Latest Super Bowl Odds 2021: Steelers Odds Surge to +850
The days of relying solely on Las Vegas for Super Bowl Odds is officially over with the launch of legal sports betting in the United States. Online Sportsbooks and mobile betting apps are growing at a rapid base lead by DraftKings Sportsbook, FanDuel and William Hill. Legally betting on the Super Bowl this year with DraftKings and FanDuel can happen in NJ, PA, CO, IL, Indiana and West Virginia, and other states soon enough.
In the NFL offseason, the focus for legal NFL betting is on the NFL Draft and NFL Futures. What better future market is there right now than the 2021 Super Bowl Odds? With all the quarterback movement, the 2021 Super Bowl odds movement will be frantic leading up to the start of the 2020-2021 season, so taking advantage of early prices is what sharp futures bettors will do.
DraftKings Sportsbook provides us with Super Bowl Odds on the futures market for the 2021 Super Bowl.
Latest Super Bowl Odds 2021
Super Bowl Odds Movement – Week 8 NFL Update
|Team||Current Super Bowl Odds||Week 7 to Current Movement|
|Kansas City Chiefs||+400||+00|
|Tampa Bay Buccaneers||+800||+400|
|Green Bay Packers||+1100||+00|
|New Orleans Saints||+1400||-100|
|Los Angeles Rams||+1700||+500|
After seven weeks of NFL football, the contenders are starting to become more and more evident. One thing is abundantly clear, the AFC is far better than the NFC with the Chiefs, Ravens, and Steelers along with the Titans and the Bills. But, the NFC always has a representative in the Super Bowl too, and it is looking like the Buccaneers, Seahawks, or Packers atop the list there. The biggest movement amongst contenders in Week 7 was the Steelers, who have moved to +850, and the Bucs who moved to +800. Could we see Tom Brady vs. the Steelers in the Super Bowl? We will see, but both teams are off to great starts and the Bucs just signed former Steeler Antonio Brown to add to an already lethal offense.
Super Bowl Odds Movement – Week 7 Update
|Team||Current Super Bowl Odds||Week 6 to Current Movement|
|Kansas City Chiefs||+400||+00|
|Green Bay Packers||+1100||-100|
|Tampa Bay Buccaneers||+1200||+400|
|New Orleans Saints||+1300||-100|
|Los Angeles Rams||+2200||-400|
Through six weeks of the season, the NFL Super Bowl odds movement has begun to slow at the top of the chart, but the odds are certainly moving week-to-week. Entering Week 7, the Steelers saw the biggest movement of the teams at the top at +300 from +1400 to +1100 to win the Super Bowl. The Titans are now creeping towards the top of the leaderboard too, as they are at +1500 but with a massive +1300 move from +2800 in Week 6.
Titans Super Bowl Odds increase from +2800 to +1500
One of the largest odds movements of the season came in Week 6, where the Tennessee Titans went from +2800 to win the Super Bowl to +1500.
— Action Rush (@ActionRushBets) October 20, 2020
After Derrick Henry’s superb game combined with Ryan Tannehill throwing four touchdowns, the Titans certainly look the part. Now, their Super Bowl odds have risen to +1500 and the sportsbooks believe they are the part too. Can the Titans win the Super Bowl? Week 7 is a big one for their prospects, as Tennessee takes on the 5-0 Pittsburgh Steelers in the battle of AFC contenders. As of early in the week, Tennessee was two-point home dogs to Pittsburgh.
Cowboys Super Bowl Odds Fall after Dak Prescott
The Dallas Cowboys Super Bowl Odds entering Week 5 were +3000.
Entering Week 6, they are +4000 to win the Super Bowl.
The Dak Prescott effect.
— Action Rush (@ActionRushBets) October 13, 2020
After a gruesome injury to quarterback and MVP-hopeful Dak Prescott, the Cowboys’ Super Bowl odds fell from +3000 to +4000, even after a win in Week 5. Prescott suffered a compound fracture to his leg and ankle, and will miss the rest of the season. Can the Dallas Cowboys make a run with Andy Dalton at quarterback? Time will tell, but the odds do not reflect that thinking.
|Team||Current Super Bowl Odds||Movement from Last Week||Last Week Super Bowl Odds|
Packers Stay Hot, Odds Rise to +1000 to win the Super Bowl
— Packers Everywhere (@packeverywhere) October 6, 2020
Entering Week 4, the Packers’ odds to win the Super Bowl was +1400. After a convincing win on Monday Night Football and another dominating performance by the Green Bay offense, the Packers’ odds moved to +1000 to win the Super Bowl. Green Bay has seen positive odds movement in four straight weeks, and their odds have risen from +3000 to +1000 in just four games. Are the Packers the class of the NFC with Seattle? Green Bay has a bye in Week 5 before traveling to Tampa Bay to take on Tom Brady and the Buccaneers in Week 6.
Packers Super Bowl Odds
Super Bowl Odds Movement – Week 4 Update
|Team||Current Super Bowl Odds||Week 3 to Current Movement||Week 2 to Current Movement||Week 1 to Current Movement|
|Tampa Bay Buccaneers||+1400||+400||+200||+00|
|San Francisco 49ers||+1600||+400||-400||-600|
|Green Bay Packers||+1400||+200||+1100||+1600|
The teams with the most movement entering Week 4 are the Dolphins, Lions, Browns, and Colts. Of course, the Dolphins have the most movement from Week 3 to now, increasing +2500 to +17500. Aside from the teams that have seen a large movement, but still are long shots to win the Super Bowl, the Colts, Bucs, and 49ers have seen significant movement. With the Bucs odds going to +1400 and the 49ers to +1600, the NFC teams are seeing a ton of odds movement, which makes sense given the struggles to the Saints, Vikings, and Eagles…all teams that had higher odds in Weeks 1 through 3.
Buffalo Bills Odds Increase After Fast Start
"Josh Allen has looked like an MVP candidate in his first three games and the Bills are sporting the fourth-best offense in the league."
— Buffalo Bills (@BuffaloBills) September 30, 2020
Entering Week 4, the Bills’ Super Bowl odds have increased to +1700. As you can see in the chart below, the Bills have moved in a positive way towards being a Super Bowl candidate (as far as odds are concerned).
|Team||Current Super Bowl Odds||Week 3 to Current Movement||Week 2 to Current Movement||Week 1 to Current Movement|
The Bills opened at +2500 in Week 1, and have seen positive movement each and every week. The Bills have gone from +2500 to +2200 to +2000, and now to +1700 for Week 4 after an impressive win over the Los Angeles Rams.
Las Vegas Raiders Super Bowl Odds Climb to +4000 entering Week 3
The Las Vegas Raiders are now +4000 to win the Super Bowl at various legal sportsbooks. Before Week 1, the Raiders were as high as +6600.#Vegas #JustWinBaby https://t.co/uU5xL0sxiR pic.twitter.com/HZEJn8kpGU
— Action Rush (@ActionRushBets) September 22, 2020
Entering the season, the Las Vegas Raiders were +6600 to win the Super Bowl. After two wins to start the season, including an impressive victory over the New Orleans Saints, the Raiders have moved to +4000. After Week 1, the Raiders were +6000, but the win over the Saints took them to +4000. This means as of Week 3, the Raiders odds to win the Super Bowl are better than the Vikings, Falcons, and Texans, while being tied with the Eagles.
Arizona Cardinals are for Real in 2020
As Week 3 begins, the NFC West has yet another contender in the Arizona Cardinals. Led by Kyler Murray and DeAndre Hopkins, the Arizona Cardinals’ Super Bowl odds have risen all the way to +2500. Before the season, the Cardinals were 50:1 to win the Super Bowl, then moved to +3000. After a Week 2 victory, they have improved their odds to +2500. Keep in mind, this puts the Cardinals ahead of the Colts, the Eagles, the Vikings and the Falcons. In addition, +2500 is right on par with the Tennessee Titans and is just behind the New England Patriots.
Other teams to have seen big movement in Super Bowl odds are the Philadelphia Eagles, San Francisco 49ers, Minnesota Vikings, and Atlanta Falcons. Each has seen a large dropoff due to slow starts, especially the Eagles and Vikings.
Kansas City Chiefs Super Bowl Odds
The #NFL season starts tomorrow, which means now is the best time to get in on your favorite futures markets before the season begins.
Check out the latest Super Bowl odds, with the Chiefs on top at +600.
— Action Rush (@ActionRushBets) September 9, 2020
The defending champion Chiefs lead the way at +600 to win the 2021 Super Bowl, and they are bringing in 15% of the total betting handle, second only to the New England Patriots. The most bets have been placed on the Chiefs to win two straight, and who can blame bettors? The Chiefs will have plenty of money in the offseason to extend Patrick Mahomes, sign a few key players, and of course they have the draft. Can the Chiefs repeat?
New England Patriots Super Bowl Odds
The Patriots have fallen even further from +1800 to +2000 to +2200, and even to +2500 to win the Super Bowl after the departure of Tom Brady to the Tampa Bay Bucs. Currently, the Patriots’ QB depth chart is Jarrett Stidham, recently acquired Brian Hoyer, then Cody Kessler. There is growing belief that Stidham will be the Pats’ QB in 2020, so even +2500 may be too high with an unproven QB. Can Belichick do it without Brady? We will see. The Patriots could make a move for a QB to increase their odds, maybe for Cam Newton. Otherwise, their odds look to be at a “high”.
Update: Cam Newton signed with the Patriots officially, and the Pats’ odds rose to +1700, up from +2500.
New Orleans Saints Super Bowl Odds
The Saints’ Super Bowl odds are now back to +1400, down from +1200 after being up from +1400 on DraftKings Sportsbook. Yet, there is still value to be had there. The Saints signed Emmanuel Sanders to bolster their WR corps, and Drew Brees is back to lead what promises to be a very potent offense. The Saints look to be the class of the NFC again in 2020, and the price of +1200 is worth taking. We liked that future at +1400, and +1200 is still sweet. With the Jameis Winston signing as a backup quarterback, the Saints’ depth improves. In late May, the Saints’ odds went to +1300, a slight move.
Buffalo Bills Super Bowl Odds
The Buffalo Bills’ win total on DraftKings Sportsbook recently moved to 9 from 8.5, which places them in the top 10. As for their Super Bowl Odds, they were 14th with +2800 odds. That is value if you believe in the win total market, but bettors likely do not have faith in Josh Allen as a Super Bowl-winning quarterback. All other teams above Buffalo have franchise quarterbacks on their roster with the exception of one team, the New England Patriots. In April, the Bills odds fell even further to +3300. But in May, Buffalo bettors came through and the odds went back to +2800 to win the Super Bowl. The Bills’ uncertainty at QB definitely hurts their chances as far as the books are concerned.
Philadelphia Eagles Super Bowl Odds
Howie Roseman says the #Eagles will do everything they can to win a Super Bowl, but also can’t put all the chips in the middle of the table with a 27-year old QB. Wants to be able to compete each year, get in the tournament and be hot at the right time.
— Eliot Shorr-Parks (@EliotShorrParks) March 26, 2020
The Eagles have made some big moves on defense in the 2020 offseason, as they traded for CB Darius Slay and signed DT Javon Hargrave. The Eagles have needed a true shutdown corner and another consistent interior presence next to All-Pro DT Fletcher Cox, and they went after it. In Philadelphia, there are far more needs than just those two though. Malcolm Jenkins is now with the Saints, leaving a leadership and secondary hole for the Eagles. Help came in the NFL Draft for the Eagles on offense with Jalen Reagor, but without an increase in talent on the defensive side of the football it will be tough for the Eagles to be a contender for the Super Bowl. The Eagles’ odds on DraftKings Sportsbook are +2000 to win the Super Bowl.
Dallas Cowboys Super Bowl Odds Increase
The Cowboys are certainly looking to bolster their pass rush against a division with plenty of good offensive linemen to combat. After being away from the game for four years, Aldon Smith is back in the NFL after agreeing to a one-year, $4M contract. Smith had problems with drugs and other charges but was a dominant force on the football field. The Cowboys were in need of another pass rusher to complement Demarcus Lawrence and they hope that Smith will be able to fill that void. Should the Cowboys get good production from Smith, their defensive front will certainly be one to fear with Lawrence, Smith, Gerald McCoy, Dontari Poe and a trio of Pro Bowl linebackers in Leighton Vander Esch, Jaylon Smith, and Sean Lee. The Cowboys Super Bowl odds sit at 18:1 (+1800), which is up from +2200 in late April, but if Smith is anywhere close to the player he once was those odds will increase in-season. After adding a terrific draft class, the Cowboys are ready to be for real in 2020.
Pittsburgh Steelers Super Bowl Odds
The Pittsburgh Steelers current Super Bowl odds are +2800 on DraftKings Sportsbook, moving down in the 2020 offseason. As the NFL Draft approaches, the Steelers certainly need to use the mid-rounds to retool their roster to make a run in 2020. With Ben Roethlisberger returning, but without Antonio Brown, this will be a very interesting year for the Steelers. Will JuJu Smith-Schuster become a number one receiver? Can James Conner carry the load? The Steelers’ Super Bowl Odds being just above the Bears and Rams seem to mean that bettors and DraftKings Sportsbook believe they are not contenders.
Latest 2021 Super Bowl Odds Movement
Here is a look at the latest Super Bowl odds movement with times, so you can see how odds have moved throughout the NFL year.
|Team||Current Super Bowl Odds||Before Week 3||Before Week 2||Before Week 1||September 1||August 5||July 12||June 15||May 13||April 5||March 2||February 3|
|Kansas City Chiefs||+400||+500||+550||+600||+600||+600||+600||+600||+600||+600||+450||+500|
|New Orleans Saints||+1400||+1100||+1000||+1100||+1100||+1200||+1200||+1200||+1400||+1400||+1200||+1000|
|Green Bay Packers||+1400||+1600||+2500||+3000||+2800||+2500||+2800||+2800||+2800||+2200||+2000||+2000|
|Tampa Bay Buccaneers||+1400||+1800||+1600||+1400||+1400||+1400||+1400||+1300||+1200||+1600||+4000||+6000|
|San Francisco 49ers||+1600||+2000||+1200||+1000||+900||+1000||+1000||+1000||+1000||+900||+800||+800|
|New England Patriots||+2000||+2200||+2000||+2200||+2000||+2200||+1700||+2500||+2200||+1800||+1200||+1400|
|Los Angeles Rams||+2500||+2200||+2800||+4000||+4000||+3300||+3300||+3300||+3300||+3300||+2500||+2500|
|Las Vegas Raiders||+5000||+4000||+6000||+6600||+6600||+6600||+6600||+6600||+6000||+5000||+3000||+4000|
|Los Angeles Chargers||+6600||+5000||+4000||+4500||+4500||+4500||+4500||+4500||+4000||+5000||+5000||+4000|
|New York Giants||+20000||+15000||+12500||+8000||+8000||+7000||+7000||+7000||+6600||+6600||+8000||+8000|
|New York Jets||+30000||+20000||+15000||+8000||+8000||+10000||+7000||+7000||+6600||+7000||+10000||+8000|
Tampa Bay Buccaneers Offseason Super Bowl Odds Movement
The Bucs have the most volatile though, which can directly be attributed to the signing of Tom Brady. Tampa was +6000 after the Super Bowl, moved to +4000 in early March, but settled at +1600 after the signing of Tom Brady.That was not the last of major Super Bowl odds movement for the Bucs, as the trade for Rob Gronkowski increased those odds to +1200 on DraftKings Sportsbook. In late May, the Bucs’ odds decreased a tad to +1300.
Tom Brady to Tampa Bay Leads Major 2021 Super Bowl Odds Movement
— Action Rush (@ActionRushBets) March 18, 2020
Top NFL Teams Super Bowl Odds Shift at DraftKings Sportsbook in Offseason
— Action Rush (@ActionRushBets) April 15, 2020
In mid-April, four big-name teams have seen slight odds movement in both directions. The Saints’ odds increased from +1400 to +1200, which is a nice increase for New Orleans. The Eagles, Patriots, and Cowboys all saw their odds drop 200 points, as the Eagles went to +1800, Cowboys to +2200, and the Patriots continued their slide to +2000. With the NFL Draft looming, that is expected to be the next big change in the Super Bowl odds movement market.
2021 Super Bowl Betting Trends
Top 10 Super Bowl Odds
|Kansas City Chiefs||+600|
|San Francisco 49ers||+900|
|New Orleans Saints||+1400|
|Tampa Bay Buccaneers||+1600|
|New England Patriots||+1800|
|Green Bay Packers||+2200|
After Tom Brady signed with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, the Top 10 for Super Bowl odds have greatly changed. The Bucs are now +1600 to win the Super Bowl, which is tied with the Eagles. The Chiefs and Ravens top the charts still, with the only movement being the Ravens jumping to +750 from +800. The Patriots’ odds will likely drop again unless they have another plan at QB, as Jarrett Stidham is the current quarterback.
2021 Super Bowl Betting Report
Top 10 in Betting Handle
|New England Patriots||+1400||16%|
|Kansas City Chiefs||+600||15%|
|San Francisco 49ers||+1000||11%|
|Las Vegas Raiders||+5000||3%|
|Los Angeles Chargers||+5000||3%|
Of the top 10 teams in betting handle, five of them could have new quarterbacks in 2021. The Patriots, Cowboys, Colts, Raiders, and Chargers all could have a new signal caller, which would inevitably change their Super Bowl Odds. The 2020 Super Bowl matchup between the Chiefs and 49ers make up a total of 26% of the betting handle, and if you include the perennial contender Patriots, those three equate to a 42% of the betting handle.
Numbers are as of early 2020.
Top 10 in Total Bets
|Kansas City Chiefs||+600||14%|
|New England Patriots||+1400||9%|
|San Francisco 49ers||+1000||8%|
|New Orleans Saints||+1200||5%|
|Las Vegas Raiders||+5000||4%|
|New York Giants||+6600||4%|
Only one team has received more than 10% of the total bets on the 2021 Super Bowl Futures market, and that is the defending champion Kansas City Chiefs. 6:1 is great odds for a terrific football team, but it is very hard to win back-to-back Super Bowls, hence the odds at +600. The Patriots, 49ers, Ravens, and Eagles are next, as the only other teams above 5% of the total bets.
Numbers are as of early 2020.
SUPER BOWL BETTING HISTORY
|Super Bowl||Year||Location||Matchup||Line (Total)||Score||ATS Result|
|LIIl||2019||Atlanta, GA||LA Rams vs. New England||New England -2.5 (55.5)||New England 13, LA Rams 3||Favorite-Under|
|LII||2018||Minneapolis, MN||Philadelphia vs. New England||New England -4 (49)||Philadelphia 41 New England 33||Underdog-Over|
|LI||2017||Houston, TX||Atlanta vs. New Enland||New England -3 (57)||New England 34 Atlanta 28 (OT)||Favorite-Over|
|L||2016||Santa Clara, CA||Carolina vs. Denver||Carolina -5 (43.5)||Denver 24 Carolina 10||Underdog-Under|
|XLIX||2015||Glendale, AZ||Seattle vs. New England||Pick 'em (47.5)||New England 28 Seattle 24||Patriots - Over|
|XLVIIl||2014||East Rutherford,New Jersey||Seattle vs Denver||Denver -2 (47)||Seattle 43 Denver 8||Underdog-Over|
|XLVII||2013||New Orleans, LA||SF vs. Baltimore||San Francisco -4.5 (48)||Baltimore 34 San Francisco 31||Underdog-Over|
|XLVI||2012||Indianapolis, IN||NY Giants vs. New England||New England -2.5 (53)||N.Y. Giants 21 New England 17||Underdog-Under|
|XLV||2011||Arlington, TX||Green Bay vs. Pittsburgh||Green Bay -3 (45)||Green Bay 31 Pittsburgh 25||Favorite-Over|
|XLIV||2010||Miami, FL||New Orleans vs. Indianapolis||Indianapolis -5 (57)||New Orleans 31 Indianapolis 17||Underdog-Under|
|XLIII||2009||Tampa, FL||Pittsburgh vs. Arizona||Pittsburgh -7 (46)||Pittsburgh 27 Arizona 23||Underdog-Over|
|XLII||2008||Glendale, AZ||NY Giants vs. New England||New England -12 (55)||N.Y. Giants 17 New England 14||Underdog-Under|
|XLI||2007||Miami, FL||Indianapolis vs. Chicago||Indianapolis -7 (47)||Indianapolis 29 Chicago 17||Favorite-Under|
|XL||2006||Detroit, MI||Pittsburgh vs. Seattle||Pittsburgh -4 (47)||Pittsburgh 21 Seattle 10||Favorite-Under|
|XXIX||2005||Jacksonville, FL||New England vs. Philadelphia||New England -7 (46.5)||New England 24 Philadelphia 21||Underdog-Under|
|XXXVIII||2004||Houston, TX||New England vs. Carolina||New England -7 (37.5)||New England 32 Carolina 29||Underdog-Over|
|XXXVII||2003||San Diego, CA||Tampa Bay vs. Oakland||Oakland -4 (44)||Tampa Bay 48 Oakland 21||Underdog-Over|
|XXXVI||2002||New Orleans, LA||New England vs. St. Louis||St. Louis -14 (53)||New England 20 St. Louis 17||Underdog-Under|
|XXXV||2001||Tampa, FL||Baltimore vs. NY Giants||Baltimore -3 (33)||Baltimore 34 N.Y. Giants 7||Favorite-Over|
|XXXIV||2000||Atlanta, GA||St. Louis vs. Tennessee||St. Louis -7 (45)||St. Louis 23 Tennessee 16||Push-Under|
|XXXIII||1999||Miami, FL||Denver vs. Atlanta||Denver -7.5 (52.5)||Denver 34 Atlanta 19||Favorite-Over|
|XXXII||1998||San Diego, CA||Denve vs. Green Bay||Green Bay -11 (49)||Denver 31 Green Bay 24||Underdog-Over|
|XXXI||1997||New Orleans, LA||Green Bay vs. New England||Green Bay -14 (49)||Green Bay 35 New England 21||Push-Over|
|XXX||1996||Tempe, AZ||Dallas vs. Pittsburgh||Dallas -13.5 (51)||Dallas 27 Pittsburgh 17||Underdog-Under|
|XXIX||1995||Miami, FL||SF vs. San Diego||San Francisco -18.5||San Francisco 49 San Diego 26||Favorite-Over|
|XXVIII||1994||Atlanta, GA||Dallas vs. Buffalo||Dallas -10.5 (50.5)||Dallas 30 Buffalo 13||Favorite-Under|
|XXVII||1993||Pasadena, CA||Dallas vs. Buffalo||Dallas -6.5 (44.5)||Dallas 52 Buffalo 17||Favorite-Over|
|XXVI||1992||Minneapolis, MN||Washington vs. Buffalo||Washington -7 (49)||Washington 37 Buffalo 24||Favorite-Over|
|XXV||1991||Tampa, FL||NY Giants vs. Buffalo||Buffalo -7 (40.5)||N.Y. Giants 20 Buffalo 19||Underdog-Under|
|XXIV||1990||New Orleans, LA||SF vs. Denver||San Francisco -12 (48)||San Francisco 55 Denver 10||Favorite-Over|
|XXIII||1989||Miami, FL||SF vs. Cincinnati||San Francisco -7 (48)||San Francisco 20 Cincinnati 16||Underdog-Under|
|XXII||1988||San Diego, CA||Washington vs. Denver||Denver -3 (47)||Washington 42 Denver 10||Underdog-Over|
|XXI||1987||Pasadena, CA||NY Giants vs. Denver||N.Y. Giants -9.5 (40)||N.Y. Giants 39 Denver 20||Favorite-Over|
|XX||1986||New Orleans, LA||Chicago vs. New England||Chicago -10 (37.5)||Chicago 46 New England 10||Favorite-Over|
|XIX||1985||Stanford, CA||SF vs. Miami||San Francisco -3.5||San Francisco 38 Miami 16||Favortie-Over|
|XVIII||1984||Tampa, FL||LA Raiders vs. Washington||Washington -3 (48)||L.A. 38 Washington 9||Favorite-Under|
|XVII||1983||Pasadena, CA||Washington vs. Miami||Miami -3 (36.5)||Washington 27 Miami 17||Underdog-Over|
|XVI||1982||Pontiac, MI||SF vs. Cincinnati||San Francisco -1 (48)||San Francisco 26 Cincinnati 21||Favorite-Under|
|XV||1981||New Orleans, LA||Oakland vs. Philadelpia||Philadelphia -3 (37.5)||Oakland 27 Philadelphia 10||Underdog-Under|
|XIV||1980||Pasadena, CA||Pittsburgh vs. LA Rams||Pittsburgh -10.5 (36)||Pittsburgh 31 L.A. Rams 19||Favorite-Over|
|XIII||1979||Miami, FL||Pittsburgh vs. Dallas||Pittsburgh -3.5 (37)||Pittsburgh 35 Dallas 31||Favortie-Over|
|XII||1978||New Orleans, LA||Dallas vs. Denver||Dallas -6 (39)||Dallas 27 Denver 10||Favorite-Under|
|XI||1977||Pasadena, CA||Oakland vs. Minnesota||Oakland -4 (38)||Oakland 34 Minnesota 14||Favorite-Over|
|X||1976||Miami, FL||Pittsburgh vs. Dallas||Pittsburgh -7 (36)||Pittsburgh 21 Dallas 17||Underdog-Over|
|IX||1975||New Orleans, LA||Pittsburgh vs. Minnesota||Pittsburgh -3 (33)||Pittsburgh 16 Minnesota 6||Favorite-Under|
|VIII||1974||Houston, TX||Miami vs. Minnesota||Miami -6.5 (33)||Miami 24 Minnesota 7||Favorite-Under|
|VII||1973||Los Angeles, CA||Miami vs. Washington||Miami -1 (33)||Miami 14 Washington 7||Favorite-Under|
|VI||1972||New Orleans, LA||Dallas vs. Miami||Dallas -6 (34)||Dallas 24 Miami 3||Favorite-Under|
|V||1971||Miami, FL||Baltimore vs. Dallas||Baltimore -2.5 (36)||Baltimore 16 Dallas 13||Favorite-Under|
|IV||1970||New Orleans, LA||KC vs. Minnesota||Minnesota -12 (39)||Kansas City 23 Minnesota 7||Underdog-Under|
|III||1969||Miami, FL||NY Jets vs. Baltimore||Baltimore -18 (40)||N.Y. Jets 16 Baltimore 7||Underdog-Under|
|II||1968||Miami, FL||Green Bay vs. Oakland||Green Bay -13.5 (43)||Green Bay 33 Oakland 14||Favorite-Over|
|I||1967||Los Angeles, CA||Green Bay vs. KC||Green Bay -14 (N/A)||Green Bay 35 Kansas City 10||Favorite|
SUPER BOWL COIN TOSS HISTORY
|Super Bowl||Date||Heads/Tails||Toss Winner||Toss Loser|
|LIll||03/02/2019||Tails||LA Rams||New England|
|XLVI||05/02/2012||Heads||New England||N.Y. Giants|
|XLII||03/02/2008||Tails||N.Y. Giants||New England|
|XXXVI||03/02/2002||Heads||St. Louis||New England|
|XXXI||26/01/1997||Heads||New England||Green Bay|
|XXIX||29/01/1995||Heads||San Francisco||San Diego|
|I||15/01/1967||Heads||Green Bay||Kansas City|
Top 10 Upsets in Super Bowl History
|XXXVI (Feb 3, 2002)||STL -14||New England 20, St. Louis 17|
|XXXI (Jan 26, 1997)||GB -14||Green Bay 35, New England 21|
|XXX (Jan 28, 1996)||DAL -13.5||Dallas 27, Pittsburgh 17|
|XXIX (Jan 29, 1995)||SF -18.5||San Francisco 49, San Diego 26|
|XXIV (Jan 28, 1990)||SF -12||San Francisco 55, Denver Broncos 10|
|XLII (Feb 3, 2008)||NE -12||N.Y. Giants 17, New England 14|
|IV (Jan 11, 1970)||MIN -12||Kansas City 23, Minnesota 7|
|III (Jan 12, 1969)||BAL-18||N.Y. Jets 16, Baltimore 7|
|II (Jan 14, 1968)||GB -13.5||Green Bay 33, Oakland 14|
|I (Jan 15, 1967)||GB -14||Green Bay 35, Kansas City 10|
Super Bowl Champions By Year
|53 (Feb 3, 2019)||New England Patriots|
|52 (Feb 4, 2018)||Philadelphia Eagles|
|51 (Feb 5, 2017)||New England Patriots|
|50 (Feb 7, 2016)||Denver Broncos|
|49 (Feb 1, 2015)||New England Patriots|
|48 (Feb 2, 2014)||Seattle Seahawks|
|47 (Feb 3, 2013)||Baltimore Ravens|
|46 (Feb 5, 2012)||New York Giants|
|45 (Feb 6 2011)||Green Bay Packers|
|44 (Feb 7, 2010)||New Orleans Saints|
|43 (Feb 1, 2009)||Pittsburgh Steelers|
|42 (Feb 3, 2008)||New York Giants|
|41 (Feb 4, 2007)||Indianapolis Colts|
|40 (Feb 5, 2006)||Pittsburgh Steelers|
|39 (Feb 6, 2005)||New England Patriots|
|38 (Feb 1, 2004)||New England Patriots|
|37 (Jan 26, 2003)||Tampa Bay Buccaneers|
|36 (Feb 3, 2002)||New England Patriots|
|35 (Jan 28, 2001)||Baltimore Ravens|
|34 (Jan 30, 2000)||St. Louis Rams|
|33 (Jan 31, 1999)||Denver Broncos|
|32 (Jan 25, 1998)||Denver Broncos|
|31 (Jan 26, 1997)||Green Bay Packers|
|30 (Jan 28, 1996)||Dallas Cowboys|
|29 (Jan 29, 1995)||San Francisco 49ers|
|28 (Jan 30, 1994)||Dallas Cowboys|
|27 (Jan 31, 1993)||Dallas Cowboys|
|26 (Jan 26, 1992)||Washington Redskins|
|25 (Jan 27, 1991)||New York Giants|
|24 (Jan 28, 1990)||San Francisco 49ers|
|23 (Jan 22, 1989)||San Francisco 49ers|
|22 (Jan 31, 1988)||Washington Redskins|
|21 (Jan 25, 1987)||New York Giants|
|20 (Jan 26, 1986)||Chicago Bears|
|19 (Jan 20, 1985)||San Francisco 49ers|
|18 (Jan 22, 1984)||Los Angeles Raiders|
|17 (Jan 30, 1983)||Washington Redskins|
|16 (Jan 24, 1982)||San Francisco 49ers|
|15 (Jan 25, 1981)||Oakland Raiders|
|14 (Jan 20, 1980)||Pittsburgh Steelers|
|13 (Jan 21, 1979)||Pittsburgh Steelers|
|12 (Jan 15, 1978)||Dallas Cowboys|
|11 (Jan 9, 1977)||Oakland Raiders|
|10 (Jan 18, 1976)||Pittsburgh Steelers|
|9 (Jan 12, 1975)||Pittsburgh Steelers|
|8 (Jan 13, 1974)||Miami Dolphins|
|7 (Jan 14, 1973)||Miami Dolphins|
|6 (Jan 16, 1972)||Dallas Cowboys|
|5 (Jan 17 1971)||Baltimore Colts|
|4 (Jan 11, 1970)||Kansas City Chiefs|
|3 (Jan 12, 1969)||New York Jets|
|2 (Jan 14, 1968)||Green Bay Packers|
|1 (Jan 15, 1967)||Green Bay Packers|
Super Bowl MVP History By Year
|53 (Feb 3, 2019)||Julian Edelman||New England Patriots||Wide Receiver|
|52 (Feb 4, 2018)||Nick Foles||Philadelphia Eagles||Quarterback|
|51 (Feb 5, 2017)||Tom Brady (4)||New England Patriots||Quarterback|
|50 (Feb 7, 2016)||Von Miller||Denver Broncos||Linebacker|
|49 (Feb 1, 2015)||Tom Brady (3)||New England Patriots||Quarterback|
|48 (Feb 2, 2014)||Malcolm Smith||Seattle Seahawks||Linebacker|
|47 (Feb 3, 2013)||Joe Flacco||Baltimore Ravens||Quarterback|
|46 (Feb 5, 2012)||Eli Manning (2)||New York Giants||Quarterback|
|45 (Feb 6 2011)||Aaron Rodgers||Green Bay Packers||Quarterback|
|44 (Feb 7, 2010)||Drew Brees||New Orleans Saints||Quarterback|
|43 (Feb 1, 2009)||Santonio Holmes||Pittsburgh Steelers||Wide Receiver|
|42 (Feb 3, 2008)||Eli Manning||New York Giants||Quarterback|
|41 (Feb 4, 2007)||Peyton Manning||Indianapolis Colts||Quarterback|
|40 (Feb 5, 2006)||Hines Ward||Pittsburgh Steelers||Wide Receiver|
|39 (Feb 6, 2005)||Deion Branch||New England Patriots||Wide Receiver|
|38 (Feb 1, 2004)||Tom Brady (2)||New England Patriots||Quarterback|
|37 (Jan 26, 2003)||Dexter Jackson||Tampa Bay Buccaneers||Safety|
|36 (Feb 3, 2002)||Tom Brady||New England Patriots||Quarterback|
|35 (Jan 28, 2001)||Ray Lewis||Baltimore Ravens||Linebacker|
|34 (Jan 30, 2000)||Kurt Warner||St. Louis Rams||Quarterback|
|33 (Jan 31, 1999)||John Elway||Denver Broncos||Quarterback|
|32 (Jan 25, 1998)||Terrell Davis||Denver Broncos||Running Back|
|31 (Jan 26, 1997)||Desmond Howard||Green Bay Packers||Kick / Punt Returner|
|30 (Jan 28, 1996)||Larry Brown||Dallas Cowboys||Cornerback|
|29 (Jan 29, 1995)||Steve Young||San Francisco 49ers||Quarterback|
|28 (Jan 30, 1994)||Emmitt Smith||Dallas Cowboys||Running back|
|27 (Jan 31, 1993)||Troy Aikman||Dallas Cowboys||Quarterback|
|26 (Jan 26, 1992)||Mark Rypien||Washington Redskins||Quarterback|
|25 (Jan 27, 1991)||Ottis Anderson||New York Giants||Running Back|
|24 (Jan 28, 1990)||Joe Montana (3)||San Francisco 49ers||Quarterback|
|23 (Jan 22, 1989)||Jerry Rice||San Francisco 49ers||Wide Receiver|
|22 (Jan 31, 1988)||Doug Williams||Washington Redskins||Quarterback|
|21 (Jan 25, 1987)||Phil Simms||New York Giants||Quarterback|
|20 (Jan 26, 1986)||Richard Dent||Chicago Bears||Defensive End|
|19 (Jan 20, 1985)||Joe Montana (2)||San Francisco 49ers||Quarterback|
|18 (Jan 22, 1984)||Marcus Allen||Los Angeles Raiders||Running Back|
|17 (Jan 30, 1983)||John Riggins||Washington Redskins||Running Back|
|16 (Jan 24, 1982)||Joe Montana||San Francisco 49ers||Quarterback|
|15 (Jan 25, 1981)||Jim Plunkett||Oakland Raiders||Quarterback|
|14 (Jan 20, 1980)||Terry Bradshaw (2)||Pittsburgh Steelers||Quarterback|
|13 (Jan 21, 1979)||Terry Bradshaw||Pittsburgh Steelers||Quarterback|
|12 (Jan 15, 1978)||Harvey Martin/Randy White||Dallas Cowboys||Defensive Line|
|11 (Jan 9, 1977)||Fred Biletnikoff||Oakland Raiders||Wide Receiver|
|10 (Jan 18, 1976)||Lynn Swann||Pittsburgh Steelers||Wide Receiver|
|9 (Jan 12, 1975)||Franco Harris||Pittsburgh Steelers||Running Back|
|8 (Jan 13, 1974)||Larry Csonka||Miami Dolphins||Running Back|
|7 (Jan 14, 1973)||Jake Scott||Miami Dolphins||Safety|
|6 (Jan 16, 1972)||Roger Staubach||Dallas Cowboys||Quarterback|
|5 (Jan 17 1971)||Chuck Howley||Dallas Cowboys||Linebacker|
|4 (Jan 11, 1970)||Len Dawson||Kansas City Chiefs||Quarterback|
|3 (Jan 12, 1969)||Joe Namath||New York Jets||Quarterback|
|2 (Jan 14, 1968)||Bart Starr (2)||Green Bay Packers||Quarterback|
|1 (Jan 15, 1967)||Bart Starr||Green Bay Packers||Quarterback|
Super Bowl Betting Favorites By Year
|53 (Feb 3, 2019)||NE -2.5||57.5|
|52 (Feb 4, 2018)||NE -4.5||49|
|51 (Feb 5, 2017)||NE -3||57.5|
|50 (Feb 7, 2016)||Car -4.5||43|
|49 (Feb 1, 2015)||Sea -1||47.5|
|48 (Feb 2, 2014)||Den -2||47.5|
|47 (Feb 3, 2013)||SF -4.5||48|
|46 (Feb 5, 2012)||NE -2.5||53|
|45 (Feb 6 2011)||GB -3||45|
|44 (Feb 7, 2010)||IND -5||57|
|43 (Feb 1, 2009)||PIT -7||46|
|42 (Feb 3, 2008)||NE -12||55|
|41 (Feb 4, 2007)||IND -7||47|
|40 (Feb 5, 2006)||PIT -4||47|
|39 (Feb 6, 2005)||NE -7||46.5|
|38 (Feb 1, 2004)||NE -7||37.5|
|37 (Jan 26, 2003)||OAK -4||44|
|36 (Feb 3, 2002)||STL -14||53|
|35 (Jan 28, 2001)||BAL -3||33|
|34 (Jan 30, 2000)||STL -7||45|
|33 (Jan 31, 1999)||DEN -7.5||52.5|
|32 (Jan 25, 1998)||GB -11||49|
|31 (Jan 26, 1997)||GB -14||49|
|30 (Jan 28, 1996)||DAL -13.5||51|
|29 (Jan 29, 1995)||SF -18.5||53.5|
|28 (Jan 30, 1994)||DAL -10.5||50.5|
|27 (Jan 31, 1993)||DAL -6.5||44.5|
|26 (Jan 26, 1992)||WAS -7||49|
|25 (Jan 27, 1991)||BUF -7||40.5|
|24 (Jan 28, 1990)||SF -12||48|
|23 (Jan 22, 1989)||SF -7||48|
|22 (Jan 31, 1988)||DEN -3||47|
|21 (Jan 25, 1987)||NYG -9.5||40|
|20 (Jan 26, 1986)||CHI -10||37.5|
|19 (Jan 20, 1985)||SF -3.5||53.5|
|18 (Jan 22, 1984)||WAS -3||48|
|17 (Jan 30, 1983)||MIA -3||36.5|
|16 (Jan 24, 1982)||SF -1||48|
|15 (Jan 25, 1981)||PHI -3||37.5|
|14 (Jan 20, 1980)||PIT -10.5||36|
|13 (Jan 21, 1979)||PIT -3.5||37|
|12 (Jan 15, 1978)||DAL -6||39|
|11 (Jan 9, 1977)||OAK -4||38|
|10 (Jan 18, 1976)||PIT -7||36|
|9 (Jan 12, 1975)||PIT -3||33|
|8 (Jan 13, 1974)||MIA -6.5||33|
|7 (Jan 14, 1973)||MIA -1||33|
|6 (Jan 16, 1972)||DAL -6||34|
|5 (Jan 17 1971)||BAL -2.5||36|
|4 (Jan 11, 1970)||MIN -12||39|
|3 (Jan 12, 1969)||BAL-18||40|
|2 (Jan 14, 1968)||GB -13.5||43|
|1 (Jan 15, 1967)||GB -14||Not Listed|
All Time Super Bowl Passing TD Leaders
|Player||Super Bowl Passing TD|
All Time Super Bowl Rushing TD Leaders
|Player||Super Bowl Rushing TD|
All Time Super Bowl Receiving TD Leaders
|Player||Super Bowl Receiving TD|
All Time Super Bowl Interception Leaders
|Player||Super Bowl INT|
2021 SUPER BOWL 55 FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
When is Super Bowl 55?
Super Bowl 55 will take place on Sunday, February 7th, 2021. Kick-off time for the Super Bowl is 6:45 pm EST.
What time does the Super Bowl Kick-off?
The kick-off time for the Super Bowl is normally around 6:45 pm EST.
Where is the Super Bowl This Year?
The 2021 Super Bowl will be played in Tampa Florida at Raymond James Stadium
What is the Super Bowl Number This Year?
The 2020-2021 NFL season will end with Super Bowl 55 in Tampa Bay.
Is it legal to bet on the Super Bowl?
Yes, sports betting is now legal in the following states: - NV - NJ - PA - DE - RI - WV - MS - NM - NY - AR - OR - IA - IN - MT - TN - IL - NH - NC - CO - MI
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