We are officially down to the final four teams remaining in the NFL. A trip to Super Bowl LVI in Inglewood, California at Sofi Stadium will be on the line. People have been placing these bets all year long and some people are just joining the party on this. What are the updated Super Bowl LVI odds, according to BETUS?
Kansas City Chiefs +125
It is not a surprise that they are the favorites to win it all. The trio of Travis Kelce, Tyreek Hill, and Patrick Mahomes offensively has been as good as anyone in the NFL. Kansas City has scored over 40 points in the last two weeks. It looks as if they are not slowing down any time soon. The defense really doesn’t need to do much if the offense keeps playing like this.
Los Angeles Rams +200
Could they win the Super Bowl in their own stadium? If it does happen, it would be the second consecutive year it occurred. Matthew Stafford to Cooper Kupp has been the old reliable connection. They kind of feel destined to win it all this year and I don’t know why. Aaron Donald has been good and the addition of Von Miller has been really good. Odell Beckham Jr. has played extremely well since being released from the Cleveland Browns.
San Francisco 49ers +400
Jimmy Garoppolo might be by far the worst quarterback left in these playoffs, but they have a top 10 offense and defense. San Francisco has taken down Los Angeles six times in a row and can they make it seven in a row and three times this year? That is really hard to do. The 49ers may be down in a football game, but they are never out of it. They were just in the Super Bowl two years ago and on the verge of knocking on that door again.
Cincinnati Bengals +900
People who are placing bets on the Cincinnati Bengals to win it all must be feeling pretty good about themselves. They have enough talent on defense to make key stops in various situations. The Joe Burrow to Ja’Marr Chase connection is on point and that has been going back to the LSU days. They don’t want to be known as a Cinderella story with an elite offensive skillset, but the offensive line remains a major question.
-Glenn Kaplan, 12oz Sports Contributor, Live Monday’s at 3 p.m. ET & Thursday at 11 a.m. ET on 12oz Sports
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