Only four teams have better odds to win Super Bowl 54 than the Cleveland Browns.
Read that sentence again, once to yourself and once out loud.
Yes the perennial doormat Browns finally made some progress in 2018 and are expected to make much more in 2019 after trading for New York Giants WR Odell Beckham Jr. The team that was 0-16 two years ago is now 14-1, according to online sportsbooks monitored by BetOnSuperBowl.com.
What are the Browns Super Bowl 54 odds?
They are tied currently in fifth place with the Chicago Bears, just ahead of the Philadelphia Eagles, Indianapolis Colts and LA Chargers at 16-1. The KC Chiefs inched to the top of the Super Bowl 54 odds heap at +750, while the New England Patriots (on the heels of free agency losses and this weekend’s retirement announcement by Rob Gronkowski, are tied for second with the New Orleans Saints at 8-1.
Last year’s Super Bowl loser is fourth at 10-1, as the LA Rams look to repeat as NFC champions in 2019.
Jets don’t climb much with Bell trade
Grabbing running back Le’Veon Bell hasn’t swayed the opinion odds makers hold of the New York Jets. Many years of losing and poor drafting have saddled the Jets with an underdog label that is difficult to shed, even after snagging the Steelers star back. They remain at 50-1 odds.
The Steelers are half those odds at 25-1, despite losing Bell and WR Antonio Brown to the Oakland Raiders. The Raiders were sitting at 40-1, same as the Baltimore Ravens and Carolina Panthers.
There is some value on the board at BetOnline.ag, as the San Francisco 49ers are 25-1. Many believe their moves and the return of Jimmy Garoppolo from injury will vault the Niners towards the top of the NFC. The Houston Texans are also 25-1 and an interesting Super Bowl 54 longshot bet.
Check out the latest updates on Super Bowl 54 future odds here at BetOnSuperBowl.com, where we update the list whenever there is a major or minor move.