Super Bowl 55 Odds: Packers Top Chiefs as Betting Favorite at One Sportsbook
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Odds to Win Super Bowl 55
|Green Bay Packers||+195|
|Kansas City Chiefs||+200|
|Tampa Bay Buccaneers||+450|
Odds via BetMGM as of Thursday afternoon.
The Kansas City Chiefs have been the Super Bowl betting favorites all season, but just a few days before the conference championship games are set to commence, we have found one change in the market.
The Green Bay Packers replaced the Chiefs as the betting favorite at BetMGM with plus-195 odds, just slightly lower than the Chiefs at +200.
Green Bay, sitting at a consensus +200 and as high as +240 (FanDuel), has been the NFC favorite since Dec. 16 when it passed the New Orleans Saints on the odds board.
The injury to quarterback Patrick Mahomes put Kansas City’s future in question, but all signs point to the quarterback playing against Buffalo. The Chiefs are 3-point favorites over the Bills in the AFC Championship Game.
Meanwhile, Green Bay is a 3-point favorite against Tampa Bay in the NFC Championship Game.
Should the Packers and Chiefs meet, FanDuel has set the lookahead line to Kansas City -2.5.
Green Bay was as high as 35-1 after its Week 1 win over Minnesota. However, a 3-0 start, including a victory over the Saints, moved the Packers to 14-1 and into a tie with New Orleans and Tampa Bay.
The Packers and Bucs are Sunday’s first game, starting at 3:05 p.m. ET. The Chiefs and Bills follow at 6:40 p.m. ET.
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