Super Bowl 53 Matchup Odds: Saints Beating Chiefs Most Likely Outcome

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Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports. PIctured: New Orleans Saints running back Mark Ingram (22) and running back Alvin Kamara (41) against the Minnesota Vikings at U.S. Bank Stadium.

  • There are four potential Super Bowl 53 matchups remaining, which leaves eight potential exact outcomes.
  • The Saints beating the Chiefs is the most likely at +329, while either outcome in a Rams-Patriots Super Bowl pays out +774.

With just a few weeks left in the season, Super Bowl 53 future payouts are dwindling. For bigger payouts, you need to get more specific with your wagers.

There’s no better way of doing that than to pick an exact outcome.

With eight distinct possibilities, payouts on these range from +329 to +774. You can even bet on each of them not happening, which could be an enticing option for those who don’t mind laying a big price.

Super Bowl 53 Exact Outcome Odds

With the Saints and Chiefs the two favorites this week, and the Saints hypothetical 1.5-point favorites for the Super Bowl if they play each other, the most likely of the exact outcomes is Saints over Chiefs. The +329 odds suggest there is a 23.3% chance of this happening.

The most far-fetched options involve both underdogs (Rams and Patriots) winning this week. Either outcome in that potential game pays out +774, which suggests a 11.4% chance.

Are these worth betting or could you better your winnings with a parlay this week? In the case of the Rams and Pats, you could parlay them both on the moneyline (currently +155 for the Rams and +135 for the Patriots) for a +500 payout. If you started with $100, you’d have $500 to bet on the Super Bowl.

With that lookahead line at a pick ’em, you’d be able to nearly double your $500 and come out with almost $1,000 — substantially more than the $774 you’d get by betting $100 on either of those right now.

What about Saints over Chiefs? A $100 parlay on those two teams winning this week pays around +155. If the Saints are approximately -130 in that Super Bowl matchup, you’d only end up with about $275 — about $50 less than the exact outcome payout.

Looks like it’s a case-by-case scenario!

Be sure to do your due diligence and maximize your profits before betting any of these.