Latest Super Bowl 54 Odds 2020
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New England Patriots
Los Angeles Rams
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New Orleans Saints
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Green Bay Packers
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New York Giants
Tampa Bay Buccaneers
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Online bookmakers have posted Super Bowl odds 2020 and there are some usual suspects atop the betting boards. Super Bowl 54 will play out at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida, on February 2, 2020. Official tickets can be purchased online at NFL On Location Experiences or Ticketmaster. Above, check betting odds for the 54th NFL Championship at top online sportsbooks. Down below, review the NE Patriots vs LA Rams Super Bowl 53 fight.
- 01Betting Odds to win the Super Bowl 54
- 02Who is favored to win the Super Bowl?
- 03Super Bowl Prop Bets
- 04Super Bowl 53: Patriots vs Rams
- 05All-time Super Bowl Host Cities (up to 2024):
Betting Odds to win the Super Bowl 54
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Opening odds had New England, Kansas City and LA Rams all with a share of the top perch at Canada Sports Betting recommended sportsbooks. Aiming to be first back-to-back NFL Champions, since they won Super Bowl 38 and 39, current Super Bowl 54 odds have the Patriots as top favorites at the SportsInteraction sportsbook.
Opening odds are tight, as the Patriots are joined the Kansas City Chiefs and New Orleans Saints at SportsInteraction with a (8.70) price. Bet365 bookmakers have the Rams and Chiefs (8.50) in a two-way tie on their Super Bowl 2020 futures betting board. Since then, odds have gone up and down according to the preparations and expectations put on each franchise.
With April 25-27, 2019, NFL Draft in Nashville now complete, barring major trades or injuries, NFL Super Bowl odds will mellow some now. Training camps, which open in mid-June, will dictate the next major price moves. Stay tuned for weekly SB LIV updates!
Who is favored to win the Super Bowl?
Claiming two straight Vince Lombardi trophies is a tough task as it has only happened seven times over the first 53 title fights. After joining the Miami Dolphins (1972–1974) with their third straight NFL Championship appearance last season, New England looks to match the Buffalo Bills (1991–94) as the only team to earn four straight trips to Super Bowl Sunday.
A return to the big game, where they would surely be Super Bowl favorites again, would give New England a shot at passing the six-time Champion Pittsburgh Steelers with a record seven NFL titles. Here are the seven teams with back-to-back NFL Super Bowl Championships.
- Green Bay Packers – Super Bowl I and II (1966–1967)
- Miami Dolphins - Super Bowl VII and VIII (1972–1973)
- Pittsburgh Steelers – Super Bowl IX and X (1974–1975)
- Pittsburgh Steelers - Super XIII and XIV (1978–1979)
- San Francisco 49ers – Super Bowl XXIII and XXIV (1988–1989)
- Dallas Cowboys – Super Bowl XXVII and XXVIII (1992–1993)
- Denver Broncos - Super Bowl XXXII and XXXXIII (1997–1998)
- New England Patriots - Super Bowl XXXVIII and XXXIX (2003–2004)
Always reloading, never rebuilding, New England aims to extend their overall NFL record to twelve Super Bowl berths. Pittsburgh, Dallas and Denver are tied for second with eight. Featuring three of the most icon figures in NFL history, owner Robert Kraft, HC Bill Belichick and QB Tom Brady, New England is a model sports franchise and a record setting machine.
Those three were constants during the Patriots first six Super Bowl titles and remain together for the 2019 NFL season. It’s wise to include the G.O.A.T(s) when buying Super 54 futures tickets. Patriots (8.00) and Chiefs (9.00) are AFC Championship preseason chalk at top online sportsbooks.
“Super Bowl Act III - New England Patriots and Los Angeles Rams may meet again”
Young, stacked with talent on both sides of the ball, plus having a Super Bowl experience under their belts, are prime reasons why the LA Rams are a top favorite to claim Super Bowl 54. Led by QB Jared Goff, RB Todd Gurley III, plus a talented receiving core, the Rams finished 2018 second in scoring with (527 PTS) and bettors can expect more of the same during NFL 2019.
Pieced together during the 2018 offseason, led by Defensive Player of the Year Aaron Donald, the Rams 2019 defence will be a solid group. If properly managed, the highs and lows of 2018-19 will be valuable building blocks and it's safe to include the Rams in Super Bowl predictions.
“Chargers, Steelers, Colts, Ravens and Texans are second tier AFC favorites”
Entering his first full season, after playing one match during his rookie year, QB Patrick Mahomes led Kansas City to their first AFC Championship game since 1993. Mahomes to WR Tyreek Hill was a familiar refrain as the Chiefs posted an NFL best 565 points. As he heads into his true sophomore season - teams have a full year of film but Mahomes plays beyond his years.
Opening Vegas odds have Kansas City (+700) tied with New England as top chalk to represent the AFC in Super Bowl LIV. Needing to improve their #24 ranked defense (26.3 PPG allowed) monitor the Chiefs roster prior to buying Super Bowl 54 futures tickets backing the Show Me State Crew.
“Bears, Eagles, Cowboys, Vikings and Packers are NFC second level chalk”
Following a league best 13-3 run, during the 2018 NFL season, New Orleans fell to Los Angeles in the Championship game. The Saints opened as second chalk in the NFC with prices ranging from +750 to a +1000 best buy at Bodog. HC Sean Payton and QB Drew Brees sit second behind Belichick and Brady (207) as they have 118 wins together. How many years do they have left?
RB Alvin Kamara and WR Michael Thomas are studs in the Saints powerful offense that is coupled with an improving defense. SportsInteraction top four to win the 2020 NFC Championship is Saints +394 over the Rams +401, plus Chicago +651 and Philadelphia +850.
Super Bowl Prop Bets
It is too early to bet on the 2020 Super Bowl Prop Bets. These odds will only be released in the middle of January 2020. But if you like to wager on prop bets, you don't need to wait the next NFL final game.
There are dozens of NFL prop bets available for you to wager. You can already bet on them and the first result come a few months before the season starts.
The first betting lines are for the NFL draft. Who will be the NCAA Football college star to be chosen first?
Then, we have player free agents. Where to will they transfer? Antonio Brown has been already traded. Now, we wonder where Le’Veon will play in the next season.
When the season really starts, you can bet on the fastest player, the highest jump of any athlete and several other individual records.
We summarized below some of the current most popular NFL prop bets for the 2019 season.
- Draft: Who will be taken first in 2019
- Where will Le'Veon Play in 2019
- Fastest 40 Yard Dash Will be
- Fastest 60 Yard Shuttle by any player
- Highest Vertical Jump by any player
Super Bowl 53: Patriots vs Rams
Simply stated, veteran New England HC Bill Belichick schooled Los Angeles second year bench boss Sean McVay during the Patriots 13-3 Super Bowl 53 victory over the Rams. The final tally is a new record, as it slipped in five points lower than the Miami Dolphins 14-7 win over the Washington Redskins during Super Bowl VII. The high flying Pats set a few "fewest" records. The New England Patriot's 2019 title is added to our Super Bowl Winners List.
After the Patriots and Eagles scored 74 points during Super Bowl 52, one point off the SF 49ers vs SD Chargers Super Bowl XXIX record 75, that is quite a swing. Led by Belichick and Brady, here are several additional records that were established during Super Bowl 53. Some of these, like fewest points over three quarters and fewest total touchdowns, may never be broken.
- Most Games Played: Tom Brady (9)
- Most Games on a Winning Team: Tom Brady (6)
- Oldest Starting QB on Winning Team: Tom Brady (41)
- Most Games Any Head Coach: Bill Belichick (9)
- Most Titles Won Same Team Head Coach: Bill Belichick (6)
- Oldest Head Coach of a SB Winning Team: Bill Belichick (65)
- Most SB Passes Overall Career: Tom Brady (392)
- Most SB Completions Overall Career: Tom Brady (256)
- Most SB Pass Yards Overall Career: Tom Brady (2838)
- Longest SB Punt: Rams K Johnny Hekker (65 yards)
- Most Appearances All Teams: Patriots (11)
- Fewest Total Points by Winning Team: Patriots (13)
- Fewest Combined Points Through 3 Quarters: 6 New England (3) + Rams (3)
- Fewest Total Touchdowns: 1 Patriots (1) + Rams (0)
- Fewest Total Extra Points: 1 Patriots (1) + Rams (0)
- Fewest Total Kickoff Returns: 2 Patriots (1) + Rams (1)
- Most Consecutive Drives Ending With a Punt One Team: LA Rams 8 straight.
Super Bowl Betting Lines Odds & Picks
Opening with Los Angeles as favorites, from a Super Bowl odds money line perspective, roles flipped quickly as New England was changed to chalk shortly after the first prices were posted. Moving a nickel here and there, during the two weeks leading up to match, New England closed with (-140) top value Super Bowl betting lines at Betway.
Close throughout, the Patriots and Rams were tied at 3-3 after three quarters before New England outscored Los Angeles 10-0 in the fourth frame. Super Bowl LIII was just the third win by a favorite, over the past ten contests, and the fourth time ten points was the winning margin.
Super Bowl Against the Spread Odds & Picks
Lasting mere minutes, the Rams were -2.5 Super Bowl spread favorites following Conference Championship Sunday action. Like the money line, most bookmakers quickly moved the ATS price to EVEN and the price rose to a high of Patriots –3 (-105) at Bodog.
By game-time, New England was -3 or -2.5 chalk, with varying amounts of juice, at top online sportsbooks. Bettor’s who backed the Rams had their hopes dashed when Jared Goff tossed an INT with 4:17 left on the clock. A Stephen Gostkowski field goal capped off the ATS cover.
Super Bowl Over Under Odds & Picks
New England vs Los Angeles opened with a record tying Super Bowl Over Under line as the 57 point total matched the Saints vs Colts (SB 44) and Patriots vs Falcons (SB 51) NFL title matches. UNDER bettors were feeling good when the first quarter ended in scoreless tie.
They were bolstered even further when the first half finished with eight punts, one turnover on downs, a made and missed field goal, one interception, plus the Patriots leading 3-0. In the end, bookmakers missed the mark by a record setting 41 points on their game total odds.
Super Bowl Props and Exotics Enhance NFL Championship Betting
Hundreds of Super Bowl prop bets added to the wagering experience during the 53rd NFL Championship. From the coin toss, which came up TAILS for the first time in four years, to the BLUE coloured Gatorade that showered HC Bill Belichick after the final whistle; props and exotics continue to capture the imagination of bookmakers and bettors alike.
With ten catches, (141 yards) Julian Edelman was the first wide receiver to win the Super Bowl MVP award since Santonio Holmes took the honour after Pittsburgh won their sixth title during Super Bowl 43 in 2009. Check back prior to Super Bowl 54 for prop odds and predictions.
All-time Super Bowl Host Cities (up to 2024):
Miami metropolitan area and New Orleans hosted the biggest number of Super Bowls.
- Miami metropolitan area - 11
- New Orleans - 11
- Los Angeles metropolitan area - 8
- Tampa - 5
- Phoenix metropolitan area - 4
- Atlanta - 3
- Houston - 3
- San Diego - 3
- Detroit metropolitan area - 2
- Minneapolis - 2
- San Francisco Bay Area - 2
- Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex - 1
- Indianapolis - 1
- Jacksonville - 1
- New York metropolitan area - 1