Alpine: World Championships 2021 American Football Baseball Basketball Biathlon: World Championships 2021 Chess Cricket Cycling Cyclo-cross Darts Esports Football Handball Horse racing Ice Hockey Motorsport Poker Politics Rugby Union Skiing: Nordic World Ski Championships 2021 Snooker Tennis Trotting WWE Yachting Other sports Other odds Old odds Sports Betting Casinos Casinoranker

Super Bowl odds

Who wins Super Bowl February 7, 2021?

Odd unit: EU | UK | US

We have finally made it to the Super Bowl during the 2020 NFL season. Many fans have been waiting for this moment for a very long time and they will finally be able to see their favorite team out on the big stage in their efforts to take home the Lombardi trophy. This year, we will see Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in their home stadium facing off against Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs, the reigning champions of the league.

Brady hasn’t been playing his best football throughout the postseason so far, throwing three interceptions in his last game, but his team has been able to rally around him anyways, taking down Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers, Drew Brees and the New Orleans Saints and finally Taylor Heinicke and the Washington Football Team en route to his 10th Super Bowl appearance. He will have arguably the toughest task of them all in this game as Mahomes and company seem unbeatable right now.

They knocked off the surging Cleveland Browns despite Mahomes going down with an injury in the second half then followed that game up with a statement win over Josh Allen and a tough Buffalo Bills team. Mahomes has only lost one playoff game throughout his entire NFL career and with the talent that he has surrounding him I do not see them losing this contest.

The combination of Tyreek Hill along with Travis Kelce have been fantastic for them all season long and nobody has had an answer just yet. Not to mention the fact that they have been improving in the run game with Clyde Edwards Helaire taking more carries as the season has progressed. These two teams met up with each other earlier in the season with the Chiefs winning that game by only one score even though it felt as though the Chiefs dominated them. Hill was able to score two touchdowns and put up over 200 receiving yards in the first quarter in that matchup, with Tampa Bay having virtually no answer for the fastest player in the league.

His dominance in that game resulted in superstar tight end Kelce to break open a few times and come away with some fantastic grabs to put his team in a position to win. Kansas City has also gotten so much better defensively in the last few games, with their veteran safeties and young corners seemingly improving on every snap. Tampa Bay is going to need their star-studded receiving corps to make some plays against this talented defense if they have any hopes of securing the organizations second Super Bowl victory.

Normally, I would select the Chiefs in this game due to their consistency and utter dominance throughout the year, but I have learned to never doubt Brady, especially after the postseason that he has had this year. There is no reason to believe that he will throw three interceptions like he did in the NFC championship game against the Packers, he will be far more prepared as should be looking for a revenge game and yet another Super Bowl to his collection. This may be one of the greatest Super Bowl of all time!