- There are +550 odds on the Kansas City Chiefs playing the Green Bay Packers in the Super Bowl.
- The Kansas City Chiefs have +1000 odds to play the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in the Super Bowl.
- There are +1600 odds on the Chiefs playing the Dallas Cowboys.
- The Los Angeles Rams have +1800 odds to play the Chiefs in Super Bowl 56.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. – The NFL playoffs are just beginning and different Super Bowl 56 prop bets have been posted. One SBLVI prop bet to keep in mind are the odds on the exact Super Bowl matchup.
Looking at where Super Bowl betting sites have the odds, the Kansas City Chiefs own four of the top six shortest odds to face off against an NFC team in the Super Bowl.
Super Bowl 56 Exact Matchup Odds
- Green Bay Packers V Kansas City Chiefs +550
- Green Bay Packers V Tennessee Titans +1000
- Green Bay Packers V Buffalo Bills +1000
- Tampa Bay Buccaneers V Kansas City Chiefs +1000
- Dallas Cowboys V Kansas City Chiefs +1600
- Los Angeles Rams V Kansas City Chiefs +1800
The Kansas City Chiefs are heavily favored to be one of the Super Bowl teams this season being that they are the hottest team in the league right now. Since Week 6, they have gone a strong 10-2.
They are also a top-5 offense in the league having put up 28.2 points per game this season. Something else that sets them aside from the rest of the teams in the AFC is their recent playoff experience as they have made the conference championship game three years straight and have been to the Super Bowl twice in that span.
Chiefs Vs. Green Bay Packers
The Chiefs potential matchup with the Green Bay Packers is heavily favored considering that the Packers are not only the favorites to win the NFC Championship but also the Super Bowl overall. The Packers own the best record in the league at 13-4 and have secured home-field advantage and a bye in the first round.
With the Packers being undefeated at home this season, it is hard seeing any other team taking them down in Lambeau Field.
Chiefs Vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Although the Tampa Bay Buccaneers odds are the second shortest of all the NFC teams, they could see some struggles due to the injuries they are facing. They are entering the playoffs without two of their top-three receivers in Chris Godwin and Antonio Brown and could be without Leonard Fournette as well who is nearing his return from injured reserve.
With them being shorthanded, they could see some struggles against the rest of the NFC teams despite being the defending champions. While their odds offer a nice payout, a profit can be made somewhere else on the odds board.
Chiefs Vs. Dallas Cowboys
The Dallas Cowboys have been one of the biggest surprises this season as they are the number one offense in the league averaging 31.2 ppg and a top-10 defense with just 21.1 points allowed each week. Some might even be able to argue that the Cowboys have enough talent on both sides of the ball to match up with just about any team.
Ezekiel Elliot finished with the seventh-most rushing yards (1,002), Ceedee Lamb finished in the top-20 in receiving yards, Trevon Diggs led the league in interceptions (11), and Michah Parsons was top-10 in sacks (13).
Chiefs Vs. Los Angeles Rams
The LA Rams have been one of the more impressive teams this season. Cooper Kupp surprised the NFL as he is going into the playoffs leading the league in receptions (145), receiving yards (1,947), and touchdowns (16). They are also returning their preseason starting running back in Cam Akers who missed the regular season with an Achilles injury.
Where the Rams have struggled this season has surprisingly been on defense. They went from allowing the least amount of points last season (18.5) to letting up 21.9 points. If the Rams could pick up the slack in defense from the regular season, they could very well represent the NFC against the Chiefs in the Super Bowl.
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