Super Bowl 55 Odds: Lookahead Lines for Each Possible Matchup

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Odds for Potential Super Bowl 55 Matchups

Matchup
Spread
Buccaneers vs. Chiefs
Chiefs -3
Packers vs. Chiefs
Chiefs -2.5
Packers vs. Bills
Packers -2.5
Buccaneers vs. Bills
Bills -1
Odds via FanDuel as of Thursday afternoon.

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We don’t know who will meet in the Super Bowl, but that doesn’t mean we can’t look ahead anyway.

FanDuel released spreads for each potential Super Bowl 55 matchup, and it’s expected to be a tight content no matter which teams are playing.

The Chiefs are favored against either NFC team. The 3-point spread against Tampa Bay is the largest gap in the four possible matchups. Kansas City, which is the +195 favorite to win the Super Bowl, opened as a 2.5-point favorite over the Packers.

Tampa Bay would also be an underdog to Buffalo but just by one point — the shortest spread on the board. Tampa Bay has the longest Super Bowl odds at +430. As of writing, the Buccaneers are 3-point underdogs to the Packers in the NFC Conference Championship game.

Should the Bills upset the Chiefs on Sunday, they’d meet Green Bay as 2.5-point underdogs.

There’s a fair amount of disagreement between FanDuel’s lines and our NFL PRO projections. Our model doesn’t project as much separation between any of the teams.

The Chiefs are the biggest favorite against the Packers according to our projections. Kansas City would be favored by 1.2 points over Green Bay. Our model gives the Bills the slightest edge (0.1) over the Packers. It gives the Bucs a 0.3-point edge over the Bills. Kansas City reports a 0.8-point edge over Tampa Bay.

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