NFL Super Bowl Odds – Kansas City Chiefs Favourites For Super Bowl LVI
- Kansas City are 9/2 favourites to win Super Bowl LVI
- Tampa Bay 7/1 for back-to-back titles ahead of 11/1 Buffalo
- Super Bowl LVI to take place on February 13, 2022 at SoFi Stadium
The Kansas City Chiefs are favourites to win Super Bowl LVI next February.
The Chiefs were denied back-to-back Super Bowl successes when they were beaten 31-9 by Tampa Bay in February.
Their usually dangerous offense was completely shut down by the Bucs’ defence on that occasion.
The bookmakers have not lost faith in Kansas City though, and they have especially not lost faith in Patrick Mahomes.
Mahomes almost pulled off some miracle plays to keep KC in the game and the bookies are not expecting disappointment for him in 2021.
The Chiefs are 9/2 favorites ahead of Tampa Bay, who will return almost all of their starters from last season’s Super Bowl win.
The Bucs, led by Tom Brady, are 7/1 second favorites in the Futures betting market at bet365.
Buffalo, who were beaten by KC in last season’s AFC Championship Game, are 11/1 alongside the Baltimore Ravens.
The San Francisco 49ers and Los Angeles Rams are next up at 12/1 and 13/1 respectively.
The Green Bay Packers are now in to 13/1 after Aaron Rodgers arrived for training camp after months of speculation over his future.
While at 16/1, the Cleveland Browns are the only other team shorter than 20s at this time.
Latest NFL Super Bowl Odds
* Odds correct at 09:01 BST on 29/7/21
To Win Outright
9/2 Kansas City Chiefs
7/1 Tampa Bay Buccaneers
11/1 Buffalo Bills, Baltimore Ravens
12/1 San Francisco 49ers
13/1 Los Angeles Rams, Green Bay Packers
16/1 Cleveland Browns
20/1 Denver Broncos
22/1 Indianapolis Colts
25/1 Seattle Seahawks, Miami Dolphins, Tennessee Titans
28/1 New Orleans Saints, Dallas Cowboys
30/1 New England Patriots
33/1 Pittsburgh Steelers, Los Angeles Chargers
40/1 Arizona Cardinals, Minnesota Vikings
50/1 Chicago Bears, Atlanta Falcons, Carolina Panthers, Washington Football Team
60/1 Las Vegas Raiders
66/1 Philadelphia Eagles, Jacksonville Jaguars, New York Giants
80/1 New York Jets
100/1 Cincinnati Bengals
125/1 Houston Texans, Detroit Lions