Super Bowl LV Winner in the ERA of Covid-19

When selecting your Super Bowl LV futures bets. Best to base your picks on how current teams have managed their team’s health during the COVID-Era.

The first half of the 2020 NFL regular season is in the books. It’s been a year unlike any other. Games have been postponed or canceled, players, coaches, and team personnel have missed time due to the league’s COVID-19 protocols, and many opted out before the season began. This makes the fact that the NFL is one week closer to Super Bowl LV all the more impressive. While empty stadiums and masked coaches highlight the Covid Protocols, the ebbs and flows of a typical season remain. Pre-season favorites to reach the Super Bowl have stumbled, unlikely contenders have emerged, and the cream of this year’s NFL crop is now clearer than ever. 

In the AFC, the Kansas City Chiefs, Pittsburgh Steelers, Buffalo Bills, and Indianapolis Colts sit atop their respective divisions. While in the NFC, it’s the Green Bay Packers, Arizona Cardinals, New Orleans Saints, and *Philadelphia Eagles* that reign supreme – at least on paper. Asterisks for the Eagles and the NFC EAST for their dismal records and play this season.

The Super Bowl odds of each division leader is reflected in their current record. Mybookie oddsmakers have made the defending champion 7-1 Chiefs the team to beat, with +350 odds to win Super Bowl LV. Meanwhile, the Eagles, whose record of 3-5-1 has them barely clinging to the top spot in the NFC East, are +4000. Suffice it to say, not all division leaders are created equal. 

As fans and oddsmakers begin to make their predictions, one thing remains clear: Super Bowl LV (55) will be as unique as the regular season that preceded it. Click here to have a look at the current Odds to win Superbowl 55.

Super Bowl LV is currently scheduled to be played on February 7th, 2021 at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida. However, the league is prepared to push the event by as much as four weeks if necessary. A March Super Bowl would be weird, but not quite as weird as one without fans. In October, the league announced that their big game would have a reduced-capacity, with one estimate placing the number of fans able to attend at 20%. It’s entirely possible that this number changes in the coming months, but whether the percentage goes up or down is anybody’s guess. 

While the details surrounding Super Bowl LV have yet to be confirmed, the anticipation continues to build. We’ve already mentioned the Chiefs, but who else can we expect to see come February? The Steelers are the league’s last remaining unbeaten team, but they have one of the hardest remaining schedules. The Packers have been hot and cold all season long. Can they deliver when it matters most? And what should we make of squads led by quarterbacks with zero postseason experience? Can Kyler Murray or Baker Mayfield get the job done? You can bet all these outcomes at more at 

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SUPERBOWL 55 – TO WIN – Updated Nov.16th, 2020
2021 Super Bowl Outright Winners Odds
Kansas City Chiefs +375
Pittsburgh Steelers +500
Baltimore Raven +850
Seattle Seahawks +950
New Orleans Saints +1200
Tampa Bay Buccaneers +1400
New England Patriots +6000
Indianapolis Colts +2000
Buffalo Bills +2200
Green Bay Packers +2500
Tennessee Titans +2800
Minnesota Vikings +2800
Miami Dolphins +2800
Arizona Cardinals +3300
Atlanta Falcons +4000
Chicago Bears +4000
Houston Texans +4000
Los Angeles Rams +4000
Philadelphia Eagles +4500
Denver Broncos +5000
Las Vegas Raiders +5000
Los Angeles Chargers +5000
Cleveland Browns +6000
Minnesota Vikings +6000
San Francisco 49ers +8000
Carolina Panthers +8000
Detroit Lions +8000
New York Giants +10000
Dallas Cowboys +17000
Jacksonville Jaguars +20000
Washington Football Team +20000
New York Jets +25000
Cincinnati Bengals +50000