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Looking ahead: 49ers have great odds to win Super Bowl in 2021

Jan 14, 2020 at 11:45 AM--


You already know that, of the four remaining playoff teams, the San Francisco 49ers have the second-best odds to win Super Bowl LIV. At least, you would know that if you read this article. Only the Kansas City Chiefs, who will host the Tennessee Titans on Sunday, have better odds to hoist the Lombardi in a few weeks.

So it's not too surprising that the Chiefs have the best odds to win next season's Super Bowl in 2021, according to SuperBook USA. The team with the second-best odds for next season? Yes, the 49ers ... and the Baltimore Ravens. The two teams are tied for second.


But that may be looking too far ahead. Right now, the 49ers are focused on Sunday's opponent in the NFC Championship Game — the Green Bay Packers — whom they will host at Levi's Stadium. A win would mean a trip to Miami for Super Bowl LIV.

After that, the 49ers can begin looking toward Super Bowl LV.

H/t to Patrick Tulini for the find.





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