With the NFL draft in the rearview mirror, no team has been able to jump on reigning Super Bowl champion Kansas City Chiefs as a favorite to hoist the Lombardi Trophy in Tampa for Super Bowl LV next season . According to the latest ratings from William Hill Sports Book, KC is still looked upon with tenderness by both the odds – they are a 4/1 shot to repeat – and the public, as they lead all teams, attracting 8% of the total number of tickets for William Hill and 23% of total wages.
That said, there has been some movement since the publication of the initial ratings, especially after the 2020 project. Thanks to the signing of Tom Brady in free agency and the acquisition of tight end Rob Gronkowski in an exchange along with New England, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers have been a popular bettor club as they are second in the total number of tickets and dollars wagered on William Hill. . Tampa opened at 50/1 and has since gone up to 14/1, which is behind only Kansas City, Baltimore, San Francisco, New Orleans and Dallas.
Here’s a quick breakdown of William Hill’s latest Super Bowl LV odds (as of April 28):
The biggest Super Bowl term bet through William Hill was not a club currently in the top 10 odds. Bettor placed $ 10,000 bet on Colts when they were 45/1 to win the Super Bowl, which would bring in $ 460,000 if Indianapolis is able to win their third Super Bowl title in history of the franchise.
It was a rather transformative off-season for Indy. They recruited veteran quarterback Philip Rivers, who finds Colts head coach Frank Reich, and were able to swap defensive tackle DeForest Buckner. They also added wide receiver Michael Pittman and ball carrier Jonathan Taylor to the 2020 draft. While this bettor was able to sneak into this big bet at 45/1, Indy’s chances of winning the Super Bowl have been since passed to 25/1.
Other big bets on the Super Bowl LV futures contract at William Hill include $ 6,000 on bills at 35/1, which would bring in $ 216,000, and $ 4,000 on Titans at 40/1, which brings in $ 164,000. Those chances have also dropped since then, with the Bills now 20/1 and the Titans 35/1.