Super Bowl 55

Last Minute Before The Lines Go Off The Board Super Bowl 55 Odds To Win

Written by on September 9, 2020

The 2020 NFL season begins Thursday night – with very limited fans in the stands – as the Kansas City Chiefs host the Houston Texans in the Kickoff Game. Here’s a look at each NFL team’s Mybookie odds to win Super Bowl 55 in Tampa next February – at least it’s scheduled for Feb. 7. Whether that’s doable during a coronavirus pandemic is TBA.

  • Kansas City (+515): No team has repeated as Super Bowl champion since New England in 2004, but the Chiefs have Patrick Mahomes and no one else does.
  • Baltimore (+600): The Ravens led the NFL with 14 wins last year and enter 2020 on a 12-game regular-season win streak. They also have the reigning NFL MVP in Lamar Jackson.
  • Tampa Bay (+900): The Bucs won the offseason by getting Tom Brady, Leonard Fournette, Rob Gronkowski and LeSean McCoy.
  • San Francisco (+1000): For about 3.5 quarters last February, it looked like the Niners were going to beat the Chiefs in Super Bowl 54 before San Francisco fell apart. Very rare to get back to the big game the season after losing it.
  • New Orleans (+1100): Probably the final season for QB Drew Brees, arguably the NFL’s best ever in the regular season.
  • Seattle (+1300): Russell Wilson is this writer’s choice to win his first NFL MVP Award this season. He was in the running for much of 2020 before fading a bit at the end.
  • Dallas (+1400): This writer believes the Cowboys will win the NFC East with their most talented roster in many years.
  • Buffalo (+2100): Now that Tom Brady is no longer in the AFC East, the Bills will win the division for the first time since 1995.
  • Pittsburgh (+2200): Will Coach Mike Tomlin be fired if the Steelers miss the playoffs three years in a row?
  • Philadelphia (+2400): The offensive line already has lost two starters to season-ending injuries.
  • Minnesota (+2400): The Vikings recently got much better by trading for excellent young Jaguars defensive end Yannick Ngakoue.
  • Indianapolis (+2400): Colts upgraded at quarterback this offseason with Philip Rivers. The offensive line could be the NFL’s best.
  • New England (+2500): With Tom Brady gone, now we find out how good a coach Bill Belichick really is.
  • Tennessee (+3000): The Titans shocked everyone by riding Derrick Henry to the AFC title game last year, but can we really trust QB Ryan Tannehill?
  • Cleveland (+3500): One of the most talented rosters in the NFL overall, but which Baker Mayfield shows up?
  • LA Rams (+3500): The Rams no longer remotely resemble the team that reached the Super Bowl two seasons ago.
  • Green Bay (+3900): Not sure if these odds are accurate considering the Packers reached last year’s NFC title game. They were more lucky than good in 2019 with an 8-1 record in one-score games.
  • Atlanta (+4200): Dan Quinn could well be the first coach fired this season.
  • Arizona (+5000): A chic sleeper pick to reach the NFC playoffs with rising star QB Kyler Murray and new WR DeAndre Hopkins.
  • Denver (+5300): Could be the Arizona version of the AFC as a sleeper playoff pick behind second-year QB Drew Lock.
  • Las Vegas (+6000): Still feels weird typing Las Vegas and not Oakland.
  • Houston (+6300): Coach/GM Bill O’Brien made some really puzzling moves this offseason but still at least has Deshaun Watson.
  • LA Chargers (+6500): How long will Tyrod Taylor start at QB until Coach Anthony Lynn goes with rookie Justin Herbert.
  • Chicago (+6500): Matt Nagy’s job is on the line with his choice of Mitchell Trubisky as the starting QB.
  • Detroit (+6500): Matt Patricia could be the first coach fired this year too.
  • Cincinnati (+13000): The Bengals will be a lot better than last year’s two-win team with Joe Burrow now under center.
  • Carolina (+14000): This franchise is in full rebuild mode under new coach Matt Rhule.
  • NY Giants (+14000): It’s going to be another long football season in the New York area.
  • NY Jets (+14500): Adam Gase could be the first coach fired this year too.
  • Miami (+15500): The Fins are on the right track but a year from playoff/AFC East contention.
  • Washington (+21500): This club doesn’t even have a nickname and also no shot at a winning season.
  • Jacksonville (+23500): The Jaguars say they aren’t tanking. They are with 16 rookies on the roster.

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