Super Bowl LV won’t be played till the first Sunday in February 2021, but that is not stopping the oddsmakers from already coming out with their odds on what two teams will be taking part in that game.
Here’s the top five as far as the odds are concerned and what the bookmakers seem to think will be the best bet to make next year’s Super Bowl.
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Kansas City Chiefs 7/1 – The Chiefs overcame the Texans on Sunday in K.C. to advance to the AFC Title game at home this week against the Tennessee Titans.
While it seemed like it was the New England Patriots that would be in the Chiefs way to the Super Bowl, it’s the upstart Titans that stand before them.
Baltimore Ravens 8/1 – The Ravens suffered the upset of the year on Saturday night when despite going 14-2 they fell at home to the Titans.
Lamar Jackson should only get better, but until he turns the corner and wins a playoff game there are going to be questions if he can get the job done in the postseason.
Add to the fact they have a ton of free agents, and a 14-win repeat in Baltimore won’t be so easy in 2020.
San Francsico 49ers 8/1 – The Niners were the most impressive team in the divisional round, as they dispatched the Minnesota Vikings by 17 points.
They are a good young team that can be good for a long time to come. The question will be how far they make it this season, and however this season ends, can they build on it for 2020?
New England Patriots 12/1 – Is it the end of an era for the Patriots, who lost at home in the AFC Wild Card game to the Titans and showed little signs of life late in the game.
There’s huge questions as to how this team will look in 2020, starting with Tom Brady and his future. With Josh McDaniels back as the offensive coordinator, the team likely will look to reload instead of rebuild.
Don’t count this dynasty out yet, but it’s leaning very much on life support.
New Orleans Saints 14/1 – Upset at home in overtime by the Vikings in the NFC Wild Card game, the Saints have plenty of questions about their future and if their window is going to remain open in 2020.
There’s no doubt that this team will work hard to be as good as they have been, but there’s also a point where the team may have to figure out the direction of where this team wants to go.
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