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The NFL is supposed to be about parity. However, recent events have made it even more likely that one of this year’s top-flight contenders will win Super Bowl LIV. The Indianapolis Colts were knocking on the door, but with QB Andrew Luck deciding to hang up his cleats, Indianapolis have fallen from +1600 to +5000 on the NFL betting lines. That’s one fewer obstacle for the leading title favorites.

Not that everyone’s jumping for joy atop the 2020 Super Bowl odds board. Injuries have hit just about every team in the league this preseason – including the defending champions. Here are the Top 5 favorites (including ties) on the NFL lines as we go to press:

NFL Betting Breakdown

1. New England Patriots: +700 Super Bowl Odds

Holding firm at +700 are the Patriots, who got a boost on offense when WR Josh Gordon was conditionally reinstated by the NFL and allowed to practice with the team. However, starting center David Andrews might miss the entire season due to blood clots in his lungs. Needing help on the offensive line, the Patriots didn’t hesitate, trading for both Jermaine Eluemunor (Baltimore) and Korey Cunningham (Arizona) on Wednesday.

2. Kansas City Chiefs: +800 Super Bowl Odds

The NFL odds haven’t changed for Kansas City, either, but they found themselves having to deal with the loss of back-up QB Chad Henne to a broken ankle, courtesy of their Week 3 preseason game against the San Francisco 49ers. History repeated itself when Matt Moore was brought in to replace Henne as the No. 2 pivot behind Patrick Mahomes; in 2011, Moore did the same for the Miami Dolphins after Henne dislocated his shoulder.

3. New Orleans Saints: +800 Super Bowl Odds

The Saints have taken a step forward on the NFL Vegas odds, joining the Chiefs at No. 2. There have been some issues on and off the field for New Orleans, but their odds to win Super Bowl LIV are better now that DT Sheldon Rankins is back on the practice field. The 2016 first-rounder suffered a torn Achilles during the Divisional Round and was close to landing on the PUP list, which would have kept him out of game action for the first six weeks.

4. Los Angeles Rams: +850 Super Bowl Odds

Also returning to action: Rams WR Mike Thomas, who’s on track for the season opener after missing most of 2018 with an injured groin. Thomas will add depth to a promising wideout corps that includes Brandin Cooks, Robert Woods, Cooper Kupp and Josh Reynolds. Unfortunately, LB Josh Carraway (Achilles) and center Aaron Neary (ankle) might not make the team after getting hurt in Week 3 of the preseason.

5. Chicago Bears: +1400 Super Bowl Odds

The 2020 Super Bowl odds don’t look quite as good for the third tier of contenders, who have slipped from +1200 at the start of exhibition play. The Bears, who are +1400 to win the Super Bowl, have egg on their face after their unusual place-kicking competition was profiled in Sports Illustrated; Eddy Pineiro appears to have the job after Elliott Fry was cut, but nothing has been made official yet.

6. Cleveland Browns: +1400 Super Bowl Odds

With WR Odell Beckham Jr. practicing in full for the first time in nearly a month, the Browns have all their ducks in a row for Week 1. They also seem willing to carry three quarterbacks this year; Garrett Gilbert is projected to make the final 53-man roster Saturday as an emergency back-up for Baker Mayfield and Drew Stanton.

7. Philadelphia Eagles: +1400 Super Bowl Odds

Philadelphia’s place on the Super Bowl lines has been relatively unaffected by the loss of WR Charles Johnson, who’s finally been placed on injured reserve after hurting his ankle early in the preseason. More attention has been paid to WR DeSean Jackson, who broke his ring finger during Tuesday’s practice, but Jackson looks like he’ll be ready for the regular season.

8. Los Angeles Chargers: +1400 Super Bowl Odds

The same can’t be said for three key members of the Chargers’ offense. RB Melvin Gordon will presumably end his holdout in time for Week 1, but that was also supposed to happen with Le’Veon Bell last year. WR Keenan Allen is iffy with a high-ankle sprain, and OT Russell Okung has his own issues with blood clots that could sideline him for the season.

*Odds as of August 30th, 2019

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