The NFL season kicks off in just under two weeks. Already, there are some big betting lines on the 2020 Super Bowl. Below, we have the latest 2020 Super Bowl odds.
Current 2020 Super Bowl Odds
|Super Bowl 54|
2 Feb. 2020
6:30 PM (EST)
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|Kansas City Chiefs||+130||+135||+135|
|San Francisco 49ers||+140||+135||+160|
|Green Bay Packers||+650||+650||+650|
Super Bowl Odds 2019-2020 NFL Season
With only a couple of weeks to go, Super Bowl betting lines are skyrocketing. Who’s going to be in Super Bowl 54? Likely, the Chiefs and the 49ers will go head to head. There are tons of Super Bowl bets at the moment for both teams. Likely, this is due to their great Super Bowl odds.
Furthermore, annual favorites the New England Patriots were at 7-1 to claim another Super Bowl after last year’s win. Also, the Saints out of New Orleans had some longshot odds at 17-2.
Of course, now we know that it’ll likely be the 49ers and the Chiefs this year. So, stay tuned for game day!
What’s the spread on the Super Bowl?
Super Bowl LIII is set to be one of the closer matchups in recent Super Bowl history. So, it comes as no surprise that NFL Super Bowl odds reflect the closeness between the two teams. This year, the Super Bowl spread on most major sportsbooks range from -2/2.5 for New England and +2/2.5 for the Rams, essentially giving the Rams a field goal head start.
As we just said, the current Super Bowl odds, with a +/-2.5 Super Bowl point spread, sees the Patriots as slight favorites, giving 1.87 odds to the Rams 1.95. Similarly, the Super Bowl spread odds aren’t that different to the Super Bowl line odds. These see the Patriots around 1.72 and the Rams closer to 2.15. Remember, the current Super Bowl odds may change before the start of the game.
While the 2.5 points may seem unlikely to make a difference in the outcome of your bet, the two teams are evenly matched. Therefore, this will likely lead to a close game. On the other hand, both high powered offenses could break out and win the game by a significant margin, leaving the spread in the dust. In either outcome, it seems unlikely that the score will run inside the spread, making betting on the spread lucrative for New England bettors. On the flip side, this makes things less lucrative for Rams fans.
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Super Bowl Predictions: Patriots or Rams?
Both the Rams and Patriots come into the Super Bowl with tremendous momentum after winning their divisions in close games. If you recall, the Rams won out over the Saints, whereas the Kansas City Chiefs lost to the Pats. With the NFL Super Bowl odds at 2.15(Rams) to 1.72(Pats), it’s clear that the Patriots are considered slight favorites by the experts who know the game best.
It should be noted, however, that the LA Rams had the more successful regular season with a record of 13-3 compared to the Patriots record of 11-5. The lower Super Bowl odds on the Patriots are likely based on the experience both QB Tom Brady and Head Coach Bill Belichick have together at the Super Bowl. Combined, they have 9 appearances over their careers. On the other hand, Rams QB Darren Goff and Head Coach Sean McVay will both see their first Super Bowl.
Though both teams were considered underdogs in their division matchups they come through in the fourth quarter with game-winning drives. With the NFL Super Bowl odds so close together it may come down to which team has the ball at the end or which team commits the least amount of turnovers.
While two of the favorites ended up at Super Bowl 53, a number of teams put up a fight. naturally, this could’ve led to a different result if a few plays went another way. Wild card teams such as the Dallas Cowboys and Seattle Seahawks had hot ends to the regular season, continuing that form into the playoffs.
Unfortunately, the Cowboys got Rammed after taking out the Seahawks in the first round. Expect both teams to be around next year, along with the Kansas City Chiefs, for some great pre-season NFL Super Bowl odds.
2019 Final Super Bowl Odds
|Team||2018 Record (regular season)||Odds to win Super Bowl 53|
|New England Patriots||11-5||-140|
|Los Angeles Rams||13-3||+120|
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