NFL Football Betting Odds - Super Bowl 55 Futures

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The 2020 NFL season could very well be like no other, as the world is recovering from the coronavirus pandemic and it is uncertain how NFL stadiums will look in the fall. What we do know is that the New England Patriots will look a lot different, as gone is Tom Brady who is now with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The defending Super Bowl champion Kansas City Chiefs open the 2020 season as the favorite to win Super Bowl LV, while the Baltimore Ravens are the second choice in Super Bowl betting odds.

The NFL has a number of contenders to win the Super Bowl this season, including the San Francisco 49ers, who lost to the Chiefs in last year’s Super Bowl and the New Orleans Saints who still have Drew Brees at quarterback. The Buccaneers with Brady under center are one of the darkhorse contenders to win the title this season and not to be forgotten are the Dallas Cowboys, Philadelphia Eagles, Seattle Seahawks, Green Bay Packers and Minnesota Vikings.

Super Bowl Lines (Oct 30)

ODDS TO WIN SUPER BOWL
Arizona Cardinals +3305 Atlanta Falcons +35000 Baltimore Ravens +580
Buffalo Bills +2703 Carolina Panthers +17500 Chicago Bears +6000
Cincinnati Bengals +250000 Cleveland Browns +6700 Dallas Cowboys +15500
Denver Broncos +50000 Detroit Lions +14000 Green Bay Packers +850
Houston Texans +60000 Indianapolis Colts +3455 Jacksonville Jaguars +250000
Kansas City Chiefs +380 Las Vegas Raiders +6700 Los Angeles Chargers +14000
Los Angeles Rams +1927 Miami Dolphins +13500 Minnesota Vikings +50000
New England Patriots +6500 New Orleans Saints +1551 New York Giants +100000
New York Jets +500000 Philadelphia Eagles +6700 Pittsburgh Steelers +785
San Francisco 49ers +1852 Seattle Seahawks +1066 Tampa Bay Buccaneers +594
Tennessee Titans +2102 Washington Redskins +27500 -

AFC Conference Betting

Ding dong, the king is dead. Most pundits are heaping dirt onto the New England Patriots’ incredible run in the AFC after the departure of Tom Brady this offseason. The Patriots are no longer the favorites to win the AFC East according to the NFL futures odds, and whoever lines up under center will have enormous shoes to fill.

Kansas City and Baltimore are the co-favorites to win the AFC, and no other team has odds of less than 10-1 to win the conference. The Chiefs and Ravens are led by the last two NFL MVPs, and they were the top two teams in the AFC last season. Read more

NFC Conference Betting

There is no clear-cut favorite in the NFC. This conference has been far more wide open than the AFC over the last two decades, and that will make it difficult for San Francisco to repeat as champion. There are five teams that have odds of 10-1 or less to win this conference, and only the NFC North is seen as lacking a true Super Bowl contender.

No team’s NFL futures odds have shifted more than Tampa Bay’s during the offseason. The Buccaneers immediately became Super Bowl contenders with the addition of Tom Brady, and this franchise may be primed to break a 13-year playoff drought. They have since added Rob Gronkowski, making this passing game among the most formidable in the league if Brady still has it. Read more

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NFL Teams

AMERICAN LEAGUE CONFERENCE
Buffalo Bills Baltimore Ravens Indianapolis Colts Kansas City Chiefs
New England Patriots Pittsburgh Steelers Houston Texans Los Angeles Chargers
New York Jets Cleveland Browns Tennessee Titans Denver Broncos
Miami Dolphins Cincinnati Bengals Jacksonville Jaguars Las Vegas Raiders
NATIONAL LEAGUE CONFERENCE
Dallas Cowboys Minnesota Vikings New Orleans Saints San Francisco 49ers
Philadelphia Eagles Green Bay Packers Tampa Bay Buccaneers Seattle Seahawks
New York Giants Chicago Bears Atlanta Falcons Los Angeles Rams
Washington Redskins Detroit Lions Carolina Panthers Arizona Cardinals
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