The Kansas City Chiefs and Miami Dolphins completed a blockbuster deal, sending Tyreek Hill widely to the AFC East.
First Davante Adams and now Tireek Hill? That’s what went down, with monster news arriving on Wednesday that Chief of Kansas City traded Hill for the Miami Dolphins in exchange for five draft picks.
With Hill now on board, Miami will now have a wide receiver unit highlighted by Hill and Jaylen Waddle. You would think Miami’s Super Bowl odds would skyrocket after the news, wouldn’t you? Wrong.
Kansas City offense will have a hard time replacing Tyreek Hill
It’s amazing that Miami’s odds have remained the same. For the chiefs, their odds just dropped a bit, from 9/1 to 10/1. You might expect the odds to drop a little more than that, but Vegas disagrees.
Fans were excited about the addition of Juju Smith-Schuster, but he didn’t even come close to Hill’s dramatic play. With the Raiders landing at Adams and now Kansas City bid farewell to Hill, people can understandably upset with the way things turned out.
Not only that, the Chargers also added JC Jackson and Khalil Mack to strengthen the defense. In Denver, the Broncos traded for Russell Wilson. It seems like all the other teams in the AFC West have gotten stronger, but Kansas City’s loss to Hill was a huge setback for them.
However, the team still has Mahomes and anything is possible when you have an elite QB running the show for you like him. Without Hill, however, the Chiefs’ climb to the Super Bowl next winter will be even more difficult.
https://fansided.com/2022/03/23/chiefs-dolphins-super-bowl-odds-dont-change-after-tyreek-hill-trade/ Captain, Dolphins Super Bowl odds unchanged after Tireek Hill trade