Super Bowl 54 Opening Lines and Props: Chiefs -1 vs. 49ers

Super Bowl 55 Odds: Chiefs, Ravens Co-Favorites

Super Bowl 54 Opening Lines from Vegas

At halftime of Sunday night’s NFC Championship Game, opening lines for Super Bowl 54 began to trickle out and most oddsmakers had a pretty easy job: The game opened as a pick’em and by Monday morning has settled in at Kansas City -1 at most shops. After both conference championship games went comfortably over the total, it’s no surprise to see a high number for the Super Bowl. The Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook opened at 51.5 but has been bet up to 54 at most locations.

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William Hill Conference Championship Betting Update

William Hill Conference Championship Betting Update

Conference Championship Odds from Vegas

At William Hill’s 100+ sports books in Indiana, Iowa, Nevada, New Jersey, and West Virginia, the San Francisco 49ers are now the +130 favorites to win Super Bowl 54, followed by the Kansas City Chiefs at +140. Out of the four remaining teams, 44-percent of dollars wagered in the futures market are on the Chiefs, with 34-percent of the total ticket count.

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Super Bowl 54 Look-Ahead Lines: KC -1 vs. San Francisco

Super Bowl 55 Odds: Chiefs, Ravens Co-Favorites

Super Bowl 54 Look-Ahead Lines

The Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook has just released their Super Bowl 54 look-ahead lines in advance of this week’s conference championship games. If the matchup that you wager on does not come into fruition, your wager is refunded. The Kansas City Chiefs opened as a one-point favorite over San Francisco (o/u 50.5) and a -4.5 favorite over Green Bay (o/u 52.5). San Francisco opened as a -4 favorite over Tennessee (o/u 44). If we get two upsets in the conference championship round, the Packers have opened as a one-point favorite over the Titans (o/u 43.5).

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Super Bowl 55 Odds: Chiefs Early Favorite for 2021

Super Bowl 55 Odds: Chiefs Early Favorite for 2021

Super Bowl 55 Odds from Vegas

The Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook has just released their first edition of Super Bowl 55 odds, and the Kansas City Chiefs have opened as +700 favorites, followed by Baltimore (+800) and San Francisco (+800). The Chiefs’ 2020 schedule is loaded with entertaining contests, including road games at Buffalo, New Orleans and Baltimore, plus home games against the Patriots, Falcons and Texans. Other notable opening prices include: New England at +1000; Philadelphia at +2000; and Cleveland at +3000. The Las Vegas Raiders have opened at +4000 in their new home.

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William Hill Super Bowl 54 Betting Update

William Hill Super Bowl 54 Betting Update

Current Super Bowl Odds from Vegas

At William Hill’s 100+ sports books in Indiana, Iowa, Nevada, New Jersey, and West Virginia, the Baltimore Ravens are the +180 favorite to lift the trophy in Miami, followed by San Francisco (+300) and Kansas City (+325). Of the teams remaining in the playoffs, the Chiefs have generated the highest ticket count and most dollars wagered in the futures market. A bettor placed a $15,000 wager on the Chiefs at 14-to-1 on November 1. It would return $210,000 if Andy Reid is able to capture his first Super Bowl.

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NFL Week 17 Look-Ahead Lines

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NFL Week 17 Look-Ahead Lines: Pick’em in Seattle

The Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook has just released their NFL Week 17 look-ahead lines, and the battle for the NFC West has opened as a pick’em. San Francisco will travel to Seattle, presumably with a lot on the line: The division title, home field advantage in the playoffs, and a first-round bye. The Seahawks won their first meeting in San Francisco by a score of 27-24 in overtime.

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NFL Week 16 Look-Ahead Lines

NFL Week 16 Look-Ahead Lines

NFL Week 16 Look-Ahead Lines: Eagles vs. Cowboys Pick’Em

The Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook has just released their NFL Week 16 look-ahead lines, and the NFC East battle between the Cowboys and Eagles has opened as a pick’em. Does Carson Wentz have any wide receivers left? Philadelphia entered Monday night’s game against the Giants with three healthy wide receivers (one of which is a converted college quarterback), then lost Alshon Jeffrey in the first half. J.J. Arcega-Whiteside and Greg Ward are the only two healthy receivers on the Eagles roster, and they have combined for less than 20 career receptions.

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NFL Week 15 Look-Ahead Lines

NFL Week 15 Look-Ahead Lines

NFL Week 15 Look-Ahead Lines: Packers -7 vs. Bears

The Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook has just released their NFL Week 15 look-ahead lines, and the Tennessee Titans have opened as a -2.5 home favorite over the Houston Texans in their critical AFC South matchup. Tennessee and Houston will play twice over the final three weeks of the regular season. Heading into Week 14, the Texans hold a one-game lead over the Titans for the top spot in the division.

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