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

Do you find yourself feeling a vacant emptiness on Sundays? Are you tired of having to speak to family members and friends on the weekend’s last day rather than sitting on your couch and watching NFL football daily? Well, I’ve got some fantastic news.
The 2019 NFL season is less than a??month??off! The New England Patriots remain supreme, If it has to do with odds on which group will hoist the Lombardi Trophy in Super Bowl 54.
The Patriots are the +700 favorites to move 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 Best 10.
In spite of the reduction of retired celebrity tight end Rob Gronkowski along with an underwhelming receiving corps, it is no real surprise to find the Pats topping this record. Fresh off their sixth championship in the Tom Brady/Bill Belichick era in Super Bowl 53, the Patriots have shown to be the class of the NFL and may not be counted out.
You won’t find much value in their own +700 Super Bowl cost or their -800 Price To Make The Playoffs, but if you think the Patriots can set in place yet another dominant effort, They Are Available At -130 to go OVER their 11-win season complete.
The Browns are the doormat of the league since the second edition of the franchise returned to Northeast Ohio in 1999, but those days look as though they’re in the rear-view mirror. Thanks to a lively second half of this 2018 season that saw Cleveland finish with a 7-8-1 SU document, the Browns was a competitive crowd for the very first time in recent history.
Baker Mayfield resembles a bona fide franchise quarterback after just one year, and general director John Dorsey shifted the team into win-now manner by building a blockbuster trade with the New York Giants that brought megastar wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. to Ohio and??signing up Kareem Hunt to strengthen the running position behind Nick Chubb.
With rookie head trainer Freddie Kitchens in the helm, both the Browns and their lofty +1200 championship price have a lot to prove at 2019.
Which clubs do you think may raise some eyebrows around the gridiron this year and which ones will falter? Have your say in the comments section below.
Here’s a look at the Super Bowl 54 chances for all 32 NFL teams:
Odds at August 7

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