Super Bowl Odds for 2020 Season


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Super Bowl Odds for the 2020 Season

We’re not seeing the same kind of movement in the NFL Super Bowl LV futures market we’re normally accustomed to after the NFL Draft. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the NFL Draft was not held in Las Vegas, and with the move to a virtual draft—via telecommunications platforms—the sportsbooks saw virtually no handle in this respective market.

According to our sources, the oddsmakers expected a record handle in this market prior to the world shutdown, projecting that many fans who were flying to Vegas for the event would invest in this particular market before they left town. Instead, not only did the Vegas sportsbooks miss out on that attendance, many of the books around town made a business decision to shut down their mobile betting applications completely as well. With all that in mind, oddsmakers very rarely adjust prices (Super Bowl Odds) “on air” without the influx of wagers needed to balance their overall risk.

Back in March, we highlighted the movement after the news of Tom Brady landing in Tampa Bay as well as every blockbuster move during the NFL Free Agency Frenzy. Here’s a look at the teams that have seen the biggest alterations to their team outlooks according to the boys in the desert.

The Biggest Risers Super Bowl Odds

Tampa Bay Buccaneers: (From 60/1 to 14/1)

No team saw a more significant adjustment than the Buccaneers, who made the biggest splash in free agency in signing Tom Brady away from the New England Patriots. The Bucs went from 60/1 all the way to the fourth overall betting choice at odds of 14/1. Brady moves in under center and takes the reins of one of the league’s most high powered offenses led by two Pro Bowl wide receivers in Mike Evans and Chris Godwin. We all know that Brady loves to utilize his tight ends and now he has a very familiar face in Rob Gronkowski, in addition to Cameron Brate and O.J. Howard. The oddsmakers realize that Brady immensely brings value to a wide-open NFC that doesn’t contain either team that is home to the last two League MVPs in Patrick Mahomes and Lamar Jackson.

At the new considerably lower odds I would not invest in Tampa Bay, despite the arrival of the Hall-of-Fame bound Brady. We saw this hype last season with the Cleveland Browns—who eventually went as low as 6/1 in Vegas last season—only to see the sportsbooks crush those who bought into all the offseason moves that included acquiring star wideout Odell Beckham Jr. This is a hard pass for me at the extreme short odds.

Arizona Cardinals: Super Bowl Odds (From 80/1 to 60/1)

Another team that saw a sizable move in their Super Bowl futures odds were the Cardinals. The Cardinals easily are the winners of the offseason after acquiring star wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins via trade from the Houston Texans. Kyler Murray was the overall QB7 in fantasy football and the Offensive Rookie of the Year last season without a weapon like Hopkins. Just imagine the strides he could now make in Kliff Kingsbury’s offense. Perhaps no player summed up the thoughts of every NFL fan better than running back Chase Edmonds upon news of the trade:

In a wide open NFC, I love the attractive plus-odds of Arizona at 60/1 or higher, especially after landing arguably one of the best prospects in the Draft in star linebacker Isaiah Simmons.

Super Bowl 54 is in the books, and with the Kansas City Chiefs fresh off beating the San Francisco 49ers, sportsbooks have already made the Chiefs the Top Choice above the Ravens to win back to back Super Bowls. The Latest Super Bowls odds have the Chiefs at 4-1.

Super Bowl Odds for 2020 Season
Team Odds
Kansas City Chiefs 4/1
Baltimore Ravens 13/2
San Francisco 49ers 7/1
New Orleans Saints 11/1
Dallas Cowboys 12/1
Tampa Bay Buccaneers 12/1
Seattle Seahawks 17/1
Philadelphia Eagles 17/1
Green Bay Packers 18/1
New England Patriots 20/1
Buffalo Bills 20/1
Indianapolis Colts 25/1
Pittsburgh Steelers 25/1
Los Angeles Chargers 25/1
Minnesota Vikings 28/1
Los Angeles Rams 28/1
Las Vegas Raiders 30/1
Tennessee Titans 35/1
Chicago Bears 40/1
Cleveland Browns 40/1
Denver Broncos 50/1
Atlanta Falcons 60/1
New York Giants 60/1
Arizona Cardinals 60/1
Houston Texans 60/1
Detroit Lions 100/1
Miami Dolphins 100/1
New York Jets 100/1
Carolina Panthers 125/1
Jacksonville Jaguars 200/1
Washington Redskins 200/1
Cincinnati Bengals 200/1
Odds to win 2020-21 NFC Championship
Team Odds
San Francisco 49ers 13/4
New Orleans Saints 11/2
Dallas Cowboys 6/1
Tampa Bay Buccaneers 6/1
Philadelphia Eagles 6/1
Seattle Seahawks 17/2
Green Bay Packers 9/1
Minnesota Vikings 14/1
Los Angeles Rams 14/1
Chicago Bears 20/1
Atlanta Falcons 20/1
Arizona Cardinals 28/1
New York Giants 30/1
Detroit Lions 50/1
Carolina Panthers 60/1
Washington Redskins 100/1
Odds to win 2020-21 AFC Championship
Team Odds
Kansas City Chiefs 2/1
Baltimore Ravens 13/4
Buffalo Bills 10/1
New England Patriots 10/1
Indianapolis Colts 12/1
Los Angeles Chargers 12/1
Pittsburgh Steelers 12/1
Las Vegas Raiders 15/1
Tennessee Titans 17/1
Cleveland Browns 20/1
Denver Broncos 25/1
Houston Texans 30/1
Miami Dolphins 50/1
New York Jets 50/1
Jacksonville Jaguars 100/1
Cincinnati Bengals 100/1
Odds to win 2020-21 AFC East
Team Odds
New England Patriots 1/1
Buffalo Bills 7/5
New York Jets 8/1
Miami Dolphins 12/1
Odds to win 2020-21 AFC North
Team Odds
Baltimore Ravens 5/9
Pittsburgh Steelers 11/4
Cleveland Browns 5/1
Cincinnati Bengals 30/1
Odds to win 2020-21 AFC South
Team Odds
Indianapolis Colts 7/5
Tennessee Titans 7/4
Houston Texans 3/1
Jacksonville Jaguars 12/1
Odds to win 2020-21 AFC West
Team Odds
Kansas City Chiefs 2/9
Las Vegas Raiders 17/2
Los Angeles Chargers 10/1
Denver Broncos 10/1
Odds to win 2020-21 NFC East
Team Odds
Dallas Cowboys 6/5
Philadelphia Eagles 6/5
New York Giants 15/2
Washington Redskins 11/1
Odds to win 2020-21 NFC North
Team Odds
Green Bay Packers 7/5
Minnesota Vikings 6/4
Chicago Bears 9/2
Detroit Lions 17/2
Odds to win 2020-21 NFC South
Team Odds
New Orleans Saints 10/11
Tampa Bay Buccaneers 8/5
Atlanta Falcons 6/1
Carolina Panthers 14/1
Odds to win 2020-21 NFC West
Team Odds
San Francisco 49ers 21/20
Seattle Seahawks 9/4
Los Angeles Rams 13/4
Arizona Cardinals 12/1
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