Matthew Stafford boosts Rams’ Super Bowl LVI odds

The Los Angeles Rams immediately became one of the favorites to win Super Bowl LVI with the acquisition of quarterback Matthew Stafford from the Detroit Lions.Listed at 18/1 by SportsBetting.com last week, the Rams are now being offered at 10/1 by the sportsbook, making them the third favorite behind the Kansas City Chiefs (6/1) and Tampa Bay Buccaneers (9/1).The Chiefs and Bucs will face off in Super Bowl LV next Sunday.The Rams’ 2020 season end with a loss to the Green Bay Packers in the second round of the playoffs, and coach Sean McVay declined to fully endorse Jared Goff as the team’s starting quarterback for next season.It quickly became apparent why on Saturday, when the Rams sent Goff and a bevvy of draft picks to Detroit to acquire Stafford.The Lions were 80/1 longshots last week to win Super Bowl LVI, and SportsBetting.com lengthened those odds to 150/1 following the trade. Detroit is now even with the Jacksonville Jaguars as the biggest longshots among the NFL’s 32 teams.Super Bowl LVI Odds:Kansas City Chiefs 6/1Tampa Bay Buccaneers 9/1Los Angeles Rams 10/1Buffalo Bills 11/1Green Bay Packers 12/1Baltimore Ravens 12/1New Orleans Saints 15/1San Francisco 49ers 18/1Seattle Seahawks 20/1Indianapolis Colts 25/1Miami Dolphins 25/1Pittsburgh Steelers 25/1Cleveland Browns 28/1Dallas Cowboys 28/1Tennessee Titans 28/1Los Angeles Chargers 33/1Minnesota Vikings 33/1

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