the score of the Chicago Bears and Tampa Bay Buccaneers game?

Game Recap: Chicago Bears fall 38-3 to Tampa Bay Buccaneers | 2021 Week 7.

Did the Buc win?

Tampa Bay Defeats the Miami Dolphins 45-17 in Week 5.

What was the Bucs score last night?

Gay’s 30-yard FG lifts Rams over Brady, Buccaneers 30-27


Who scored Tampa Bays first touchdown today?

Tom Brady RUSHES for First Touchdown with Team | Bucs vs. Saints Highlights. QB Tom Brady runs the ball for a touchdown against the New Orleans Saints in Week 1. This is his first touchdown with Tampa Bay.

Do the Bucs cover the spread?

Point Spread 59% of the handle and bets are on the Bucs to cover.

Did Tampa cover the spread?

Buccaneers stats and trends The Buccaneers have always covered the spread this season when favored by 11.5 points or more. When Tampa Bay scores more than 24.0 points, it is 3-3 against the spread and 5-1 overall. The Buccaneers collect 34.0 more yards per game (406.4) than the Giants allow per contest (372.4).

Did the Bears beat the Bucks?

Nick Foles beat Tom Brady again, Cairo Santos kicked a 38-yard field with 1:17 left and the Chicago Bears beat Tampa Bay 20-19 on Thursday night after Brady seemingly lost count of downs on his final play.

Who won NFC South?

the Buccaneers
On Sunday, the Buccaneers clinched their first NFC South title since 2007 by beating the Carolina Panthers, 32-6, in Charlotte. The victory improved Tampa Bay’s record to 11-4 and eliminated their last competition for the division crown, the New Orleans Saints.