2021 Puppy Bowl XVII Odds and Bets: Super Bowl 55 Props

Sports Interaction Staff | Updated Feb 06, 2021

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Team Fluff and Team Ruff will battle it out in the 17th annual Puppy Bowl, the biggest little game of the year.

February 07, 2021, 6:30 PM ET
Raymond James Stadium
Tampa Bay
Pointspread -3 -105
Moneyline -150
Over / Under o +56.5


Betting Action


Pointspread +3 -115
Moneyline +127
Over / Under u +56.5


Betting Action


Puppy Bowl XVII will air on Super Bowl Sunday, February 7th, starting at 2 p.m. ET. It’s a 3-hour event that you simply cannot miss, so catch it on both Discovery+ and Animal Planet.  It was recently announced that the co-hosts of this year’s Puppy Bowl will be none other than Martha Stewart and her bestie Snoop Dogg, who’ll be bringing their commentary as well as their own pet pups along for the game!

Who Won the 2020 Puppy Bowl?

Team Fluff managed to get the win and claim the Lombarky trophy in the final moments of the game last year, outscoring Team Ruff by a score of 63-59. The two teams now stand at 3 wins each.

2021 Puppy Bowl XVII Odds

Puppy Bowl XVII

  • Team Fluff -120
  • Team Ruff -120
The year’s most thrilling game is upon us, and no, I don’t mean the showdown between Patrick Mahomes and Tom Brady. It’s the annual showdown between Team Ruff and Team Fluff! Featuring super competitive puppers running chew toys into the end zones as they battle it out for the famed Lombarky Trophy.
Seventy pups from 22 shelters and rescues around the United States will be on the field, with rufferee Dan Schachner calling the game. Alongside the furry athletes, Kristen Bell and Valerie Bertinelli will be there providing the viewers with information about the adoption process. All the dogs participating in the Puppy Bowl are ready to be adopted! Check out the entire starting lineup right here at Animal Planet!

Among the very good boys and girls who’ll be on Team Ruff and Team Fluff this year are six wonderful special needs puppies. These loveable doggos will take to the field and prove that all kinds of puppies can play just as hard and have just as much fun!

According to Pets with Disabilities in Maryland, “Jett is a Labrador retriever/German pointer mix who was born without his two front legs. And while he was the runt of his litter, Jett has proved since birth that he’s a fighter. With help from Pets with Disabilities, Jett has learned how to walk on his hind legs, use a wheelchair, and jump without help.”