- The Kansas City Chiefs and head coach Andy Reid have agreed to a deal that keeps him with the team until 2025.
- The Kansas City Chiefs have the shortest odds to win Super Bowl 55 with +650 odds.
- The Chiefs have the shortest odds to record the most overall wins this season at +475.
KANSAS CITY – The Kansas City Chiefs front office has had a busy offseason coming off defeating the San Francisco 49ers in Super Bowl 54.
The Chiefs have committed to keeping their core intact by resigning quarterback Patrick Mahomes, tight end Travis Kelce, and defensive lineman Chris Jones to multi-year extensions all in one offseason.
Keeping that trend going, the Chiefs have reached agreements with both their head coach Andy Reid and general manager Brett Veach to remain with the team.
— NFL (@NFL) August 31, 2020
Both Reid and Veach are now locked into being with the team through the 2025 season. The six-year deals for both the GM and head coach are well deserved as the Chiefs have won four AFC West division titles and have made two trips to the AFC Championship game under their leadership.
Reid has long been considered one of the best head coaches in the NFL and now will be paid like it.
Andy Reid's new extension with the Chiefs will make him one of the league's highest-paid coaches, a source tells me, confirming @TomPelissero's report.
Source also confirms Reid and Brett Veach will be under contract through 2025.
Big deal for K.C. in its dynasty effort.
— Terez A. Paylor (@TerezPaylor) September 1, 2020
Quarterback Patrick Mahomes who became the highest-paid athlete in sports history this offseason by signing a 10-year $503 million deal voiced his support of Kansas City’s latest move.
Well deserved! 👍🏽 https://t.co/ruqujJsV9b
— Patrick Mahomes II (@PatrickMahomes) August 31, 2020
The Chiefs championship window is wide open and keeping Reid long term means Kansas City should be one of the most bet on teams in all of the NFL.
Kansas City is tied with the Baltimore Ravens for the shortest odds to win Super Bowl LV at +650.
Although, the +650 odds are a good value to take the Chiefs at there are other betting props to take action on the defending Super Champions before the NFL regular season begins at BetOnline.
Kansas City Chiefs Betting Props
Most Overall Wins in NFL:
- Kansas City Chiefs +475
- Baltimore Ravens +500
- New Orleans Saints +800
Winner: Kansas City Chiefs (+475). The Kansas City Chiefs are one of the most complete teams in the NFL as they have superstar talent on both the offensive and defensive sides of the ball.
Taking their +475 odds to finish the season with the most wins is one of the best bets for this prop. Just last season the Chiefs finished with a 12-4 record and that was with Patrick Mahomes missing two games due to injury.
The AFC West being one of the weaker divisions in the NFL also helps in picking the Chiefs over a team like the Baltimore Ravens who will have much more competition in their division.
Highest Scoring Team NFL Regular Season 2020:
- Kansas City Chiefs +500
- Baltimore Ravens +650
- San Francisco 49ers +800
Winner: Kansas City Chiefs (+500). The Chiefs offense has shown time and time again that it can put points up on the board. Led by Patrick Mahomes this offense will be among the top 3 scoring offenses in the NFL.
With playmakers like Tyreek Hill, Travis Kelce, and now running back Clyde Edwards-Helaire on the roster, the ingredients are there for one of the most potent offenses in the NFL.
The +500 odds on the Chiefs for this betting prop should be taken before the season starts. A season ago the Chiefs finished fifth in the league in points per game averaging 28.2.
Expect them to exceed that total this year and eclipse the 30 ppg mark with Mahomes playing a full 16 games.
The Chiefs' journey to defending their Super Bowl title begins with a Week 1 matchup against the Houston Texans.
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Robert has been writing for BettingSuperBowl since 2019. When he isn’t dreaming of a Cowboys Super Bowl victory, he can be found wherever sports are being watched.