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Super Bowl Odds: Bettors Backing Baker Mayfield And The Cleveland Browns For Super Bowl Glory

Bettors are heavily backing the Cleveland Browns after they defeated the Pittsburgh Steelers in the NFL Wild Card Round
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The NFL Super Wild Card Round was a huge success with a number of great games, each more exciting that the last. The biggest winners of the weekend were undoubtedly the Cleveland Browns who were brilliant, as they defeated their divisional rivals, the Pittsburgh Steelers 48-37.

Cleveland's thrilling performance was a big hit with bettors and in the past 12 hours we've seen that a huge 45.71% of bets on the Super Bowl market have been backing the Browns. The Browns reward for facing adversity and beating their rivals is a road trip to face Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs, with the Chiefs as 10-point favorites. If you want to back the Browns then they're still the outsider according to the books, with their +3000 odds, the longest of any remaining team. The Browns were as long as +5000 before the Steelers game.

The Buffalo Bills are the second most backed team in that timeframe, taking in 20% of all bets, just ahead of the Green Bay Packers on 14.29%. Interestingly, the Chiefs, who will face the Browns on Sunday, are only the fourth favourite pick, collecting 8.57% of bets, despite being bookies favorites, with a short price of +220.

NFL Super Bowl Odds

Here are the Super Bowl odds for every team remaining in contention

Kansas City Chiefs +220

Green Bay Packers +400

New Orleans Saints +600

Buffalo Bills +700

Baltimore Ravens +800

Tampa Bay Buccaneers +900

Los Angeles Rams +2200

Cleveland Browns +3000

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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