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Cleveland Browns open with 33-1 odds to win Super Bowl LV

SportsBetting.ag has given the Cleveland Browns 33-1 odds to win Super Bowl LV at the end of the 2020 season.

CLEVELAND — Super Bowl LIV is still more than two weeks away.

But it's never too early to look ahead to next year.

Even with the NFL's conference championship games still to come this weekend, sportsbooks have gotten a head start on forecasting which teams have the best chance of winning it all at the end of the 2020 season. On Wednesday, SportsBetting.ag released its odds for Super Bowl LV, which will be played in Tampa, Florida, on Feb.  7, 2021.

The full list of early Super Bowl LV odds are as follows:

  • Kansas City Chiefs 7-1
  • Baltimore Ravens 8-1
  • San Francisco 49ers 8-1
  • New England Patriots 12-1
  • New Orleans Saints 14-1
  • Dallas Cowboys 16-1
  • Pittsburgh Steelers 16-1
  • Green Bay Packers 20-1
  • Atlanta Falcons 25-1
  • Chicago Bears 25-1
  • Los Angeles Chargers 25-1
  • Los Angeles Rams 25-1
  • Minnesota Vikings 25-1
  • Seattle Seahawks 25-1
  • Cleveland Browns 33-1
  • Houston Texans 33-1
  • Indianapolis Colts 33-1
  • Philadelphia Eagles 33-1
  • Buffalo Bills 40-1
  • Denver Broncos 50-1
  • Jacksonville Jaguars 50-1
  • Las Vegas Raiders 50-1
  • Tennessee Titans 50-1
  • Carolina Panthers 66-1
  • New York Giants 66-1
  • New York Jets 66-1
  • Tampa Bay Buccaneers 66-1
  • Arizona Cardinals 80-1
  • Cincinnati Bengals 100-1
  • Detroit Lions 100-1
  • Miami Dolphins 100-1
  • Washington Redskins 100-1

At 33-1, the Cleveland Browns' odds are tied with three other teams for the 15th-best in the NFL and the third-highest in the AFC North. That marks a drastic difference from last offseason, when the Browns' Super Bowl odds opened at 20-1 -- the 11th best in the league -- before climbing all the way to 7-1 following the acquisition of star wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr.

Cleveland, however, failed to make good on those Super Bowl hopes, turning in a 6-10 record en route to missing the postseason for an NFL-high 17th straight season. That season led to the firing of general manager John Dorsey and head coach Freddie Kitchens, the latter of which the Browns replaced with Minnesota Vikings offensive coordinator Kevin Stefanski.

Of course, plenty can change between not only now and the start of the season, but the end of next season as well. And if you believe Cleveland is closer to a championship than its 6-10 record this past season indicated, 33-1 odds could be considered a great value.

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