Super Bowl 2021 Odds Favor Chiefs Over Ravens and 49ers

Max Staley
Super Bowl LIV opening night celebration with Patrick Mahomes and Jimmy Garoppolo.
Super Bowl LIV opening night celebration with Patrick Mahomes and Jimmy Garoppolo. / Michael Reaves/Getty Images

Super Bowl LIV hasn't even begun, but bettors are already looking ahead to Super Bowl LV. Unsurprisingly, the favorites to win Super Bowl LIV, the Kansas City Chiefs, are also favored to win Super Bowl LV, according to FanDuel Sportsbook.

Super Bowl 2021 Odds

The Chiefs face some pretty stiff competition, however. The Super Bowl favorite for most of the 2019 regular season, the Baltimore Ravens, check in with the second-best odds at +700. And Kansas City's opponent on Sunday, the San Francisco 49ers are currently available at +900.

Following a pretty well-defined top 3, the New Orleans Saints (+1200) have the fourth-best odds and the New England Patriots (+1400) have the fifth-best odds. The status of each team's future Hall of Fame quarterback will certainly have a huge impact on these odds going forward, as both Drew Brees and Tom Brady's futures seem to be up in the air.

As for some notable long shots, the Cleveland Browns (+3000) have the 14th-best odds despite their disastrous 2019 campaign, and the Los Angeles Rams are available at +1800 despite a similarly underwhelming season.

While the Chiefs are currently favored to win the Super Bowl in 2021, these odds will surely continue to shift as we enter the offseason after Sunday's result.

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