Super Bowl LIV Winner

One of the most popular bets of the NFL offseason is on which team will win the next Super Bowl, so we examine the odds and predictions of the top ten professional football franchises that odds makers expect to contend for the Lombardi Trophy next February.

It is the NFL offseason, and of course, every fan thinks their team is going to win the next Super Bowl, so odds makers have released their predictions on which of the thirty-two NFL franchises have the best chance at bringing home a Lombardi Trophy at the end of the 2019-20 season.

Now you can put your football-gambling kitty where your offseason hopes and dreams are and if your team actually shocks the football world and wins a Super Bowl ring next winter, some of that sweet payoff will come your way, too.

Here we take a look at the current odds and predictions of the top ten NFL teams that have the best chance to win Super Bowl LIV next February, as well as briefly analyze each franchise’s chances of succeeding.

When and where is Super Bowl LIV being held?

Since the turn of the century, the NFL’s championship matchup, called the Super Bowl, typically happens during the first week of February, although before the year 2000 it would happen during the last week of January.

The next Super Bowl is LIV, or fifty-four, meaning it is the fifty-fourth one and it is scheduled to take place on February 2, 2020 in Miami Gardens, Florida at the Hard Rock Stadium, home of the Miami Dolphins during the regular season.

That will be the eleventh Super Bowl south Florida has hosted and it will be the sixth one hosted in Miami.

Here are the current top-ten odds and predictions listed for which NFL franchise will win Super Bowl LIV:

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10) Green Bay Packers

  • Owner: 360,760 stockholders – governed by a Board of Directors
  • General Manager: Brian Gutekunst (Promoted January 2018)
  • Head Coach: Matt LaFleur (Hired January 2019)
  • Offensive Coordinator: Nathaniel Hackett (Hired January 2019)
  • Defensive Coordinator: Mike Pettine (Hired January 2018)
  • Quarterback: Aaron Rodgers (15th NFL season, all with Packers)
  • Offensive Stars: Wide Receiver Davante Adams and tight end Jimmy Graham
  • Defensive Stars: Linebacker Blake Martinez and Cornerback Jaire Alexander

2018 Franchise Records:

  • Overall 6-9-1
  • Home: 5-2-1
  • Road: 1-7-0
  • Divisional: 1-4-1

2019-20 Schedule: T-14th toughest

Analysis: Apparently the fact that the Green Bay Packers will be led by a brand new head coach, young Matt LaFleur, for the first time in thirteen seasons doesn’t prevent this third place NFC North team from making the top ten odds list, and most likely the number one reason for that is a healthy Aaron Rodgers.

If a healthy Rodgers under center working with the offensive-minded LaFleur can breathe some much needed life back into the Packers’ offense (ranked 12th last season), the team could end the postseason drought they have been experiencing for the last two years in a row, especially given that their upcoming schedule is only tied for fourteenth toughest.

Of course, that means that the long-term improvements general manager Brian Gutekunst made to Green Bay’s defense (ranked 18th in 2018) this offseason must also pay off now that second-year coordinator Mike Pettine has outside linebackers Za’Darius Smith and Preston Smith plus safety Adrian Amos to work with for the next four years.

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9) Los Angeles Chargers 

  • Owner: Dean Spanos
  • General Manager: Tom Telesco (Hired January 2013)
  • Head Coach: Anthony Lynn (Hired January 2017)
  • Offensive Coordinator: Ken Whisenhunt (Hired January 2016)
  • Defensive Coordinator: Gus Bradley (Hired January 2017)
  • Quarterback: Philip Rivers (16th NFL season, all with Chargers)
  • Offensive Stars: Wide Receiver Keenan Allen and running back Melvin Gordon
  • Defensive Stars: Safeties Derwin James and Adrian Phillips, Cornerback Desmond King

2018 Franchise Records:

  • Overall 12-4-0
  • Home: 5-3-0
  • Road: 7-1-0
  • Divisional: 4-2-0

2019-20 Schedule: T-16th toughest

Analysis: With a relatively easy schedule facing them in 2019, the Los Angeles Chargers are expected to make a decent postseason run at the Super Bowl once again, and no doubt quarterback Philip Rivers could use a Lombardi Trophy for his potential Hall of Fame resume.

Of course, the best path to a Super Bowl for any NFL team is by winning their division with the best record in the Conference and being named the first seed in the playoffs, except the Chargers share the AFC West with the Kansas City Chiefs, and doing better than Patrick Mahomes’ squad is no easy feat to accomplish.

It will most likely be the Chargers’ last season playing at the relatively tiny Dignity Health Sports Park, so if they were to make a run for the Super Bowl in 2019-20 it would be despite having to play in front of just 27,000 home fans per game, which last season had them ranked last in overall attendance.

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8) Chicago Bears 

  • Owner: Virginia Halas McCaskey
  • General Manager: Ryan Pace (Hired January 2015)
  • Head Coach: Matt Nagy (Hired January 2018)
  • Offensive Coordinator: Mark Helfrich (Hired January 2018)
  • Defensive Coordinator: Chuck Pagano (Hired January 2019)
  • Quarterback: Mitchell Trubisky (3rd NFL season, all with Bears)
  • Offensive Stars: Wide Receiver Allen Robinson and running back Tarik Cohen
  • Defensive Stars: Linebacker Khalil Mack and Cornerback Kyle Fuller

2018 Franchise Records:

  • Overall 12-4-0
  • Home: 7-1-0
  • Road: 5-3-0
  • Divisional: 5-1-0

2019-20 Schedule: T-5th toughest

Analysis: Last year the Chicago Bears easily won the NFC North by posting a 12-4 record (their first double digit win total in six seasons), but then in the Wild Card round of the playoffs they lost by a point to the Philadelphia Eagles, 15-16, thereby ending new head coach Matt Nagy’s first season.

2018 was the first playoff appearance for the Bears since 2010, and one of the main reasons for their success last season was their third ranked defense, but that squad was coordinated by Vic Fangio, who in the offseason was hired away to head coach the Denver Broncos, so the defense will have to adjust to new coordinator Chuck Pagano.

Quarterback Mitchell Trubisky is in his third season and his passing attack ranked just 21st last year, so he has been given some new targets to throw at – receivers Allen Robinson and Taylor Gabriel as well as tight end Trey Burton – but the Bears face the fifth toughest schedule in the league in 2019 so even a spot in the playoffs is no guarantee.

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7) Indianapolis Colts 

  • Owner: Jim Irsay
  • General Manager: Chris Ballard (Hired January 2017)
  • Head Coach: Frank Reich (Hired February 2018)
  • Offensive Coordinator: Nick Sirianni (Hired February 2018)
  • Defensive Coordinator: Matt Eberflus (Hired February 2018)
  • Quarterback: Andrew Luck (8th NFL season, all in Indianapolis)
  • Offensive Stars: Wide Receivers T.Y. Hilton and Left Guard Quenton Nelson
  • Defensive Stars: Linebacker Darius Leonard, Cornerback Kenny Moore

2018 Franchise Records:

  • Overall 10-6-0
  • Home: 6-2-0
  • Road: 4-4-0
  • Divisional: 4-2-0

2019-20 Schedule: T-7th toughest

Analysis: The 2018 season was a promising one for the Indianapolis Colts with their new head coach Frank Reich bringing the team to double-digit wins and the playoffs for the first time since 2014.

A huge factor in their success was getting back a healthy Andrew Luck, the veteran quarterback who sat out the entire 2017 season while recovering from the surgery he required on the shoulder of his throwing arm.

So far, general manager Chris Ballard has re-signed all of the potential free agents on his roster, keeping the team from last season alive, and with some seasoned secondary help also brought in on one-year deals, it is no wonder the Colts are in the Super Bowl conversation for 2019.

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6) Cleveland Browns

  • Owner: Jimmy and Dee Haslam
  • General Manager: John Dorsey (Hired December 2017)
  • Head Coach: Freddie Kitchens (Promoted January 2019)
  • Offensive Coordinator: Todd Monken (Hired January 2019)
  • Defensive Coordinator: Steve Wilks (Hired January 2019)
  • Quarterback: Baker Mayfield (2nd NFL season)
  • Offensive Stars: Wide Receivers Odell Beckham Jr. and Jarvis Landry
  • Defensive Stars: Defensive end Myles Garrett, Cornerback Denzel Ward

2018 Franchise Records:

  • Overall 7-8-1
  • Home: 5-2-1
  • Road: 2-6-0
  • Divisional: 3-2-1

2019-20 Schedule: 23rd toughest

Analysis: The Cleveland Browns’ 2018 record of 7-8-1 looks unimpressive until you consider that they hadn’t won a single game in 2017 and had only won one game in 2016 and just three the year prior.

Credit the Browns’ second-year general manager with turning the team around completely, mainly by smart drafting (Baker Mayfield, Denzel Ward, Greedy Williams and more) and unbelievable free agency signings (Odell Beckham Jr., Olivier Vernon, Sheldon Richardson and more).

To go from winning four games in three seasons to making the top ten list odds on Super Bowl favorites is nothing short of miraculous, and if new head coach Freddie Kitchens has anything to say about it, the miracles in Northern Ohio have only just begun.

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5) Philadelphia Eagles

  • Owner: Jeffrey Lurie
  • General Manager: Howie Roseman (De facto gm since 2016)
  • Head Coach: Doug Pederson (Hired January 2016)
  • Offensive Coordinator: Mike Groh (Hired January 2018)
  • Defensive Coordinator: Jim Schwartz (Hired January 2016)
  • Quarterback: Carson Wentz (4th NFL season, all with the Eagles)
  • Offensive Stars: Wide receiver Alshon Jeffery and running back Jordan Howard
  • Defensive Stars: Defensive tackle Fletcher Cox and linebacker Nigel Bradham

2018 Franchise Records:

  • Overall 9-7-0
  • Home: 5-3-0
  • Road: 4-4-0
  • Divisional: 4-2-0

2019-20 Schedule: 26th toughest

Analysis: Lately the Philadelphia Eagles have been a good bet to get to the playoffs, winning the Super Bowl in 2017 and making it to the Divisional round last season, except now the quarterback that has led them in both offseason runs, Nick Foles, is no longer on the roster.

No doubt, this Eagles team is excellent, as is their starting quarterback Carson Wentz, but he has a habit of getting hurt and missing games, especially postseason ones, so this will be Wentz’s first season to prove he can go the distance without Foles there to fill in when he gets injured.

Now Wentz has veteran deep threat receiver Desean Jackson to throw to and hard hitting running back Jordan Howard will now act as a solid go to out of the backfield, plus their defense, ranked tenth last season, has gotten some definite boosts this offseason, so if the team can stay healthy (especially the main man under center), count on the Eagles to make a respectable run for the Lombardi in 2019.

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4) New Orleans Saints

  • Owner: Gayle Benson
  • General Manager: Mickey Loomis (Promoted May 2002)
  • Head Coach: Sean Payton (Hired January 2006)
  • Offensive Coordinator: Pete Carmichael (Promoted January 2009)
  • Defensive Coordinator: Dennis Allen (Promoted November 2015)
  • Quarterback: Drew Brees (19th NFL season, 14th as a Saint)
  • Offensive Stars: Running Back Alvin Kamara, Wide Receiver Michael Thomas
  • Defensive Stars: Defensive Ends Cameron Jordan and Marcus Davenport

2018 Franchise Records:

  • Overall 13-3-0
  • Home: 6-2-0
  • Road: 7-1-0
  • Divisional: 4-2-0

2019-20 Schedule: 22nd toughest

Analysis: The biggest hits to the New Orleans Saints this offseason was losing running back Mark Ingram to free agency and veteran center Max Unger to retirement.

And it didn’t help that the Saints had no picks in the first or third rounds in the draft, but general manager Mickey Loomis moved up 14 spots and in the second round selected center Erik McCoy, who some experts were surprised to see fall to the 48th pick and who many think will compete with recently signed Nick Easton for the starting job.

Veteran quarterback Drew Brees already has one Super Bowl ring and MVP award, but those were achieved a decade ago, so it’s a good bet that the 12x Pro Bowler wants another championship to solidify his first ballot chances in the NFL Hall of Fame and there’s no time like the present given Brees just turned forty years old.

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3) Los Angeles Rams

  • Owner: Stan Kroenke
  • General Manager: Les Snead (Hired February 2012)
  • Head Coach: Sean McVay (Hired January 2017)
  • Offensive Coordinator: Run game – Aaron Kromer (Promoted January 2018)
                                             Pass game – Shane Waldron (Promoted January 2018)
  • Defensive Coordinator: Wade Phillips (Hired January 2017)
  • Quarterback: Jared Goff (4th NFL season)
  • Offensive Stars: Running Back Todd Gurley, Wide Receiver Brandin Cooks
  • Defensive Stars: Defensive End Aaron Donald, Cornerback Aqib Talib

2018 Franchise Records:

  • Overall 13-3-0
  • Home: 7-1-0
  • Road: 6-2-0
  • Divisional: 6-0-0

2019-20 Schedule: T-27th toughest

Analysis: Last year in head coach Sean McVay’s third season, the Los Angeles Rams went the distance but couldn’t close the deal in the Super Bowl against Bill Belichick’s New England Patriots and the young team came up one game short of shocking the football world.

A big part of that loss came from starting running back Todd Gurley being shut down causing McVay to abandon his game plan and forcing young quarterback Jared Goff out of his comfort zone.

The Rams lost defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh to free agency, but they signed linebacker Clay Mathews and safety Eric Weddle on defense plus they get back a healthy Cooper Kupp on offense, so look for a lot more of the same from the Rams in 2019, which is a big O, an Aaron-Donald-enhanced defense, lots of wins and a long postseason run.

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2) Kansas City Chiefs 

  • Owner: Lamar Hunt and the Hunt Family
  • General Manager: Brett Veach (Promoted July 2017)
  • Head Coach: Andy Reid (Hired January 2013)
  • Offensive Coordinator: Eric Bieniemy (Promoted January 2018)
  • Defensive Coordinator: Steve Spagnuolo (Hired January 2019)
  • Quarterback: Patrick Mahomes (2nd year)
  • Offensive Stars: Receiver Tyreek Hill, Tight End Travis Kelce
  • Defensive Star: Defensive Tackle Chris Jones

2018 Franchise Records:

  • Overall 12-4-0
  • Home: 7-1-0
  • Road: 5-3-0
  • Divisional: 5-1-0

2019-20 Schedule: T-5th toughest

Analysis: Head coach Andy Reid’s Kansas City Chiefs have a few factors working against them this season, the two main ones being the absence of deep threat wide receiver Tyreek Hill from the roster due to suspension for off the field behavior and facing the fifth toughest schedule in the league.

Of course, the factors working in favor of the Chiefs in 2019 are many, including having a young phenom at quarterback, Patrick Mahomes, and having one of the best tight ends in the league in Travis Kelce.

Reid and Mahomes have only just gotten started, especially on offense, and if general manager Brett Veach’s offseason tweaks to the defense (ranked 31st last season) help improve the squad at all, the Chiefs are going to once again be one of the top AFC teams to beat for teams hoping to get to the Super Bowl.

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1) New England Patriots

  • Owner: Robert Kraft
  • General Manager: Bill Belichick (Hired January 2000)
  • Head Coach: Bill Belichick (Hired January 2000)
  • Offensive Coordinator: Josh McDaniels (Promoted February 2012)
  • Defensive Coordinator: VACANT
  • Quarterback: Tom Brady (19th season)
  • Offensive Stars: Running Back Sony Michel, Wide Receiver Julian Edelman
  • Defensive Stars: Defensive End Michael Bennett, Cornerback Stephon Gilmore

2018 Franchise Records:

  • Overall 11-5-0
  • Home: 8-0-0
  • Road: 3-5-0
  • Divisional: 5-1-0

2019-20 Schedule: T-27th toughest

Analysis: It seems unfair that last year’s Super Bowl Champion New England Patriots are facing the 27th toughest schedule next year, but not as unfair as it seems that they have GOAT quarterback Tom Brady on their roster and possible GOAT head coach Bill Belichick leading the team.

What the Patriots haters (and there are plenty of them) are watching for is the moment this team starts to slip, and for the most part that means the moment the 41-year-old Brady starts to show his old age.

But until that happens, the Patriots remain the number one pick for winning Super Bowl LIV, and if they somehow make that happen, chances are they’ll be predicted number one again next season, and the season after that and so on until Old Man Brady finally loses his touch and rides off into the New England sunset. 

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