Updated Super Bowl LIV Odds – May 20th Edition

Posted by Aaron . on May 20, 2019 in

With the first session of NFL OTA’s slated to start this week, football season will be here before you know it. Let’s take a look at some of this year’s odds-on favorites to win Super Bowl LIV.

Updated Super Bowl LIV Odds – May 20th Edition

New England Patriots: 6-1

As long as Tom Brady and Bill Belichick are still in New England, they’ll always be at or near the top of the favorites list. Not having Rob Gronkowski will hurt, but New England has won without him before and plan on doing so again.

Los Angeles Rams: 8-1

The Rams look to return to the Super Bowl. Todd Gurley’s health will be a huge question mark for the Rams. They’ve also had some key losses to free agency. If Jared Goff raises his level of play, the Rams will be that much more dangerous.

Kansas City Chiefs: 10-1

Patrick Mahomes is going to look upon to lead the Chiefs. With the probable loss of Tyreek Hill, and Kareem Hunt now on the Browns, Mahomes has lost his top 2 weapons.

New Orleans Saints: 12-1

Drew Brees carries a lot of clout with the oddsmakers. With Alvin Kamara looking to take on more of a workload, the Saints offense won’t miss a beat. If the defense can step it up, the Saints will be even more dangerous.

Cleveland Browns: 14-1

The Browns, a Super Bowl favorite? Yes, you’re reading this correctly. With the additions of Odell Beckham, Olivier Vernon, and Kareem Hunt, the Browns are ready to take the next step. If Baker Mayfield plays like the #1 pick in the draft, Cleveland will be poised to make a playoff run.

Indianapolis Colts: 15-1

Andrew Luck returned in 2018 and led the Colts to the playoffs. With an improved offensive line, Luck was able to make plays. GM Chris Ballard added WR Devin Funchess to Luck’s arsenal, and Justin Houston to help anchor the defense. The Colts will be poised to make a run in the AFC.

Philadelphia Eagles: 16-1

Can Carson Wentz stay healthy? Will the additions of DeSean Jackson and Jordan Howard help the Eagles offense? Will the Philadelphia defense be as stout as they were in 2018? If you answered yes to these questions, the Eagles will be right in the thick of things.

Los Angeles Chargers: 19-1

The Chargers committed to improving their defense through the draft and through free agency. With an improved defense, the Chargers won’t have to solely rely on Phillip Rivers and the offense. If Melvin Gordon can stay on the field, the Chargers offense will be solid.

Chicago Bears: 20-1

The Bears were one foot short from advancing to the NFC Semi-Finals. The Bears defense will be back in full force. If Mitch Trubisky has further grasped Matt Nagy’s complex offense, the Bears will be at the top of the NFC.

Dallas Cowboys: 22-1

We know what Ezekiel Elliott can do. We know that Dallas will rely on the running game. What we don’t know is what Dak Prescott will do. Dallas went and got him an elite receiver in Amari Cooper. It’s now or never for Prescott. If he can take the next step, Dallas will be in playoff contention.

Green Bay Packers: 22-1

You’re never out of Super Bowl contention if you have Aaron Rodgers running your team. Gone is the antiquated offensive system of Mike McCarthy. Will Rodgers be even more successful under Matt LaFleur’s system? Green Bay was aggressive in making defensive improvements.

Minnesota Vikings: 22-1

Kirk Cousins was a major disappointment last season. He will be looking to redeem himself in 2019. The Vikings have the weapons, but can they put it all together?

Not too much longer, and we will find the season here!