2020 Super Bowl Futures Odds
The New England Patriots won one of the least-entertaining games in Super Bowl history on Sunday by beating the L.A. Rams 13-3 in Atlanta. The Patriots have opened as favorites to win the 2020 Super Bowl but they have some company atop the futures odds.
According to oddsmakers from online sports book BetNow.eu, the Patriots and Chiefs are co-favorites to win the 2020 Super Bowl at 7/1, respectively. These two teams met in the AFC Championship Game this season and played one of the most entertaining games of the NFL season. Kansas City fell short in overtime, largely thanks to a defense that couldn’t get a stop all season. Still, the Chiefs will return Patrick Mahomes to an offense that doesn’t figure to be slowed down much again next year.
Continuing with the 2020 Super Bowl odds, the Rams have the next-best odds behind the Chiefs and Patriots at 10/1. Jared Goff looked horrendous against the Patriots in Super Bowl 53 and Sean McVay had no answers for Bill Belichick, who shut down his high-scoring offense in Atlanta. Even though the Rams just played in the Super Bowl, it’s not a slam-dunk that they return given how much offseason turnover they could have over the next few months.
Meanwhile, the Bears and Saints are 15/1, respectively to win the 2020 Super Bowl, followed by the Colts and Packers at 18/1, respectively. Chicago will return one of the league’s best defenses but Mitchell Trubisky needs to take another step in his development if the Bears are going to make a deep run. The Saints are another team that could take a step back next year if you consider how fatigued Drew Brees looked at the end of 2018 (and the 2019 playoffs). The Colts were at least a year ahead of schedule this year by making and winning a postseason game while the Packers always have a shot with Aaron Rodgers under center, although it remains to be seen how good Matt LaFleur will be as a first-time head coach.
The Chargers are another team to watch heading into the 2019 season and they’re 20/1 to win the 2020 Super Bowl. The Eagles, Steelers and Vikings are all 20/1, respectively, to win next year’s NFL title while the Cowboys are 25/1. Some of the other mid-range long-shots include the Browns, Falcons and Ravens at 30/1, respectively. The Seahawks and Texans are both 40/1, respectively, while the 49ers are 45/1.
Getting into the long-shots, the Giants, Jaguars and Panthers are all 50/1, respectively to win the Super Bowl next year. The Bucs and Titans are 60/1, respectively, followed by the Bengals, Bills, Broncos, Cardinals, Jets, Lions and Raiders, who are all 100/1, respectively. The Redskins are 125/1 and the Dolphins have the worst odds on the board at 280/1.