Most Wagered on and Least Wagered on Teams to Win 2020 Super Bowl

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Data provided by a couple of sportsbooks could create some interesting storylines for this week's NFL content.

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According to information from SportsBetting.ag and BetOnline.ag, the Super Bowl favorites are getting plenty of action, but some aren't the teams books will be rooting against the most this season. It is interesting to compare the differences between the two books.
The three players with the most action to win MVP are 24 years old or younger, and while the guy with the most bets is a bit of shocker, the fact that all three are quarterbacks is not.
The teams getting the most over/under bets for their regular season win totals hints at who the professional bettors think will outperform and underperform this year. Also, a few of the bet counts for the division odds are a bit suprising.
Also below are current Super Bowl, AFC, NFC, division and win total odds.
Teams that have received most bets to win Super Bowl:

(Report from SportsBetting.ag)

1. Cleveland Browns (8.5 percent of all wagers)
2. New England Patriots (7.4)
3. Philadelphia Eagles (6.7)
4. Kansas City Chiefs (6.3)
5. Chicago Bears (5.1)

(Report from BetOnline.ag)

1. Kansas City Chiefs (9.0 percent of all wagers)
2. New Orleans Saints (7.0)
3. New England Patriots (6.3)
4. Cleveland Browns (5.8)
5. Chicago Bears (5.6)

However, just because a team has attracted the most bets doesn't necessarily mean it could be the book's largest liability. Sometimes this is the case, but often it isn't as bets are placed at different odds. For example, if an underdog has received the sixth-most bets that team could be the book's biggest exposure.

Teams that will incur largest loss for the sportsbook if they win Super Bowl:

(Report from SportsBetting)

1. Browns
2. Eagles
3. Colts

(Report from BetOnline)

1. Browns
2. Bears
3. Packers

Teams that have received fewest bets to win Super Bowl:

(Remainder of data from SportsBetting)

1. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (0.8 percent of all wagers)
2. Tennessee Titans (1.2)
3. Cincinnati Bengals (1.3)
4. Miami Dolphins (1.3)
5. Arizona Cardinals (1.4)

Teams that have received most bets to win conference:

1. Chiefs
2. Browns
3. Patriots

1. Eagles
2. Bears
3. Cowboys

Teams that have received most bets to win division (ranked from most to least):

AFC East AFC North AFC South AFC West
1. Bills 1. Browns  1. Colts 1. Raiders 
2. Patriots 2. Steelers 2. Jaguars 2. Chargers
3. Jets 3. Ravens 3. Texans 3. Chiefs
4. Dolphins 4. Bengals 4. Titans 4. Broncos
NFC East NFC North NFC South NFC West
1. Eagles  1. Bears 1. Falcons 1. Niners
2. Cowboys 2. Packers 2. Panthers 2. Cardinals
3. Giants 3. Lions 3. Buccaneers 3. Seahawks
4. Redskins 4. Vikings 4. Saints 4. Rams

Teams that have received most bets to go OVER their regular season win total:

1. Bills
2. Colts
3. Panthers

Teams that have received most bets to go OVER their regular season win total:

1. Raiders
2. Redskins
3. Dolphins

Players that have received most bets to win MVP:

1. Deshaun Watson
2. Baker Mayfield
3. Patrick Mahomes
4. Aaron Rodgers
5. Carson Wentz

Players that have received most bets to win Offensive Rookie of the Year:

1. David Montgomery
2. Kyler Murray
3. Josh Jacobs

Players that have received most bets to win Defensive Rookie of the Year:

1. Devin Bush
2. Josh Allen
3. Nick Bosa
Division odds
AFC East AFC North AFC South AFC West
Patriots -400 Steelers +125 Texans +165 Chiefs -160
Jets +550 Browns +165 Jaguars +210 Chargers +175
Bills +800 Ravens +325 Titans +350 Broncos +1000
Dolphins +2000 Bengals +1600 Colts +400 Raiders +1600
NFC East NFC North NFC South NFC West
Eagles -150 Bears +190 Saints -150 Rams -150
Cowboys +200 Packers +190 Falcons +350 Seahawks +250
Giants +1000 Vikings +225 Panthers +450 49ers +450
Redskins +1000 Lions +800 Bucs +900 Cardinals +1600
Conference odds
AFC     NFC  
New England Patriots 7-2   New Orleans Saints 9-2
Kansas City Chiefs 4-1   Los Angeles Rams 6-1
Los Angeles Chargers 7-1   Philadelphia Eagles 6-1
Cleveland Browns 8-1   Chicago Bears 7-1
Houston Texans 8-1   Green Bay Packers 8-1
Pittsburgh Steelers 8-1   Dallas Cowboys 10-1
Jacksonville Jaguars 12-1   Minnesota Vikings 12-1
Baltimore Ravens 16-1   Seattle Seahawks 12-1
Indianapolis Colts 25-1   Atlanta Falcons 14-1
Oakland Raiders 25-1   San Francisco 49ers 14-1
Tennessee Titans 25-1   Carolina Panthers 20-1
Buffalo Bills 33-1   New York Giants 33-1
Denver Broncos 33-1   Detroit Lions 40-1
New York Jets 33-1   Tampa Bay Buccaneers 40-1
Cincinnati Bengals 80-1   Arizona Cardinals 50-1
Miami Dolphins 80-1   Washington Redskins 80-1
Super Bowl odds  
New England Patriots 7-1
Kansas City Chiefs 8-1
New Orleans Saints 8-1
Chicago Bears 12-1
Los Angeles Rams 12-1
Philadelphia Eagles 12-1
Los Angeles Chargers 14-1
Cleveland Browns 16-1
Green Bay Packers 16-1
Houston Texans 16-1
Pittsburgh Steelers 16-1
Dallas Cowboys 22-1
Jacksonville Jaguars 25-1
Minnesota Vikings 25-1
Seattle Seahawks 25-1
Atlanta Falcons 28-1
San Francisco 49ers 28-1
Baltimore Ravens 33-1
Carolina Panthers 33-1
Indianapolis Colts 50-1
Oakland Raiders 50-1
Tennessee Titans 50-1
Buffalo Bills 66-1
Denver Broncos 66-1
New York Jets 66-1
Detroit Lions 80-1
New York Giants 80-1
Tampa Bay Buccaneers 80-1
Arizona Cardinals 100-1
Cincinnati Bengals 150-1
Miami Dolphins 150-1
Washington Redskins 150-1
Team Win Total

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