NFL Super Bowl 54 Odds for 2019

As the NFL’s 100th anniversary season is set to begin, it’s an exciting time for all football fans who can convince themselves that this is their team’s year. But is it, really? According to Bovada’s Super Bowl odds for every team in 2019, it very well could be for the haves – such as the defending champion Patriots, defending AFC West champion Chiefs, NFC South champion Saints, etc. – while it isn’t so much the case for the have-nots – like the hapless Dolphins and Redskins.

We at TickPick have included Super Bowl odds for each NFL team in 2019, with this blog being updated weekly to reflect any changes that are sure to come throughout the long season. Keep in mind that you can find tickets for every single one of your team’s games this year on TickPick, which is the cheapest secondary marketplace and the only one that charges absolutely no service fees.

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Super bowl LIV Odds Per NFL Team (as of Week 6)

New England Patriots: +300

Kansas City Chiefs: +600

New Orleans Saints: +900

Green Bay Packers: +1200

Philadelphia Eagles: +1200

Dallas Cowboys: +1500

San Francisco 49ers: +1500

Los Angeles Rams: +1600

Seattle Seahawks: +2000

Baltimore Ravens: +2500

Carolina Panthers: +2500

Chicago Bears: +2500

Houston Texans: +2600

Minnesota Vikings: +2600

Cleveland Browns: +3300

Indianapolis Colts: +3500

Buffalo Bills: +4000

Los Angeles Chargers: +4000

Detroit Lions: +5000

Jacksonville Jaguars: +5000

Oakland Raiders: +6000

Tampa Bay Buccaneers: +7000

New York Giants: +7500

Tennessee Titans: +8000

Atlanta Falcons: +10000

Pittsburgh Steelers: +10000

Arizona Cardinals: +25000

Denver Broncos: +25000

Cincinnati Bengals: +100000

Miami Dolphins: +100000

Washington Redskins: +100000

New York Jets: +100000

The NFL Teams with the Best Super Bowl Odds

1. New England Patriots

The defending champion Patriots – who have won three of the last five Super Bowls – are naturally in the driver’s seat through five weeks of the NFL season. What makes this team even more formidable in 2019 is that their defense is as good as it’s been since the (first) dynastic run in New England under Bill Belichick in the early 2000s.

The pieces from last year’s team are mostly there sans Gronk, and the Pats look like a wagon once again. The fact that they play the league’s easiest schedule this year only makes matters worse for their top AFC rivals who may have to beat the Patriots at Gillette Stadium in order to make it to Miami in February.

2. Kansas City Chiefs

The Chiefs have the NFL’s best offense and its reigning MVP in Patrick Mahomes, which will always keep them in the conversation among the favorites to win the Super Bowl as long as he’s under center. Their defense has proven problematic this season, as many expected, but once star wideout Tyreek Hill recovers from his injury and is back in the lineup, their defensive woes shouldn’t matter all that much when other teams’ defenses look even worse against KC on a weekly basis. Don’t be surprised if there’s a rematch of last year’s AFC Championship Game come January.

3. New Orleans Saints

The Saints have withstood an injury to Drew Brees and haven’t lost a game in the three that they’ve played without him after he went down with a thumb injury in Week 2. Beating good teams like Seattle, Dallas, and the potent Tampa Bay offense are impressive enough, but to do it with backup quarterback Teddy Bridgewater under center shows that it’s not just treading water that’s keeping their Super Bowl odds high, but instead a team that seems to be clicking on all cylinders.

Once Brees is back from injury, expect him to provide a major boost to an offense that’s proven capable even without him, in addition to the team continuing to play solid defense. This could be the team to beat in the crowded NFC right now, and Vegas agrees.

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