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NFL Odds: The 10 Most Backed Teams to Win Super Bowl LV

Which teams do bettors expect to win the Super Bowl this season?
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1. Baltimore Ravens 15.84%

Best Super Bowl Odds: +650

Worst Super Bowl Odds: +400

The Ravens owned the best record in the NFL through the regular season last year, so it makes sense to see bettors putting their support behind Baltimore. The Ravens’ success really comes down to Lamar Jackson. Can he build on last season’s unbelievable performance or will his numbers come back down to Earth? It looks as though bettors are banking on the former.

2. Kansas City Chiefs 14.43%

Best Super Bowl Odds: +600

Worst Super Bowl Odds: +575

Last year’s champs come into this season as the favorite to win another title at most sportsbooks. What’s not to like about the Chiefs? They have the best quarterback on the planet, an incredibly talented group of wide receivers, the AFC’s best tight end and they went out and got their feature back in this season’s draft with Clyde Edwards-Helaire. If their defense can even just be average to above average, most teams will struggle to keep up with Mahomes and the rest of the KC offense.

3. Tampa Bay Buccaneers 11.55%

Best Super Bowl Odds: +1500

Worst Super Bowl Odds: +1000

When you add Tom Brady, Rob Gronkowski, LeSean McCoy and Leonard Fournette to an offense that already has two of the best wide receivers in the NFL, you can expect a lot of Super Bowl hype. The main question is what type of play can we expect from these additions? Brady is the best QB of all time, but he’s also 43 years old and playing in a new offense for the first time in his career. Gronkowski took all of last season off before being traded, Leonard Fournette was cut by the Jags and LeSean McCoy is well past the 30-year-old threshold where running backs start to decline in production. It's also important to note that Super Bowl LV will be played in Tampa this season.

4. New England Patriots 6.67%

Best Super Bowl Odds: +2500

Worst Super Bowl Odds: +2000

This seems to be a bet on Bill Belichick more than the actual players the Patriots have on the field. On paper, they got worse just about everywhere, but we’ve seen Belichick turn average players into Pro Bowlers in the past. If the Pats get a healthy Cam Newton under center, they could make a run despite an average roster.

5. Dallas Cowboys 5.66%

Best Super Bowl Odds: +1700

Worst Super Bowl Odds: +1500

The Cowboys have an embarrassment of riches on the offensive side of the ball. Dak Prescott, Ezekiel Elliott, Amari Cooper and Michael Gallup were already set to do massive things in 2020, then Dallas went out and drafted CeeDee Lamb and got even more explosive. There are no more excuses for the Cowboys. Expectations are sky high in Dallas.

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6. San Francisco 49ers 5.07%

Best Super Bowl Odds: +1000

Worst Super Bowl Odds: +900

It’s a little bit of a shock to see the 49ers, last year’s NFC Champions, so far down the list. The two things they struggled with last season were protecting the QB and getting production from their WRs. They addressed both things by acquiring left tackle Trent Williams and drafting Brandon Aiyuk. They lost DeForest Buckner, but went out and drafted Javon Kinlaw. Expect the 49ers to be one of the NFCs best teams again this year.

7. New Orleans Saints 5.02%

Best Super Bowl Odds: +1200

Worst Super Bowl Odds: +1100

The Saints have been consistently one of the best teams in the NFC for a long time now, and it seems as though that will continue to 2020. If Drew Brees can stay healthy, the addition of Emmanuel Sanders should take some attention away from Michael Thomas and open up the field for everyone, including Alvin Kamara.

8. Indianapolis Colts 4.34%

Best Super Bowl Odds: +2800

Worst Super Bowl Odds: +2000

It seems as though bettors are expecting big things out of Philip Rivers in his first season in Indianapolis. Rivers inherits and offense with T.Y. Hilton, Marlon Mack. Jonathan Taylor and Jack Doyle, but the Colts will need more production from Parris Campbell this season if the offense is going to play at a high level. The addition of DeForest Buckner and Xavier Rhodes should only strengthen the defensive side in Indy.

9. Seattle Seahawks 3.47%

Best Super Bowl Odds: +2200

Worst Super Bowl Odds: +1400

Like the 49ers, I’m surprised to see the Seahawks this low on the list. Granted, they play in probably the best division in football, but any team with Russell Wilson under center has a shot to win it all. DK Metcalf, Tyler Lockett, Phillip Dorsett are a very strong WR group, and if Josh Gordon is reinstated they’ll get that much better.

10. Arizona Cardinals 2.51%

Best Super Bowl Odds: +5000

Worst Super Bowl Odds: +3300

When you add the best wide receiver in football and already have one of the best young quarterbacks in the league, bettors are going to take notice. Kyler Murray should take another step forward in 2020 now that Bill O’Brien basically gave the Cardinals DeAndre Hopkins for free. The biggest question for Arizona becomes how will they perform in a brutal NFC West? If they can succeed within the division, the +5000 price seems like a no brainer.


Brian is a sports journalist with close to ten years of experience in the business. A lifelong Philadelphia sports fan with a passion for all things sports gambling.


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