The end of the 2020 NFL regular season officially solidifies the playoff picture on the way to Super Bowl 55. We’re breaking down where the odds are in the first round of the 2021 NFL playoffs.
The NFL ended its regular season with an exciting week 17, which ended in prime time with a fight against NFC East. Now the postseason begins on Saturday with 14 teams all battling for Tampa, Florida and Super Bowl 55.
Reigning Super Bowl Champion Kansas City Chiefs is the top seed in the AFC and will try to do it again. However, they have six other teams, including the upstart Buffalo Bills, who are threatening to take over their crown. In NFC, the No.. 1 seed Green Bay Packers will be looking to make it past the NFC title game after being humiliated by the San Francisco 49ers last year.
Before we can get to the Super Bowl, however, we need to look at the odds for each playoff team, courtesy of DraftKings Sportsbook.
Before the 2020 regular season began, Green Bay’s Super Bowl odds were 2,800. With her enormous game this season and winning the No.. 1 seed, her chances have arched up to 450. It’s hard not to consider the Packers as favorites with Aaron Rodgers in the spotlight, Davante Adams on the outside and Aaron Jones in the background.
The reigning Super Bowl champions are back with the same cast of characters on both sides. Patrick Mahomes, Tyreek Hill and Travis Kelce are once again playing great football. On the defensive, the Chiefs still have Chris Jones in the middle of the defensive line and Tyrant Mathieu in the secondary. Before the season started, KC’s Super Bowl odds were 600 and now they’re the best at 220.
The Buffalo Bills, the AFC’s second best team, are one of the sleepers who take a run at the Super Bowl. They have playmakers on either side of the ball and are led by third year quarterback Josh Allen.
Allen was in MVP conversation for the first part of the season when he hit the 4-0 bills. But these convos cooled down, but not Allen’s game. Before the season started, the Bills’ Super Bowl odds were 2500, and now there are 700 going into the playoffs.
The Ravens are one of the hottest teams making it into the playoffs this weekend. Led by Lamar Jackson, the Ravens beat the Cincinnati Bengals 38-3 in Week 17 to claim their fifth straight win. Last season, Baltimore was one of the favorites to win the Super Bowl but was upset by the sixth Tennessee Titans. Before the season started, their odds were 600, but now they are moving into the postseason 1200.
Somehow the Washington Football team got a win in week 17 between 20-14 against the Philadelphia Eagles and won the NFC East. However, WFT goes into the playoffs with the longest chances of winning to win the Super Bowl by 8,000. WFT will be their playoff trip against the No.. 1 start. 5 seeds Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Hard to see Washington making any noise when they only have seven wins to end the regular season.
Of all the teams in the AFC, the Cleveland Browns have the longest chances of winning the Super Bowl. The Browns beat the Pittsburgh Steelers 24:22 in Week 17, earning their first playoff spot since 2002. Cleveland will not be easy despite the odds of 5000 winning. You may not have Odell Beckham Jr. . , but they still have Baker Mayfield and the running back duo of Kareem Hunt and Nick Chubb.
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