Super Bowl 2021 Massive Bonus Exacta Odds by William Hill USA

The countdown is on to one of the biggest sporting events of 2021 as less than three weeks remain until we reach the pinnacle of the football season: Super Bowl LV.

Defending champions the Kansas City Chiefs remain +200 favorites to become the first back-to-back winners in 17 years. Moneyline wagers are fine and dandy, but there are greater profits to be had at William Hill, which is offering customers in the United States premium odds on its exacta market.

A more profitable spin on your usual Super Bowl wagering, exacta lines allow punters to bet precisely which team will beat which opponent in the NFL decider, with bonus winnings at stake for any bettors savvy enough to predict the road to the final as it plays out.

The Chiefs (14-2) and the Green Bay Packers (13-3) clinched the top seeds in the AFC and NFC, respectively, and are most favored to reach the Super Bowl as a result. A bet on Kansas City to beat Aaron Rodgers & Co. in the decider yields +500 odds, while the reverse wager returns a price of +650.

Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes was named Most Valuable Player in last year’s Super Bowl and hopes to improve his supreme post-season record when Kansas City meet the Cleveland Browns in their divisional playoff this Sunday (Jan. 17):

However, the Super Bowl has a habit of throwing up at leat one surprise entry, one who storms the playoffs from obscurity to reach the biggest fixture in football. The Philadelphia Eagles, Los Angeles Rams and San Francisco 49ers are some examples of teams who reached the final hurdle against the odds in recent years, and several contenders stick out this year.

For one, the Baltimore Ravens look capable of upsets after they beat the Tennessee Titans 20-13 in the wild card round. Baltimore’s defense has been superb all season and restricted the Titans to their lowest score of the 2020 season, while quarterback Lamar Jackson was in blazing form:

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The Ravens are slight underdogs to beat the Buffalo Bills in their divisional playoff Saturday (Jan. 16), not to mention they’d then have to beat the Chiefs or Browns in the following round. That being said, teams with great defense have a habit of excelling at this stage of the football season, even more so with a superb running game and an X-factor star like Jackson.

As for who their opponent might be, it’s very plausible we’ll see the New Orleans Saints make it to Raymond James Stadium in what could well be the last season for franchise star Drew Brees. The Saints look like good value to beat Tom Brady’s Tampa Bay Buccaneers this weekend considering they did so twice in the regular season, most recently dominating this fixture 38-3 in Week 9:

The +2500 odds for a Ravens win over the Saints look very backable considering the motivations and momentum running in favor of both teams, each of whom had to battle through hard-fought wild cards to reach this point.

Exacta odds spike around teams like the Los Angeles Rams, who look the least favored to lift this season’s crown. A Rams win over Cleveland in Super Bowl LV brings back a massive +27500 price, signifying just how unlikely that outcome looks to sportsbooks and pundits alike.

Prediction: Ravens beat Saints to win Super Bowl LV (+2500)

Super Bowl LV Exacta Highlights

Super Bowl Outcome

Odds

Chiefs Beat Packers

+500

Packers Beat Chiefs

+650

Chiefs Beat Saints

+700

Bills Beat Packers

+1000

Buccaneers Beat Chiefs

+1500

Packers Beat Ravens

+1800

Ravens Beat Packers

+2000

Chiefs Beat Rams

+2200

Ravens Beat Saints

+2500

Rams Beat Chiefs

+3500

Ravens Beat Rams

+7000

Browns Beat Saints

+8000

Buccaneers Beat Browns

+10000

Rams Beat Browns

+27500

 

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