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Odds to Win Super Bowl 54: Patriots Once Again Leading the Pack

Do you find yourself feeling an empty void on Sundays? Are you getting tired of having to actually talk to family members and friends on the last day of the weekend instead of sitting on your couch and watching NFL football all day? Well, I have some good news.

The 2019 NFL season is less than a month away! When it comes to odds on which team will hoist the Lombardi Trophy in Super Bowl 54, the New England Patriots remain supreme.

The Patriots are the +700 favorites to go all the way, with the Kansas City Chiefs (+800), New Orleans Saints (+850), Los Angeles Rams (+900), Chicago Bears (+1200), Cleveland Browns (+1200), Philadelphia Eagles (+1200), Indianapolis Colts (+1600), Los Angeles Chargers (+1600) and Green Bay Packers (+1800) comprising the rest of the top 10.

Patriots Remain the Standard of Success

Even with the loss of retired star tight end Rob Gronkowski and an underwhelming receiving corps, it’s no surprise to see the Pats topping the list. Fresh off their sixth championship in the Tom Brady/Bill Belichick era in Super Bowl 53, the Patriots have proven to be the class of the NFL and can never be counted out.

You won’t find much value in their +700 Super Bowl price or their -800 price to make the playoffs, but if you think the Patriots can put forth yet another dominant campaign, they’re available at -130 to go OVER their 11-win season total.

Cleveland Rocks

The Browns have been the doormat of the league since the second edition of the franchise returned to Northeast Ohio in 1999, but those days already look like they’re in the rear-view mirror. Thanks to a spirited second half of the 2018 season that saw Cleveland finish with a 7-8-1 SU record, the Browns proved to be a competitive bunch for the first time in recent history.

Baker Mayfield looks like a bona fide franchise quarterback after only one season, and general manager John Dorsey shifted the team into win-now mode by making a blockbuster trade with the New York Giants that brought megastar wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. to Ohio and signing Kareem Hunt to bolster the running back position behind Nick Chubb.

With rookie head coach Freddie Kitchens at the helm, the Browns and their lofty +1200 championship price have a lot to prove in 2019.

Which clubs do you think will raise some eyebrows on the gridiron this season and which ones will falter? Have your say in the comments section below.

Here’s a look at the Super Bowl 54 odds for all 32 NFL teams:

Odds to Win Super Bowl 54
New England Patriots+700
Kansas City Chiefs+800
New Orleans Saints+850
Los Angeles Rams+900
Chicago Bears+1200
Cleveland Browns+1200
Philadelphia Eagles+1200
Indianapolis Colts+1600
Los Angeles Chargers+1600
Green Bay Packers+1800
Dallas Cowboys+2200
Pittsburgh Steelers+2200
Minnesota Vikings+2600
San Francisco 49ers+3000
Seattle Seahawks+3000
Atlanta Falcons+3300
Baltimore Ravens+3300
Houston Texans+3300
Carolina Panthers+4000
Jacksonville Jaguars+4000
Oakland Raiders+6000
Denver Broncos+6600
Tennessee Titans+7000
Detroit Lions+8000
New York Giants+8000
New York Giants+8000
New York Jets+8000
Tampa Bay Buccaneers+8000
Arizona Cardinals+10000
Buffalo Bills+10000
Washington Redskins+10000
Cincinnati Bengals+12500
Miami Dolphins+15000

Odds as of August 13 at Bovada