Latest Super Bowl Odds For All 32 Teams Heading Into 2021 Season

Latest Super Bowl Odds For All 32 Teams Heading Into 2021 Season article feature image
  • Looking for Super Bowl 56 odds? We're tracking them for all 32 teams heading into the 2021 season.
  • Find the latest odds following the Buccaneers' victory over the Chiefs below.

Super Bowl Odds

Team
Odds
Chiefs
+550
Packers
+900
Buccaneers
+900
Ravens
+1200
Bills
+1200
Rams
+1200
49ers
+1400
Saints
+1700
Browns
+2200
Seahawks
+2200
Dolphins
+2500
Colts
+2800
Chargers
+2800
Titans
+2800
Cowboys
+3000
Patriots
+3000
Steelers
+3000
Vikings
+4000
Panthers
+4500
Cardinals
+5000
Falcons
+5000
Bears
+5000
Raiders
+5000
Eagles
+5000
Broncos
+6000
Team
+6000
Bengals
+6600
Giants
+6600
Jets
+6600
Jaguars
+8000
Lions
+10000
Texans
+10000
All odds are as of Feb. 7 and via DraftKings.

When Super Bowl odds opened for the 2020 season, the Buccaneers were listed at 50-1.

A Tom Brady signing and championship later, and the Bucs open the 2021 NFL season tied with the Packers for the second-best championship odds at +900, trailing only the Chiefs at +550.

After that top trio are two AFC squads — the Bills and Ravens — as well as the Rams, all three of which are tied at +1200.

We’ll be tracking how these odds shift throughout the offseason, so keep this page bookmarked for updates during free agency and following the draft.

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Jan. 19: Opening

The NFL is down to its final four teams, so perhaps it’s no surprise that those teams are considered early favorites to win Super Bowl 56 next season.

Westgate SuperBook released odds on Monday before the conference championship games, installing the Kansas City Chiefs as early +600 favorites. Their AFC counterpart, the Buffalo Bills, are second on the oddsboard at +1000 — that’s the same number as the NFC favorite Green Bay Packers. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are right behind at +1200.

All four teams are established at the most important position — quarterback. Patrick Mahomes and Josh Allen aren’t going anywhere any time soon. Aaron Rodgers and Tom Brady will eventually retire, but both are coming off productive seasons; Rodgers is even the likely 2020 league MVP.

The Ravens and Saints are also near the top at +1200. That’s notable for New Orleans considering the question mark at quarterback next season as it’s reportedly expected Drew Brees retires. Jameis Winston is a free agent, but Taysom Hill will be there.

Notables on the board include the Cowboys at +2000. Dallas has a decision to make with Dak Prescott, who is coming off a broken leg and spent the 2020 season under the franchise tag.

Pittsburgh is +2500, but will also carry some uncertainty at quarterback this offseason. Ben Roethlisberger has contemplated retirement in each of the last few offseasons, and his play to close the season was concerning.

The Texans, Lions, Jets and Bengals are at the bottom of the list at +10000. The Jets, though, are favored to acquire quarterback Deshaun Watson should the Texans trade him.