Betting On The Kansas City Chiefs To Win Super Bowl 2021
Making a bet on the Kansas City Chiefs to win Super Bowl 2021 might possibly be the smartest bet that a Super Bowl bettor could make. The Chiefs have been to three straight AFC Championship games and two straight Super Bowls in which they won one. Although the Chiefs fell short of the Super Bowl last season, they are seen as the favorites to make it back to the game and win in 2021.
As for the Chiefs this season, they still have arguably the most explosive offense in the league behind Patrick Mahomes who is leading the Chiefs dynasty. Let's not forget about arguably the top tight end in the league today in Travis Kelce who is even better than some of the leagues top receivers along with the explosiveness of Tyreek Hill. As long as Patrick Mahomes continues to take the league by storm and lead this Kansas City offense, they should have no problems making it back and winning the Super Bowl against anyone.
Continuing down this page, NFL bettors will find the different odds on the Kansas City Chiefs. They will find the Chiefs odds to win the Super Bowl, their AFC Championship odds and also their future odds on the AFC West division title. There are also different player prop bets for bettors to take a look at as well.
Kansas City Chiefs Playoff History
|1962, 1966, 1968, 1969, 1971, 1986, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1997, 2003, 2006, 2010, 2013, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020|
|1962, 1966, 1971, 1993, 1995, 1997, 2003, 2010, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020|
|Super Bowl Victories||
|1969 (IV), 2020 (LIV)|
|Super Bowl Losses||
|1967 (I), 2021 (LV)|
|Super Bowl Winning Quarterbacks||
|Len Dawson, Patrick Mahomes|
|Super Bowl Winning Coaches||
|Hank Stram, Andy Reid|
|Super Bowl MVPs||
|Len Dawson (IV), Patrick Mahomes (LIV)|
What Are The Odds On The Chiefs To Win The Super Bowl?
Although the Kansas City Chiefs lost Super Bowl 55, they have opened up the Super Bowl 56 odds as the favorites to walk away as the champions yet again. This should not come at any surprise as the Chiefs have made it to the Super Bowl in two straight seasons and certainly have what it takes to make it back and win. As long as their offense can stay focused and explosive as they have been, they should have no problems backing up their favored Super Bowl odds.
What Are The Kansas City Chiefs Odds To Win The AFC Championship?
The Kansas City Chiefs currently have two AFC Championships to their name and both of them have come in the last two seasons. With that being said, it should be no surprise that Super Bowl sportsbooks have their AFC Championship odds heavily favored amongst the rest of the teams in the NFL. Aside from winning the AFC Championship in two straight seasons, they have actually made it to the game in three straight seasons and certainly have what it takes to make it back and win once again.
What Are The Kansas City Chiefs Odds To Win The AFC West?
The Chiefs have had the AFC West on lockdown for the past five seasons as they have won the division title in five straight years. Being that they share the division with three teams who either did not crack a .500 record or just barely did, it is no secret as to why they are heavily favored to walk away with their sixth straight division championship.
Chiefs 2021 Betting Odds
- Super Bowl: +525
- AFC Championship: +275
- AFC West: -350
Past Kansas City Chiefs Betting Results
- Regular Season Record: 14-2
- ATS Record: 8-11
- Over/Under Record: 9-10
Chiefs Betting Odds On The NFL Draft
The Kansas City Chiefs have done a great job at drafting talent that has helped them make it to the Super Bowl. With that said, they will look to keep on adding talent through the draft in the 2021 NFL Draft where they own picks in rounds 1-5 and the seventh round as well.
Can Bettors Bet On The Chiefs In Missouri?
Unfortunately, for those looking to bet on the Kansas City Chiefs in the state of Missouri, there are no land-based betting options as it has not yet been regulated. Without it being regulated, Chiefs' bettors can freely use online sportsbooks such as Bovada to bet on the defending Super Bowl Champions. Bovada is arguably the safest and most reliable online sportsbook that there is out there. In addition to this, they also offer plenty of different NFL odds as well.
For those Chiefs bettors though that want the full sportsbook experience, there are states that border Missouri that offer land-based sports betting. Those states are Iowa and Illinois. Arkansas and Tennessee also offer sports betting but do not have land-based books available just yet but they do have online sports betting apps. Some of the land-based sportsbooks that Chiefs bettors can visit are:
- DraftKings Sportsbook at Wild Rose Clinton Casino
- William Hill Sportsbook at Prairie Meadows
- B Connected Sportsbook at Par-a-Dice Casino
- Hollywood Casino Aurora Sportsbook
2021 Chiefs Player Props
The Kansas City Chiefs dynasty continued into the 2020-2021 season as they finished the regular season with the best record in the league at 14-2. They did so behind the elite play of their superstar offense made up of Patrick Mahomes, Travis Kelce and Tyreek Hill, all of who hit the over marks for their projected season totals. Aside from these players having player props on the season, there will also be Chiefs player props for the Super Bowl as well. Those props might include rushing receiving totals as well as passing yard totals. Also, there are other player props such as who will be the MVP of the game in which Patrick Mahomes is favored ahead of the rest.
Patrick Mahomes is going into Super Bowl 55 with his total for passing yards set at 326.5 yards. Mahomes has hit the Over in four of his last 10 games that he has played and has also hit it against the Buccaneers earlier in the season. The Buccaneers are also a bottom 15 team when it comes to defending the pass as well which backs up the Over.
Tyreek Hill’s total for receiving yards going into the Super Bowl is set at 92.5 yards. Hill has done a great job this season as he has hit the Over seven times this season. Of those seven times, two of them were in his last two games and one of them was against the Buccaneers where he had his best game of the season with 269 yards.
Travis Kelce is undoubtedly the best tight end in the NFL right now and with that said, Super Bowl sportsbooks have his total for receiving yards set at 98.5 ahead of Super Bowl 55. Kelce has hit the Over mark eight times this season and also includes his last two playoff games as well.
The Chiefs rookie running back, Clyde Edwards-Helaire, is entering his first Super Bowl with his rushing total set at just 49.5 yards. He has hit the Over mark six times this season but has a tough road ahead of him being that the Tampa Bay Buccaneers are the number one defense in the league in rushing yards and rushing attempts allowed this season.
Have The Kansas City Chiefs Ever Won The Super Bowl?
The Kansas City Chiefs have won two Super Bowls. Their first one came at Super Bowl IV in 1969 and their second one came in 2020 at Super Bowl LIV where they were victorious against the San Francisco 49ers. During the gap between Super Bowl Championships, they had lost 12 of 14 playoff games and even went on an eight-game losing streak from 1993-2003. What’s impressive about this is that they were able to stay consistently good enough to make the playoffs all those years. Patrick Mahomes has completely revitalized this Chiefs team and will do so in the future ahead.
Kansas City Chiefs Super Bowl Winning Quarterbacks
The Kansas City Chiefs currently have two Super Bowl Championships to their name. Their first one came back in 1970 for Super Bowl 4 when Len Dawson led the Chiefs to a 23-7 victory over the Minnesota Vikings. Dawson threw for 142 passing yards and a touchdown and his 70.59% completion percentage is tenth best in Super Bowl history amongst starting Super Bowl quarterbacks. The other Super Bowl winning quarterbacks is Patrick Mahomes, leading the Chiefs to their second Super Bowl in 2019 (SB 54). Mahomes, on the other hand, will go down in history as the second-youngest quarterback to win the Super Bowl, throwing for 286 yards and two touchdowns in a 31-24 victory over the San Francisco 49ers
Kansas City Chiefs Playoff History
The Kansas City Chiefs became an official NFL team back in the year 1960. Since then they have been able to mark their name in postseason history as they have made the playoffs a total of 23 times. In those 23 playoff appearances, they have seen 12 division championships, two conference titles and two Super Bowl victories.
Chiefs Playoff Appearances
The Chiefs wasted no time in making the playoffs as their first playoff run came just two years after their inaugural season in 1962 under coach Hank Stram. Stram led the Chiefs to a total of five playoffs during his time with the Chiefs with their last run coming in 1971. Their next playoff appearance came 15 years later in 1986 under John Mackovic. The Marty Schottenheimer era in Kansas City began in 1989 and took off as he led them to seven playoff appearances with their first one coming in 1990 and their last one being in 1997. They saw their next playoff appearance in 2003 under Dick Vermeil and again in 2006 with Herm Edwards. Todd Haley led them to one more in 2010 until Andy Reid took over and took them to seven more.
Chiefs Division Championships
The Chiefs have been able to capitalize on 13 of their 23 playoff appearances turning them into division championships. The Chiefs first coach, Hank Stram, led them to three division titles with their first one coming in 1962, again in 1966 and the final in 1971. Marty Schottenheimer led them to two more in 1995 and 1997 and Dick Vermeil added one more in 2003 and Todd Haley again in 2010, and again in 2020. Their current coach, Andy Reid, has led them to six division championships and counting.
Chiefs Conference Championships
Surprisingly enough, the Kansas City Chiefs have won just three conference championships. Their first one came back in 1970 under Coach Stram as they defeated the Oakland Raiders. Their second came in 2019 with coach Andy Reid as they went on to defeat the Tennessee Titans. Their final and most recent AFC Championship run came in the 2020 season where they took down the Buffalo Bills with Andy Reid at the helm once again.
Chiefs Super Bowl Victories
The Kansas City Chiefs have seen two Super Bowl victories added to their resume. Their first one came in 1970 for Super Bowl IV and their second and most recent Super Bowl came in 2020 for Super Bowl LIV.
Starting with Super Bowl IV, the Kansas City Chiefs took on the Minnesota Vikings and defeated them with a final score of 23-7. The Chiefs went into the game seen as 12-point underdogs and pulled off a great upset as they covered the spread in winning fashion. The Super Bowl MVP honors went to Len Dawson as he threw for 142 yards and a touchdown.
The Chiefs most recent Super Bowl run came in 2019 where they took down the San Francisco 49ers with a final score of 31-20. The Chiefs had no problem covering the spread as they were favored by just 1.5-points and won by 11 points. Patrick Mahomes was more than deserving of the Super Bowl MVP as he threw the ball for 286 yards and two touchdowns and rushed for 29 yards and a touchdown as well.