Despite a below-.500 record, the WASHINGTON FOOTBALL TEAM (7-9) won the NFC East and will be the conference’s No. 4 seed heading into the playoffs. Below, we analyze Washington’s 2021 Super Bowl LV odds, how it stacks up against other NFL playoff teams and look at its 2020 regular-season betting trends. Check out SportsbookWire.com for more NFL betting predictions.
Latest Washington Football Team 2021 Super Bowl LV odds
+10000 | $10 bet returns a profit of $1,000
Of the 14 playoff teams, the Washington Football Team is the biggest long shot to win Super Bowl LV. The -10000 odds represent an implied win probability of 0.99%. The odds can be expressed as a fraction of 100/1 or a decimal of 101.00.
Washington Football Team’s 2020 betting trends
Money line (?)
Washington posted a 7-9 record en route to an NFC East Division title, winning just three of eight games at home while going 5-7 against NFC teams. Just one of its seven victories came against a playoff team. Washington beat the AFC North champion Pittsburgh Steelers 23-17 on the road back in Week 13.
Against the spread (?)
Washington ended up cashing nine of 16 against the spread, while going a respectable 5-3 ATS at home. WFT is an underdog in its first game of the playoffs, and it’s 4-1 ATS in the past five as an underdog. It’s been a while, but Washington is also 0-4 ATS in its previous four playoff games, and 1-5 ATS across the past six in the month of January. On a positive note, WFT is 4-0 ATS in its past four Saturday appearances, and 4-0 ATS in the past four following a straight-up win.
Washington hit the Under in 11 of 16 games this season, the third most Unders in the NFC behind only the division rival New York Giants (13-3) and fellow playoff participant Los Angeles Rams (12-4). The Under has connected in each of the past six games at FedEx Field for Washington, and 3-0 in its past three on the road or on a neutral field.
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