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Full list of Bills Super Bowl 54 odds

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

Tre’Davious White of the Buffalo Bills intercepts a pass intended for Diontae Johnson of the Pittsburgh Steelers in the third quarter during the game at Heinz Field on December 15, 2019 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Photo by Justin Berl/Getty Images

The Buffalo Bills head into the 2020 NFL Playoffs a longshot to get to Super Bowl 54. However, they have two things going for them heading into their opener against the Houston Texans. They have a great defense, they are relatively healthy, and they got some much-needed rest in Week 17.

Odds to get to and win Super Bowl 54

To reach Super Bowl 54: +2600
To win Super Bowl 54: +5000

Only ten Wild Card teams have made it to the Super Bowl since the Wild Card system began in 1970. It doesn’t help matters that Buffalo is in the same conference as the best team in football. If the Bills upset the Texans, their Divisional round opponent would depend on the Titans-Patriots outcome. The Ravens and Chiefs are both tough outs, but if Buffalo could upend one of those two, an AFC title game upset is not exactly so far-fetched.

Super Bowl 54 matchup odds

The Bills have six possible opponents if they get to Super Bowl 54, and the odds mostly descend based on seeding. The one difference is the Saints are viewed much more optimistically than the Packers. Bills-Packers might be the best value among these six possible matchups because of how undervalued Green Bay is right now. The Packers have a first round bye, which offers a significant leg up compared to teams playing in the Wild Card game.

Bills-Seahawks is a super long shot, but might be my favorite of these matchups. Seeing Josh Allen and Russell Wilson squaring off would be a fascinating matchup. Bills vs. the 49ers, Saints, or Packers would all offer intriguing chess matchups between Buffalo’s defense and those prolific offenses.

Bills vs. 49ers: +7000
Bills vs. Saints: +10000
Bills vs. Packers: +15000
Bills vs. Eagles: +37500
Bills vs. Seahawks: +37500
Bills vs. Vikings: +50000

Exact Super Bowl 54 outcome odds

The six possible opponents brings 12 possible results, and they provide a hint at who would be favored in each game. The Bills look like they would be underdogs in all six matchups, although not by a large margin against Philadelphia, Seattle, and Minnesota. If you want to bet on a Bills upset, wins over Green Bay and San Francisco strike me as the most intriguing. If Buffalo makes the Super Bowl, odds are good they face a team that had a first round bye. You can go with one of the longer shots, but 200-1 or 350-1 is plenty long enough as is.

49ers beat Bills: +9500
Saints beat Bills: +12500
Bills beat 49ers: +20000
Packers beat Bills: +20000
Bills beat Saints: +25000
Bills beat Packers: +35000
Eagles beat Bills: +50000
Seahawks beat Bills: +50000
Bills beat Eagles: +75000
Bills beat Seahawks: +75000
Vikings beat Bills: +75000
Bills beat Vikings: +100000

Super Bowl 54 MVP odds

Quarterbacks get the heaviest odds, so betting on Allen wouldn’t be the worst idea. But if you want to go extra long, Tre’Davious White is intriguing. A big interception could swing the Super Bowl for the Bills, and White is as good a bet as any to get that pick. It’s a long shot, but the Bills getting to the Super Bowl is a longshot, and his odds are only going to get shorter the further the Bills advance.

Josh Allen: +7000
Devin Singletary: +25000
John Brown: +25000
Tre’Davious White: +50000

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