Updated Odds to Win 2020 Super Bowl Slightly Favor Chiefs Over 49ers

Patrick Mahomes, Travis Kelce
Patrick Mahomes and Travis Kelce celebrating in the Chiefs' victory over the Houston Texans. | Jamie Squire/Getty Images

Another crazy weekend in the NFL Playoffs has produced drastic changes in the Super Bowl odds, according to FanDuel Sportsbook.

The Kansas City Chiefs manufactured a 24-point comeback to defeat the Houston Texans, 51-31, and are now the overall favorite to win Super Bowl LIV at +130.

After taking down the Minnesota Vikings, 27-10, the San Francisco 49ers are just behind at +140. The Green Bay Packers sit at +650 and the Tennessee Titans close it out at +750.

The Baltimore Ravens, who came into the week as the overall favorite, were felled in stunning fashion by the Titans. Consequently, the Titans have surged forward after starting the playoffs at +5000 to win it all by defeating the No. 3 seed New England Patriots and the No. 1 seed Ravens, both on the road.

The Titans are 7.5-underdogs against the Chiefs this week, but they've defied the odds before, defeating Baltimore despite entering the game as a 9.5-point underdog, and beating New England as a 5-point underdog.

The Packers sit as the third-likeliest team to win the Super Bowl, but they are still well behind the Chiefs and 49ers. That's mostly reflective of their 7-point underdog status against the 49ers in the NFC Championship Game.

The chaos of this year's NFL Playoffs has already provided plenty of excitement. Given how things have been going, we could once again see some significant changes in the odds come Sunday.

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