Super Bowl 55 Odds Tracker
- The Tampa Bay Buccaneers defeated the Kansas City Chiefs in Super Bowl 55
- Look back at the Super Bowl 55 odds and see how they changed throughout the season
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We tracked Super Bowl 55 odds for all 32 teams in the NFL from the time they opened in February of 2020, right up to kickoff of the big game on February 7, 2021. You’ll see how each team’s futures odds changed throughout the 2020 NFL season and 2021 NFL playoffs in the graphs below, including major movement brought on by trades, free agent signings, and injuries.
Super Bowl 55 Odds for Top Contenders
Closing 2021 Super Bowl Odds
|Kansas City Chiefs||-164|
|Tampa Bay Buccaneers||+143|
|Green Bay Packers||N/A|
|New Orleans Saints||N/A|
|Los Angeles Rams||N/A|
|Washington Football Team||N/A|
|New York Giants||N/A|
|Las Vegas Raiders||N/A|
|San Francisco 49ers||N/A|
|New England Patriots||N/A|
|Los Angeles Chargers||N/A|
|New York Jets||N/A|
*Odds updated February 7
Here are some more notes on the movement of the top contenders for Super Bowl 55:
- [February 7] The Tampa Bay Buccaneers upset the Kansas City Chiefs in Super Bowl 55, dominating the game and winning by a final score of 31-9.
- [February 7] The odds to win Super Bowl 55 are moving slightly in Tampa Bay’s favor, as they’re now being offered at an average of +139. Kansas City’s odds have worsened a touch to -160 ahead of kickoff.
- [February 5] The Chiefs’ odds to win the Super Bowl have settled in at an average of -164, while the Buccaneers are being offered at +143 with just two days to go before kickoff of Super Bowl 55.
- [January 24] The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have upset the Green Bay Packers in the NFC Championship to advance to Super Bowl 55. The Kansas City Chiefs have beaten the Buffalo Bills, booking a ticket to their second straight Super Bowl. Kansas City has opened as the favorite in Super Bowl 55, listed as short as -186 and as long as -175. The Bucs’ odds to win the Super Bowl are as short as +140 and as long as +156.
- [January 18] After a 12-hour period that saw the Packers become the new favorites to win Super Bowl 55, the Chiefs have reclaimed that title thanks to Patrick Mahomes’ status for Sunday’s AFC Championship looking more optimistic
- [January 17] The Chiefs’ Super Bowl odds have actually gotten worse after beating the Browns, thanks to the concussion Patrick Mahomes suffered. The Bills have seen their Super Bowl odds improve as a result, now seeing odds as short as +260 when being +350 yesterday. The Packers have become the new Super Bowl favorites after the Bucs upset the Saints
- [January 16] The Packers’ Super Bowl odds have improved from an average of +400 to +260 after beating the Los Angeles Rams to advance to the NFC Championship game, which will be played at Lambeau Field. The Bills’ Super Bowl odds are as short as +350 after beating the Ravens and punching their ticket to the AFC Championship
- [January 10] The Titans, Bears, and Steelers were eliminated on the second day of Wild Card Weekend. The Ravens’ odds improved from an average of +1000 down to as short as +750. The Browns have the worst odds among remaining teams, but they improved from +5500 to +2100 at some sportsbooks
- [January 9] The Colts, Seahawks, and Football Team were all eliminated from the playoffs on the first day of Wild Card Weekend. The Bills Super Bowl odds didn’t improve much from their win, but the Rams are now as short as +1600 after upsetting Seattle, and the Bucs are as short as +750
- [January 3] The Chiefs enter the NFL playoffs as the favorites to win the Super Bowl, while the Packers have the best odds among NFC teams after clinching the top seed and a first-round bye. The Washington Football Team heads into the postseason with the worst odds of the 14 who qualified
- [December 27] The Rams and Browns both saw their Super Bowl odds take a big hit in Week 16 after they both recorded losses. Los Angeles lost to Seattle, giving away the NFC West division, while the Browns are now on the ropes to make the playoffs after losing to the Jets
- [December 21] The Steelers were upset by the lowly Bengals as 15-point favorites on Monday Night Football of Week 15. This marks Pittsburgh’s third straight loss, and resulted in their Super Bowl odds taking a major hit. They were as short as +1300 at some sportsbooks entering the week, and are now as long as +2200
- [December 20] The Saints are still a top three Super Bowl contender after losing to the Chiefs in Week 15. The Rams’ Super Bowl odds took a major hit, though, after losing to the Jets as 17-point favorites. Los Angeles had the fourth-best odds heading into Sunday, but saw Buffalo, Pittsburgh, and Seattle leap them at most sportsbooks
- [December 13] The Steelers’ Super Bowl odds have faded from +700 to longer than +1000 at some sportsbooks after losing their second straight game. The Packers and Saints are neck-and-neck for the second-best Super Bowl odd, behind Kansas City, now that Green Bay has taken over the top seed in the NFC
- [December 8] The Steelers suffered their first loss of the 2020 NFL season in Week 13, and their Super Bowl odds took a small hit. Pittsburgh still remains a top three Super Bowl contender based on the odds, however
- [December 6] The Seahawks have fallen out of the top five Super Bowl contenders after being upset by the Giants in Week 13; their Super Bowl odds are listed as long as +1300
- [November 29] The Buccaneers have fallen out of the top five Super Bowl contenders after losing to the Chiefs in Week 12
- [November 22] The Chiefs remain Super Bowl favorites after avoiding a scare against the Raiders in Week 11; the Jets were officially eliminated from the playoffs as well, so they will no longer be seen on Super Bowl odds boards
- [November 15] Four of the top ten Super Bowl contenders entering Week 10 lost this week – Seattle, Buffalo, Baltimore, and Tennessee – while only one of those losses came to another top ten contender – the Seahawks losing to the Rams; Baltimore and Seattle were the teams who saw their Super Bowl odds suffer the most
- [November 9] The Buccaneers were blown out by the Saints in Week 9, resulting in them falling out of the top three Super Bowl contenders
- [November 2] A victory over the Ravens has resulted in the Steelers now having the second-best odds to win the Super Bowl
- [October 27] After Seattle suffered their first loss of the season, the Bucs now have the best Super Bowl odds among NFC teams
- [October 14] The Titans have finally cracked the top ten Super Bowl contenders after a convincing Week 5 win over the Bills
- [October 12] Dallas’ odds to win the Super Bowl have plummeted with Dak Prescott out for the rest of the season
- [October 4] The Cowboys’ Super Bowl odds reach a season-worst after losing to the Browns in Week 4, pushing their record to 1-3
- [September 21] The Chiefs still have the best average odds to win Super Bowl 55, but some sportsbooks are listing the Ravens as the favorites after Week 2
- [September 14] After Week 1 losses, the Buccaneers, Colts, and Eagles saw their Super Bowl odds take big hits. Tampa Bay went from +900 ahead of kickoff to +1533 after Week 1; the Eagles went from +2267 to +3433; and the Colts worsened from +2333 to +3433 as well.
- [July 26] The Seahawks’ Super Bowl odds have seen very little movement across multiple sportsbooks after acquiring Jamal Adams from the Jets
- [June 29] After signing Cam Newton, the Patriots’ Super Bowl odds are as short as +1200 at some sportsbooks, but still as long as +2500
- [June 15] The Eagles’ Super Bowl odds were unaffected after they announced Brandon Brooks would miss the season with a torn Achilles
- [May 18] The Packers’ draft day decisions took a little longer to affect their Super Bowl odds, but they’re now listed at +3000, well outside of the top ten for the first time this year
- [Apr 27] The Cowboys and 49ers saw the biggest improvements in Super Bowl odds after the 2020 NFL Draft, while the Raiders and Titans saw the biggest dip
- [Apr 23] After reuniting Tom Brady and Rob Gronkowski, the Bucs have seen their odds shorten to +900
- [Mar 18] The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have become a top five Super Bowl contender after signing Tom Brady
- [Mar 16] The Cardinals’ odds have improved from +8000 to +3867 after acquiring DeAndre Hopkins from the Texans
- [Feb 3] After winning Super Bowl 54, the Chiefs’ Super Bowl 55 the Chiefs have opened as the favorites to win Super Bowl 55
Top AFC Super Bowl Contenders
The Kansas City Chiefs put together a dominant 14-2 regular season record, with one of those losses coming in Week 17 when they rested their starters. They cruised through the playoffs when Patrick Mahomes was under center. They did suffer a scare against the Browns in the Divisional Round, when Chad Henne had to play most of the second half due to Mahomes suffering a concussion.
But they made it back to the Super Bowl to defend their championship, and went into the game as -164 favorites over the Buccaneers. The Chiefs repeat bid would fall short in the Super Bowl, however.
The New England Patriots opened with +1200 odds to win Super Bowl 55, but saw their odds worsen to +1600 after they watched Tom Brady leave in free agency. Their odds continued to worsen in the next two months, reaching odds as long as +2533. But then they made a splash of their own, signing former MVP Cam Newton.
Newton had the Patriots competitive for the first few weeks of the season, as the team’s Super Bowl futures hovered just shorter than +2000. But then Cam caught COVID and the wheels quickly fell off.
The Bills and Dolphins were the surprises from the AFC East, as Buffalo entered the playoffs with the third-best Super Bowl odds. They would make it all the way to the AFC Championship before being sent home by the Chiefs.
The Cleveland Browns disappointing 2019 season has softened the expectations for the franchise in 2020, as they fall back to the middle of the pack in odds to win the Super Bowl. Cleveland would surprise us all in 2020, though, putting together a promising 11-5 season, and upset the Steelers on Wild Card Weekend.
Sportsbooks believed the Ravens would only build off their great year in 2019, opening as a top three contender for Super Bowl 55. After briefly becoming the Super Bowl favorite after Week 2, the Ravens suffered through some midseason struggles and saw their Super Bowl odds plummet to as long as +3300. Their season would come to an end in the Divisional Round at the hands of the Bills.
The Steelers looked to be the best team in football, though they were never favored to win the Super Bowl, as they reeled off 11 straight wins to start the season. Pittsburgh’s Super Bowl odds would get as short as +500 before they collapsed to lose four of their final five to close the regular season, then getting upset by the Browns in the first round of the playoffs.
The AFC South had two outside contenders for Super Bowl 55 in the Colts and Titans. But both ended up falling on Wild Card Weekend.
After winning Super Bowl 54, the Chiefs opened as the favorites to win Super Bowl 55 as well. They remained the favorites basically all season, briefly seeing the Ravens take the top spot on the board early in the season and the Packers assume the role of favorite for a couple days after the Divisional Round, where Patrick Mahomes was knocked out of the game with a concussion.
Top NFC Super Bowl Contenders
Tampa Bay was seen as a longshot Super Bowl contender at +4667 odds in early March. But then they landed free agent quarterback Tom Brady, and their odds improved to +1267 within days.
The Buccaneers entered the NFL playoffs with the fourth-best Super Bowl odds among NFC teams, trailing the Packers, Saints, and Seahawks. They went into Super Bowl 55 against the Chiefs as +143 underdogs, but pulled off the upset to be crowned Super Bowl champions.
Despite having to send at least one of these teams to the playoffs in the 2020 NFL season, none of them were ever seen as legitimate Super Bowl contenders after Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott went down with an ankle injury early in the season.
Washington would end up making the playoffs and hosting a Wild Card game. But they went down to Tom Brady and the Buccaneers.
Sportsbooks obviously weren’t sure what we’d get from the Bears in 2020. After a promising 12-win season in 2018, they followed it up with an 8-8 record in 2019 as questions loomed about whether Mitchell Trubisky is a franchise quarterback. The 2020 season was a real mixed bag as well, as Trubisky was benched early in the season, only to come back as the starter when Nick Foles got injured and got Chicago into the playoffs.
The only real Super Bowl 55 contender from the NFC North was the Packers, though. For a short time following the Divisional Round of the playoffs, Green Bay was the favorite to win the 2021 Super Bowl. That came to an end when they were upset by the Bucs in the NFC Championship.
Atlanta was a bit of a sexy Super Bowl pick entering the season, opening with +2500 odds. But the Saints and Buccaneers were the only Super Bowl 55 contenders from the NFC South. The two would meet in the Divisional Round of the playoffs, with Tampa Bay upsetting New Orleans.
That wasn’t it for Tom Brady and company, though, as they followed that with a win at Lambeau Field in the NFC Championship and became the first team to play in a home Super Bowl. In Super Bowl 55 at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa Bay, the Buccaneers ________________
After losing to the Chiefs in the Super Bowl, the 49ers opened with the second-best odds to win Super Bowl 55. But their odds began fading pretty quickly once the injuries started racking up. San Francisco lost Nick Bosa, Jimmy Garoppolo, Deebo Samuel, and George Kittle among others for extended periods of time during the 2020 NFL season.
The Seahawks looked to be strong Super Bowl contenders early, but saw their offense completely fall apart in the second half of the season. Their season was ended by the LA Rams in the Wild Card round of the 2021 NFL playoffs.
The Rams wouldn’t win another game, though, as they were simply outplayed by the Packers at Lambeau Field in the Divisional Round.