Kansas City Chiefs are new Super Bowl favorite

Kansas City Chiefs are new Super Bowl favorite

The Kansas City Chiefs are looking to make their third-consecutive Super Bowl and are the new overall favorite at the Americas Cardroom sportsbook.

The Chiefs were the co-favorite with Green Bay before last week. And while both teams won and are in control of the No. 1 seed in their conference, it is now Kansas City (+370) who is the favorite.

A big reason for this is Green Bay has three major competitors in the NFC (Tampa Bay, Dallas and the L.A. Rams). Tampa Bay (in particular) is the boogeyman after winning in Green Bay last year on the way to becoming Super Bowl champ.

Kansas City, on the other hand, clearly looks like the class of the AFC with their current 8-game winning streak. Buffalo (+876) is second in the odds among AFC teams and does look like it will win the AFC East after defeating New England last week. However, the Bills need to prove they can play much more consistently before they are in the Chiefs’ class.

Take a look at all the Super Bowl favorites below, with the odds from last week in parenthesis. To see all the NFL odds, just click on ‘sports’ in the poker client.

Super Bowl Odds favorites

1. Kansas City Chiefs +370 (+440)
2. Green Bay Packers +410 (+440)
3. Tampa Bay Buccaneers +615 (+565)
4. Los Angeles Rams +856 (+1000)
5. Buffalo Bills +876 (+1150)
6. Dallas Cowboys +900 (+1150)
7. New England Patriots +1627 (+1000)
8. Indianapolis Colts +1627 (+1900)
9. Tennessee Titans +1900 (+2450)
10. Cincinnati Bengals +2005 (+3650)
11. Arizona Cardinals +2450 (+1365)
12. San Francisco 49ers +3500 (+2400)
13. Los Angeles Chargers +5300 (+2550)

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