Packers second-favorites to win Super Bowl entering Week 14

Green Bay Packers, Matt LaFleur, Aaron Rodgers (Photo by Patrick McDermott/Getty Images)
Green Bay Packers, Matt LaFleur, Aaron Rodgers (Photo by Patrick McDermott/Getty Images) /

The Packers are second-favorites to win the Super Bowl entering Week 14.

Will this finally be the year the Green Bay Packers win a second Super Bowl with Aaron Rodgers? If this is the ‘Last Dance’, it could be their final opportunity.

Five games remain on the schedule, so we now have a good idea which teams are the contenders. The Packers are one of them and remain in the mix for the top seed in the NFC.

According to WynnBET’s latest odds, the Packers enter Week 14 as second-favorites to win the Super Bowl behind the defending-champion Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

The Bucs are favorites at +525. The Packers are +600.

The next best odds are the Kansas City Chiefs (+650), New England Patriots (+700), and Arizona Cardinals (+725).

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While it may initially seem surprising to see the NFC-leading Cardinals with worse odds to win the Super Bowl than the Bucs and Packers, the fact Tampa Bay is the favorite shouldn’t be too much of a shock.

After all, they are an experienced team and know how to win when it matters the most. Tom Brady has a million Super Bowl rings and the Bucs won a championship less than a year ago.

Green Bay will also be one of the favorites, although it’s been a while since this team has won the NFC and played in the big game. Matt LaFleur’s team will need to overcome that final obstacle of the NFC Championship Game, where their season has ended in four out of the past seven seasons.

If Green Bay can secure home-field advantage and make the NFC go through Lambeau Field, it will only help the team’s Super Bowl odds. Home-field advantage didn’t help them reach the Super Bowl a year ago, but it will give them their best chance in 2021.