What a crazy day in NFL news. With just days before the draft, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and New England Patriots have agreed into a trade that involves former New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski.


Rob Gronkowski Rejoins Tom Brady in Tampa Bay

A year ago when Rob Gronkowski retired, no one believed 2018 was the last time that Tom Brady would throw a touchdown pass to “Gronk”. They were right.


Given that the physical has gone through via Jay Glazer, the new-look Tampa Bay Bucs have a vicious offense in the NFC South.

The Bucs look to trot out an All-Pro cast of offensive weapons with Tom Brady:

  • WR Mike Evans
  • WR Chris Godwin
  • TE Rob Gronkowski
  • TE O.J. Howard
  • TE Cameron Brate
  • RB Ronald Jones

This is instantly one of the best offenses in the NFL, and if Tom Brady has a lot in the tank, they will certainly be a candidate to win the Super Bowl after the 2020 NFL season.


TB Bucs Super Bowl Odds Movement

With Rob Gronkowski set to be a part of the new-look Bucs, their Super Bowl odds movement will certainly continue the rise. After the Bucs signed Tom Brady, the Super Bowl odds rose from +4000 to +1600. This will undoubtedly shake up the odds again. Currently on DraftKings Sportsbook, the Bucs’ Super Bowl odds are +1300, up from +1400. There are only four teams with better odds than the Bucs:

  • Chiefs +600
  • Ravens +700
  • 49ers +900
  • Saints +1200

The Bucs are also +650 to win the NFC, and +110 to win the NFC South. Expect their win total to rise soon as well.

Meanwhile over at BetMGM, movement has forced oddsmakers to bring Tampa Bay all the way down to +900.

Gronk Futures

According to DraftKings Sportsbook, the over/under for receiving yards is at -110 on both sides, as well as for receiving touchdowns. He is currently the favorite for Comeback Player of the Year, with Steelers QB Ben Roethlisberger coming in second at +500.

Bet on Rob Gronkowski, Tom Brady, and the Bucs at DraftKings Sportsbook

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