2021 Super Bowl Odds: Kansas City Chiefs opening favorite

The confetti has not been cleaned up yet from the 2020 Super Bowl – a big congratulations to the Kansas City Chiefs – and our attention already shifts to the 2021 Super Bowl odds a year from now.

To no surprise, the Chiefs, who beat the San Francisco 49ers 31-20, have the shortest odds (+650) of any team to win Super Bowl 55. Those 49ers aren’t too far behind them, coming in at +900 for next season’s championship.

2021 Super Bowl Odds

Here is a full-breakdown on each NFL team’s odds of winning Super Bowl 55.

Kansas City Chiefs +650

Baltimore Ravens +700

San Francisco 49ers +900

New Orleans Saints +1200

New England Patriots +1400

Green Bay Packers +1800

Philadelphia Eagles +1800

Pittsburgh Steelers +1800

Seattle Seahawks +1900

Dallas Cowboys +2000

Minnesota Vikings +2000

Los Angeles Rams +2200

Tennessee Titans +2200

Cleveland Browns +3200

Houston Texans +3300

Atlanta Falcons +3500


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Buffalo Bills +3500

Chicago Bears +3500

Indianapolis Colts +4000

Los Angeles Chargers +3500

Las Vegas Raiders +5000

Tampa Bay Buccaneers +5500

Denver Broncos +6000

Carolina Panthers +6600

Detroit Lions +7000

New York Giants +7000

New York Jets +7000

Arizona Cardinals +7500

Jacksonville Jaguars +8000

Cincinnati Bengals +10000

Miami Dolphins +10000

Washington Redskins +15000

Odds via BetMGM.

When is Super Bowl LV?

The 2021 Super Bowl, which will be the 55th Super Bowl, is scheduled for Sunday, February 7, 2021. The game is scheduled to be played at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, FL.

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