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Oddsmakers have released 2019 Super Bowl odds for all 32 teams, and one book is even looking all the way forward to Super Bowl LIV in 2020. Take a look at the lines for each franchise to win a title in the next two years in the table below:
Opening Odds to Win Super Bowl LII (2019) and LIV (2020)
Odds updated 2/5 at 1:30 p.m. ET
Team 2019 Odds 2020 Odds
Arizona Cardinals +4300 +6000
Atlanta Falcons +1800 +1800
Baltimore Ravens +4200 +4500
Buffalo Bills +8000 +9500
Carolina Panthers +2300 +1700
Chicago Bears +8200 +5000
Cincinnati Bengals +8100 +8500
Cleveland Browns +10000 +8000
Dallas Cowboys +2100 +1900
Denver Broncos +3500 +2300
Detroit Lions +4100 +4000
Green Bay Packers +1000 +900
Houston Texans +2000 +1000
Indianapolis Colts +4000 +2200
Jacksonville Jaguars +2200 +2000
Kansas City Chiefs +2800 +2100
Los Angeles Chargers +3300 +3200
Los Angeles Rams +1900 +700
Miami Dolphins +6300 +6300
Minnesota Vikings +1200 +1400
New England Patriots +400 +800
New Orleans Saints +1700 +1300
New York Giants +6000 +10000
New York Jets +9000 +9000
Oakland/Las Vegas Raiders +3000 +2400
Philadelphia Eagles +800 +500
Pittsburgh Steelers +900 +1500
San Francisco 49ers +2500 +1200
Seattle Seahawks +2400 +3000
Tampa Bay Buccaneers +3800 +3300
Tennessee Titans +4100 +2500
Washington Redskins +6200 +4200
There are a number of teams with a realistic chance to make a championship run in 2018 season concludes thanks to their historical dominance, roster continuity and other factors that contribute to sustained success. There are also clubs that may not have the look of a title contender going into the offseason, but as the parity-driven NFL has shown time and time again, anything can happen during a new season.
Phil Mackey tweeted out one potential free agent in the 2019 offseason whose decision could drastically reshape the odds for Super Bowl LIV:
The Philadelphia Eagles were one of the unexpected surprises of the 2017 season, completely outperforming their preseason expectations—which Vegas had set the over/under on at 8.5 wins and +165 to make the playoffs, not to mention +3500 to win a championship—to notch 13 victories, earn the NFC’s No. 1 seed and march all the way through the postseason to a Super Bowl victory. No one will be taking the Eagles lightly in 2018, especially with MVP candidate Carson Wentz set to return under center to a team that just toppled the league's most dominant squad. Oddsmakers have accounted for this in their line, giving them the second best chance of winning a title next year at +800, just behind the team they beat this year for their first title in franchise history.
The New England Patriots are a team that surely won’t be underestimated—and hasn’t been for a long, long time—by anyone this coming season. The 2018 runners-up have the best odds to win it all in 2019 at +400, a sensible line considering they’ve won two of the last four titles and came so close to three in four years. While the Pats are losing offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels and defensive coordinator Matt Patricia to head coaching gigs with the Indianapolis Colts and Detroit Lions, respectively, they still have the two core pieces that have been in place for all five of the organization’s championship runs. Those fixtures are future Hall of Fame quarterback Tom Brady—fresh off winning his third regular season MVP award—and head coach Bill Belichick. As long as this duo is in New England, they’ll always be at or near the top of the Super Bowl favorites list.
Some of the more notable 2019 Super Bowl lines include the upstart Jacksonville Jaguars at +2200, who came so close to defeating New England in the AFC Championship. The Jags were one of the major surprises of the most recent campaign, greatly exceeding their 2017 preseason win expectation of 6.5 and rewarded those who backed them to make the playoffs at +320 odds. Jacksonville’s Super Bowl LIII odds are also lot shorter than their +9000 chance to win the 2018 Super Bowl at this time last year. Expect their 2019 odds to decrease further if the organization is able to improve its situation under center by adding a quality quarterback via free agency, the draft or a trade. Blake Bortles had his moments this past year, but he’s far from a complete signal-caller and the team could greatly upgrade by adding someone like Kirk Cousins to the roster in the coming month.
Another contender to watch next year is the Minnesota Vikings. This squad coming off a special season in which it won 13 games—tied with the Eagles for most in the conference—and made a run all the way to the NFC Championship on the back of a league-leading defense and offense that finally showed some life once backup quarterback Case Keenum took over for the injured Sam Bradford. There is a lot of uncertainty surrounding Keenum this offseason, however, as the journeyman quarterback is set to hit the open market in the wake of a 3,547-yard, 22-touchdown season in which he completed 68% of his passes, by far the best performance of his five-year career. The Vikings are +1200 to win Super Bowl LIII, third highest in the NFC behind the Eagles and Green Bay Packers, but could drop if they don’t re-sign the Houston product.
One of the teams with the worst chance to win a title might surprise you. While it won’t raise any eyebrows that the Cleveland Browns aren’t receiving any respect from the books after a winless 2017 campaign and were subsequently made the longest shots to win the 2019 championship at +10000, you might be shocked that the Browns aren’t given the worst odds to win it all in 2020.
P.J. Ziegler tweeted about the odds for the 0-16 Cleveland Browns to win a title in the next two years:
BetDSI Sportsbook is offering odds for Super Bowl LIII and Super Bowl LIV.
Super Bowl LIII (2019):
Cleveland Browns +10000
Super Bowl LIV (2020):
Cleveland Browns +8000
The dubious distinction of having the worst 2020 odds goes to the New York Giants, who are coming off a three-win season, their worst year since 1983. The G-Men go from +6000 odds to win Super Bowl LIII, all the way down to +10000 for a Super Bowl LIV title.
Giants Daily reminded fans that veteran quarterback and two-time champion Eli Manning—whose contract expires in 2020—will be back next year, but the 37-year-old won’t be around forever:
Eli Manning will be the starting quarterback for the NY Giants in 2018.
When reached for a comment regarding Big Blue’s 2020 title odds, BetDSI.eu odds consultant Scott Cooley explained the rationale behind it as such:
Eli Manning may or not be the quarterback, the defense is aging and the state of the team brass is in flux. They didn't get the sexy head coach hire they needed and they have aging players across the board.
With that in mind, here’s Jon Price’s take on the team with the best chance to bring home the Lombardi Trophy a year from now:
Price’s 2019 Super Bowl Pick
“It may be a bit early to call Super Bowl LIII’s winner with any much confidence, as so much can happen in 12 months, but it’s never a bad idea to capitalize on value at the betting window. The best value right now is taking the New England Patriots to win their third title in five years. This team has been downright unstoppable during the regular season in recent years and getting the Pats at 4-1 to accomplish something they have done 50% of the time since 2014.
To me this is a simple bet to make, as there hasn’t been a more consistent organization during this millennium than the Patriots. They’ve put together the only bona fide dynasty in the current era, claiming five titles in the 17 years since winning their first Super Bowl following the 2001 season. While this year's loss hurt them, the key pieces are mostly set to return with the notable exception of both coordinators, who are heading elsewhere in the offseason as head coaches. Even with this impending turnover to deal with, there is no reason to expect New England to fall off after a Super Bowl defeat. The club has thrived thanks to a "next man up" mentality that applies to everyone in the organization, not just the players on the field. The Pats have always found a way to slot in replacements at practically every position on the field and anywhere on the coaching staff and still find success.
As long as Tom Brady is still the healthy starting quarterback, with a chip on his shoulder after fumbling a potential game-winning drive in the fourth quarter against Philly, and Bill Belichick is calling the shots as head coach and GM, there is an almost surefire chance the team will be at least competing for an AFC Championship and likely Super Bowl. When they punch their tickets to Atlanta to take part of the big game at Mercedes-Benz Stadium a year from now, you’ll certainly wish you had bet the Pats at +400 rather than the -200 or so they’ll likely be against their NFC opponent.
It’s worth noting that the Super Bowl odds are constantly being tinkered with and will shift dramatically in the coming months based on draft results, free agency decisions, injuries and more. If you see a number you like or foresee a team drastically improving in the coming months, don’t be afraid to pounce on the bet and lock it in, as you may not get another opportunity to capitalize on that value again."