The odds to win the 2020 Super Bowl have shifted a bit as four teams have now been eliminated from the postseason.
NFL upset city
The Wild-Card playoffs lived up to their name this past weekend as the road teams were ready for action – and upsets!
Moving on to the divisional round are the Houston Texans, Tennessee Titans, Minnesota Vikings, and Seattle Seahawks. Yes, that means the favored New England Patriots and New Orleans Saints were one and done in the playoffs.
While a few NFL experts believed the Titans could pull off the upset against the Patriots, not many predicted the Minnesota Vikings would defeat the New Orleans Saints.
Minnesota played a great game, especially on defense, as they shut down the Saints high powered offense. Now the Vikings will once again have to be road warriors as they will travel to San Francisco to take on the No. 1 seeded 49ers.
In the Eagles – Seahawks game, Philadelphia lost quarterback Carson Wentz early to a concussion and never recovered. Even though the offense was at a minimum for both sides, the Seahawks pulled off the tight 17-9 road win.
Now Seattle will travel to Lambeau Field to face the Green Bay Packers.
Next week the rubber hits the road! Several Super Bowl favorites have fallen by the wayside, and NFL history could be made in the divisional round.
If the Vikings and Seahawks win, it would be the first time that a No. 5 seed played a No. 6 seed for a trip to the Super Bowl. Hey, you never know! Unlike MLB, NBA and the NHL, which is a best of 5 or 7 series, football is one and done in the postseason.
Baltimore Ravens +220
Kansas City Chiefs +375
San Francisco 49ers +400
Green Bay Packers +1000
Seattle Seahawks +2000
Houston Texans +3000
Minnesota Vikings +3000
Tennessee Titans +3500
— Sports Odds Daily (@Sportsoddsdaily) January 6, 2020
While the Ravens remain the heavy favorite, right now, the Titans, Seahawks, and Vikings are playing well. Are more upsets on the way?
Here is a look at the latest odds to win the 2020 Super Bowl.
- Baltimore Ravens +220
- Kansas City Chiefs +375
- San Francisco 49ers +400
- New Orleans Saints +600
- Green Bay Packers +1000
- New England Patriots +1000
- Philadelphia Eagles +2800
- Seattle Seahawks +2000
- Houston Texans +3000
- Minnesota Vikings +3000
- Tennessee Titans +3500
- Buffalo Bills +5000
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