By Adam Thompson | | 3 mins
Chiefs Favorites To Repeat in Latest Super Bowl 55 Odds
The clock just hit “00:00” on Super Bowl 54. On to Super Bowl 55.
Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs outscored the San Francisco 49ers 21-0 in the fourth quarter for a dramatic 31-20 win in Miami to secure the first Lombardi Trophy for the franchise in 50 years. As Mahomes hoisted the Lombardi Trophy, oddsmakers updated their futures prices for the next Big Game, set for Feb. 7, 2021 in Tampa. Odds favor a rematch.
Sunday night, the Chiefs are the favorites to win Super Bowl 55, hitting the offseason at +600 in the Super Bowl betting odds posted at both 888sport and over at Unibet. The Baltimore Ravens, the NFL’s best regular-season team at 14-2 led by NFL MVP Lamar Jackson and the Chiefs’ top AFC rival, are next up at +800, followed by the 49ers at +1000, the top NFC team on the list.
The New Orleans Saints, who are hoping to have Drew Brees under center once again are +1200, while the New England Patriots, who won the Super Bowl one season ago, is at +1400 but first is prioritizing re-signing QB Tom Brady. The next five teams on the list are all in the NFC – the Packers, Eagles, Seahawks, Cowboys and Vikings. The Rams are right behind them.
The Washington Redskins, who went 3-13 this season with an offense that ranked 31st and a defense that ranked 27th, anchor the bottom of the chart at +15000. The Cincinnati Bengals, who own the No. 1 overall pick in the 2020 NFL Draft are at +10000, as are the Miami Dolphins.
Before you begin your NFL betting for next season, check out the new odds here:
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Complete Super Bowl 55 Odds
|Kansas City Chiefs||+600|
|San Francisco 49ers||+1000|
|New Orleans Saints||+1200|
|New England Patriots||+1400|
|Green Bay Packers||+1600|
|Los Angeles Rams||+2200|
|Los Angeles Chargers||+5000|
|Las Vegas Raiders||+5000|
|Tampa Bay Buccaneers||+5000|
|New York Giants||+6600|
|New York Jets||+7000|
These NFL futures odds are current as of publication but subject to change.