Bengals Super Bowl Odds Show Them as Long Shots Ahead of AFC Championship Game on FanDuel Sportsbook

Devon Platana
The latest Cincinnati Bengals Super Bowl odds on FanDuel Sportsbook show them as long shots to win Super Bowl LVI ahead of the AFC Championship.
The latest Cincinnati Bengals Super Bowl odds on FanDuel Sportsbook show them as long shots to win Super Bowl LVI ahead of the AFC Championship. / Andy Lyons/GettyImages
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When the 2021 NFL season began, few people likely predicted the Cincinnati Bengals to be one of the final four teams this postseason. Nevertheless, they're set to face the Kansas City Chiefs in the AFC Championship Game with a trip to Super Bowl LVI on the line.

However, fans may be wondering if the Bengals have a legitimate chance to win their first Super Bowl in franchise history.

Bengals Super Bowl Odds

According to the latest update from FanDuel Sportsbook, the Bengals have +800 odds to win Super Bowl 56 — the worst out of the four remaining teams.

Despite Cincinnati's unfavorable odds, it's not a good idea to rule them out just yet. They've won five of their last six games and have shown elite offense and defense during that stretch.

Former LSU teammates Joe Burrow and Ja'Marr Chase have proven that their collegiate chemistry does translate to NFL success. Chase accounts for 225 of Burrow's 592 passing yards (38%) this postseason.

One thing that the Bengals have going for them ahead of the AFC Championship Game is that they did defat the Chiefs, 34-31, in Week 17. If they can find a way to replicate that success, Cincinnati has a legitimate chance to win the Super Bowl despite what the oddsmakers say.

Nevertheless, beating the Chiefs will be a difficult task to conquer. FanDuel Sportsbook is currently listing the Bengals as 7-point road underdogs in this year's AFC Championship Game.


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Devon Platana is not a FanDuel employee. The views expressed in his articles are the author's alone and do not necessarily reflect the views of FanDuel.

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