NFL Super Bowl odds 2021: Predictions, expert picks, values, top targets, advice, bets from Vegas insider
R.J. White has crushed the Las Vegas SuperContest twice
- by CBS Sports Staff
- Apr 16, 2020 at 2:16 pm ET • 3 min read
Tom Brady stunned the NFL when he decided to sign with the Buccaneers after spending the first 20 years of his career in New England. Brady won six Super Bowl titles with the Patriots and will look to lead the Bucs to the promised land this season. If he’s able to lead Tampa Bay to Super Bowl LV, the Buccaneers will become the first team to play a Super Bowl in their home stadium. Vegas is also high on the Buccaneers in the latest 2021 Super Bowl odds.
In fact, the latest Super Bowl 55 odds list the Buccaneers at 16-1, while New England is going off at 20-1. The Chiefs enter the season as the 2021 Super Bowl favorites to hoist the Lombardi Trophy at 4-1, while Baltimore (13-2), San Francisco (7-1), New Orleans (11-1) and Dallas (12-1) are also high. Before making any 2021 Super Bowl picks, be sure to check out the Super Bowl 55 predictions from SportsLine NFL handicapper R.J. White.Before making any 2021 Super Bowl picks, be sure to check out the Super Bowl 55 predictions from SportsLine NFL handicapper R.J. White.
Twice recently, White cashed big in the world’s most prestigious handicapping tournament, the Westgate Las Vegas SuperContest. He tied for 18th out of 2,748 contestants in 2017 with a 52-29-4 mark against the spread. It wasn’t a fluke, either, as he also cashed big-time in the 2015 SuperContest.
White consistently crushes the NFL for SportsLine members. He has returned over $2,300 to $100 players on against-the-spread NFL picks over the last three years. Anyone who has followed him is way up.
Now, with sportsbooks updating 2021 Super Bowl odds as the offseason rolls on, White has scoured the wagering menu, analyzed all 32 teams and released his top Super Bowl 55 picks. Head to SportsLine now to see them.
Top 2021 Super Bowl picks
White is all over the Indianapolis Colts at 25-1 in the latest 20201 Super Bowl odds. Despite receiving a shocking blow before the season when quarterback Andrew Luck surprisingly retired, the Colts still managed to win seven games in 2019.
The Colts featured an aggressive ground game, finishing seventh in the NFL with an average of 133.1 yards per game. Indianapolis was led by Marlon Mack, who recorded 1,091 yards and eight touchdowns. Mack was able to average nearly 4.5 yards per carry behind an imposing offensive line and is expected to be one of the main benefactors on Indianapolis’ offense after Indy signed Philip Rivers.
Plus, the Colts have seen their AFC South opponents trade away some of their biggest playmakers this offseason. The Houston Texans, who have won the AFC South in four of the last five seasons, traded away wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins, while Jacksonville shed quarterback Nick Foles and defensive end Calais Campbell. That bodes well for the Colts, who were squarely in the NFL playoff picture in 2019 before going just 1-5 in their last six games.
How to make Super Bowl 55 picks
Instead, White is eyeing an under-the-radar team that finished below .500 last year. This massive long shot has a talented roster, White says, and anyone who backs this underdog could hit it big. You can only see who it is at SportsLine.
Who is White backing to win the Super Bowl 2021? And which massive long shot can go all the way? Check out the 2021 Super Bowl odds below, then visit SportsLine to see all of R.J. White’s 2021 Super Bowl best bets, all from the expert who has generated more than $2,300 in profit for his followers over the past three seasons.
2021 Super Bowl odds to win
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