Early Super Bowl 55 odds have been released. Teams like the Kansas City Chiefs and the Baltimore Ravens have the best shot of getting to Tampa in 2020.
It’s never too early to start thinking about next year’s Super Bowl.
Super Bowl LV will be at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida. It will be NBC’s year to have the national telecast. With it being a warm-weather city and in a stadium that has held many important football games before at the college and pro levels, Super Bowl LV should go off without a hitch.
With Super Bowl LV only 11 months away, let’s look at the early leaders to hoist the Lombardi Trophy next year. If you’re a fan of the Kansas City Chiefs or the Baltimore Ravens, you have to be excited about where your team stacks among the rest of the league.
Odds are from OddsShark.
Super Bowl 55 odds (top 10)
- Kansas City Chiefs: +500
- Baltimore Ravens: +700
- San Francisco 49ers: +900
- New England Patriots: +1,200
- New Orleans Saints: +1,200
- Philadelphia Eagles: +1,500
- Green Bay Packers: +1,600
- Seattle Seahawks: +1,600
- Dallas Cowboys: +2,000
- Pittsburgh Steelers: +2,200
- Minnesota Vikings: +2,200
- Tennessee Titans: +2,200
Kansas City (+500) and Baltimore (+700) have the best odds to win Super Bowl LV. The San Francisco 49ers have the best odds coming out of the NFC at +900. Many of the usual suspects round out the top 10 like the New England Patriots at +1200, the Philadelphia Eagles at +1500 and the Green Bay Packers at +1600.
Of any of the teams listed above with the best value, the Pittsburgh Steelers at +2200 look pretty enticing, as do the Seattle Seahawks at +1600. You’re not getting great value with teams like the New Orleans Saints at +1200 or the Dallas Cowboys at +2000. Overall, these are the teams we’d expect to have top-10 odds for Super Bowl 55 heading into the offseason.
If you’re looking for a few sleeper teams outside of the top 10, the Houston Texans at +3000 and the Atlanta Falcons at +3500 offer potentially great value. Should you want possibly greater value than even that, try the Tampa Bay Buccaneers at +4000 or the Denver Broncos at +6600 then.
Ultimately, all but six teams have somewhere between +1000 and +10000 odds to win the Super Bowl. Kansas City, Baltimore and San Francisco are presumptive favorites, while you’d be throwing your money away by wagering on the Cincinnati Bengals, the Miami Dolphins and the Washington Redskins, all tied for the worst odds at +12500.
One of these 32 teams will win Super Bowl LV. Will it be your favorite team? Better yet, can you get tremendous value on a Super Bowl sleeper in early March ? Let’s hope so and choose wisely.