Odds for next year’s Super Bowl 55 in Tampa, FL have been released, with some familiar teams up top. Both the 49ers and Chiefs squared off in Super Bowl 54, and come in alongside the Ravens to determine the top three. We have a whole offseason of possible changes that could shake up these odds a bit. Dallas has some contract situations to handle, while a few teams are just a few pieces away from making a serious run. One thing is for sure, Lamar Jackson and Patrick Mahomes will have the odds in their favor throughout the year. The odds on this page are from DraftKings Sportsbook. We will be updating this page throughout the year and also have our real-time NFL Super Bowl Odds page where you can shop lines from the top US Sportsbooks.
Super Bowl 55 Odds
The Big Three
No surprise to see Kansas City and San Francisco top the list, and Baltimore joining them as well. Patrick Mahomes is the best quarterback in football, and with Andy Reid and plenty of weapons they will be in the thick of it again. Getting in on the odds early is key. Because as we get into the season, the value will only go down as the wins start piling up. Kansas City has a major advantage with a softer division. Philip Rivers is likely on his way out, and the rest of the division is rebuilding. San Francisco had one of the better turnarounds in recent history, having no more than six wins in each of the last four seasons, to going 13-3 with a trip to the Super Bowl. The 49ers are a young team, and should be atop of the Super Bowl odds over the next few years. They will need to add some depth to a few aging positions. This team is primed to be in the Super Bowl mix a lot this decade.
Baltimore had an electric 2019 season going 14-2, and had the highest scoring offense of any team in the league. It was led by Lamar Jackson, who has emerged as a terrific young quarterback. The defense improved in the second half, but the offseason will be about getting another weapon at wide receiver, and addressing a few needs on the defensive side. The Ravens had a disappointing playoff loss to Tennessee, where they failed to show up after earning a bye. John Harbaugh is in the running for coach of the year, and changed his coaching strategy quite a bit. He was more aggressive and tailored his team around new strengths. Much like San Francisco and Kansas City, Baltimore will be right there yet again.
Brees, Brady, & Rodgers
We saw Drew Brees, Tom Brady, and Aaron Rodgers flame out of the playoffs in disappointing fashion. Although Rodgers at least won a playoff game. Brees and Brady are both free agents, but it is hard to see both New England and New Orleans moving on from them. The Patriots have to work some magic in getting playmakers around Brady, otherwise it is going to be similar year to 2019. The defense is already in good shape, and having the best coach in football is a big advantage. In New Orleans, getting Brees a true WR2 is key, and improving the secondary is next. The Saints have been on the cusp the last few years, but continue to bow out of the playoffs early. I still like their value at +1200, as they will be frontrunners in the NFC yet again. The NFC South is slowly getting better, but the Saints will likely be on top of the division.
Green Bay is coming in at +2500, and their needs are pretty glaring. Get Rodgers some help, and sure up the run defense. If they can do this, the Packers will have a great chance at making it further than they did in 2019. They were an underwhelming 13-3 team, and most of us knew it. However, winning 13 games with these weapons and a Swiss cheese run defense, this can be a quick fix. The NFC is going to be tough again, and the road through is looking tougher than the AFC. Overall Green Bay is in really good shape to close out Rodgers career with a window to win. They have a run game, and a stud wideout in Davante Adams. Another piece or two will help out greatly.
Both Philadelphia and Seattle made the playoffs but struggled in the first round. The Eagles battled injuries all year long, and if they don’t address the needs at wide receiver and in the secondary, they will be in trouble again. Overall this Eagles team still has a championship quality roster, and at +1900, they come in with some nice return value. Russell Wilson makes this Seattle team what they are, and they are always a dangerous team. The issue with Seattle is that this is an extremely tough division. The NFC West saw a down season from the Rams, going 9-7, but they have plenty of talent to get back going after reaching the Super Bowl back in 2018. Los Angeles coming in at +2800 is something to keep an eye on, as they are flying under the radar a bit.
Houston and Minnesota have consistently been in the playoffs the last few years, but have suffered defeats against teams that were just a tier above them. Houston’s defense is going to need fixing. It is hard to see them as true Super Bowl contenders until that happens. I do like the +4600 odds though, and the same goes for the Vikings. Consistency has always been an issue for Minnesota. They are a complete team that can address the few needs they have over the offseason. If you are looking for some dart throws at +2500, Buffalo and Atlanta are there. The Falcons were a team that battled injuries again, but this is still a lethal offense with an improving offensive line. The Bills are a team that will continue to build. They have one of the better secondaries, and should get Josh Allen more help this offseason. They had the game against Houston, and with New England trending downwards, we could see a change at the top of the division next year.
- Vegas Odds
- NFL Odds
- NBA Odds
- MLB Odds
- DraftKings Sportsbook Live Odds
- FanDuel Sportsbook Live Odds
- 2020 College Basketball Championship Odds
- 2020 Final Four Odds
- 2021 College Football Championship Odds
- 2020 Heisman Trophy Winner Odds
- Odds To Win NBA MVP 2019-20
- NBA Odds To Make Playoffs 2019-20
- NBA Team Win Totals 2019-20
- NBA Championship Title odds 2020
- NBA Rookie of the Year Odds 2020
- NFL Super Bowl Odds
- Super Bowl 55 2020 Odds
- NFL MVP Odds 2020-21
- NFL Offensive Rookie Of The Year Odds 2020
- 2020 NHL Stanley Cup Odds
- NFL Team Win Totals 2020-21
- NFL Defensive Player of the Year Odds 2020
- 2020 Unibet Premier League Darts Odds
- 2020 U.S. Open Odds
- 2020 AL & NL MVP Odds
- 2020 NHL Hart Trophy Odds
- 2020 English Premier League Soccer Odds
- The Masters 2020 Odds
- 2020 Kentucky Derby Odds
- 2020 British Open Odds
- 2020 PGA Championship Odds