Odds aren’t looking good for a Bears Super Bowl appearance

The Chiefs are early favorites to win Super Bowl LV with 7/1 odds. The Bears come in at 40/1.

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Oddsmakers don’t have much confidence in Mitch Trubisky and the Bears’ chances of reaching Super Bowl LV next year.

Oddsmakers don’t have much confidence in Mitch Trubisky and the Bears’ chances of reaching Super Bowl LV next year.

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Let’s check in with the good folks at the Way Too Early Department.

The oddsmakers at Sports Betting Dime have established the Chiefs as 7/1 favorites to win Super Bowl LV next year. The Ravens (8/1), 49ers (10/1) and Saints (10/1) round out the top 4.

The Bears are listed at 40/1, with the Packers coming in at 24/1 and the Patriots at 15/1.

SBD oddsmakers are laying 2/3 that Tom Brady is the Patriots’ starter in Week 1, and 6/1 odds that he’ll be calling plays for the Chargers. The odds are 29/1 that he is not on a Week 1 roster.

Five quarterbacks — Patrick Mahomes (5/1), Lamar Jackson (6/1), Russell Wilson (8/1), DeShaun Watson (9/1) and Carson Wentz (11/1) — were given the best odds to be named NFL MVP next season.

The Redskins, at 7/1, were given the best odds to finish with the worst record in 2020.

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