- The Buffalo Bills are the (+500) Super Bowl 56 favorites after Week 8.
- The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have (+600) odds as the second betting option.
- The Los Angeles Rams are (+650) and round out the top three favorites.
LOS ANGELES – The Buffalo Bills have broken their tie with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers as the Super Bowl 56 betting favorites.
Super Bowl 56 Winner
- Buffalo Bills +500
- Tampa Bay Buccaneers +600
- Los Angeles Rams +650
- Green Bay Packers +850
- Dallas Cowboys +950
- Arizona Cardinals +1000
- Baltimore Ravens +1200
- Kansas City Chiefs +1200
- Tennessee Titans +2000
- Los Angeles Chargers +2500
- New Orleans Saints +3000
- Las Vegas Raiders +3500
- Cleveland Browns +4000
- Cincinnati Bengals +4500
- New England Patriots +5000
- Pittsburgh Steelers +5000
Buffalo Bills Now Favored To Win Super Bowl 56
The Buffalo Bills (+500) have taken over the role as outright favorites to win Super Bowl 56 on legal betting sites. Prior to Week 8, the Bills were tied with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers with the shortest odds, but after Tampa Bay’s loss, they fell a bit on the odds board.
The Bills have the top-scoring offense in the NFL with 32.7 points per game and also have the No. 1 scoring defense in the league with 15.6 points allowed per game.
Four teams have made it to the Super Bowl with the top-scoring unit on both sides of the ball and those teams have gone 3-1.
Now The Time To Bet On Brady?
Those betting on the NFL may have been waiting for the Buccaneers to slip up so their odds could get more rewarding. Well, it happened. The Bucs lost to the Trevor Siemian-led New Orleans Saints last week and saw their odds drop to (+600).
Tampa Bay has the fifth-easiest remaining strength of schedule so it’s unlikely that their odds will get much longer than they are at this moment. Anyone looking to bet on the Buccaneers should probably do so sooner rather than later.
Los Angeles Rams As The Third Option
Not only are the Los Angeles Rams playing well, but they’re assembling a super team. Their defense now has Aaron Donald, Von Miller and Jalen Ramsey while the offense has the Matthew Stafford and Cooper Kupp duo that seems unstoppable.
They’re tied atop the NFC West standings with the Arizona Cardinals and it’s fair to say that they’ll be no team better suited for a championship run than the winner of that division. Plus, they may get the added benefit the Buccaneers had last year with the Super Bowl being held in their home city.
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