Has a Super Bowl champion ever been shut out during the regular season of that same year?

The only instance we’ve ever seen where an NFL team was shutout during the regular season and then went on to win the Super Bowl was when Tom Brady and the New England Patriots did it in 2003 following a 31-0 rout to the Buffalo Bills in Week 1 of that year.

Can Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers duplicate that feat in Super Bowl 56 after losing in embarrassing fashion by a score of 9-0 to the New Orleans Saints last night on Sunday Night Football?

The sportsbooks that are included in our list of online Super Bowl betting site reviews are now mixed in their opinions for which team will win SB LVI, with Tampa Bay now averaging third place across the board.

The Green Bay Packers and the Kansas City Chiefs are now the most common opponents that are being matched up in the latest Super Bowl futures odds, suggesting that Tom Brady and his Bucs will suffer a postseason loss somewhere along the way in the NFL Playoffs.

Super Bowl 56 Odds To Win

  • Green Bay Packers +450
  • Kansas City Chiefs +450
  • Tampa Bay Buccaneers +600
  • Los Angeles Rams +950
  • New England Patriots +1000
  • Dallas Cowboys +1200
  • Buffalo Bills +1250
  • Arizona Cardinals +1300
  • Indianapolis Colts +2000
  • Tennessee Titans +2200
  • San Francisco 49ers +2500
  • Los Angeles Chargers +3500
  • Baltimore Ravens +4000
  • Cleveland Browns +4000

Now that the Los Angeles Rams have hung a loss on the Arizona Cardinals and have drawn within a game of the NFC West lead, they’re now nudging at the heels of Tampa Bay in the odds to win Super Bowl 56.

LA is finally delivering on preseason predictions that suggested they’d make a deep playoff run, but gamblers would be wise to consider the long Super Bowl betting odds that have been posted for the Cardinals.

Net payouts of 13-to-1 can be earned by laying some action now on the Cardinals and their +1300 moneyline odds to win Super Bowl 56, and chances are, they’ll work themselves out of the current funk that they’re in.

With only three remaining games in 2021-22, the Rams likely don’t have enough time to gain a one-game advantage in the NFC West over the Cardinals because Arizona owns the tie-breaker.

The odds for Tampa Bay to win the Super Bowl are also quite attractive at the moment, as they’re at a season-low of +600.

That means a $100 bet on Tampa Bay to win Super Bowl LVI will net gamblers a $600 win if Brady can hoist back-to-back Lombardi Trophies.

Of course, no cash winnings can be earned until after the big game is over on February 13th, but that’s why their NFL odds are so profitable.

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