Super Bowl Odds for Each Team Entering the Playoffs
Look, I'm not going to lie. The Bills and their fans totally deserve to experience the playoffs -- no fanbase should have to endure nearly 20 years of losing like they have -- but let's be real: they don't have a very good chance to actually win the Super Bowl. As cool as it would be, we know it's probably not going to happen.
The Bills, unsurprisingly, have the worst odds to win both their conference and the Super Bowl according to our algorithm. Here's a look at the rest of the field:
|Team||Conference Champion Odds||Super Bowl Champion Odds|
|New England Patriots||46.80%||25.27%|
|New Orleans Saints||14.05%||7.30%|
|Los Angeles Rams||12.74%||6.25%|
|Kansas City Chiefs||6.15%||2.07%|
You may notice that the Jaguars actually have better odds to reach the Super Bowl than the Saints do despite New Orleans being a better bet to win it all, but that mostly has to do with a weak AFC. Otherwise, the rest of the chart is pretty straightforward. And, yes, we're looking at another NFL playoff where the Patriots are clear favorites.