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2020 Super Bowl: Patriot down, Baltimore Playoff Odds, predict to win

Super Bowl LIV 2020: Full NFL Playoff Odds and Bold Predictions.




There will not be a repeat Super Bowl champion in the NFL this season. The reigning champion New England Patriots fell in the wild-card round Saturday by Titans final scores 20-13, ending their shot at becoming the first franchise to repeat titles since they did so in the 2003-04 and 04-05 seasons.

 Five were crowned Super Bowl winners in the previous decade, but none of them were as dominant as the Patriots, who had three titles in the previous 10 seasons.

 The Baltimore Ravens are still favored to win it all, but the odds chart has shifted with the Patriots falling to the sixth-seeded Tennessee Titans.

 The Green Bay Packers are the only top-two seed to have long title odds, while the pair of AFC South winners from Saturday are still buried deep on the chart.




Baltimore, Kansas has chances to win, Super Bowl LIV 2020: NFL Playoff Odds and Bold Predictions.




Super Bowl LIV 2020 Odds




Odds via Caesars.


Baltimore (+200; bet $100 to win $200)

Kansas City (+300)

San Francisco (+325)

New Orleans (+600)

Green Bay (+1,200)

Seattle (+2,200)

Houston (+4,000)

Minnesota (+4,000)

Tennessee (+4,500)

Philadelphia (+5,000)




2020 Super Bowl Bold Predictions





Green Bay Provides Best Value of Long Shots


Despite owning the NFC's No. 2 seed and at least one home game, the Packers contain the fifth-best odds to capture the Lombardi Trophy.

Their 37-8 defeat to the San Francisco 49ers in Week 12 could still be lingering in the minds of odds makers since a possible NFC Championship Game trip to Levi's Stadium is in the cards.

Rodgers is in charge of a balanced offense, as Aaron Jones and Jamaal Williams have provided a solid complement on the ground.

Jones owns 1,074 rushing yards and 16 scores, and he combined with Williams for 78 receptions and eight scores in the passing game.





Houston and Tennessee Are Not Worth Any Super Bowl Money



Houston and Tennessee may have received emotional bets in their favor after their Saturday victories.


The Titans likely were given a bit more wagering trust because they went into Gillette Stadium and dethroned the Patriots.

Kansas City is a much different team than the one Houston beat at Arrowhead Stadium in Week 6, as it has increased its defensive production.

In their last three home games, the Chiefs forced six turnovers and allowed one foe to produce more than 250 passing yards.

The only way Tennessee stands a chance at M&T Bank Stadium is if it keeps Lamar Jackson off the field.

Chubb finished second to Henry in regular-season rushing yards and had a run of three 100-yard games in four contests entering Week 16.

If the Ravens stop the run, Ryan Tannehill likely will not be able to beat them after he produced 72 passing yards Saturday.





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