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Full list of Saints Super Bowl 54 odds

We’ve got a rundown of New Orleans’ odds to get to and win Super Bowl 54, what potential matchups might look like, and who on the team could win MVP.

New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees and New Orleans Saints wide receiver Michael Thomas walk to the field before the game against the Tennessee Titans at Nissan Stadium. Christopher Hanewinckel-USA TODAY Sports

The New Orleans Saints somehow put together one of the more impressive 13-3 seasons in the NFL. Yet, in a competitive NFC, the Saints find themselves playing on Wild Card weekend as the No. 3 seed behind the Green Bay Packers and San Francisco 49ers. New Orleans will have to face the Minnesota Vikings, in a rematch of the 2018 “Minneapolis Miracle” in which Stefon Diggs caught a last-second TD to send the Vikings to the NFC Championship game. Regardless of the path, Drew Brees and the Saints are well equipped for a run at Super Bowl 54.

Odds to get to and win Super Bowl 54

To reach Super Bowl 54: +240
To win Super Bowl 54: +600

The Saints have the second best odds to make it out of the conference and the fourth best odds to win it all behind the 49ers, Baltimore Ravens and Kansas City Chiefs. New Orleans has the luxury of not having to go through the Niners until the Championship game, which obviously helps. Instead, they’d need to beat a pair of NFC North opponents — Vikings and Packers — before playing San Fran. New Orleans almost beat the 49ers during the regular season and can stack up with San Fran’s offense. It would come down to a defensive stop or two to decide a potential trip to Miami.

Super Bowl 54 matchup odds

The Saints have two potential matchups in the top 6 among odds for who will play in the Super Bowl. Overall, a matchup against Baltimore of Kansas City appears to be a strong outcome, though New Orleans has had a penchant for falling short in recent seasons. Like the Packers, the Saints made it and won a Super Bowl a while back (2009) and haven’t returned since despite various winning teams.

It’d be nice to finally see Brees vs. Tom Brady in a Super Bowl, but those odds are steep now that many believe the New England Patriots doesn’t have another run in them. I feel like we were robbed of Saints-Patriots last season. A Brees vs. Patrick Mahomes matchup in the reigning MVPs Super Bowl debut would make for an exciting atmosphere in Miami. Or even a matchup with who should be named 2019 MVP — Lamar Jackson vs. Brees.

Saints vs. Ravens: +550
Saints vs. Chiefs: +900
Saints vs. Patriots: +2500
Saints vs. Texans: +7000
Saints vs. Titans: +9000
Saints vs. Bills: +10000

Exact Super Bowl 54 outcome odds

The book believes the Saints would be favored against every AFC opponent other than the Ravens and Chiefs, which makes a lot of sense. I still think the Saints match up well against Kansas City and should have the edge over Mahomes. New Orleans has a better run defense and at least have Marcus Lattimore to help contain Tyreek Hill. I also don’t know how much I’d put Lamar Jackson and the Ravens ahead of an experienced Saints team with an explosive offense in a good-weather game in Super Bowl 54.

Ravens beat Saints +900
Saints beat Ravens +1250
Chiefs beat Saints +1500
Saints beat Chiefs +1800
Saints beat Patriots +4000
Patriots beat Saints +5000
Saints beat Texans +9000
Saints beat Titans +11500
Saints beat Bills +12500
Texans beat Saints +20000
Bills beat Saints +25000
Titans beat Saints +25000

Super Bowl 54 MVP odds

Assuming the Saints make it to the Super Bowl and win, Brees would likely take home the award unless Thomas or Kamara has a huge game. Brees won SB MVP back in 2009 when New Orleans took down Peyton Manning and the Indianapolis Colts. This is likely Brees’ last shot at a title, so sending him off with a second award would be fitting. I think Thomas and Kamara have sneaky potential for this award. Thomas in particular. In order for Hill to even get in the conversation, we’d have to have a scenario where a specific play he’s involved in directly impacts the outcome of the game. If it were a low-scoring Super Bowl and Hill ends up scoring on a trick play to give the Saints the win, that’s how Hill wins MVP. Cook isn’t a bad play either if you think the Saints get there.

Drew Brees +800
Michael Thomas +2000
Alvin Kamara +3300
Taysom Hill +6600
Jared Cook +10000
Cameron Jordan +15000

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