Okay BetUS NFL online betting faithful, will the Kansas City Chiefs – or one of the other top favorites – claim this season’s Super Bowl 55 hardware? Could the 2021 Super Bowl champ be a middle-of-the-pack title contender or will it a longshot playoff hopeful that no one saw coming?
With Week 10 of the 2020 campaign quickly approaching, I’ve identified six of the top Super Bowl long shots in the BetUS sportsbook in an effort to help you maximize your chances of cashing in on all of your Super Bowl futures odds wagers.
Now, let’s get to the task at hand.
Green Bay +1000
The Packers are sitting at 6-2 and should have a very decent chance to reach Super Bowl Odds, even if they’re not favored to win the NFC Championship. Not only is Green Bay ranked an encouraging seventh in total offense, but the Packers are well-balanced in ranking eighth in passing and 10th in rushing while ranking a stellar third in scoring (31.6 ppg).
On the other side of the ball, Green Bay hasn’t been quite as good, in allowing 25.5 points per game to rank a modest 17th in points allowed, but they’ve been far from awful on defense. Green Bay’s 37-30 Week 3 win over New Orleans showed me that the Packers can beat any team in the league when they’re firing on all cylinders, Besides, when you have a superstar quarterback the caliber of Aaron Rodgers, you’re always going to have a chance in almost every game.
The Seahawks are also 6-2 heading into Week 10, Like the Packers, Seattle has one of the game’s very best quarterbacks in Russell Wilson. The NFC West leaders put up a league-leading 34.3 points per game while ranking first in passing with Wilson having an MVP-caliber campaign. While the Seahawks can put points on the board with any team in the league, Seattle’s abysmal defense, (30.4 ppg, 30th), could derail their Super Bowl chances. Then again, Seattle could simply outscore their way to a Super Bowl 55 win because Russell Wilson is just that good!
Buffalo is sitting at 7-2 heading into Week 10 and the Bills look like a good long shot Super Bowl pick for a few reasons. First, quarterback Josh Allen has improved by leaps and bounds and has the AFC East division leaders ranked seventh in passing and a decent, but not great, 14th in scoring (26.5 ppg). While the Bills rank in the middle third across the board defensively, everyone knows Buffalo has an outstanding defense that can shut down even the best offensive teams in the league. If Allen and the defense both play at a high level in the same game, make no mistake about it, the Bills will be difficult for anyone to beat!
Tennessee is another team with only two losses as we head into Week 10. The Titans rank sixth in rushing and seventh in scoring behind Derrick Henry and Ryan Tannehill and that alone should keep them in just about every game they play from here on in. Tennessee’s defense has been lacking in ranking 25th overall and 16th in points allowed (25.1 ppg), but just last season the Titans made a run to the AFC Championship game where they put up a great effort before falling to Kansas City. If the defense stiffens up as we move further into the second half of the season, I see no reason why the Titans can’t at least make a repeat appearance in the conference title game.
Outside of the Chiefs, Saints, Steelers, and Buccaneers, these four Super Bowl long shots have the best chances of reaching – and winning – Super Bowl 55!