Early Super Bowl LV Odds

Early Super Bowl LV Odds

Written by on February 3, 2020

If you took by NFL betting advice, then you cashed in on Kansas City’s Super Bowl LIV win over San Francisco on Sunday night! However, if you picked the Niners to pull off the upset and you’re in a bit of agony because of that selection and the end of the 2019 season, then fear not…you could get over your Super Bowl blues in a hurry by making a timely wager on the winner of next season’s Super Bowl LV showcase.

That’s right NFL gridiron betting faithful, before the ink even dried on the Chiefs stunning Super Bowl comeback, the odds to win it all next season hit the board and right now – you could make a great futures odds wager that pays off big in February of 2021. With all of that said, let’s take a look at which teams could potentially cash in on their value-packed Super Bowl LV futures odds.

Early Super Bowl LV Odds

Odds To Win Super Bowl LV

  • Kansas City Chiefs +700
  • Baltimore Ravens +800
  • San Francisco 49ers +875
  • New England Patriots +1200
  • New Orleans Saints +1600
  • Pittsburgh Steelers +2000
  • Dallas Cowboys +2000
  • Seattle Seahawks +2500
  • Green Bay Packers +2500
  • Philadelphia Eagles +2800
  • Los Angeles Rams +3000
  • Minnesota Vikings +3000
  • Los Angeles Chargers +3300
  • Cleveland Browns +3300
  • Houston Texans +3500
  • Indianapolis Colts +3500
  • Tennessee Titans +3500
  • Buffalo Bills +4000
  • Chicago Bears +4000
  • Atlanta Falcons +4000
  • Denver Broncos +5000
  • Las Vegas Raiders +6000
  • New York Giants +6600
  • Tampa Bay Buccaneers +6600
  • Carolina Panthers +6600
  • Detroit Lions +8000
  • New York Jets +8000
  • Cincinnati Bengals +10000
  • Jacksonville Jaguars +10000
  • Arizona Cardinals +10000
  • Miami Dolphins +12500
  • Washington Redskins +15000

Super Bowl LV Preview

Each and every year, the Super Bowl champion is generally listed as the odds-on-favorite to win the ensuing Super Bowl, even though no team has gone back-to-back since New England pulled off the feat back in 2003 and 2004. No matter, this time around, Kansas City represents arguably the best chance of any team to repeat next season, seeing as how franchise signal-caller Patrick Mahomes will be under center for years to come and the Chiefs still have a ton of talented skill position players and Andy Reid leading them.

Baltimore might have gotten upset just prior to reaching the AFC Championship game, but like the Chiefs, the Ravens look like a franchise that will have sustained success for the next few years at the very least, thanks to the breakout campaign by young quarterback Lamar Jackson, the league’s current MVP and a defense that has been rock-solid for the last two decades pretty much.

San Francisco might have come up short of winning it all this season, but I’m fully expecting the Niners to be right back in the Super Bowl mix next season, based on their challenging rushing attack and shut-down defense. When it comes to New England, all bets are off if Tom Brady doesn’t return and even if he does, the Pats look like their best days are clearly behind them.

I still have a lot of faith in New Orleans as long as Drew Brees is running the show in the Big Easy. Pittsburgh’s Mike Tomlin was, for me, the best coach in all off football this past season by guiding the Steelers to an eight-win campaign without franchise quarterback Ben Roethlisberger. With Big Ben back under center, the Steelers look like they’ll challenge in the AFC at the very least.

Dallas hired Mike McCarthy to lead them into a new era, but I still don’t believe the Cowboys will really challenge for a Super Bowl berth because of Jerry Jones’ still, meddling ways. Conversely, I love Seattle because of the combination of MVP-caliber superstar Russell Wilson and head coach Pete Carroll. Green Bay, Philly, the Los Angeles Rams and Minnesota all recorded winning records and reached the playoffs in 2019, so it’s not a real stretch to see any or all of these four teams making a run for the NFC Championship at the very least.

The Chargers are looking at big changes next season, starting with the likelihood that longtime franchise quarterback Phillip Rivers could be done in L.A. I have absolutely no idea why Cleveland is so high up on the Super Bowl odds board, but I don’t believe in Baker Mayfield and I’m not overly fond of their hire of Kevin Stefanski as their new head coach.

Why the Browns are favored over, both Houston and a Tennessee Titans team that reached the AFC Championship, but I like both AFC South residents to make a push for a deeper playoff run than they m=both made this year, even though I do believe it’s time for the Texans to part ways with head coach Bill O’Brien.

Chicago and Atlanta could also rebound after underachieving far too often in 2019, Both teams closed out the regular season playing good football and that could carry over into next season. Last, but not least, Buffalo was the hardest playing team in the league this past season and the Bills could benefit in a huge way if Tom Brady doesn’t return to the Patriots.

Super Bowl LV Predictions

Point blank, one of the aforementioned teams will win Super Bowl 55 next season. My top picks, in each conference and in order are, Kansas City and Baltimore in the AFC along with Seattle and New Orleans in the NFC. Next, I’m going with Pittsburgh and Houston in the AFC and San Francisco and Philly in the NFC.