Updated Super Bowl 54 Odds: Chiefs & 49ers Co-Favorites Heading into Conference Championship Games
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- The NFC Conference Championship Games are set, and the updated Super Bowl odds make it clear who the betting market expects to face off in Miami.
- The Kansas City Chiefs and San Francisco 49ers are essentially co-favorites to hoist the Lombardi Trophy. The Green Bay Packers, who will play on the road in San Fran, re-opened with Super Bowl odds of +470, but the latest numbers show the Packers' chances have gotten even longer.
- The Tennessee Titans are the biggest underdog of them all to win the Super Bowl (what else is new), coming in at +700 odds.
The Divisional Round of the NFL playoffs is in the books, meaning next weekend’s conference championship matchups are all set.
The Tennessee Titans will visit the Kansas City Chiefs in the AFC Championship Game, while the 49ers will host the Packers in the NFC.
With just four teams remaining in the NFL playoffs, here are updated odds to win Super Bowl 54 from FanDuel Sportsbook.
Super Bowl 54 Odds
Odds as of Monday morning and via FanDuel, where Action Network users get a risk-free bet up to $500.
A quick explanation on the odds below: +130 means a $100 bet would profit $130, while +600 means a $100 bet would win $600.
Kansas City Chiefs
Super Bowl Odds: +130
In one of the most thrilling games in recent memory, the Chiefs came back from a 24-0 deficit to beat the Texans, 51-31. And with the Ravens out of the way and the path to the Super Bowl now going through Kansas City, the Chiefs are the new title favorites.
San Francisco 49ers
Super Bowl Odds: +155
The 49ers dispatched the Minnesota Vikings with ease in the Divisional Round and will host Green Bay, a team San Francisco beat handily back in Week 12.
Green Bay Packers
Super Bowl Odds: +600
After holding off a late comeback from the Seahawks, Green Bay now visits San Francisco in the NFC Championship Game.
Super Bowl Odds: +700
In back-to-back weeks, the Titans have taken out the defending Super Bowl champions and the Super Bowl 54 favorites, both on the road.
Tennessee will have to pull off that feat one more time in order to advance to Super Bowl 54.