Betting On The Kansas City Chiefs To Win Super Bowl 2021
The Kansas City Chiefs have won their first AFC Championship and second Super Bowl in the 2020 season. Look ahead to the 2021 season, betting on the Chiefs to Win Super Bowl 55 looks to be just as solid as they are looking to repeat as Super Bowl Champions. Their recent success as of late has come at the hands of none other than Patrick Mahomes and the highly elite Kansas City offense.
The Chiefs have had a pretty quiet free agency and rightfully so. They are taking the phrase “if it’s not broke, then don’t fix it” pretty literal and rightfully so. As you keep scrolling down you’ll find their chances of making it to the Super Bowl, and the Chiefs’ AFC Championship odds as well. With many ways to bet on the Chiefs, be sure to focus on the available Chiefs betting line that can win you the most money.
Kansas City Chiefs And COVID-19
Just one player from the defending Super Bowl Champions has decided to sit out of the 2020 season and that is offensive lineman Laurent Duvernay. The Chiefs currently only have one player listed on their Injured Reserve/COVID-19 list and that is backup quarterback, Jordan Ta’amu. The defending champions have been allowing 22 percent of their fans to attend their games but have been prioritizing season ticket holders first and then allowing other fans to attend 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|
|1962, 1966, 1971, 1993, 1995, 1997, 2003, 2010, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019|
|Super Bowl Victories||
|1969 (IV), 2020 (LIV)|
|Super Bowl Losses||
|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)|
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.
Past Kansas City Chiefs Betting Results
The Chiefs are coming off of their Week 10 bye week after defeating the Carolina Panthers in Week 9. They have a Week 11 matchup with the Las Vegas Raiders where they are going into the game seen as 6.5-point favorites. The Chiefs have been one of the better teams against the spread this season as they have gone 6-3 with an average margin of +2.7-points. In the Chiefs' last five games against a team with a winning record, the Under has gone 5-0. In their last eight meetings with the Raiders, the home team has gone 6-2 against the spread.
What Are The Odds On The Chiefs To Win The Super Bowl?
The Kansas City Chiefs are rightfully at the top of the Super Bowl odds board with +325 odds. They should not be below any other team as they are the defending champions and have managed to keep the entirety of their team in place. Patrick Mahomes is looking to lead his team once again to raise the Lombardi Trophy and the way they have been playing lately, they could be looking at a second straight Lombardi Trophy.
Will The Kansas City Chiefs Win The Super Bowl?
With their current Super Bowl odds being the highest in the league, it is more than likely that they could repeat as Super Bowl Champions. The fact that they were able to keep their whole team together just goes to show how highly these players think of themselves which they should. Coming off of a comeback Super Bowl win will have the Chiefs carry that momentum into the 2020-21 season. Their only real threat in the AFC right now would be the Baltimore Ravens. Other than that, it will be a smooth sailing season for them.
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.
What Are The Kansas City Chiefs Odds To Win The AFC Championship?
With no surprises here, the Chiefs are at the top of the AFC Championship odds board at +160 which leads all AFC teams and rightfully so after winning Super Bowl LIV. They are sure to make it back to the AFC Championship game as they were able to keep their team intact throughout the offseason and they are looking stronger than ever. As one of the easier bets to hedge, the Chiefs winning the AFC should boil down to a few games in January.
What Are The Kansas City Chiefs Odds To Win The AFC West?
As expected, the Kansas City Chiefs are the super heavy favorites to win the AFC West as they have -4500 odds in a relatively weak division. Their toughest match here would be the Las Vegas Raiders who are sitting far behind them in second place at +750. Oddsmakers have them as a shoo-in to take home the division title and it should not be any other way.
Chiefs Betting Odds On The NFL Draft
Bettors expect the Chiefs to make huge moves that will keep them in contention for a title and placing bets on draft moves could be a bonus in their pockets. To place a bet on what Chiefs do during the draft will have to be done on online betting sites. Online betting sites will be the only place where you can access betting odds to the NFL draft so create your account if you don’t have one. Just one move can keep Andy Reid and the rest of his group in the dynasty conversation.
Betting The Chiefs Projected Win Total
Ending your season winning the Super Bowl is the ending goal for all team and the Kansas City Chiefs were able to do that this past year. This Chiefs team finished the regular season with a 12-4 record dealing with many injuries. Odds at online betting sites are saying the Chiefs will win 12 games again. With the money coming on both sides of the line, it will be a tough bet to monitor. So many expectations going into next year and it is believed that this young Chiefs team can live up to them once again.
2020 Chiefs Player Props
There is no doubt that a new dynasty is upon the NFL and it is going to be all Kansas City Chiefs in the upcoming season as they look to repeat as Super Bowl Champions. They have all the pieces to make that happen as they are led by Patrick Mahomes who just received the largest contract in NFL history, Tyreek Hill and Travis Kelce.
Patrick Mahomes was his usual self since having his breakout season in 2018. He was able to put up MVP like numbers as he threw for 4,031 yards and 26 touchdowns which are both top ten in the league. NFL sportsbooks have set high standards for Mahomes as his yards total is at 4699.5 with both sides of the line even and 36.5 touchdowns with the over favored.
Travis Kelce has once again proven to be one the league’s elite tight ends. He finished the 2019 season having gone for 1,229 yards and five touchdowns on 97 receptions. Online sportsbooks have Kelces season totals nothing short of stardom as his receiving yards are projected at 1120.5 and his receptions are at 93.5. Both of these lines are even. Also, his touchdown total is set at 7.5 with the over favored.
Hill, unfortunately, had an injury-riddled season but, when he is on the field, he is clearly the number one option. In 12 games this past season, Hill put up 860 yards and seven touchdowns on 58 receptions. NFL betting sites have the bar set high here for Hill with his season totals at 1170.5 yards with the over favored, 9.5 touchdowns with the under favored and 76.5 receptions at even.
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 22 times. In those 22 playoff appearances they have seen 12 division championships, one conference titles and one Super Bowl Victory.
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 six more.
Chiefs Division Championships
The Chiefs have been able to capitalize on 12 of their 22 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. Their current coach, Andy Reid, has led them to five division championships and counting.
Chiefs Conference Championships
Surprisingly enough, the Kansas City Chiefs have won just two conference championships. Their first one came back in 1970 under Coach Stram as they defeated the Oakland Raiders. Their second and most recent conference championship came in 2019 with coach Andy Reid as they went on to defeat the Tennessee Titans.
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.