Looking for the latest Chiefs Super Bowl chances online? Complete Kansas City Chiefs Super Bowl 54 odds below. The Kansas City Chiefs have been one of the most successful franchises in the league since the 1990s and have only nine losing seasons in the last 30 years. Despite their success, the team has been unable to make it to the Super Bowl and have only three AFC Championship Game appearances during that span.
This season, the Chiefs were able to get over the hump and advanced to its first Super Bowl in 30 years, where they will face the San Francisco 49ers, who will be trying to win their sixth Super Bowl. Compared to Chiefs Super Bowl chances, the 49ers do not have a shot.
In what is shaping up to be an exciting matchup between a great offense and great defense, a lot of people believe the Chiefs have a very good chance to end their Super Bowl drought.
Quarterback Patrick Mahomes is in his third year in the league and his second full season as a starter. He is considered to be the best quarterback in the league after leading his team to the AFC Championship Game in his first season as a starter and winning the league MVP award as well.
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Despite missing two games with an injury, Mahomes still threw for over 4,000 yards for the Chiefs. The trio of Travis Kelce, Tyreek Hill, and Sammy Watkins also give the Chiefs matchup advantages over their opponents who have struggled with their speed. The one disadvantage the Chiefs have offensively is their lack of a consistent running game.
Damien Williams led the team in rushing and finished the regular season with 498 yards and five touchdowns, while LeSean McCoy added 465 yards and four touchdowns but has been inactive in the playoffs. Ready to place your bets on Chiefs Super Bowl chances? View the odds above.
Kansas City’s defense struggled at times during the regular season, but they have played well in the playoffs since the second quarter of their win over the Houston Texans. They did a great job against the Tennessee Titans in the AFC Championship Game, and will need another solid performance, especially against the run to beat the 49ers in the Super Bowl. If the Chiefs can hold the 49ers under 15 rushing yards, they will win the second Super Bowl in franchise history.