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Chargers Daily Links: Bolts have 9th-best odds to win Super Bowl LVI

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The Chargers have improved by leaps and bounds this offseason and the 2021 season hype might be the most-justifiable compared to the buzz surrounding the team in recent offseasons.

As things stand right now, the Bolts are tied at the eighth-best odds to win Super Bowl LVI at +3000 (per BetMGM) alongside the Cardinals, Dolphins, Patriots, and Seahawks. The Chiefs have the best odds at +450 and the Broncos are somehow above the Chargers at +2000, tied for the seventh-best odds with the Colts.

I’m not sure of the reasoning behind their place above L.A., but Vegas always seems to know something everyone else doesn’t.

Here’s all the teams with better or the same offs as the Chargers to win this year’s Super Bowl:

  • Chiefs - +450
  • Bucs - +700
  • Ravens - +1200
  • Bills - +1200
  • Rams - +1200
  • 49ers +1400
  • Browns +1600
  • Packers - +1800
  • Broncos - +2000
  • Colts - +2000
  • Cowboys - +2500
  • Cardinals - +3000
  • Chargers - +3000
  • Dolphins - +3000
  • Patriots - +3000
  • Seahawks - +3000

What do you all think of the team’s current odds? Too low? Too high? How would you change any of the odds if you could? Let me know in the comments below.

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