Early Super Bowl LVI odds predict rematch; Cardinals tied for 18th

Feb 8, 2021, 1:53 PM | Updated: 1:55 pm

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The 2020 NFL season and Super Bowl LV are officially in the books.

Which means sportsbooks have already begun releasing their odds for who will be lifting the Lombardi Trophy a year from now.

According to BetOnline, the Kansas City Chiefs at 5/1 and Tampa Bay Buccaneers at 9/1 have the best odds of making it to Super Bowl LVI at SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, Calif.

In fact, the sportsbook also gives the Buffalo Bills and Green Bay Packers the same chances of returning to their respective conference championship games at 12/1.

And following the Rams’ acquisition of Pro-Bowl quarterback Matthew Stafford, Los Angeles is now given 12/1 odds to be just the second team in NFL history to host a Super Bowl in its own stadium.

When it comes to the NFC West, the entire division found themselves in the top eight except for the Arizona Cardinals.

The San Francisco 49ers came in at No. 6 with 14/1 odds while the Seattle Seahawks are tied for eighth at 20/1.

Unfortunately for the Cardinals, though, they finished tied with the Philadelphia Eagles at 18th with 40/1 odds.

Simply put, a $100 bet right now on Arizona to win it all next season would result in $4,000 worth of winnings — should the Cardinals win Super Bowl LVI.

Below is the full list of odds according to BetOnline.

Super Bowl LVI odds

1. Kansas City Chiefs 5/1

2. Tampa Bay Buccaneers 9/1

T-3. Buffalo Bills 12/1

T-3. Green Bay Packers 12/1

T-3. Los Angeles Rams 12/1

6. San Francisco 49ers 14/1

7. Baltimore Ravens 16/1

T-8. Cleveland Browns 20/1

T-8. Seattle Seahawks 20/1

T-10. Dallas Cowboys 25/1

T-10. Miami Dolphins 25/1

T-10. New England Patriots 25/1

T-13. Indianapolis Colts 28/1

T-13. Los Angeles Chargers 28/1

T-13. New Orleans Saints 28/1

T-13. Tennessee Titans 28/1

17. Pittsburgh Steelers 33/1

T-18. Arizona Cardinals 40/1

T-18. Philadelphia Eagles 40/1

T-20. Atlanta Falcons 50/1

T-20. Carolina Panthers 50/1

T-20. Chicago Bears 50/1

T-20. Las Vegas Raiders 50/1

T-20. Minnesota Vikings 50/1

T-25. Houston Texans 66/1

T-25. New York Giants 66/1

T-25. Washington Football Team 66/1

T-28. Cincinnati Bengals 75/1

T-28. Denver Broncos 75/1

T-28. Detroit Lions 75/1

T-28. Jacksonville Jaguars 75/1

T-28. New York Jets 75/1


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