Chiefs Odds of Winning Super Bowl 51

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The Kansas City Chiefs updated odds of winning Super Bowl 51 were coming in at 17/2 ahead of their Divisional Playoff game against Pittsburgh.   The payout would be $17 for every $2 bet or $170 for every $20 bet. 

The Chiefs come into this game having won 8 of their last 10 since being routed by the Steelers 43-14.  The good news for the Chiefs is that the Steelers have gone 0-4 Against The Spread in their last 4 meetings in Kansas City.

The Chiefs will offer up wide receiver Tyreek Hill and tight end Travis Kelce to take on Pittsburgh’s tough defense. Over Kansas City’s last six games, Hill and Kelce scored seven total touchdowns and contributed 45 percent of the offensive yards (470 of 2,150.)

“He is as dynamic as any tight end in football right now,” Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin said of Kelce. “He is a matchup issue — too athletic for linebackers, too big and strong often times for secondary people. Hill’s contributions have evolved since we played them. Now, he is very much a part of their routine offensive attack. He is an impactful guy and his speed and bursts are unique.”


Odds to win 2016-17 Super Bowl LI (2/5/17)



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