Here’s who Vegas is picking to win Super Bowl LV in 2021

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The Kansas City Chiefs have been crowned Super Bowl LIV champions, and like the 31 other teams in the NFL, the oddsmakers in Las Vegas are on to 2020 and Super Bowl LV at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa Bay, Fla.

Here’s a look at the early Super Bowl LV odds at the Westgate SuperBook in Vegas.

Odds courtesy of the Westgate SuperBook as of February 3, 2020.

New England Patriots (14/1)

The oddsmakers at the Westgate SuperBook clearly expect Tom Brady to be back in New England in 2020 (so do I, for what it’s worth).

The Pats will need to beef up their roster to be able to keep up with their counterparts in the AFC, but as we’ve learned multiple times, it would be foolish to count out the combination of Brady and Belichick.

New Orleans Saints (10/1)

Drew Brees is considering retirement, but with the roster the Saints have in place, I just don’t see the 41-year-old quarterback hanging up his cleats just yet.

If Brees comes back, the Saints will again be tough to beat.

San Francisco 49ers (8/1)

The 49ers were arguably the most complete team in the NFL in 2019, and all, or almost all, of their core group of players will be back in 2019.

They don’t have a lot of money to work with this offseason, but with a couple of savvy cap moves from GM John Lynch, the Niners will be able to free up enough money to both re-sign their key free agents, and add a couple of proven players in free agency.

Baltimore Ravens (8/1)

2019 NFL MVP Lamar Jackson is the real deal, and the Ravens have built a talented, young roster around him.

With a few key offseason additions, the Ravens will be right back in the thick of it next fall.

Kansas City Chiefs (5/1)

The Chiefs are the current betting favorites to win Super Bowl LV — shocking, right?

With Super Bowl LIV MVP Patrick Mahomes at the helm, the Chiefs are going to be contenders for the next decade. Things will change slightly when Mahomes signs what undoubtedly will be a record-setting contract extension, but for the foreseeable future, you can expect Kansas City to be the preferred free agency destination for talented veterans looking to win a ring before they retire (think Peyton Manning with the Broncos).

Other notables:

  • Dallas Cowboys (14/1)
  • Pittsburgh Steelers (16/1)
  • Green Bay Packers (20/1)
  • Philadelphia Eagles (20/1)
  • Seattle Seahawks (20/1)
  • Los Angeles Rams (25/1)
  • Chicago Bears (25/1)
  • Minnesota Vikings (25/1)

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