Updated Super Bowl LIV Odds – September 20th Edition

Updated Super Bowl LIV Odds – September 20th Edition

Written by on September 20, 2019

After a couple of weeks, wild changes in Super Bowl futures have happened. The NFL preseason favorite, the New England Patriots, are an even stronger favorite. Not only that, but some teams future handicappers were bullish on have seen their odds skyrocket. Check out a Super Bowl LIV odds update!

Updated Super Bowl LIV Odds – September 20th Edition

  • When: Sunday, Feb. 2, 2020
  • Where: Hard Rock Stadium, Miami Gardens, FL

Odds to Win Super Bowl LIV

  • New England Patriots +280
  • L.A. Rams +1000
  • Kansas City Chiefs +435
  • New Orleans Saints +2000
  • L.A. Chargers +3000
  • Philadelphia Eagles +1300
  • Cleveland Browns +2500
  • Chicago Bears +2500
  • Indianapolis Colts +7500
  • Green Bay Packers +1300
  • Pittsburgh Steelers +10000
  • Dallas Cowboys +1000
  • Minnesota Vikings +2600
  • Seattle Seahawks +2400
  • Atlanta Falcons +3400
  • Baltimore Ravens +1650
  • Houston Texans +3600
  • San Francisco 49ers +2500
  • Jacksonville Jaguars +11000
  • Carolina Panthers +10000
  • Tennessee Titans +10000
  • Tampa Bay Buccaneers +10000
  • Oakland Raiders +16000
  • New York Giants +35000
  • Denver Broncos +25000
  • New York Jets +60000
  • Detroit Lions +9000
  • Arizona Cardinals +35000
  • Washington Redskins +75000
  • Buffalo Bills +6000
  • Cincinnati Bengals +50000

Which team among the Patriots, Rams, and Chiefs offers overlay odds to win the Super Bowl?

The Rams benefited in Week 2 from the referees…again. Playing the New Orleans Saints, last season’s NFC Championship rival, Los Angeles got the benefit of another no-call. This time, the Saints ran back a Jared Goff fumble for a touchdown. Only, it wasn’t a touchdown. Yes, it was a touchdown, visually, in reality. But, it wasn’t a touchdown in NFL reality.

The Rams looked good beating the Saints, but the non-call and Drew Brees injury benefited LAR. That makes the Rams a bad team to back at the current odds. They didn’t really show they’re that much better than a couple of other teams in the NFC.

When it comes to the Chiefs and Patriots, the team offering the most value between the two is New England. Sounds crazy because the Patriots odds are a low +280. However, being the chalk doesn’t mean they offer underlay odds, right?

New England has played better than the Kansas City Chiefs in a couple of games. Not only that, but the Patriots defense is much more capable than KC’s. At least, it feels like that at this point in the season. Also, the Pats have history on their side. Andy Reid’s teams always tend to get worse as the season goes on.

Which biggest market moving team has the best shot at winning Super Bowl LIV?

Two huge market movers have impressed. The Dallas Cowboys entered the regular season a +2000 choice to win the Super Bowl. Those odds have been cut in half to +1000. Makes sense because the Boys are solid on both sides of the football. Dak Prescott is having an MVP type season so far. If the Cowboys quarterback continues to excel, watch out. The defense is top notch and there aren’t better offensive lines in the NFL.

The Baltimore Ravens are the other market moving team to keep an eye on. They might be an overlay at +1650. That’s how good the offense and defense have looked in two games. Quarterback Lamar Jackson is the MVP favorite based on what he did against Miami and Arizona. If Jackson has a great game on Sunday versus KC and Balt wins, the Ravens’ odds will plummet.

Which out of favor preseason favorite can lift the Vince Lombardi Trophy?

Two teams qualify. The Chargers are much better than what they showed in the Week 2 loss to the Detroit Lions. Don’t sleep on LAC to turn it on.

New Orleans will be without Drew Brees for 6 weeks, but they’ve got a couple of capable backups in Teddy Bridgewater and Taysom Hill. Coach Sean Payton could use both, go exclusively with Bridgewater, or go exclusively with Hill. If the Saints can weather the storm with a 4-2 record while Brees is out, they’ll be right there in the end.

Which two NFL teams offer odds much lower than they should to win Super Bowl LIV?

Take your pick. Philadelphia has a bad secondary. Every team in the NFL should be able to torch that secondary. The Browns are an underlay at +2500 because they can’t stop teams from getting to Baker Mayfield. The defensive line is also overrated.

Green Bay has a good defense. But, they can’t seem to move the football and score touchdowns. Lay off all three of those teams to win the Super Bowl this year.