- The Kansas City Chiefs have +50000 odds to have the worst regular-season record
- Sportsbooks have taken multiple bets with five-digit payouts on the bet.
- The Chiefs are favored to have the best record and win the Super Bowl.
KANSAS CITY – Betting the long odds is an enticing idea when seeing the potential payday. However, the line must be drawn somewhere. That line may just be betting on the Kansas City Chiefs to be the worst team in the NFL.
Even those who don’t pay attention to the NFL probably know enough to say Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs are not the worst team in the NFL.
However, this hasn’t stopped bettors from wagering on legal sports betting sites on the team to have the worst record in the league.
At least a few people have bet on the Chiefs to have the worst record which leaves the sportsbooks liabilities of up to $50,000. Not only do the Chiefs have the longest odds to do so, but are by far the longest shot on the board.
Longshot Odds For Worst NFL Record
- Kansas City Chiefs +50000
- Tampa Bay Buccaneers +25000
- Buffalo Bills +25000
- Baltimore Ravens +25000
- San Fransisco 49ers +15000
- Los Angeles Rams +15000
Could It Actually Happen?
The NFL betting sites have the Chiefs at these odds for a reason, it’s near impossible for it to happen.
Mahomes would need to miss nearly the entire season and even that may not be enough. The only conceivable idea that could cause an Andy Reid-led team to have a worse record than the Houston Texans is the entire team getting COVID and being forced to forfeit games.
Those looking to lock in the big bet should do so elsewhere. Don’t let the sports betting sites take the money for free. In fact, make a 20-leg parlay before betting on Kansas City to have the worst record in the league.
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Nick is a sports writer and die-hard sports fan. He graduated from Penn State University with a degree in Broadcast/Journalism. In his free time, he enjoys kicking back and relaxing with a good video game.