Updated Super Bowl LIV Odds – January 15th Edition

Posted by Derrick Harper on January 15, 2020 in

The NFL season has reached championship Sunday after one of the best playoffs we have had in recent memory. There have been upsets, awesome individual performances, and some drama mixed in there with it as well. MyBookie has released its updated Super Bowl LIV odds on its website and here is a look at who has become the NFL betting favorites.

Updated Super Bowl LIV Odds – January 15th Edition

Tennessee Titans +650

The Titans have been the Cinderella of the NFL playoffs so far and are looking to continue playing spoiler against the Chiefs. They knocked off the defending Super Bowl champion New England Patriots and the top seeded Baltimore Ravens in rather dominant fashion.

The Titans are being given the longest odds to win because they are the lowest remaining seed and have the worst quarterback remaining in Ryan Tannehill. They were the last team to qualify for the playoffs on the AFC side but have earned their right to play in the championship game. A few more wins and some bettors could have a mighty pay out if the shoe still fits for this Cinderella squad from Tennessee.

Green Bay Packers +600

The Packers have the second best record of the remaining teams yet have second worst odds. This is because they have to take on the other 14-3 team in the San Francisco 49ers. San Francisco defeated the Packers earlier this season 37-9 and look to be quite the threat to Green Bay.

The Packers have the only quarterback remaining who has the experience of winning a Super Bowl and may present a great betting opportunity for those who still believe in Aaron Rodgers. He has been given the best defense he has ever had during his time in Green Bay in what may end up being his last shot at another title in his career. Now may be the time to cash in on Green Bay while Vegas is still counting them out.

San Francisco 49ers +150

Now we come to the favorites to represent the NFC in the Super Bowl. The Niners struggled to end the regular season but largely looked like the team to beat in the conference all year. After they throttled the Vikings it easy to see why that is. The defense is the second ranked unit in terms of DVOA and have excellent players at all three levels on that side of the ball.

Offensively they are one of the top rushing teams in the league which makes them a pretty tough combo to get out of the playoffs. Jimmy Garapollo is in his first playoffs and has not had to do much yet to keep his team in games which will be key for this team. The Niners have gotten what they needed out of him but need the rushing attack to keep up in order to keep the game off of his shoulders.

Kansas City Chiefs +120

The Chiefs have the best quarterback remaining in reigning MVP Patrick Mahomes. They also have the most skilled position players of the remaining teams. Travis Kelce and Tyreek Hill are true gamebreakers and make this offense the most fearsome unit in the league.

The defense has come alive over the last seven games as they are allowing under 20 points a game during that stretch, which was widely considered to be the weak spot of this Kansas City team. They appear to be putting it together at the right time and have rightfully earned the right to be called the favorites to win the Super Bowl.

They will need to dispatch the Titans who are the hottest team in the league, but if they clear that hurdle them look for them to put up a heck of a fight in the Super Bowl.