- The Cleveland Browns have +4000 odds to win Super Bowl 56.
- The Browns are one game behind the Baltimore Ravens to win the division.
CLEVELAND – With four weeks left in the regular season, it is time to start considering the Cleveland Browns Super Bowl odds despite them sitting on the outside of the playoffs. The Browns are shaping up for a late-season run and potentially a playoff run.
Super Bowl 56 Odds
- Tampa Bay Buccaneers +450
- Kansas City Chiefs +550
- Green Bay Packers +650
- New England Patriots +650
- Los Angeles Rams +950
- Arizona Cardinals +1000
- Dallas Cowboys +1400
- Buffalo Bills +1600
- Tennessee Titans +2000
- Los Angeles Chargers +2800
- San Francisco 49ers +3000
- Baltimore Ravens +3300
- Indianapolis Colts +3500
- Cleveland Browns +4000
Browns Final Efforts
The Browns are currently sitting with a 7-6 regular-season record and are the first team on the bubble outside of the playoffs. However, their Super Bowl odds should not be counted out just yet as they are capable of giving everything they have in the last few weeks of the season and stealing a playoff spot.
The first thing to note is that with their last win over the Ravens in Week 14, the Browns have moved within one game of the top spot in the division. Also, Baltimore's starting quarterback, Lamar Jackson, suffered a low-ankle sprain that could potentially keep him out in Week 15 against the Green Bay Packers.
Also, the Browns have two more division games this season against the Pittsburgh Steelers and Cincinnati Bengals which is important being that if they were to win those two games, they would hold the tiebreaker over the Ravens and win the division.
Looking ahead to Week 15, the Browns odds are favored at -250 over the Las Vegas Raiders in a must-win scenario to keep their playoff hopes alive. As for the Ravens, they are facing trouble in Week 15 as they have a date with the Packers in which they are facing +180 underdog odds and could be without Jackson as well.
If the Browns could take of business against the rest of the division and take advantage of the potential absence of Jackson, they could not only make the playoffs but make a deep run that could lead to a Super Bowl.
As they are right now, a $100 bet on the Browns to win the Super Bowl would bring in a $4,000 profit.
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Samuel has been writing professionally for 4 years. He comes from a sports writing background where he enjoys writing mostly about basketball and football both professional and collegiate. He is a recent graduate of Florida State University where he majored in Editing, Writing and Media with a minor in Communications. During his free time, you can find him watching or playing sports as well as playing videogames and listening to music.