Updated NFL Super Bowl Odds March 27th

Updated NFL Super Bowl Odds March 27th

Written by on March 27, 2020

While we are months away from the start of the 2020 NFL regular season, football fans and betting enthusiasts like you know it’s never too early to start formulating a betting plan for any new campaign. With that thought in mind, let’s take a look at the current odds to win Super Bowl 55 next February.

Updated NFL Super Bowl Odds March 27th Edition

Odds to win Super Bowl 55

  • Kansas City Chiefs +600
  • Baltimore Ravens +750
  • San Francisco 49ers +1000
  • New Orleans Saints +1200

Analysis: The defending Super Bowl champion Kansas City Chiefs are prohibitive favorites and for good reasons. Patrick Mahomes and almost the complete roster that finished the 2019 campaign will be back in 2020 and as loaded as ever. The same goes for Baltimore and reigning MVP Lamar Jackson. In San Francisco and New Orleans, the Niners and Saints also looked primed to make another great run at winning the NFC Championship thanks to a powerful defense in Frisco and an explosive offense in New Orleans.

Legitimate Contenders

  • Seattle Seahawks +2500
  • Green Bay Packers +2800
  • Philadelphia Eagles +2200
  • New England Patriots +2500
  • Buffalo Bills +3300
  • Tennessee Titans +3300
  • Dallas Cowboys +2200
  • Tampa Bay Buccaneers +3300
  • Minnesota Vikings +4000
  • Pittsburgh Steelers +4000

Analysis: Out of this group, I like Seattle, Philadelphia and Minnesota the most out of the NFC teams listed here. The Seahawks and Birds possess MVP-caliber quarterbacks in Russell Wilson and Carson Wentz respectively while Minnesota should be rock-solid again in 2020 defensively. Out of the AFC teams in this group, I expect New England to be competitive, but not nearly as good as they would be if Tom Brady had stayed. I’m expecting Buffalo and Tennessee to challenge for a berth in the AFC title tilt and I’m expecting Pittsburgh to be competitive again with Ben Roethlisberger back under center.

The Best of the Rest

  • Cleveland Browns +4000
  • Las Vegas Raiders +4000
  • Los Angeles Chargers +4000
  • Arizona Cardinals +5000
  • Atlanta Falcons +5000
  • Chicago Bears +5000
  • Houston Texans +5000
  • Los Angeles Rams +5000
  • Indianapolis Colts +3300

Analysis: Out of this group, I like the Chargers, Rams and Texans to challenge for playoff berths and Chicago as well, if Nick Foles supplants Mitch Trubisky sooner rather than later. Atlanta looked great to close out the 2019 campaign and the Falcons should be ready to go from the outset after a horrific start to last season. In Cleveland, the Browns are heading in a new direction under Kevin Stefanski, so no one really knows what to expect out of Baker Mayfield and the Browns. I like the additions that both, Arizona and Indianapolis made in free agency in landing DeAndre Hopkins and Philip Rivers and I expect both teams to take a big step forward in 2020.

Not Gonna’ Happen!

  • Denver Broncos +6600
  • Detroit Lions +10000
  • Miami Dolphins +10000
  • New York Giants +10000
  • New York Jets +10000
  • Cincinnati Bengals +15000
  • Jacksonville Jaguars +15000
  • Washington Redskins +15000
  • Carolina Panthers +25000

Analysis: The Broncos still have question marks at quarterback (hello, Cam Newton?) while the Lions are a complete mess heading into Year 3 of the Matt Patricia era. The Miami Dolphins got it right by naming Brian Flores as their head coach and Chris Grier as their GM, but the Fins are still at least a year away from challenging for a playoff berth, though they are certainly heading in the right direction. The Giants have a new and completely untested first-time head coach in Joe Judge and the Jets still have the incompetent Adam Gase in charge. The Bengals and Panthers are starting completely over under Joe Burrow and Matt Rhule while Jacksonville looks like a train wreck waiting to happen.