NFL Betting: Super Bowl LV Odds Update

NFL Betting: Super Bowl LV Odds Update

Written by on October 7, 2020

After Week 4 of the NFL season, we’re starting to see what teams are legitimate contenders, and what teams will struggle to compete for a playoff spot. Let’s take a look at the most updated Super Bowl LV odds, and break down some of the teams with the best Super Bowl odds.

Updated Super Bowl LV Odds | NFL Betting Analysis

Kansas City Chiefs +400

The Chiefs come into their Week 5 game with the Raiders undefeated. Many thought that the Ravens would win their Week 3 showdown with the Chiefs, Patrick Mahomes and company went to Baltimore and showed that they’re still the toast of the AFC. Until someone proves that they can shut down Andy Reid’s high-powered offense, the Chiefs are still the team to beat.

Baltimore Ravens +650

After laying an egg against the Chiefs in Week 3, Baltimore looked to regain their luster, and they did with a victory over the Washington Football Team. Lamar Jackson is still one of the greatest weapons in the game, and the Baltimore defense is still one of the best in the NFL. Baltimore still has to prove that it can beat the Chiefs.

Seattle Seahawks +750

Seattle looks like the real deal. Russell Wilson has already thrown for 16 touchdowns. Pete Carroll has dropped his conservative-style offense and let Wilson sling the ball all over the field.

With a steady running game and a great set of receivers, Seattle’s offense looks like a Super Bowl-caliber unit. If Seattle can get help from the defense, it has a great shot at hoisting the Lombardi Trophy.

Green Bay Packers +1000

When the Green Bay Packers drafted Jordan Love this year, they lit a fire under Aaron Rodgers. Rodgers has looked like a younger version of himself, as he has led the Packers to an undefeated mark. If Rodgers keeps playing at this torrid pace, he’ll have the Packers in contention to win the NFC.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers +1400

After a Week 1 loss to the Saints, many were saying that the Buccaneers were overhyped. Fast forward to Week 5, and the Bucs look like legitimate Super Bowl contenders. Now that Tom Brady and his receivers have gained some chemistry, and the defense is coming into its own, the Bucs are preparing to make a long playoff run.

New Orleans Saints +1600

Unless Drew Brees can regain his form of old, the Saints won’t be making a trip to the Super Bowl. The New Orleans defense hasn’t played well yet this season.

San Francisco 49ers +1600

Until some key pieces return from injury, San Francisco won’t have enough to make a playoff run.

Buffalo Bills +1800

With Josh Allen playing at an MVP level, the Bills are legitimate contenders. The Bills are averaging over 30 points per game. If the defense can also play well, look out for Buffalo!

Pittsburgh Steelers +1800

With the return of Ben Roethlisberger and the Steelers defense playing at a top-notch level, Pittsburgh is ready to make a return to the playoffs.

Dallas Cowboys +2000

Until the Cowboys fix their defensive woes, they’re not ready to return to the Super Bowl. Dak Prescott and the offense can only do so much. They won’t be able to carry the Cowboys throughout the season.