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Checking in on the Early Odds for Super Bowl 55

What team is odds on favorite to Win Super Bowl 55? We’ve got some ideas.

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Checking in on the Early Odds for Super Bowl 55

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While the rest of the sports world has hit the skids, the only thing we can all agree on is that the NFL season seems far enough away that it could still happen. So we thought now might be a good time to take a look at the early Super Bowl odds.

Kansas City Chiefs +650

The Kansas City Chiefs sit at the top of our list for a multitude of reasons. The main one? They’re the reigning Super Bowl Champs and they have the reigning MVP under center. Patrick Mahomes succeeded in climbing the mountaintop in his sophomore season, and is looking to be a mainstay in the league, and possibly Kansas City, for a long time. With some star quarterbacks leaving the AFC (more on that later), the AFC runs through Kansas City. If you’re looking for a safe choice, Kansas City shows no signs of slowing down next season.

New Orleans Saints +1200

The New Orleans Saints have been an NFC South powerhouse for years, but haven’t seen the Super Bowl in a decade. With Alvin Kamara and Michael Thomas moving the offense helmed by future Hall of Famer Drew Brees, the Saints look poised to make another run at a title. Seriously, Brees’ years are numbered and while he’s still putting up insane numbers, the Saints would love nothing more than to give him a hero’s sendoff. Hopefully a Lombardi Trophy is also in that mix. The Saints have the firepower and experience to make +1200 a slam dunk down the road.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers +1500

Well, well, well, if it isn’t he most talked about team of the NFL Offseason. I’m not sure if you were aware, but the Buccaneers had a terrible offseason. They made absolutely zero signings and made no moves to improve the team. Expect another dismal year, Bucs fans.

Did you really fall for that?

After the Jameis Winston experiment, and a pit stop in FitzMagic territory, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers went out and signed one of the most decorated (and controversial) quarterbacks in NFL History: Tom Brady. In addition to Brady, the Bucs also rounded out their offense by acquiring his former teammate Rob Gronkowski. Is it possible to win a ring by osmosis? The Buccaneers are trying to find out, and with +1500 odds, you could get some hardware yourself!

Buffalo Bills +2700

The Buffalo Bills are peaking at the exact right time. The Patriots have lost thier franchise QB to Tampa Bay, Miami is rebuilding and the Jets… well, the Jets are still the Jets.

The 2019 Bills went further than anyone thought they could have, eventually running into a resurgent Houston Texas team in the Wild Card week. Can they do it again? Yes. They absolutely can, and they can do something they haven’t done in almost thirty years. They could win the division. And at +2700 odds? What better time to join the Bills Mafia

Tennessee Titans +3000

No one saw the 2019 Tennessee Titans coming, and frankly we all should have. With a tank of a running back in Derrick Henry and former Miami QB with a chip on his shoulder in Ryan Tannehill, the Titans pushed their way through the Wild Card round and made it to the AFC Championship Game.

No one thought they could do it, and they came within one game of punching their ticket to the Super Bowl. Can they do it again in 2020? Yes. Absolutely.

With the NFL Schedule being released just a few weeks ago, football is on the horizon. Will we see a season? It’s too early to tell. But with these incredible Super Bowl odds, it’s never to early to start the action.

Justin Colombo is a 2017 Broadway Show Softball League All-Star at 3B/SS. He's essentially the Manny Machado of the Kinky Boots team. Justin has been writing about Baseball since he was a little kid. Now that being an actor in NYC has given him a lot of free time, in 2015 he decided to take his passion public and founded Three Up, Three Down as a way to express his love for the game. From there, Three Up, Three Down grew from a hobby to an obsession. After years of growth and one insult from MLB's Historian, Justin launched The Turf, a way to expand into all areas of the sporting world. Follow him on Instagram and Twitter. LET'S. GO. METS.

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