- The Los Angeles Chargers have +3000 odds to win the Super Bowl.
- The Chargers have +1700 odds to win the AFC Championship.
- The Chargers' odds to win the AFC West are +500.
LOS ANGELES – The Los Angeles Chargers have been shaping out to be one of the more explosive offenses in the league in 2021 and their +3000 Super Bowl odds speak for themselves.
In 2020 the Chargers capped off the season with a 7-9 record, however, they did see Justin Herbert claim Rookie of the Year honors.
The Chargers' offense is expected to thrive in 2021 being that they finished in the top-ten in total yards in 2020 with 6,113 yards and now have gained some great experience.
LA Chargers Free Agency/Draft Transactions
While the Chargers did not make many moves in the offseason, they did use this period to add to areas of their team that needed depth such as their offensive line and some areas of their defense as well.
Chargers Offseason Acquisitions
- Jared Cook, TE
- Ryan Smith, DB
- Davin Bellamy, DL
- Christian Covington, DL
- Matt Feiler, OT
- Kyler Fackrell, DL
- Rashawn Slater, OT
- Asante Samuel Jr., DB
- Josh Palmer, WR
- Tre’ McKitty, TE
One of the Chargers' main issues that they were focusing on in the offseason was their offensive line. They added some great depth in the draft with Rashawn Slater and also added a veteran in Matt Feiler.
Chargers Line Movement
The LA Chargers did see their Super Bowl odds shift after the free agency period in the draft after they opened up at +3800 and moved down to +3000.; however, there was no odds movement on their odds to win the AFC Championship - sitting at +1600.
The Chargers odds to win the AFC West will always be long due to the fact they share it with the Kansas City Chiefs. However, sportsbooks increased the odds in the right direction (+425 to +500) for those looking for a bigger payout.
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