Super Bowl Predictions and Odds: Kansas City Chiefs are Favorites to Win
NFL 2021 is set to begin in the month of September. 32 teams will once again lock horns to win the prestigious Super Bowl. With NFL draft and other activities completed, the teams are now heading for training camps.
Before the main season kicks off, teams will be engaged in pre-season matches starting from 5th of August. Pittsburgh Steelers will be up against Dallas Cowboys in the first preseason match. For the preseason live games, NFL network will carry out 23 live preseason games starting 12th of August.
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The 2021 NFL season is expected to be more competitive as compared to that of 2020 season. Most of the players who had opted out of last season due to Coronavirus are expected to be play this season. The season begins with champions Tampa Bay Buccaneers taking on Dallas Cowboys on 8th of September. The defending champions are will be hoping to retain the Super Bowl even this season.
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The NFL 2021 Predictions and betting platforms are divided over the possible winner for this season. Oddschecker have Kansas City Chiefs as favorites for this season, followed by Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Buffalo Bills are third favorites for this season.
Here are some bold prediction for the season by NFL.com:
- Derwin James reassumes his rightful title: First-team All-Pro
- The Titans win 11 games with Julio Jones
- The Bengals win more games than the Steelers
- Aaron Rodgers leads the Broncos on a deep playoff run
Talking about the prediction for Week 1 of NFL 2021, here are the predictions by CBSSports:
- Browns to beat Chiefs at Kansas City, 34-31
- Buccaneers beat Cowboys at Tampa Bay, 27-21
- Titans beat Cardinals at Tennessee, 31-17
- Falcons beat Eagles at Atlanta, 35-20
- Ravens beat Raiders at Las Vegas, 24-20
- Bills to beat Steelers at Buffalo, 27-17
- Panthers to beat Jets at Carolina, 24-10
- Rams to beat Bears at Los Angeles, 28-17
- Bengals to beat Vikings at Cincinnati, 27-24
- Buccaneers to beat Cowboys at Tampa Bay, 27-21
- Broncos beat Giants at New York
- 49ers to beat Lions at Detroit
- Packers to beat Saints at New Orleans, 31-17
- Jaguars to beat Texans at Houston
- Seahawks to beat Colts at Indianapolis, 24-17
- Jaguars to beat Texans at Houston
Super Bowl Predictions and Odds: What Happened in the Last Season?
The NFL 2020 was the 101st season of National Football League with first match kicking off on September 10th between Kansas City Chiefs and Houston Texans. The season was the last game played under 16-games schedule.
The season was hugely impacted by COVID-19 pandemic with 66 players opting out of it. However, all the 256 regular season games took place with season lasting for 17 weeks. Each of 32 teams played 16 regular season games.
In post season, playoffs was expanded to 14 teams, with three Wild Card teams per conference making into the playoffs. Kansas City Chiefs was crowned the AFC champions and Tampa Bay Buccaneers were the NFC champions.
The Super Bowl was moved to to February 28th due to COVID outbreak. It was originally scheduled for January 31 at Allegiant Stadium in Paradise, Nevada. Super Bowl 2020 was held at Hard Rock Stadium located in Miami Gardens, Florida. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers became the first team to play, and win, a Super Bowl in its home stadium.
Tom Brady and Rob Gronkowski set a record for the most playoff touchdowns by passer-receiver tandem with 13. Tom Brady became the first player in NFL history to have 10 Super Bowl appearances.
2021 NFL Odds and Predictions: When Does the 2021 NFL Begin?
The NFL 2021 kicks off on 9th September with Dallas Cowboys taking on defending Super Bowl Champions Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Only one game is aligned for the day.
After 9th of September, several matches are aligned for 12th September. Some of the important match up for the day are Philadelphia Eagles vs Atlanta Falcons, Pittsburgh Steelers vs Buffalo Bills. For complete schedule of first week of NFL 2021 follow this link.