2022 NFL Betting Analysis and Prediction: Will Brady and the Bucs Win the Super Bowl 57 Title?

2022 NFL Betting Analysis and Prediction: Will Brady and the Bucs Win the Super Bowl 57 Title?

After a disappointing and confusing offseason as it seemed like either Tom Brady wanted to retire from football or just leave the Tampa Bay Buccaneers entirely with a move to the Miami Dolphins, he is back for another season. 

The Bucs lost in the NFC Divisional Round at home to the Los Angeles Rams and have a different look around trying to win another championship. However, can Tom Brady do it once again and win his eighth Super Bowl Championship? Let’s try to answer that question so you can continue planning your bets against the Super Bowl Odds.

Can Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers Win the Super Bowl this 2022-23 Season?

Key Losses

When you look at the Buccaneers‘ offense, it is a little less than ideal as tight end Rob Gronkowski retired during the offseason, and wide receiver Antonio Brown is no longer with the team. 

However, wide receiver Chris Godwin tore his ACL in Week 15 last season, and despite his practicing on the field, I doubt he starts Week 1 able to play a full game, and it takes a few weeks.  

Then, of course, we need to discuss the knee injury that can potentially keep All-Pro center Ryan Jensen out for the season that he suffered in Training Camp.

Jenson is a key piece to this Bucs offensive line, and that will hurt. Not to mention some pieces they lost on defense, but this injury is going to make Tampa Bay a little weaker up front, which is not something Tom Brady is going to be happy with. 

The only positive thing is that it happened early in Training Camp, so there is still a lot of time to develop a rapport between the new starting center. 

How Did the Rest of the NFC Do?

There are a handful of good teams that are still in the NFC, as the Los Angeles Rams, Philadelphia Eagles, New Orleans Saints, and Arizona Cardinals all are doing pretty well in improving their teams, and that will make this conference tough. 

That’s not including the likes of Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers. The Bucs will make the playoffs and be a decently high seed at it, but there is also a chance they are an NFC Wild Card team due to the injuries and the improvement seen in New Orleans, a team that seems to have Brady’s number since leaving New England. 

The Verdict

Tom Brady is an absolutely incredible player, no doubt about it, but they lost some significant pieces in Ryan Jensen, safety Jordan Whitehead, and losing offensive guard Alex Cappa. 

They are going to be a little weaker than they were but can figure things out if they can keep guys like wide receiver Julio Jones and Russell Gage healthy. The addition of safety Logan Ryan should also not be ignored as he is a solid safety

However, the NFC is just too good for a team that is dealing with a lot of turnover and some aggressive front offices that will want to improve if they can. There are still some interesting players available, like Odell Beckham Jr, but as presently constructed, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers will not be hoisting the Lombardi Trophy at the end of this NFL season.  


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