Super Bowl 55 odds tell us the Kansas City Chiefs are slight favorites to win this Sunday. If the Chiefs were to defeat Tampa Bay, they would be the first NFL team to repeat as Super Bowl champs since the 2003 and 2004 New England Patriots.
Those New England teams were led by quarterback Tom Brady. Brady, of course, is now the quarterback for the Buccaneers. He’ll try and prevent Patrick Mahomes and Kansas City from accomplishing what seven teams have done since the first Super Bowl in the 1966 season.
A team has won consecutive Super Bowls eight different times. The Pittsburgh Steelers did it twice in the 1970s. No team has ever won the Super Bowl three times in a row.
Could the Chiefs be the first to do it? Not only are they slight favorites to win Sunday, but they are also the favorites to win Super Bowl 56.
Before Kansas City worries about a three-peat, though, they better worry about Brady trying to win his seventh Super Bowl ring. It can be hard to bet against the GOAT, which can sometimes lead to one casually dropping $2.3 million on the Bucs.
Teams To Repeat As Super Bowl Champs
|1966||Green Bay Packers|
|1967||Green Bay Packers|
|1988||San Francisco 49ers|
|1989||San Francisco 49ers|
|2003||New England Patriots|
|2004||New England Patriots|
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Sam Herder is a writer for BetMGM and HERO Sports. A North Dakota State journalism grad, he spent several years in the print media industry before writing for online outlets. Sam has covered sports at all levels — high school, college, and professional — since 2011.