Less than 24 hours after Tom Brady won his 7th Lombardi Trophy, it about time we start looking ahead to next season. Before the smoke clears from the cannons being fired in Tampa Bay last night, BetOnline already has odds released for Super Bowl LVI.

With odds fresh off the press, there is no better time to look at the most intriguing teams and their chances to win the Super Bowl next season.

Kansas City Chiefs +500
Tampa Bay Buccaneers +800
Buffalo Bills +1200
Green Bay Packers +1200
Los Angeles Rams +1200
San Francisco 49ers +1400
Baltimore Ravens +1600
Cleveland Browns +2000
Seattle Seahawks +2200
Dallas Cowboys +2500
Indianapolis Colts +2500
Miami Dolphins +2500
Los Angeles Chargers +2800
New England Patriots +2800
New Orleans Saints +2800
Pittsburgh Steelers +3300
Tennessee Titans +3300
Arizona Cardinals +4000
Philadelphia Eagles +4000
Atlanta Falcons +5000
Carolina Panthers +5000
Chicago Bears +5000
Las Vegas Raiders +5000
Minnesota Vikings +5000
Houston Texans +6600
New York Giants +6600
Washington Football Team +6600
Cincinnati Bengals +7500
Denver Broncos +7500
Detroit Lions +7500
Jacksonville Jaguars +7500
New York Jets +7500

 

Kansas City Chiefs (+500)

The two teams that played last night open up as the two front runners to win it all next season.

Kansas City are the favorites entering next season, and it is an obvious choice. They have the best player in the game today and will be returning most of their roster next season. We’ve all seen the unbelievable skill that this team possesses, and the fun that the have showcasing it. What we haven’t seen is what a pissed off Kansas City Chiefs team looks like. Next season, we’ll see a hungry Patrick Mahomes, and that may spell disaster for the rest of the league.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers (+800)

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers open with +800 odds to repeat as champions. For two reasons; Defending Champs, Tom Brady.

Betting against Tom Brady continues to prove to be unwise.

Los Angeles Rams (+1200)

No team does the offseason quite like the Los Angeles Rams. Every year it seems like they are involved in some type of blockbuster deal. No teams hates keeping their 1st round picks quite like the Rams.

The Rams are to me the most intriguing team in the NFL entering next season. The LA defense dominated this season. The offense was held back by a clear decline and disconnect from Jared Goff.

After moving on from Goff and bringing in the Matthew Stafford to take over the reigns of the franchise, big things are expected in Los Angeles. If Stafford can return the Rams to the high powered offense they were in 2018 when they reached the Super Bowl, the skies the limit for this team.

The Rams finally have a quarterback that can do everything that Coach Sean McVay pulls from that huge playbook. The revival of the Rams offense, and the continued carnage caused by their defense makes them an interesting championship contender in 2021-2022.

New England Patriots (+2800)

The great mystery.

After being completely embarrassed by Tom Brady in their first year apart, Bill Belichick is looking to retool the New England Patriots. New England has a boat ton of Cap Space this offseason, and what should be a huge chip on their shoulder to be good next season.

It could not have felt good for Belichick to watch Brady win a Super Bowl without him, especially after the Pats went 7-9 with Cam Newton.

You’d have to assume that New England will be aggressive buyers this offseason as they look to rebound after a horrid season. They must first address the QB position, still without a suitable replacement for Brady.

Belichick should have some tricks up his sleeve this offseason, and time will tell if these odds goes up once the smoke clears in the 2021 offseason.

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My Name is a David Barr, I am a social media manager for the site. I was born in Massachusetts in the mid-90’s so I’ve had the pleasure of being a fan of winning teams for much of my life. I’ve been spoiled by greatness all these years but yet I’m a miserable cynic about my favorite teams. I was originally brought on the site as a Celtics writer, and I’ll continue to produce NBA pieces despite my social media responsibilities. So look out for my work on the site, and on our various social media accounts.
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