Why Your Team Will Win Super Bowl 54

Why Your Team Will Win Super Bowl 54

Two top favorites to win the Super Bowl are gone making it a perfect time to check in on the latest Super Bowl 54 odds.

Why Your Team Will Win Super Bowl 54

Everyone expected the Saints and Patriots to play in the divisional playoff round and beyond; however the Ryan Tannehill led Titans beat Tom Brady at Foxboro, and Kirk “can’t win big games” Cousins beats Drew Brees in New Orleans in OT.

Super Bowl LIV Odds After The Wildcard Round

  • Baltimore Ravens +190
  • Kansas City Chiefs +325
  • San Francisco 49ers +350
  • Green Bay Packers +875
  • Seattle Seahawks +1200
  • Minnesota Vikings +1300
  • Tennessee Titans +1500
  • Houston Texans +3300

Baltimore Ravens +190

Making a case for Baltimore winning Super Bowl 54 isn’t very hard at all. The Ravens have an unstoppable dual-threat quarterback that no one has been able to contain this season. In addition to leading the league in scoring (33.2 ppg), Baltimore also has an elite defense that has routinely shut down the opposition by allowing just 17.6 points per contest to rank third in points allowed, not to mention the fact that they’ve won an impressive 10 straight games.  

Kansas City Chiefs +325

The Chiefs have the reigning MVP leading an explosive offense that put up 28.1 points per game to rank fifth in scoring. More importantly, the Chiefs are playing outstanding football on the defensive side of the ball in not allowing more than 21 points in each of their last six games. If Kansas City’s defense shows up, the Chiefs could dispatch Baltimore – and anyone else – to help Andy Reid get his first Super Bowl title. 

San Francisco 49ers +350

The Niners are ranked a stellar second in scoring (29.9 ppg) and an equally impressive eighth in points allowed (19.4 ppg). Frisco has also won a bunch of games this season against their Super Bowl-hopeful conference counterparts like Seattle, New Orleans and Green Bay while losing to Baltimore by a field goal and that means Jimmy G and company are seriously battle-tested and capable of beating anyone. 

Green Bay Packers +875

Sure, Aaron Rodgers has been mediocre at best this season and the Packers finished a modest 15th in scoring (23.5 ppg). Still, Green Bay was very good on the other side of the ball in finishing ninth in points allowed (19.6 ppg). Despite his struggles and the lack of weapons at the skill position, Aaron Rodgers usually elevates his game in the postseason and that means the Packers could potentially run the table. 

Seattle Seahawks +1200

The Seahawks used to get it done on defense in their Legion of Boom heyday, but now they have an offense that ranks ninth in scoring (25.3 ppg) and a superstar quarterback in Russell Wilson that is as good as it gets at the position. Seattle has plenty of experience and a Super Bowl-winning head coach, not to mention the fact that the Seahawks have gone 8-1 on the road this season. 

Minnesota Vikings +1300

Despite being seeded fifth in the NFC playoffs, the Vikings upset New Orleans and now, they could clearly win Super Bowl 54 for two great reasons. Minnesota’s defense is as good as anyone’s and Kirk Cousins looked absolutely fantastic in the game’s most important moments against the Saints. If Cousins puts up any more performances like he did in the wild card round, the Vikings will be extremely difficult for anyone to dispatch.   

Tennessee Titans +1500

The Titans have a superstar running back in Derrick Henry that led the league in rushing and almost single-handedly dispatched New England in the wild card round. Tennessee’s powerful rushing attack (third), combined with some newfound confidence following their huge wild card win over New England, means another upset – or three – could actually happen for Ryan Tannehill and company. 

Houston Texans +3300

Houston has an elite superstar quarterback in Deshaun Watson and arguably the best wide receiver in the game today in DeAndre Hopkins. Tennessee’s defense got a huge boost from the return of former Defensive Player of the Year J.J. Watt and Houston has a widely-respected head coach in Bill O’Brien.