Super Bowl 55 had barely ended before oddsmakers adjusted lines for next year’s Super Bowl, and it’s no surprise to see the Kansas City Chiefs the favorites at +500, according to an update from the Westgate SuperBook in Las Vegas.

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Kansas City Chief QB Patrick Mahomes and head coach Andy Reid, seen here on the sideline of Super Bowl 55, are the odds favorites to win Super Bowl 56. (Image: Getty)

The Tampa Bay Bucs are the second-highest favorite on the futures board at +800 odds to win back-to-back championships in Super Bowl 56. The Bucs will now try to become the ninth championship team in NFL history to win consecutive Super Bowls.

  • Kansas City Chiefs +500
  • Tampa Bay Buccaneers +800
  • Green Bay Packers +1000
  • Buffalo Bills +1000
  • Baltimore Ravens +1200
  • New Orleans Saints +1400
  • LA Rams +1600
  • San Francisco 49ers +1600
  • Seattle Seahawks +2000
  • Miami Dolphins +2000
  • Pittsburgh Steelers +3000
  • Cleveland Browns +3000
  • LA Chargers +3000
  • Dallas Cowboys +3000
  • Indianapolis Colts +3000
  • Arizona Cardinals +3000

The Bucs were +1100 odds at the SuperBook as of last week, but their odds jumped after Tom Brady and Bruce Arians hoisted the Super Bowl trophy at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa last night. The Bucs become the first team in NFL history to win the Super Bowl in their own home stadium.

Just last week, the Chiefs were +575 odds to win next year’s Super Bowl. After the loss, their number bumped to +500.

The LA Rams were +2000 odds last week before news broke that they traded Jared Goff to the Detroit Lions in exchange for Matthew Stafford. The Rams, the runner-up in Super Bowl 53, are now +1600 odds to win Super Bowl 56.

Rest of the Herd: Pats at +6000

The Green Bay Packers saw their Super Bowl 56 odds downtick from +900 to +1000 at the SuperBook, while the Buffalo Bills saw an uptick from +1100 to +1000.

Bills Mafia is probably the fan base most bummed out about the Bucs’ Super Bowl 55 victory, aside from Kansas City. The prevailing thought in Buffalo was that if the Chiefs won Super Bowl 55 as back-to-back champions, it would be damn near impossible for Mahomes and company to pull off a three-peat, which has never happened in NFL history. The Bills were hoping to take advantage of a back-to-back Super Bowl hangover. Now, the Chiefs will be on a mission to win Super Bowl 56, which doesn’t bode well for Josh Allen and the Bills.

  • Las Vegas Raiders +4000
  • Tennessee Titans +4000
  • Minnesota Vikings +4000
  • Carolina Panthers +5000
  • New England Patriots +6000
  • Jacksonville Jaguars +6000
  • Denver Broncos +6000
  • Philadelphia Eagles +6000
  • Chicago Bears +6000
  • Atlanta Falcons +6000
  • NY Giants +8000
  • Washington Football Team +8000
  • Detroit Lions +10000
  • NY Jets +10000
  • Cincinnati Bengals +10000
  • Houston Texans +10000

Meanwhile, Bill Belichick and the New England Patriots are +6000 odds to win the Super Bowl next year. The Pats have to figure out their quarterback situation next season after they plugged in Cam Newton for this season. Perhaps they should’ve done everything in their power to retain Tom Brady?

The Texans are expected to lose disgruntled quarterback Deshaun Watson, who wants a trade to the Jets or Dolphins.

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