Updated 2020 Super Bowl Odds
The Patriots have made three straight trips to the Super Bowl and if their current odds are any indication, they could be making it four consecutive trips by the end of the 2019 season.
According to oddsmakers from Sportsbook.com, the Patriots are 6/1 to win the 2020 Super Bowl and remain the odds favorite to win it all again this season. Their biggest competition is once again the Chiefs, who are 7/1 to win this upcoming season’s Super Bowl, giving them the second-best odds over the rest of the field.
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Which team has the best odds to represent the NFC in Miami? That would be the Eagles at 10/1, although the Saints (11/1) and rams (12/1) have comparable odds in a wide open conference. From there, there’s a decent drop off to the Browns, who are 18/1 to win it all this season.
One year after upsetting the Ravens on the road in the wild card round, the Chargers are also 18/1 to win the 2020 Super Bowl but they once again are dealing with injury concerns. Safety Derwin James is set to miss a good chunk of the season and while the Bolts have a loaded defense, his versatility was key in the team’s playoff run last year.
Continuing with the current Super Bowl futures, the Bears, Cowboys and Packers are all 20/1, respectively. The Steelers and Vikings have the next-best odds at 25/1, followed by the Falcons at 35/1. The 49ers, Jaguars, Seahawks and Texans are all 40/1, respectively, while the Panthers are 45/1 and the Ravens are 50/1.
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From there, there’s a massive drop and this is where we get into the true long shots. The Andrew Luck-less Colts are now 70/1, followed by the Broncos at 75/1. The new-look Bucs are 100/1 to win the 2020 Super Bowl, same as the Jets, Raiders and Titans. The Bills are 110/1, while the Giants are 125/1 and the Lions are 130/1.
The Cardinals, meanwhile, are 150/1 long shots to win it all in Kliff Kingsbury’s first NFL season, while the Bengals and Redskins are 200/1, respectively. The Dolphins have the worst odds of any team in the NFL, checking in at 500/1 as we draw closer to Week 1.