A clean sweep for Divisional Round favorites was thwarted on Sunday night in New Orleans where the Buccaneers took down the Saints to advance to the NFC Championship Game against the top-seeded Packers at Lambeau Field this Sunday. Earlier in the day, the Chiefs survived a scary second-half injury to star quarterback Patrick Mahomes to survive the Browns, setting up a matchup with the Bills in the AFC Championship Game. Undoubtedly, both games are rife with storylines and intrigue as oddsmakers expect tight contests in both matchups, leaving the latest Super Bowl odds a virtual toss up.

Ahead of this Sunday’s conference championship games, the latest Super Bowl 55 odds show things remain wide open. The Chiefs and Packers lead the way at +200 and +220, respectively, while the Bills (+325) and Buccaneers (+450) follow.

Current Super Bowl Odds

Before we get to the latest Super Bowl odds, let’s first take a look at the early odds for the conference championship matchups.

Buccaneers vs. Packers Odds (Sunday, January 24, 3:05 PM ET)

Team Spread Moneyline Total
Buccaneers +3.5 (-108) +160 O 51.5
Packers -3.5 (-113) -195 U 51.5


Bills vs. Chiefs Odds (Sunday, January 24, 6:40 PM ET)

Team Spread Moneyline Total
Buccaneers +3.5 (-108) +160 O 51.5
Packers -3.5 (-113) -195 U 51.5

On the NFC side, oddsmakers at DraftKings Sportsbook have installed the Packers as a 3.5-point favorite in a compelling matchup between two all-time great quarterbacks in Tom Brady and Aaron Rodgers. Both teams enter this contest red-hot and feature explosive offenses.

In the AFC matchup, the uncertainty regarding Patrick Mahomes’ status after the star quarterback suffered a concussion against the Browns has shortened up this line considerably. The Chiefs are in the midst of an 0-8-1 ATS run, so the short spread isn’t as surprising as it may seem. If Mahomes is cleared to play later in the week, the guess is that we will see the line move back over -3.

Kansas City Chiefs (+200)

Will Patrick Mahomes play? That’s the question around the NFL this morning as the Chiefs barely survived a spirited upset attempt by the Browns. After building a 19-3 lead early, it appeared Kansas City was about to break things wide-open, but then, well:

In an ironic twist, Chiefs head coach Andy Reid, who was maligned for most of his career for poor clock management, made an outstanding fourth-and-one call to seal the game late. Still, the Chiefs continued a pattern of unimpressive victories that have failed to cover the spread over the last 2.5 months. Kansas City was once viewed as a heavy favorite to repeat, but that is no longer the case.

Green Bay Packers (+220)

Aaron Rodgers and the Packers took apart the the NFL’s No. 1 defense on the way scoring 30+ points in a two-score victory over the Rams. For weeks, the Packers have been the slight favorite to represent the NFC in the Super Bowl, and that hasn’t changed following their latest victory. They will host the surging Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Sunday¬† in what, from a pre-game narrative standpoint, could shape up to be an all-time NFC Championship Game.

Buffalo Bills (+325)

The Bills high-powered offense wasn’t so high-powered against Baltimore on Saturday night, but the defense swung the game’s momentum when cornerback Taron Johnson picked off a Lamar Jackson pass in the end zone and returned it 101 yards for a touchdown. The city of Buffalo remains in a frenzy and ahead of this Sunday’s date with the Chiefs, many believe that not only are the Bills a team of destiny, they are also both talented and deep enough to knock off the Chiefs–with or without Mahomes.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers (+450)

Ah, yes. Tom Brady, America’s underdog. Okay. Maybe not quite, but the Bucs have the longest odds of the remaining teams to hoist the Lombardi Trophy come next month. That said, the Bucs are also just one win away from becoming the first team to play a Super Bowl in their home stadium.