Mad Bets: How the NFL Draft impacted Super Bowl odds

The Green Bay Packers saw their Super Bowl odds take a dive after the NFL Draft, but they weren't the only ones.

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- For most people, the 2020 NFL draft turned out to be a success, except for a few teams who saw it negatively impact their Super Bowl odds, including the Green Bay Packers. After drafting Utah State quarterback Jordan Love in the first round, the Pack's odds went from 16 to one to 22 to one. Another team who saw their odds fall was the newly popular Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

After trading for tight end Robert Gronkowski from the Patriots, the Bucks were nine to one to win the Super Bowl. Following the draft, however, their odds fell at 12 to one. No one, however, saw a bigger decrease in odds in the Jacksonville Jaguars, who fell all the way to 150 to one, making Jacksonville the definition of a long shot heading into 2020. But hey, if you believe in some Minshew magic, go to and sign up today. New users get 100% match up to $1,000 in free bets available in New Jersey, West Virginia, and Indiana.