It’s never too early to start looking at Super Bowl odds! With Super Bowl 55 Odds recently being released, the betting public will be anxious to start making their bets on a potential champion. We’re hoping that the issues surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic will diminish, and we will be able to have an NFL season. Let’s take a look at the Super Bowl odds for some favorites, along with some sleeper picks so you can make your bets against their NFL odds.
NFL Super Bowl Odds, Picks, Favorites and Darkhorses
Kansas City Chiefs: 5-1
The defending Super Bowl champions will be poised and ready to defend their title. After signing Patrick Mahomes to the largest deal in NFL history, the Chiefs showed everyone that they are committed to winning. As of this writing, Damien Williams has opted out of playing this season, but the Chiefs drafted Clyde Edwards-Helaire, so they’ll be safe at the running back position. If the Chiefs defense can hold up their end, Kansas City should be one of the top contenders in the AFC.
Baltimore Ravens: 13-2
Baltimore was disappointed in the way their season ended at the hands of the Tennessee Titans. They’ll be back with a vengeance, as defending MVP Lamar Jackson leads the way. Baltimore is solid on both sides of the ball, and will be a threat in the AFC.
San Francisco 49ers: 7-1
The 49ers have one of, if not the best defense in the league, a solid running game, and arguably the league’s best pass-catching tight end. With all of those attributes, what’s not to like about San Francisco? Well, the one thing that everyone will question is the quarterback position. Many feel that Jimmy Garoppolo is holding the 49ers back from being a great team. We shall see if this is true or not.
New Orleans Saints: 12-1
In the past, the Saints defense has been their downfall. That’s no longer the case, as New Orleans was built a formidable defensive unit. Combine that with the powerful offense led by Drew Brees, Michael Thomas, and Alvin Kamara, and you have a Super Bowl Contender. If Brees can continue to win the battle with Father Time, look for good things from the Saints.
Dallas Cowboys: 12-1
Is Dak Prescott worth $31.4 million? Is the Cowboys offensive line good enough to protect Prescott and create running lanes for Ezekiel Elliott? Are Amari Cooper, Michael Gallup, and Cee Dee Lamb the best group of receivers in the NFL? These are all questions that surround the Cowboys. They have the talent to contend, but something always seems to stand in the way of the Cowboys being great.
Pittsburgh Steelers: 25-1
Even though the Steelers played last year without an NFL-caliber starting quarterback, they were still in playoff contention deep into the season. With the return of Big Ben Roethlisberger, Pittsburgh could have the missing link. The offense struggled last season, but the return of Big Ben could change that. With a very tough defensive unit, Pittsburgh could be a great value pick for the betting public. Mike Tomlin needs to have a good season, or the Steelers could be looking to make some changes.