49ers – Chiefs Super Bowl Odds: Latest Betting Lines To Win Super Bowl 54
Super Bowl 54 Odds Tracker
|Team||Sep. 24||Sep. 17||Sep. 10||Sep. 3||AFTER DRAFT||OPENING ODDS|
|New England Patriots||350||341||400||400||600||600|
|Kansas City Chiefs||450||700||600||600||900||800|
|Los Angeles Rams||800||1000||1000||1000||750||1000|
|New Orleans Saints||1200||1600||900||900||750||800|
|Green Bay Packers||1400||1400||1600||1800||1800||1800|
|San Francisco 49ers||2200||4000||4000||4000||4000||2400|
|Los Angeles Chargers||2500||1600||1700||1700||1600||1300|
|Tampa Bay Buccaneers||8000||8000||8000||8000||6000||5000|
|New York Giants||10000||15000||15000||15000||8000||5000|
|New York Jets||50000||10000||10000||10000||10000||10000|
2020 Super Bowl Predictions
1. The oddsmaker’s prediction to win the 2020 Super Bowl.
2. A value team with a “solid shot” to win the Lombardi Trophy.
3. Long shot ROI dark horse pick to win Super Bowl 54.
Kansas City Chiefs: Super Bowl Bound
If you go back to last season, the Chiefs were literally an off-sides penalty away from beating the Patriots and moving on to the Super Bowl.
This season, quarterback Patrick Mahomes is now a veteran, coming off an MVP season. KC has an established running game and their secondary has improved immensely from arguably the worst units in all of football. However, there is some controversy that could impact a Super Bowl run. Wide receiver Tyreek Hill has once again been involved in some off-the-field turmoil that could result in a suspension. While he may not be Hill, the Chiefs did draft Mecole Hardman and Sammy Watkins and Travis Kelce are massive weapons.
The Chiefs are primed for success and their 8/1 odds to win the Super Bowl place them as the #2 favorite at most legal online sportsbooks.
2020 Super Bowl ROI Dark Horse Pick: San Francisco 49ers
When it comes to 2020 Super Bowl odds, the 49ers are clearly a long-shot or better known here as a dark horse. The 49ers odds to win the Super Bowl are 40/1 at FanDuel Sportsbook PA.
The 49ers had the #2 NFL draft pick in May. Are they really ready to contend for the Super Bowl? Well, if you’ll recall, the 49ers lost quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo early to an ACL tear. All reports point to healthy and determined Garoppolo for 2019.
The 49ers have a great offensive line, a bunch of young weapons and a defensive line that has some of the best young talent in the league, including top draft choice Nick Bosa.
Again, this is a dark horse option, but they are a bit of an unknown commodity with a full season of Garoppolo. When looking for surprise NFL teams, you need a division that has some holes. Outside of the LA Rams, a wild-card position is wide open in the NFC West.
Evolution of the Super Bowl
The first Super Bowl in 1967 wasn’t even a sellout at the Memorial Coliseum in Los Angeles. However, it didn’t take long for the game to become a signature sporting event. The upset in Super Bowl III and the AFL/NFL merger made the Super Bowl a must-see game entering the seventies. In turn, wagering on the game also progressed. One of the most notable Super Bowls in terms of betting was in Super Bowl XIII. The odds on the game between the favored Pittsburgh Steelers and the Dallas Cowboys fluctuated between three and five points. Pittsburgh’s 35-31 victory proved to be a disaster for bookmakers as a dreaded middle. Many bettors were able to win on the Steelers at -3 to -3.5 points while Dallas backers were able to get the Cowboys at +4.5 to +5 points at certain times as well. In 1985, prop bets began to become a big part of Super Bowl betting. A prop bet on whether or not William “the Refrigerator” Perry would score a touchdown for the Chicago Bears in Super Bowl XX was a big hit with bettors. It was during this time that another trend was developing that was a problem for bookmakers.
For 13 straight years form 1984-96, the NFC won every Super Bowl. During this stretch, the NFC went 10-2-1 against the spread. Since that run has ended, the Super Bowl has become a mega-event in Las Vegas. There are hundreds of prop bets available on the game for novice and professional bettors to choose from. As a new decade begins, the Super Bowl will continue its growth.
Super Bowl Coin Toss Results History
One of the most popular Super Bowl Prop Bets is the coin toss. Quite frankly, it’s extremely popular due to a quick payout potential and the simplicity of the bet. It is fun to see the history of the Super Bowl coin results. Recently heads hit 5 years in a row, followed by a 4 year on tails winning the toss. The coin toss result for the last Super Bowl between the Eagles vs. Patriots landed on heads.
|wdt_ID||Super Bowl||Date||Heads/Tails||Toss Winner||Toss Loser|
|7||XLVI||Heads||New England||N.Y. Giants|
|Super Bowl||Date||Heads/Tails||Toss Winner||Toss Loser|
Historical Super Bowl Point Spreads Results
How many favorites or underdogs have covered the spread in Super Bowl History? Millions of Americans bet on the Super Bowl each year. For the first time ever, they will be able to place a legal bet on the big game outside of Las Vegas. 9 states in the U.S. now have regulated sports betting within their borders. They include Nevada, Delaware, New Jersey, Mississippi, Rhode Island, Pennsylvania, New Mexico, West Virginia, Washington D.C.
Many of the new sports bettors will be placing a bet on the 2019 Super Bowl matchup. Our table below displays every point spread and over-under total betting line for each Super Bowl. The winning result is included as well.
|wdt_ID||Super Bowl||Year||Location||Matchup||Line (Total)||Score||ATS Result|
|1||LII||2018||Minneapolis, MN||Philadelphia vs. New England||New England -4 (49)||Philadelphia 41 New England 33||Underdog-Over|
|2||LI||2017||Houston, TX||Atlanta vs. New Enland||New England -3 (57)||New England 34 Atlanta 28 (OT)||Favorite-Over|
|3||L||2016||Santa Clara, CA||Carolina vs. Denver||Carolina -5 (43.5)||Denver 24 Carolina 10||Underdog-Under|
|4||XLIX||2015||Glendale, AZ||Seattle vs. New England||Pick 'em (47.5)||New England 28 Seattle 24||Patriots - Over|
|5||XLVIIl||2014||East Rutherford,New Jersey||Seattle vs Denver||Denver -2 (47)||Seattle 43 Denver 8||Underdog-Over|
|6||XLVII||2013||New Orleans, LA||SF vs. Baltimore||San Francisco -4.5 (48)||Baltimore 34 San Francisco 31||Underdog-Over|
|7||XLVI||2012||Indianapolis, IN||NY Giants vs. New England||New England -2.5 (53)||N.Y. Giants 21 New England 17||Underdog-Under|
|8||XLV||2011||Arlington, TX||Green Bay vs. Pittsburgh||Green Bay -3 (45)||Green Bay 31 Pittsburgh 25||Favorite-Over|
|9||XLIV||2010||Miami, FL||New Orleans vs. Indianapolis||Indianapolis -5 (57)||New Orleans 31 Indianapolis 17||Underdog-Under|
|10||XLIII||2009||Tampa, FL||Pittsburgh vs. Arizona||Pittsburgh -7 (46)||Pittsburgh 27 Arizona 23||Underdog-Over|
|Super Bowl||Year||Location||Matchup||Line (Total)||Score||ATS Result|
Legal Sportsbooks Super Bowl Odds
With legalized sports betting exploding throughout the United States, it is time for us to begin covering Super Bowl Odds from NJ Online Sportsbooks like FanDuel, DraftKings Sportsbook PA, and SugarHouse. Nine states have now legalized sports betting: Nevada, Delaware, New Jersey, Mississippi, Rhode Island, PA Online Sports Betting, New Mexico, West Virginia, Washington D.C.
Legal online sportsbooks and mobile betting apps like William Hill Promo Code have only been launched in NJ and West Virginia so far. That will be changing very soon as Pennsylvania will be launching their online sports betting options very soon. Super Bowl betting activity could be absolutely enormous next year when PA, NJ, NY, MA, DE, and almost every other east coast state has legal sports betting.