If you’re flying high after winning big at your Super Bowl party, looking to recoup some of your losses, or simply one of those compulsive types, then RJ Bell of Pregame.com – the Associated Press’ exclusive odds provider – has just the thing for you … 2019 Super Bowl Odds:
2019 SUPER BOWL Odds
GB, Pit 10/1
Dal, Atl, LAR, NO 20/1
KC, Car, Sea 30/1
Den, Ind, LAC 40/1
Ari, Bal, Ten 50/1
Mia, NYG 75/1
Buf, Cin, NYJ 125/1
— RJ Bell (@RJinVegas) February 5, 2018
The Chicago Bears opened up with 150-to-1 odds to win Super Bowl LIII.
This should come as no surprise, because the Bears are coming off their fourth straight season with 10+ losses and will enter the 2019 season with a new head coach, a second-year QB, and lots of questions throughout the roster. Those teams never get any love from the book.
But at least the Bears don’t have the worst odds to hoist the Lombardi Trophy in 2019 … right?
Only the Cleveland Browns (175-to-1) are a longer long-shot than the Bears to win it all, which is to be expected because, you know, they’re the Browns. They didn’t win any of the 16 games they played in 2017 and even lost to the Bears. Yeah, that’ll get you the worst odds in the league.
Kevin Fishbain of The Athletic tweets that Bovada has the Bears’ odds of winning the Super Bowl opened at 100-to-1 – which tied them with the Browns as the longest long-shots to win it all in 2019. On the other side of the betting slip, the New England Patriots opened up at 5-to-1 to win the Super Bowl, according to both Pregame and Bovada.
Never tell me the odds, but if you do, tell me they’re among the longest in the game. Those are the most profitable, you know.