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Super Bowl Odds: Bettors Believe We'll See An AFC Team Win The Super Bowl

We look at the latest Super Bowl odds and who bettors believe will win
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As we get ever closer to the playoffs, all of our eyes are starting to look at the Super Bowl. Most importantly, we're all looking at who is favorite for the Super Bowl and working out where we want to put our money.

The Kansas City Chiefs are now strong favorites, at +185, similar odds to those that the LA Lakers had to win the NBA Championship at hte beginning of the bubble last year.

Next up are the Green Bay Packers, at +600, and the New Orleans Saints at +850. Both teams have been very good throughout the season.

Recent form is very important in the betting odds, with the Buffalo Bills 4th favorites following some great results, at +1100. Meanwhile the Pittsburgh Steelers have slipped to 11th favorites at +2800. Just ahead of their divisional rivals, the Cleveland Browns, at +3400. Interestingly the Baltimore Ravens, who sit third in the AFC North are the shortest priced team in the division. They are 5th favorites to win the Super Bowl at +1100.

Who will win the Super Bowl?

Over the past 7 days we've seen a huge swell of support for teams from the AFC to win the Super Bowl. In that timeframe 4 of the 5 most backed teams to win Super Bowl LV have been from the AFC.

The Chiefs have been the most backed team, which shouldn't be a surprise, accounting for 22.07% of all bets. The Bills account for 17.93% of all bets. The remainder of the top 3 is rounded out by the New Orleans Saints, the only NFC representative, and 2 teams from the AFC South, the Colts and the Titans.

Super Bowl Odds

Kansas City Chiefs @ +185

Green Bay Packers @ +600

New Orleans Saints @ +850

Buffalo Bills @ +1100

Baltimore Ravens @ +1600

Seattle Seahawks @ +1600

Tampa Bay Buccaneers @ +1600

Los Angeles Rams @ +2000

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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