Chiefs, Packers, Vikings, Bears odds to win Super Bowl LV

Written By Matt Burke on February 20, 2020 - Last Updated on January 22, 2021
Chiefs Packers

Iowa residents and visitors bet over $6.5 million on this month’s Super Bowl alone.

So there is certainly an appetite for the NFL in the Hawkeye State.

Helping matters is that Iowa is completely surrounded by rabid NFL fanbases.

There are the Vikings to the North.

The Packers to the Northeast.

The Chiefs to the South.

And the Bears to the East.

Midwestern monsters – Chiefs Packers Vikings Bears

Every state goes through NFL betting withdrawals this time of year. But it’s never too early to start looking at next season.

All of Iowa’s neighborhood NFL teams are expected to be contenders once again. Three of the four neighbors made the playoffs this past season with the lone exception being Chicago. The Bears, of course, did make the postseason in the season prior. So 2020 could certainly be a rebound year for Matt Nagy’s crew.

Here are the Super Bowl odds at top legal online sportsbooks for the aforementioned set of teams.


Chiefs +650

Vikings +1800

Packers +2200

Bears +3300


Chiefs +600

Vikings +2000

Packers +1800

Bears +3500

888 Sport

Chiefs +600

Packers +1800

Vikings +2000

Bears +3500

There’s always the XFL

Need a football fix right now? There’s always the XFL.

The lone Midwest representative of the XFL are the St. Louis BattleHawks, who are 9/1 to win the league championship right now at most sportsbooks.

The BattleHawks are currently 1-1 on the season after beating Dallas in Week 1 and falling to Houston in Week 2.

St. Louis hosts the New York Guardians this Sunday on ESPN (3 p.m.).

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Matt Burke is the Site Runner for PlayCA, PlayColorado, PlayIllinois, PlayIA, PlayMaineOnline, Play MA, PlayMichigan, PlayNHOnline and PlayNY. Matt was the Founder and previously served as the Editor in Chief of MetroBet - a digital and print sports betting platform - and was the Executive Sports Editor at Metro US Newspapers (NY, Boston, Philadelphia). Matt has covered Super Bowls, Final Fours and is a graduate of the University of Connecticut.

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