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NFL Odds: Which Hard Knocks Team Is Most Likely To Win The Super Bowl?

Both teams have switched places over the past two weeks
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This year's installment of Hard Knocks has been unlike any other in the show's history as it's detailed the impact of Covid-19 on preperations for the upcoming season.

The LA rivals are both featured in the show, so we decided to take a look at the odds and betting data around both teams as the season draws closer.

Los Angeles Rams Odds

Sean McVay's Rams are in arguably the hardest division in football this year, the NFC West. Super Bowl runners up just two years ago they'll face last seasons runners up, the San Francisco 49ers and the Seattle Seahawks, who are looking dangerous with Tyler Lockett and DK Metcalf arguably the best WR duo outside of Tampa Bay. Not only that but they now face an Arizona Cardinals team on the rise, with an impressive air raid offense and the addition of real playmaker DeAndre Hopkins.

The Rams have slipped from 15th favorite to win the Super Bowl to 18th over the past 14 days, with the odds moving from +3300 to +5000.

They're only third favorites to win the NFC West at +550, just ahead of the Cardinals +900, but behind the Niners +114 and Seahawks +240.

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Los Angeles Chargers Odds

The Chargers have an easier divison on the whole but the Chiefs are a major problem for the next decade. They've replaced Phillip Rivers this season and Tyrod Taylor will start under center, with Justin Herbert likely to replace him at some point this season.

Their odds have come in from +5000 to +4500 over the past two weeks, leapfrogging their city rivals, the Rams, in the betting to win the Super Bowl.

They're second favorites to win the AFC West at +850, behind the Kansas City Chiefs at -390. They are ahead of the Denver Broncos +1100 and Las Vegas Raiders +1200.

Who are bettors backing?

We've checked our betting data and in the past 6 months since the season ends, there has been very little between the teams, with the Chargers accounting for 1.55% of bets, just ahead of the Rams at 1.50% of total bets on the Super Bowl winner.

That has slightly changed in the past 30 days, with the Rams improving to 1.51% of bets, whilst the Chargers have slumped to just 1.01% of bets. The most popular bet unsurprisingly being the Chiefs who have raked in 14.82% of bets.

A lifelong football and basketball fan with years of experience in the sports gambling industry, Sam is known for his incredibly deep knowledge of all things NFL and NBA.


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