Updated 2021 Super Bowl LV Odds

2021 Super Bowl LV Odds, 3/15/20 Chiefs Favored to Repeat at 6/1

The defending Super Bowl champion Kansas City Chiefs are favored to win the Super Bowl at 6/1 odds but which team has the next-best odds to win the 2021 NFL title game?

Kansas City Chiefs (6/1)

According to oddsmakers from online sports book Sportsbook.com, the Chiefs are 6/1 to repeat as Super Bowl champions. The most pressing offseason concern for Kansas City is what to do with defensive tackle Chris Jones, who is set to become a free agent. Ian Rapoport reported late last month that the Chiefs will use the franchise tag on Jones, who is due roughly $15.5 million under the tag. He was a vital part of the team’s Super Bowl run.

San Francisco 49ers (8/1)

The 49ers have the next-best odds behind the Chiefs to win next year’s Super Bowl after falling short in the NFL title game this past February. As far as their offseason is concerned, impending free agent Emmanuel Sanders said he’s yet to engage in contract talks with the 49ers and it would appear as though the organization is set to allowing the receiver to walk. In other offseason news, the 49ers adjusted DeForest Buckner’s fifth-year option from $14.36 million to $12.37 million and the aforementioned Rapoport also reports that Marquise Goodwin has been “discussed” in trade talks.

Baltimore Ravens (10/1)

The Ravens have the best odds of any team in the AFC, after earning the No. 1 seed this past season (they subsequently lost in the Divisional round to the Titans). On Sunday, the Ravens agreed to terms on a two-year, $27 million contract extension with Calais Campbell and are also finalizing a deal with Jihad Ward according to the Athletics’ Jeff Zrebiec.

New Orleans Saints (12/1)

The Saints were another team that were upset early in last year’s NFL playoffs, losing in the Wild Card round as a sizable favorite against the Vikings. The biggest decision that the Saints face this offseason is whether or not to bring back Drew Brees, but the quarterback is expected to re-sign with New Orleans. Rapoport reports that Brees is willing to take a below-market deal with the Saints.

New England Patriots (15/1)

NBC Sports’ Chris Simms reports that Tom Brady, who is a free agent, is down to the Patriots and Buccaneers. Simms also reports Brady’s top choice was the 49ers, but they’ve dropped out of the sweepstakes and are committing to Jimmy Garoppolo as their franchise signal-caller. Ryan Tannehill also signed a long-term deal with the Titans, which was another potential suitor for Brady because of his connection with head coach Mike Vrabel. If Brady moves on, the Patriots could turn to youngster Jarrett Stidham as their franchise QB.

Below are a complete least of odds for the 2021 Super Bowl.

2021 Super Bowl LV Odds to Win

Kansas City Chiefs 6/1

San Francisco 49ers 8/1

Baltimore Ravens 10/1

New Orleans Saints 12/1

New England Patriots 15/1

Dallas Cowboys 18/1

Green Bay Packers 20/1

Seattle Seahawks 20/1

Pittsburgh Steelers 22/1

Philadelphia Eagles 25/1

Tennessee Titans 30/1

Buffalo Bills 35/1

Atlanta Falcons 40/1

Chicago Bears 40/1

Cleveland Browns 40/1

Houston Texans 40/1

Indianapolis Colts 40/1

Los Angeles Rams 40/1

Minnesota Vikings 40/1

San Diego Chargers 40/1

Tampa Bay Buccaneers 50/1

Denver Broncos 60/1

Las Vegas Raiders 60/1

New York Giants 75/1

New York Jets 85/1

Arizona Cardinals 100/1

Detroit Lions 100/1

Cincinnati Bengals 125/1

Miami Dolphins 125/1

Carolina Panthers 150/1

Jacksonville Jaguars 150/1

Washington Redskins 150/1

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