Updated Bills Super Bowl LVI odds post-Buccaneers win

Nick Wojton
·2 min read

The entirety of the 2020 NFL season came to an end with Super Bowl LV on Sunday. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers topped the Kansas City Chiefs to take home the title.

For the purposes of the Bills, their season ended a few weeks ago and when it did, they had some of the best odds to win the championship game which is now officially the next one up: Super Bowl LVI.

Following their AFC Championship loss to Kansas City, the Bills’ odds at winning the whole thing in 2022 were at +1200. According to BetMGM, things for the Bills have not changed, but around Buffalo, they have.

Evidently winning it all does that.

Previously the Bills actually had the same odds as the Bucs to win next year’s Super Bowl 56. Now that’s changed. Following their Super Bowl 55 victory, the Bucs moved up to +1000.

That moved Tampa into sole possession of the third-best odds instead of being in a tie with the Bills and Baltimore Ravens for that honor. Replacing the Bucs in that tie with the Bills and Ravens is the Los Angeles Rams, who jump up after acquiring QB Matthew Stafford via trade in recent weeks.

Here’s a full rundown of how the current odds for who will win Super Bowl LVI sit:

Kansas City Chiefs: +600

Green Bay Packers: +900

Tampa Bay Buccaneers: +1000

Buffalo Bills: +1200

Baltimore Ravens: +1200

Los Angeles Rams: +1200

San Francisco 49ers: +1600

New Orleans Saints: +1800

Seattle Seahawks: +2200

Cleveland Browns: +2500

Dallas Cowboys: +2500

Indianapolis Colts: +2500

Miami Dolphins: +2500

Tennessee Titans: +2500

Los Angeles Chargers: +3000

New England Patriots: +3000

Pittsburgh Steelers: +3000

Minnesota Vikings: +4000

Arizona Cardinals: +4000

Carolina Panthers: +5000

Chicago Bears: +5000

Las Vegas Raiders: +5000

Philadelphia Eagles: +5000

Atlanta Falcons: +6600

Denver Broncos: +6600

New York Giants: +6600

Washington Football Team: +6600

Cincinnati Bengals: +8000

Detroit Lions: +8000

Houston Texans: +8000

New York Jets: +8000

Jacksonville Jaguars: +10000

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