- Minnesota Vikings betting has been rather unsuccessful for US bettors who have placed wagers on the team to win the Super Bowl. While the team has won four NFC Championships, they have never been lucky enough to lift the Vince Lombardi Trophy. They have had a couple of good seasons in recent years, winning the division in 2015 and 2017, so fans and bettors are hopeful that a big win will come sometime soon.
- Jan 08, 2020 Odds: 40-1 The Houston Texans have the worst Super Bowl odds, and that shouldn't come as a shock. Houston did win the AFC South and survive Wild Card Weekend, but this is a flawed team that could.
Yes, the dust and confetti has just settled on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ Super Bowl 55 victory, yet another incredible feat for Tom Brady.
Dec 31, 2019 To win Super Bowl 54: +3300. The Vikings have the worst odds to come out of the NFC and make the Super Bowl. This isn’t all that surprising considering how stacked the conference is. The two teams closest to them in odds are the Philadelphia Eagles and Seattle Seahawks, two teams that have won it all recently. Vikings Super Bowl Odds. Eighteen teams have lower odds than the Vikings (+4400) to win.
But of course, we have to start looking ahead to the 2021 season. And it’ll amuse you to find out that the Bucs are not, in fact, the betting favorites to repeat as champions next year.
Seriously! According to the opening odds, the favorites are Sunday’s losing team, the Kansas City Chiefs. Heck, the Bucs aren’t even No. 2 (we’ll get to that in a moment).
So here are the odds on the Super Bowl 56 winner.
(All bets courtesy of BetMGM)
Kansas City Chiefs (+600)
Aside from his Super Bowl 55 loss, Patrick Mahomes is still the league’s premiere talent. It makes sense they’re the favorites.
Green Bay Packers (+900)
Aaron Rodgers, MVP. That’s it!
Tampa Bay Buccaneers (+1000)
They have a long list of free agents, so perhaps that’s why they’re not favorites.
Baltimore Ravens (+1200)
An intriguing pick with that defense and Lamar Jackson under center again.
Buffalo Bills (+1200)
Josh Allen and Co. proved last season that they were contenders. Can they carry that over to 2021?
Los Angeles Rams (+1200)
Hmm. On one hand, Aaron Donald and that defense. On the other … are we really betting on Matthew Stafford to deliver a title?
San Francisco 49ers (+1600)
Surprised? Me too. I think this assumes the Niners find a QB that gets them back on track to contend.
New Orleans Saints (+1800)
Seems kind of low … but does that mean the odds reflect a team that could be without Drew Brees?
Seattle Seahawks (+2200)
Seems about right.
Cleveland Browns (+2500)
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Are you buying what the Browns are selling after last season?
Dallas Cowboys (+2500)
There’s potential value here … if they can fix their defense and Dak Prescott re-signs.
Indianapolis Colts (+2500)
Another value pick, bu they need to figure out what to do at QB after Philip Rivers retired.
Miami Dolphins (+2500)
Ooooooo. They were pretty good last season and now enter a very interesting offseason with a ton of draft capital and some cap room.
Tennessee Titans (+2500)
Too low for the back-to-back playoff contenders?
Los Angeles Chargers (+3000)
Justin Herbert looked GOOD in his rookie year!
New England Patriots (+3000)
Pittsburgh Steelers (+3000)
It all kind of depends on what happens with Ben Roethlisberger this offseason, doesn’t it?
Arizona Cardinals (+4000)
Seems right for a young team still developing, although Kyler Murray took a big step forward in 2020.
Minnesota Vikings (+4000)
Lots of question marks about this team, but there’s a good base there.
Carolina Panthers (+5000)
We’ve reached the longshots, and the Panthers definitely deserve to be here.
Chicago Bears (+5000)
If they get a new QB, maybe these odds move up.
Las Vegas Raiders (+5000)
There was some good and bad in Vegas last season. These odds reflect that.
Philadelphia Eagles (+5000)
Is Carson Wentz getting traded? Is Jalen Hurts the starter?
Atlanta Falcons (+6600)
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They might be headed for a rebuild sometime soon.
Denver Broncos (+6600)
John Elway could be looking for a new quarterback. Again.
New York Giants (+6600)
Hey, they almost won a NFC East title! (I know, that’s not saying much, but still.)
Washington Football Team (+6600)
A pretty successful season given what the expectations were, but they’re not contending in 2021.
Cincinnati Bengals (+8000)
A lot to like for Cincy, especially after the upcoming draft. But this number will go up in a few years.
Detroit Lions (+8000)
Jared Goff! Dan Campbell! Lots of changes in Detroit.
Houston Texans (+8000)
New York Jets (+8000)
Even if they restart at quarterback, the rebuild is far from over.
Jacksonville Jaguars (+10000)
Even if they draft Trevor Lawrence, there’s work to be done.
Do the Minnesota Vikings have what it takes to win it all this year? We look at the sports betting odds around their chances of being the 2021 Super Bowl champions.
The joy of the preseason is that all fan bases – OK, almost all of them – have hope their favorite team will be holding the Lombardi Trophy at the end of the year. However, there can only be one…
Minnesota Vikings Super Bowl LV odds
According to the oddsmakers at BetMGM sportsbook, the Vikings Super Bowl odds are at +2500 to win the championship this season. In fractional odds, that’s 25/1. It implies the team has a 0.0385 chance of winning.
Are you new to sports betting? Future odds like these give sports bettors, both experienced and casual, the opportunity to place an early wager on the team(s) they think will be this season’s NFL champion. As the year passes, the odds will move – the better a team becomes in the eyes of the oddsmakers, the shorter the odds will become. The worse a team looks, the longer the odds will be. If a team starts to receive a large number of bets on them, sportsbooks will also start to move the lines up and down to help cover their bases, too. By placing a bet early, it gives you the opportunity to receive a better potential return on your wager assuming those odds will later become shorter and, more importantly, less profitable.
Odds Of Mn Vikings Super Bowl
A $100 wager on the Vikings at +2500 odds returns a profit of $2,500 should they go on to win the Super Bowl this year.
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When is Super Bowl LV?
The 2021 Super Bowl, which will be the 55th Super Bowl, is slated for Sunday, February 7, 2021. The game is scheduled to be played at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, FL.
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