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The Dallas Cowboys are tied for the fifth-best odds to win Super Bowl LV following the 2020 season

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Cowboys in the mix for the Super Bowl next year?

Dallas Cowboys Introduce Head Coach Mike McCarthy Photo by Tom Pennington/Getty Images

The 2019 NFL season hasn’t even technically finished yet, but that doesn’t mean that eyes aren’t focused on 2020 already. Of course there are actually 28 teams that are focused on next season already as there are only the conference championship games left and, of course, Super Bowl LIV. When the confetti falls on either the San Francisco 49ers, Green Bay Packers, Kansas City Chiefs, or Tennessee Titans, the hunt for Super Bowl LV will officially be on.

Both the upcoming Super Bowl and the one after it will take place in the state of Florida with the first in Miami and the other in Tampa Bay. Which teams will take part of the big game in Tampa Bay just over a year from now and who will win it? Our friends at BetOnline have released opening odds as to who will win Super Bowl LV.

Kansas City Chiefs 7/1

Baltimore Ravens 8/1

San Francisco 49ers 8/1

New England Patriots 12/1

New Orleans Saints 14/1

Dallas Cowboys 16/1

Pittsburgh Steelers 16/1

Green Bay Packers 20/1

Atlanta Falcons 25/1

Chicago Bears 25/1

Los Angeles Chargers 25/1

Los Angeles Rams 25/1

Minnesota Vikings 25/1

Seattle Seahawks 25/1

Cleveland Browns 33/1

Houston Texans 33/1

Indianapolis Colts 33/1

Philadelphia Eagles 33/1

Buffalo Bills 40/1

Denver Broncos 50/1

Jacksonville Jaguars 50/1

Las Vegas Raiders 50/1

Tennessee Titans 50/1

Carolina Panthers 66/1

New York Giants 66/1

New York Jets 66/1

Tampa Bay Buccaneers 66/1

Arizona Cardinals 80/1

Cincinnati Bengals 100/1

Detroit Lions 100/1

Miami Dolphins 100/1

Washington Redskins 100/1

As you can see, the Cowboys are tied for the fifth-best odds to win it all in 2020. Only the Chiefs, Ravens, 49ers, Patriots, and Saints have better odds and one of those teams seemingly has a quarterback issue to tend to in the offseason.

Dallas is tied with Pittsburgh for the fifth-best odds and we’ll see how the Steelers are able to come back next season with a healthy Ben Roethlisberger, but it is very interesting to see where oddsmakers are on Mike McCarthy’s Cowboys. They’re higher on them than they are on teams like the Green Bay Packers, Los Angeles Rams, Minnesota Vikings, Seattle Seahawks, and Philadelphia Eagles.

Do you think these are fair? Should there be belief in Mike McCarthy coming in and being able to hit the ground running?