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NFL Future Odds: Super Bowl LIV

While it feels like we just watched Tom Brady and the New England Patriots hoist the Lombardi Trophy (again!), it’s never too early to start thinking about which team might do it next. Hint: Those Patriots might go back-to-back.

Westgate Las Vegas Race & Sports SuperBook has updated their odds as of 3/14, and here’s what we’re looking at:

NFL Team Odds
Kansas City Chiefs 6/1
New England Patriots 6/1
New Orleans Saints 8/1
Los Angeles Rams 8/1
Cleveland Browns 14/1
Green Bay Packers 14/1
Chicago Bears 16/1
Indianapolis Colts 16/1
Los Angeles Chargers 16/1
Dallas Cowboys 20/1
Minnesota Vikings 20/1
Philadelphia Eagles 20/1
Houston Texans 25/1
San Francisco 49ers 25/1
Seattle Seahawks 25/1
Atlanta Falcons 30/1
Pittsburgh Steelers 30/1
Baltimore Ravens 40/1
Jacksonville Jaguars 40/1
Carolina Panthers 50/1
New York Jets 60/1
Oakland Raiders 60/1
Denver Broncos 80/1
Detroit Lions 80/1
New York Giants 80/1
Tampa Bay Buccaneers 80/1
Tennessee Titans 80/1
Arizona Cardinals 100/1
Buffalo Bills 100/1
Cincinnati Bengals 100/1
Washington Redskins 100/1
Miami Dolphins 150/1

For those of you new to the sports betting scene, the odds break down as the stakes times the amount wagered. So, if the odds are 12/1 it means for every dollar you bet (the “1”), you get paid twelve (the “12”) dollars back on your wager.

Am I the only one that finds the Green Bay Packers at 14/1 a bit out of place among the top six teams likely to win Super Bowl LIV?

h/t to Sportsline


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