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Super Bowl 55 Odds, Futures: Kansas City Chiefs Favored to Defend NFL Championship in 2021

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Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images. Pictured: Damien Williams #26 of the Kansas City Chiefs at Super Bowl 54.

The Kansas City Chiefs defeated the San Francisco 49ers, 31-20, to win Super Bowl 54.

For those wondering about the 2020-21 NFL season, oddsmakers have already released early odds to win Super Bowl 55.

Below is the full list of Super Bowl 55 odds.

Odds as of Feb. 2 and via DraftKings, where Action Network users get a risk-free bet up to $500.

Super Bowl 55 Odds, Futures

  • Kansas City Chiefs: +600
  • Baltimore Ravens: +800
  • San Francisco 49ers: +1000
  • New Orleans Saints: +1200
  • New England Patriots: +1400
  • Green Bay Packers: +1600
  • Philadelphia Eagles: +1700
  • Seattle Seahawks: +1800
  • Dallas Cowboys: +2000
  • Minnesota Vikings: +2000
  • Pittsburgh Steelers: +2000
  • Los Angeles Rams: +2200
  • Tennessee Titans: +2200
  • Atlanta Falcons: +3300
  • Cleveland Browns: +3300
  • Houston Texans: +3300
  • Buffalo Bills: +3500
  • Chicago Bears: +3500
  • Indianapolis Colts: +4000
  • Los Angeles Chargers: +5000
  • Las Vegas Raiders: +5000
  • Tampa Bay Buccaneers: +5000
  • Denver Broncos: +6000
  • Arizona Cardinals: +6600
  • Carolina Panthers: +6600
  • Detroit Lions: +6600
  • New York Giants: +6600
  • New York Jets: +7000
  • Jacksonville Jaguars: +8000
  • Cincinnati Bengals: +10000
  • Miami Dolphins: +10000
  • Washington Redskins: +15000

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Super Bowl 55 Odds, Betting Notes

Tom Brady will have a massive effect on Super Bowl 55 odds depending on where he lands this offseason.

Should he ultimately decide to stay with the New England Patriots, their +1400 odds will likely shorten. On the other hand, should Brady leave New England and the AFC East altogether, the Buffalo Bills would have a much easier path to the playoffs and ultimately the Super Bowl.

The Tennessee Titans — who lost to the Kansas City Chiefs in the 2020 AFC Championship Game — could vault to the top-tier of contenders if they find a way to land the six-time Super Bowl champion quarterback.

Brady is a -230 favorite to return to New England while Tennessee is given a +500 chance.

Drew Brees is another big domino to fall as the Saints quarterback is mulling retirement this offseason. With 12-1 odds, New Orleans’ chances of winning Super Bowl 55 are sure to take a tumble if Brees does decide to call it a career.

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