The Chiefs have the best QB, the best coach, the best TE, and have won the last two Super Bowls, and yet, the odds makers DON'T have the Chiefs as the favorites to win the Super Bowl this year. Who is the favorite, and should they be the favorites?

Watch my YouTube video below for a full explanation of why I believe the odds makers in Las Vegas have it wrong, the Chiefs should be the betting favorites to win the Super Bowl.

The odds makers this morning on the FanDuel sportsbook app have the San Francisco 49ers as the favorites to win the Super Bowl this year, they are +550, compared to the team that has won the last two Super Bowls and beat the 49ers in the Super Bowl last year the Chiefs who are the second best odds to win the Super Bowl this year at +600.

I know it is nearly impossible to win 3 straight Super Bowls, and most likely the Chiefs won't win it again this year, but they ARE the favorites. There is no reason why they shouldn't be the favorites to win the Super Bowl, if they have Mahomes and Andy Reid, then they are the favorites.

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As for the 49ers, I don't even consider them the favorites to win the NFC this year let alone the Super Bowl! We have seen Kyle Shannahan's 49ers in two Super Bowls and they have blown it in both games to KC. They almost lost at home to Green Bay and Detroit in the playoffs. When you add in an aging offensive line, wide receivers who are unhappy with their contracts, and more film on how to stop Brock Purdy, I believe the 49ers are going to take a step back. Could they win the Super Bowl, sure, but with this team, I'll believe it when I see it. They should not be the favorites, that's a bad bet...

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