Possible Super Bowl LV Matchups Predictions, Odds & Picks
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Super Bowl LV Team Matchups Odds
Odds taken 7 September 2020 from DraftKings
|Kansas City Chiefs vs San Francisco 49ers||+2000 |
|Baltimore Ravens vs San Francisco 49ers||+2100 |
|Kansas City Chiefs vs New Orleans Saints||+2400 |
|Baltimore Ravens vs New Orleans Saints||+2500 |
|Kansas City Chiefs vs Tampa Bay Buccaneers||+3000 |
|Kansas City Chiefs vs Dallas Cowboys||+3000 |
|Baltimore Ravens vs Tampa Bay Buccaneers||+3300 |
|Baltimore Ravens vs Dallas Cowboys||+3300 |
|Kansas City Chiefs vs Philadelphia Eagles||+4000 |
|Kansas City Chiefs vs Seattle Seahawks||+4000 |
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Super Bowl LV Team Matchups Predictions and Picks
Of course, nobody knows for sure which two teams will go the distance and match up for Super Bowl LV which takes place in Tampa, Florida next February, but the oddsmakers have a pretty good feeling that one of them will be the returning champions, the Kansas City Chiefs.
The Pittsburgh Steelers are the only NFL team to win back-to-back Lombardi Trophies twice, though seven teams total have accomplished that feat at least once, so that part of the dreaded Super Bowl curse can definitely be broken.
If you’re going to take any of these bets, the one that includes the Patrick Mahomes and Tom Brady reunion looks to be the juiciest.
Kansas City Chiefs vs Tampa Bay Buccaneers +3000
Keep in mind the odds in these wagers will shift plenty of times before the actual games are played, so be sure to check back here often to get all the latest numbers.
The Kansas City Chiefs Are the Odds Makers Favorite
Over half of the wagers that the oddsmakers are offering to involve the Kansas City Chiefs, the combination of quarterback Patrick Mahomes and his head coach Andy Reid looking like a good bet to lead their franchise back to the football promised land.
Another factor that could help the Chiefs repeat as champs is their much-improved run game, with the front office selecting a key draft pick in LSU running back Clyde Edwards-Helaire, a 5’ 7” 207-pound force of nature that looks to be an immediate starter for Kansas City.
The KC powers that be also used the draft to add depth on the defensive side of the ball, including rookie linebackers Willie Gay Jr. and L’Jarius Sneed, but all eyes will continue to look for the Chiefs’ offensive weapons to get the job done in 2020, with star receivers Tyreek Hill and Sammy Watkins a key part to the team’s follow up shot at glory.
49ers, Saints, and Bucs Are the NFC Faves
You can bet on the fact that Kyle Shanahan, Jimmy Gaoppolo, and the rest of the San Francisco 49ers can’t wait to get back to the Big Game and win it this time, the team hoping the receiver they picked up in the draft, Arizona State’s Brandon Aiyuk, emerges as a young star the way second-year player Deebo Samuel did during his rookie campaign last season.
The New Orleans Saints are hoping to get their franchise quarterback Drew Brees at least one more Super Bowl ring, so they gave him better protection, drafting Michigan guard Cesar Ruiz, and another hot target besides receiver Michael Thomas, signing Emmanuel Sanders to a two-year deal worth $16 million.
How fantastic would it be in Tampa Bay if the Super Bowl they are hosting includes their Buccaneers, the already talented team now even better with the addition of GOAT quarterback Tom Brady and (arguably) GOAT tight end, Rob Gronkowski?
Don’t Ignore the Dallas Cowboys
Lost in all the NFC GOAT and Niners talk is the Dallas Cowboys, a talented team now under new management with head coach Michael McCarthy and his coaching crew at the helm.
Look for quarterback Dak Prescott to have a breakout season – he has to if he wants to shake the franchise tag and get properly compensated by team owner Jerry Jones.
Snagging talented Oklahoma receiver Cee Dee Lamb in the draft will make Dak’s journey even easier, the rookie joining Amari Cooper and Michael Gallup as killer downfield targets who can also score touchdowns.
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Mike Lukas is a retired standup comedian turned freelance writer now living in Dallas, Texas, originally from Cleveland, Ohio. His love for the game of football and all things Cleveland Browns turned Mike into a pro blogger years ago. Now Mike enjoys writing about all thirty-two NFL teams, hoping to help football gamblers gain a slight edge in their pursuit of the perfect wager. Email: [email protected]