Free tips Who Will Win the Super Bowl? NFL Conference Games & Super Bowl Betting Previews
Green Bay Packers look the value Super Bowl bet
We’re now down to the final three playoff games in the current NFL season, with next Sunday (24th January 2021) seeing the two Conference title deciders before Super Bowl LV takes place in Tampa, Florida, on 7th February.
So who will win the Super Bowl? Well, Aaron Rodgers will be carrying our hopes (and dollars) this time but he will have to beat the ‘GOAT’ in the NFC Championship game.
While the remaining 28 franchises are already looking ahead to next season and focusing their attention on the best NFL draft prospects, four teams still retain dreams of lifting the Vince Lombardi trophy and claiming the title at Super Bowl 55.
Recommended Conference & Super Bowl Bets:
- Green Bay Packers to beat Tampa Bay Buccaneers @ 25/48 with bet365*
- Buffalo Bills +3 Points Spread v Kansas City Chiefs @ 10/11 with William Hill
- Super Bowl LV Outright Winner – Green Bay Packers @ 11/5 with BetVictor
NFC – Packers v Buccaneers (aka Aaron Rodgers vs Tom Brady)
In the NFC Championship game, the Green Bay Packers host the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in what will be billed as a battle between future Hall of Fame quarterbacks Aaron Rodgers and Tom Brady.
This battle of the QB’s looks likely to be the decisive factor here. The head-to-head stands at 2-1 in favour of Brady but this is their first meeting in the NFL Playoffs.
The legend that is Brady stayed on course for a potential seventh Super Bowl title as he steered the Buccaneers to a 30-20 win at the New Orleans Saints in the NFC Divisional playoffs and, in doing so, may have hastened the NFL departure of another veteran QB in Drew Brees.
If it was to be a farewell performance from Brees last Sunday, it was one he will quickly want to forget after throwing three interceptions as the Saints again suffered post-season disappointment.
The Buccaneers won 38-10 when they met the Packers in the regular season, but it could be Green Bay coming out on top on this occasion.
Packers v Buccaneers Betting Odds
AFC – Fitness of Patrick Mahomes key to Chiefs’ Super Bowl LV hopes
The big question in the AFC Championship game between the Kansas City Chiefs and the Buffalo Bills will be on the fitness of Patrick Mahomes in the build-up to the game after suffering concussion in Sunday’s 23-17 victory over the Cleveland Browns.
Could back-up quarterback Chad Henne make his first career playoff start for the Chiefs at the age of 35?
It will be the third straight year that the Chiefs have hosted the AFC title game, but if Mahomes is ruled out, the Buffalo Bills will definitely fancy their chances to return to the Super Bowl for the first time in 27 years.
The Chiefs won 26-17 when the teams met in the regular season, but the Bills are averaging 34.7 points per game since Week 9 of the regular season and have the utmost confidence in quarterback Josh Allen.
Chiefs v Bills Betting Odds
The current uncertainty over Mahomes makes the Bills look worth an interest on the Point Spread market.
Who will win the Super Bowl ?
In terms of winning Super Bowl LV itself, the doubts as to Mahomes’ availability for the Chiefs in the AFC Championship game raises a big enough question mark to make the Green Bay Packers (11/5 with BetVictor) the team to back for the overall title.
* NFL & Super Bowl betting odds quoted correct at the time of publication. All odds are subject to change.