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Super Bowl Futures: Gap Shrinking at the Top

The New England Patriots have been at the top of the Super Bowl futures oddsboard all season long. With each passing week and each win, their odds shrunk all the way down to +200 after Week 8 — a number so low for that point of the season that it wasn’t even worth a wager. Entering Week 14, New England’s odds now stand at +290 and with the Cowboys clinching a playoff spot, their odds moved to +350, making the top of the oddsboard the tightest it’s been since the start of the season.

The past few weeks I’ve strongly advised to wait until the start of the playoffs if you planned on betting on the Patriots and I continue to stand by this as their +290 odds isn’t a reasonable price for this point of the season. Another factor in my reasoning is injuries, and as we saw last week, Rob Gronkowski — probably their second-most important player — was placed on the IR following back surgery. The Patriots still deserve to be the favorite to win it all, but when you consider three teams were tied as the favorite to win the Super Bowl with odds of +450 entering the playoffs last season, it’s still your best bet to wait until the end of the regular season to get your Patriots bet in.

As for the Cowboys, it wasn’t pretty, but they grinded out a Week 13 victory in Minnesota to bring their record to an NFL-best 11-1. The goal now will be to secure the top seed in the NFC and, of course, stay healthy. Entering the playoffs at optimal health might mean reducing Ezekiel Elliott’s workload down the stretch as the running back leads the NFL with 263 rushing attempts. With a three-game lead over the Seahawks, Lions and Giants in the NFC and just four weeks remaining in the regular season, the Cowboys clinching the No. 1 seed looks like a foregone conclusion.

The Seahawks are the third and final standout team on the oddsboard as their odds moved from +750 to +525 following a 40-7 beatdown of the Panthers. Seattle has been a bit up and down this season with letdown losses to the likes of the Rams and Bucs, but considering their playoff pedigree, their +525 price tag is reasonable. Be warned, though — if they win this weekend vs the Packers, that number should drop significantly. They appear set up to go at least 3-1 in their final four games, which should be enough to land a first-round bye. Losing Earl Thomas for the season is a major blow to their pass defense and will be an issue if they run into a team like the Falcons or Redskins in the playoffs, but it might not be a huge issue in a showdown with the run-heavy Cowboys.

Here’s a look at every team’s odds:

Odds to Win Super Bowl LI
TeamOdds
New England Patriots+290
Dallas Cowboys+350
Seattle Seahawks+525
Oakland Raiders+1000
Pittsburgh Steelers+1200
Kansas City Chiefs+1400
Indianapolis Colts+1800
Atlanta Falcons+2500
Green Bay Packers+2500
Denver Broncos+2500
Detroit Lions+2500
New York Giants+3300
Baltimore Ravens+4000
Tampa Bay Buccaneers+5000
Arizona Cardinals+6600
Washington Redskins+7500
Miami Dolphins+7500
Minnesota Vikings+7500
Houston Texans+7500
Tennessee Titans+7500
Buffalo Bills+20000
New Orleans Saints+30000
Carolina Panthers+50000
San Diego Chargers+50000
Philadelphia Eagles+50000
Cincinnati Bengals+50000
Los Angeles Rams+100000

Odds as of December 7 at Bovada

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With just five weeks left in the regular season, some teams have their sights set on the playoffs, while others are already deep into their planning for the draft. If the playoffs began today, the defending Super Bowl champion Denver Broncos wouldn’t make the cut thanks to losses in two of their last three games. That easily could have been three straight losses if not for a lucky win in New Orleans. Either way, the Broncos might stick out to some with odds of +2800 to win the Super Bowl, but futures bettors would be wise to invest elsewhere.

Entering Week 13 last season, the Broncos were 9-2 and well on their way to securing a first-round playoff bye. It’s a different story this season as their record stands at 7-4 and they’ve come out on the losing end vs the division rival Raiders and Chiefs. Considering what’s ahead of the Broncos and how stiff the competition will be for an AFC wild-card spot, it looks like that four-loss hole isn’t one they’ll be able to dig themselves out of.

It doesn’t help that they’re in third place in the AFC West and three of their remaining five games are on the road. Denver has a very difficult schedule to close out the season — the third-hardest in the NFL, actually, as the Broncos’ five remaining opponents combine to have a .607 win percentage. Sunday’s game in Jacksonville would qualify as the only remaining gimme on their schedule as after that they take on the upstart Titans in Tennessee, followed by the Patriots, then the two teams ahead of them in the AFC West standings, the Raiders and Chiefs.

Coming into the season, I thought that the Broncos undervalued the quarterback position and that would be their downfall. However, while he hasn’t exactly set the world on fire, Trevor Siemian has put up some respectable numbers and can’t be blamed for Denver being on the outside of the playoff picture.

Ironically enough, it’s that vaunted defense that’s let the Broncos down and they’ve shown regression as the season has gone on. They opened the season allowing just 16 points per game in their first four games, which paved the way to a 4-0 start. Since then, they’ve allowed 22 points per game and the team has gone 3-4. Six points might not seem like a huge difference, but it’s actually quite massive when you consider they’ve allowed 21 or more points in each of their losses, while they’ve allowed 20 points or less in six of their seven wins.

It might seem drastic to write the Broncos off considering they’re the defending champs, they’re only a game out of a playoff spot and they still have five games to get back into it, but there’s simply too many factors working against them. That +2800 price tag is attractive, but don’t get sucked in to making a bad bet.

Here's a look at every team's odds:

Odds to Win Super Bowl LI
TeamOdds
New England Patriots+240
Dallas Cowboys+400
Seattle Seahawks+750
Oakland Raiders+1000
Pittsburgh Steelers+1200
Atlanta Falcons+1600
Kansas City Chiefs+1600
New York Giants+2000
Green Bay Packers+2500
Denver Broncos+2800
Detroit Lions+4000
Washington Redskins+4000
Baltimore Ravens+4000
Indianapolis Colts+5000
Miami Dolphins+5000
Minnesota Vikings+5000
Houston Texans+6600
Tampa Bay Buccaneers+6600
Tennessee Titans+7500
Arizona Cardinals+10000
Carolina Panthers+10000
Buffalo Bills+10000
New Orleans Saints+10000
San Diego Chargers+15000
Philadelphia Eagles+25000
Cincinnati Bengals+50000
Los Angeles Rams+50000
New York Jets+100000

Odds as of November 30 at Bovada

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Doing this Super Bowl futures update each week is becoming slightly mundane. The Patriots aren’t budging off the top of the oddsboard, while the ship has sailed on any type of significant value on the Cowboys and Seahawks. I recommend waiting until the start of the playoffs to place a bet on either of those teams, but for now, let’s take a look further down the board to see which teams are offering the best value.

Let me preface this by saying these aren’t my picks to win the Super Bowl, but based on their recent performances they do offer the best bang for your buck. As you can probably tell from the picture at the top of this article, the Washington Redskins at +4000 are my selection from the NFC, while the Baltimore Ravens at +5000 are the AFC’s best value bet.

Redskins

After an 0-2 start, the Redskins have gone 6-1-1 and are well positioned to land a spot in the playoffs. If the season ended today, they’d be in and they’ll have a chance to show us what they’re really made of with three consecutive road games starting on Thanksgiving vs Dallas. They don’t exactly have an easy schedule down the stretch but they tend to play up to their competition as evidenced by a perfect 4-0 record vs teams with winning records.

What makes the Redskins dangerous is their unrelenting offense that seems to only get stronger as the game goes on. They’re ranked fourth in the league in second-half points and over their last three games, they’re leading the NFL in fourth-quarter points. The emergence of Robert Kelley at running back also provides them with a new weapon to balance out that offense.

Washington continues to get undervalued week after week, and there’s proof to back that up as the team has an 8-1-1 straight-up record in its last 10 games as an underdog. Quite simply, at 40-to-1, they’re the best value bet on the board.

Ravens

In the AFC, the Ravens edge out the Dolphins (+6600) as the best bargain bet because they’ll have a better opportunity to make the playoffs by either winning the NFC North or a wild-card spot while a division championship is likely out of reach for Miami. The Ravens opened the season with three straight wins, only to drop their next four, but they appear to be getting back on track with wins in two of their last three games.

There’s not many stats to back up the Ravens as a legit Super Bowl threat, but it’s fair to say they’ve been competitive in each of their losses this season, and if they can make it to the playoffs, watch out. Under head coach John Harbaugh, Baltimore has a 10-5 postseason record and has never had a one-and-done playoff appearance. We all know the road to the Super Bowl in the AFC will go through New England, and it’s a road the Ravens have successfully crossed before as they’ve split four playoff games with the Patriots since 2010.

So, the big question for the Ravens is whether they can make the playoffs, and that’s why they’re available at 50-to-1. With the Patriots, Cowboys and Seahawks, I advised to minimize your risk by waiting for the start of the playoffs to place your futures bet, but waiting with a team like the Ravens will dramatically cut into the value they’re offering today, so if you’re looking to cash in on a Super Bowl long shot, they’re the AFC’s best option.

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With the Redskins and Ravens as my picks for best bargains, it’s worth noting that the divisional rivals they’re competing with are two of the biggest ripoffs on the board. The Steelers have an identical 5-5 record to the Ravens, but they have the fifth-best odds at +1400 to win the Super Bowl. Right behind them is the New York Giants at +2000. The Giants are just one game ahead of Washington in the standings and lost at home to the Redskins earlier in the season. Based on how close these teams are to each other, those odds just don't make sense for the Steelers and Giants.

Here's a look at every team's odds:

Odds to Win Super Bowl LI
TeamOdds
New England Patriots+225
Dallas Cowboys+450
Seattle Seahawks+550
Oakland Raiders+1200
Pittsburgh Steelers+1400
Denver Broncos+2000
New York Giants+2000
Atlanta Falcons+2200
Kansas City Chiefs+2500
Indianapolis Colts+3300
Detroit Lions+3300
Minnesota Vikings+3300
Washington Redskins+4000
Arizona Cardinals+5000
Green Bay Packers+5000
Baltimore Ravens+5000
Houston Texans+5000
Carolina Panthers+5000
Miami Dolphins+6600
Philadelphia Eagles+10000
Tennessee Titans+10000
Tampa Bay Buccaneers+10000
Buffalo Bills+10000
New Orleans Saints+15000
Cincinnati Bengals+20000
San Diego Chargers+20000
Los Angeles Rams+50000
New York Jets+50000

Odds as of November 23 at Bovada

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After a huge win on the road in Week 10 over the Patriots, the Seahawks have seen their Super Bowl futures odds go from +800 to +625 and those odds will likely continue to shrink in the coming weeks, meaning now is the time to get your bet in on them if you like them to win the Super Bowl. The reason to bet on them now is due to their three-year track record as a fantastic second-half team, specifically from Weeks 11 to 17.

Finishing strong has become the norm since Pete Carroll took over as head coach as the team has gone 27-13 in Weeks 11 to 17 since 2010. Over the last three seasons, they’ve really turned it on, posting a 16-4 record in Weeks 11 to 17, which ties them with Carolina for the best record in the NFL during that span.  

Perhaps a reason for their late-season surges is a home-field advantage that becomes even more advantageous during the late fall and winter months when weather becomes more of a factor for visiting home teams that are accustomed to playing in a dome or warmer weather. With four of their remaining seven games taking place at CenturyLink Field — including games vs the Cardinals, Panthers and Rams — they should be in prime position for a first-round playoff bye.

With each passing win that +625 price tag will continue to get cut down and the evidence I just laid out is enough to indicate that another strong finish is in store for the Seahawks. Don’t forget to give a Seahawks spread bet some strong consideration each week going forward as that 16-4 SU record mentioned above has translated into an amazing 17-3 ATS record.

Here's a look at every team's odds:

Odds to Win Super Bowl LI
TeamOdds
New England Patriots+230
Dallas Cowboys+550
Seattle Seahawks+625
Denver Broncos+1600
Kansas City Chiefs+1600
Pittsburgh Steelers+1800
Atlanta Falcons+1800
Oakland Raiders+2000
Arizona Cardinals+2200
Green Bay Packers+2500
New York Giants+2500
Baltimore Ravens+2800
Houston Texans+3300
Indianapolis Colts+4000
Detroit Lions+4000
Minnesota Vikings+4000
Carolina Panthers+5000
Washington Redskins+5000
Philadelphia Eagles+6600
Tennessee Titans+6600
Miami Dolphins+7500
Cincinnati Bengals+10000
New Orleans Saints+10000
San Diego Chargers+15000
Buffalo Bills+15000
Los Angeles Rams+15000
Tampa Bay Buccaneers+15000
New York Jets+30000

Odds as of November 15 at Bovada

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After yet another win ­— their seventh straight — the Dallas Cowboys’ odds to win the Super Bowl now sit at +800. Following their Week 1 loss to the Giants, their odds to win it all were +4000, but since then, it’s been nothing but making opponents look like trash and making cash for their backers as they’ve also covered the spread in each game during their win streak.

A 35-10 Week 9 smackdown of the Browns pushed their scoring differential to +83, which is the top mark in the NFC. Ball security has been a big part of their success as they’re tied for second in the NFL with just six turnovers, which is especially impressive when you consider two rookies are doing the lion’s share of the work on offense. Ezekiel Elliott leads the NFL in rushing yards and runs of 20+ yards, while Dallas appears to have hit the jackpot with Dak Prescott as the fourth-rounder has the fourth-best QB rating in the NFL. The rookies get all the accolades, but they wouldn’t be in the headlines if it wasn’t for the world-famous Cowboys offensive line that’s tied for first in the NFL with just 11 sacks allowed.

Dallas is currently first in the NFC and could very well be on its way to clinching the top seed in the conference. With Minnesota and Green Bay dragging their feet, it doesn’t look like an NFC North team will be competing for a first-round bye and with two games in hand over the Seahawks, the Cowboys would have to stumble quite badly to not at least get the second seed. They’ll face a serious test over their next five games, with three of those coming on the road, starting with a game in Pittsburgh this week against a desperate Steelers team.

As discussed in previous posts (see archives), the ship has sailed on any betting value on the Patriots, and the Cowboys could be in the same boat if their winning ways continue.

Here's a look at every team's odds:

Odds to Win Super Bowl LI
TeamOdds
New England Patriots+200
Seattle Seahawks+800
Dallas Cowboys+800
Green Bay Packers+1600
Pittsburgh Steelers+1600
Kansas City Chiefs+1600
Atlanta Falcons+1600
Oakland Raiders+1600
Denver Broncos+2000
Carolina Panthers+2500
Indianapolis Colts+2500
Minnesota Vikings+2800
Arizona Cardinals+2800
New York Giants+2800
Houston Texans+4000
Baltimore Ravens+4000
Cincinnati Bengals+5000
San Diego Chargers+5000
Detroit Lions+6600
New Orleans Saints+6600
Philadelphia Eagles+7500
Washington Redskins+7500
Miami Dolphins+10000
Tennessee Titans+15000
Buffalo Bills+20000
Los Angeles Rams+20000
Tampa Bay Buccaneers+30000
New York Jets+30000
Chicago Bears+50000
Jacksonville Jaguars+100000

Odds as of November 8 at Bovada

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Another week of NFL action is in the books, and the Patriots’ value continues to shrink after another convincing win. Their odds to win the Super Bowl now sit at +200 after coming into the week at +275. As I wrote a few weeks back — scroll down to the September 27 odds update to read — you’re better off waiting until the start of the playoffs to place a futures wager on the Patriots, as you can cut down on your risks a bit and you’re likely to get better value.

As for other relevant movers, the Minnesota Vikings appear to be coming down to earth after a second straight loss. They were as high as second on the oddsboard at +700 two weeks ago, but after dropping games to the Eagles and Bears in which they combined to score just 20 points, they find themselves at +1400. They’ll return home this week after two road games to take on the Lions.

The Atlanta Falcons are starting to prove they aren’t the same team that started last year 5-0 only to fizzle out and miss the playoffs. Matt Ryan led a late fourth quarter game-winning touchdown drive over the Packers on Sunday that moved their odds from +2000 to +1600. Atlanta opened the season at +6600, making them the most significant mover on the oddsboard from Week 1 to now. They’ll head to Tampa Bay this week for Thursday Night Football in an attempt to avenge a Week 1 loss.

A few other big fallers include the Cardinals going from +1600 to +2500 and the Colts from +2500 to +5000. Some risers this week are the Panthers, who got a bump up to +2800 from +6600, and the Saints, who were way down the oddsboard at +15000 but moved to +6600 after their upset of the Seahawks.

Here's a look at every team's odds:

Odds to Win Super Bowl LI
TeamOdds
New England Patriots+200
Seattle Seahawks+1000
Dallas Cowboys+1000
Green Bay Packers+1200
Minnesota Vikings+1400
Pittsburgh Steelers+1400
Denver Broncos+1400
Kansas City Chiefs+1400
Atlanta Falcons+1600
Arizona Cardinals+2500
Carolina Panthers+2800
Oakland Raiders+2800
New York Giants+4000
Houston Texans+4000
Indianapolis Colts+5000
Cincinnati Bengals+5000
Philadelphia Eagles+5000
Washington Redskins+6600
Baltimore Ravens+6600
New Orleans Saints+6600
Buffalo Bills+7500
San Diego Chargers+7500
Detroit Lions+10000
Los Angeles Rams+10000
Tennessee Titans+10000
Tampa Bay Buccaneers+15000
Miami Dolphins+15000
New York Jets+20000
Jacksonville Jaguars+50000
Chicago Bears+50000

Odds as of November 1 at Bovada

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Fresh off another convincing win in Week 7 over the Steelers, the Patriots’ Super Bowl futures odds shrunk even more, as they’re now down to +275 after opening the season at +675. Only two other teams are under the +1000 mark and they’re not even close to the Patriots, with the Seahawks at +750 and the Vikings at +900.

At 6-1, New England has the best win percentage in the NFL and the Pats also lead the league with a +69 scoring differential. Even without Tom Brady for the first four games, it’s been a dominant season for the Patriots as five of their six wins have been by seven points or more, while they’ve only allowed 15.3 points per game, good enough for fourth-best in the NFL.

Locking up a first-round playoff bye and home-field advantage will be essential for New England and the team looks well on the way to doing so. Based on the results of the season so far, the Patriots have the fourth-easiest schedule for the rest of the season. Their remaining opponents are a combined 27-34-1. Of the Patriots’ six Super Bowl appearances during the Brady/Belichick era, each one came with a first-round bye, with four of the six being as the No. 1 seed. In case you’re curious, New England is 15-3 in home playoff games since 2002.

As for another top contender, the Vikings’ odds took a dip from +700 down to +900 after a pitiful 21-10 loss to the Eagles. You’d think they would have come out stronger after their bye, but they were barely ever in the game. Sam Bradford was sacked six times and coughed up three turnovers in an embarrassing return to Philadelphia.

The Dallas Cowboys remain in the top five, but their odds fell from +1000 to +1400 after a bye in Week 7, while the Denver Broncos are climbing up the oddsboard after ending a two-game losing streak, seeing their odds go from +2000 to +1400. And for the first time this season, teams have been removed from the Super Bowl futures oddsboard as the 49ers and Browns are no longer available to wager on.

Odds to Win Super Bowl LI
TeamOdds
New England Patriots+275
Seattle Seahawks+750
Minnesota Vikings+900
Green Bay Packers+1100
Dallas Cowboys+1400
Pittsburgh Steelers+1400
Denver Broncos+1400
Arizona Cardinals+1600
Kansas City Chiefs+1600
Atlanta Falcons+2000
Indianapolis Colts+2500
Oakland Raiders+2800
New York Giants+3300
Philadelphia Eagles+3300
Houston Texans+5000
Buffalo Bills+5000
Cincinnati Bengals+5000
Washington Redskins+6600
Carolina Panthers+6600
Detroit Lions+6600
San Diego Chargers+6600
Baltimore Ravens+7500
Los Angeles Rams+10000
Jacksonville Jaguars+10000
Tampa Bay Buccaneers+10000
Tennessee Titans+10000
New Orleans Saints+15000
Miami Dolphins+15000
New York Jets+20000
Chicago Bears+100000

Odds as of October 26 at Bovada

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The Dallas Cowboys and their star rookies have been one of the biggest surprises this season and after an upset win on the road at Lambeau Field, they find themselves higher than ever on the Super Bowl futures oddsboard. Coming in at +1000, they rank fourth behind the Patriots (+300), Vikings (+700) and Seahawks (+750) and could see their odds shrink even more over the next three weeks. They’re on a bye this week, then are scheduled to face the suddenly ordinary Eagles and the atrocious Cleveland Browns.

Dallas has seen its odds slashed by more than half in just two weeks as the ship has sailed on any significant futures value on the team. After their Week 1 loss to the Giants, they were in the middle of the oddsboard at +4000, but since then they’ve rattled off five straight wins, with three of those wins coming by 14 points. It’s been all about the run and ball security for Dallas as the Cowboys rank second in rushing yards per game and first in rushing touchdowns and are averaging just one turnover per game.

One team going in the wrong direction is the Pittsburgh Steelers, whose odds went from +750 to +1200 after an upset loss to the Dolphins. An injury to Ben Roethlisberger impacts these odds as well as he’s likely to miss a few weeks due to a torn meniscus. Having Big Ben on the shelf for even a game or two could impact the Steelers’ chances of earning a first-round bye in the playoffs, which is something bettors need to consider when making a futures wager.

Another team tumbling down the board is the Denver Broncos, who are coming off their second straight loss. They’ve scored just 29 points in their last two games and as a result, their odds have doubled from +1000 two weeks ago, to +2000 entering Week 7. 

Here’s a look at the updated Super Bowl odds:

Odds to Win Super Bowl LI
TeamOdds
New England Patriots+300
Minnesota Vikings+700
Seattle Seahawks+750
Dallas Cowboys+1000
Pittsburgh Steelers+1200
Green Bay Packers+1200
Arizona Cardinals+1400
Atlanta Falcons+1800
Kansas City Chiefs+1800
Denver Broncos+2000
Oakland Raiders+3300
Houston Texans+3300
Buffalo Bills+3300
Washington Redskins+4000
New York Giants+4000
Philadelphia Eagles+5000
Indianapolis Colts+5000
Cincinnati Bengals+6600
Carolina Panthers+7500
Baltimore Ravens+7500
Los Angeles Rams+7500
Jacksonville Jaguars+7500
Detroit Lions+7500
San Diego Chargers+7500
Tampa Bay Buccaneers+10000
New Orleans Saints+15000
Tennessee Titans+20000
Miami Dolphins+20000
New York Jets+30000
Chicago Bears+50000
San Francisco 49ers+200000
Cleveland Browns+500000

Odds as of October 18 at Bovada

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The Minnesota Vikings came into the season on the cusp of being a playoff contender, but nobody could have projected the team being the lone undefeated remaining after five weeks of play. Minny opened the season +2500 to win Super Bowl 51 – an optimistic number that assumed growth from several key players – and now sits +750 after Week 5.

We all know the story: quarterback of the future Teddy Bridgewater gets hurt, which forced the Vikings to trade for Sam Bradford, a perennial disappointment due to injuries. Bradford stepped in and has played safe, flawless football, which has given the offense added depth. Combine that with one of the best defenses in football and suddenly the Vikings are real challengers for the Lombardi Trophy.

Another team that has seen a massive jump in odds since the start of the season is the Atlanta Falcons. Atlanta, which had not finished better than 8-8 the previous three seasons, opened the season at +6600 only to see that number skyrocket up to +1400. The Falcons have the No. 1 offense in football and are led by MVP candidate Matt Ryan, who has thrown for 1740 yards and 12 touchdowns through five games. The major flaw remains the defense, as the Falcons are as stable as Jell-O in house construction on that side of the ball.  

The New England Patriots remain atop the odds and actually saw their line move from +400 to +350 after the triumphant return of Tom Brady. Until someone proves otherwise, the AFC still runs through Foxborough.

Here’s a complete look at the updated odds:

Odds to Win Super Bowl LI
TeamOdds
New England Patriots+350
Pittsburgh Steelers+675
Minnesota Vikings+750
Green Bay Packers+800
Seattle Seahawks+850
Denver Broncos+1400
Atlanta Falcons+1400
Dallas Cowboys+1800
Arizona Cardinals+2000
Oakland Raiders+2500
Kansas City Chiefs+2800
Philadelphia Eagles+3300
Indianapolis Colts+3300
Carolina Panthers+4000
Cincinnati Bengals+4000
Houston Texans+4000
Washington Redskins+5000
Buffalo Bills+5000
Baltimore Ravens+6600
Los Angeles Rams+6600
New York Giants+6600
Tampa Bay Buccaneers+10000
Jacksonville Jaguars+10000
Detroit Lions+15000
New York Jets+20000
New Orleans Saints+20000
San Diego Chargers+20000
Tennessee Titans+20000
Miami Dolphins+50000
Chicago Bears+100000
San Francisco 49ers+100000
Cleveland Browns+300000

Odds as of October 11 at Bovada

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It’s pretty easy to narrow down a handful of teams that don’t have a chance in hell at winning the Super Bowl, but there’s another big chunk of teams you can cross off your list of contenders — teams who are 2-2 or worse.

Here’s why — 85% of Super Bowl winners since 1982 started their seasons with a record of 3-1 or better. That’s 29 out of the last 34 Super Bowl winners.

Looking at the Panthers and Cardinals, who both entered the season as legit Super Bowl threats but now sit 1-3 after four games, it’s only happened once since 1980 that a team with a losing record through its first four games won the Super Bowl. That team was the 2001 Patriots, who started the season 1-3, so it can be done, but it’s extremely unlikely. So, if you’re looking at the Super Bowl futures oddsboard and think the Panthers and Cards are offering good value after slow starts, don’t be fooled and don’t waste your money.

Heading into Week 5, there are 11 teams that are 3-1 or better, along with the 3-0 Eagles and 2-1 Packers who were off last week. Taking a look at strength of schedule, here are the teams who meet the ‘magic number’ criteria who have the easiest and hardest schedules the rest of the way based on the results of the first four weeks. With the last three Super Bowl winners all having had a first-round playoff bye, it’s important to consider who has a good shot at a top-two seed in their conference.

Easiest:
  • Rams, remaining opponents win % - 41.7
  • Vikings, remaining opponents win % - 43.5
  • Steelers, remaining opponents win % - 43.8
Hardest:
  • Eagles, remaining opponents win % - 62.7
  • Cowboys, remaining opponents win % - 57.8
  • Packers, remaining opponents win % - 54.9
  • Ravens, remaining opponents win % - 53.2

Here’s a complete look at the updated odds:

Odds to Win Super Bowl LI
TeamOdds
New England Patriots+400
Pittsburgh Steelers+700
Seattle Seahawks+750
Green Bay Packers+900
Minnesota Vikings+900
Denver Broncos+1000
Philadelphia Eagles+2200
Dallas Cowboys+2200
Arizona Cardinals+2500
Carolina Panthers+2500
Cincinnati Bengals+2500
Atlanta Falcons+2500
Kansas City Chiefs+2800
Houston Texans+2800
Oakland Raiders+3300
Baltimore Ravens+3300
Los Angeles Rams+4000
New York Giants+5000
Indianapolis Colts+5000
Washington Redskins+6600
Buffalo Bills+6600
New York Jets+10000
New Orleans Saints+10000
Jacksonville Jaguars+10000
San Diego Chargers+15000
Detroit Lions+20000
Tampa Bay Buccaneers+20000
Miami Dolphins+20000
Chicago Bears+25000
San Francisco 49ers+50000
Tennessee Titans+50000
Cleveland Browns+500000

Odds as of October 4 at Bovada

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Tom Brady’s four-game suspension was supposed to give the rest of the NFL, and specifically the AFC East, a chance to get a head start. Instead, the Patriots are one of five undefeated teams at 3-0 and they already have a two-game division lead. The early season dominance has seen their odds to win the Super Bowl shrink down to +375 — down from their +675 price tag to enter the season.

To put those odds in perspective — and a good reason for Pats backers to hold off on making this bet — at the beginning of the playoffs last season, the Patriots were tied as the favorite with three other teams with +450 odds. This indicates that you should hold off, wait for the next 13 games to be played, then possibly get better value on the Patriots to begin the playoffs.

So why are their odds this low just three weeks into the season? Patriots’ fans are over the moon about how the team has done so far and sportsbooks are using this to their advantage. Basically, overzealous Pats backers will bet on the team at any price, so it’s the sportsbook getting the value here, not the bettor.

Injuries haven’t been an issue for them yet, but with 13 games left to be played, anything can happen. The meat of their schedule is also on the horizon with games vs the Bengals, Steelers and Seahawks from weeks 6 to 10. So, my advice based on the odds we saw entering the playoffs last season would be to wait until the regular season is over, make sure everyone is healthy, then have at that Patriots Super Bowl futures bet.

Other teams that have seen their value shrink include the Vikings +1600 to +1200, Eagles +3300 to +2200 and Ravens +3300 to +2500. Teams moving in the wrong direction include the Cardinals +800 to +1400, Giants +1800 to +3300 and Jets +4000 to +6600.

As for the Saints, Jaguars, Bears and Browns, who all started 0-3 — first of all, if you bought a Super Bowl futures ticket on any of these teams, you should acknowledge that sports betting just isn’t your thing. Next, read our article on why history is heavily against 0-3 teams making the playoffs.

Here’s a complete look at the updated odds:

Odds to Win Super Bowl LI
TeamOdds
New England Patriots+375
Green Bay Packers+800
Pittsburgh Steelers+900
Seattle Seahawks+1000
Denver Broncos+1200
Minnesota Vikings+1200
Arizona Cardinals+1400
Carolina Panthers+1400
Kansas City Chiefs+3300
Philadelphia Eagles+2200
Baltimore Ravens+2500
Dallas Cowboys+2500
Houston Texans+3300
New York Giants+3300
Cincinnati Bengals+3300
Indianapolis Colts+3300
Oakland Raiders+4000
Atlanta Falcons+4000
New York Jets+6600
Los Angeles Rams+6600
Washington Redskins+7500
Buffalo Bills+7500
San Diego Chargers+10000
Detroit Lions+10000
Tampa Bay Buccaneers+10000
Miami Dolphins+10000
New Orleans Saints+20000
Jacksonville Jaguars+20000
San Francisco 49ers+25000
Tennessee Titans+25000
Chicago Bears+50000
Cleveland Browns+10000

Odds as of September 27 at Bovada

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While the Patriots haven’t budged off the top of the Super Bowl LI futures board, there’s been some reshuffling behind them. New England (+450), Pittsburgh (+700) and Green Bay (+800) remain the top three on the oddsboard with the Patriots seeing their odds cut down from +650 at the start of last week. With two games remaining until Tom Brady’s return, they look to be in great shape at 2-0 no matter who plays quarterback for them the next two weeks.

Perhaps the most significant riser of the week is the Minnesota Vikings, whose odds went from +2000 to +1600 after beating Green Bay on Sunday night. The Sam Bradford era got off to a good start, but they might be in trouble as their top playmaker, Adrian Peterson, suffered a torn meniscus and will likely miss several weeks. They’ll be in for a stiff challenge in Week 3 as they opened as 6.5-point underdogs for a road game vs the Panthers who’ve now won 14 straight home games. If you’re thinking about placing a bet on Minny to win the Super Bowl, you should wait until next week, where you’ll likely find better value.

One contender that’s going in the wrong direction is the Seattle Seahawks, who saw their odds slip from +850 to +1200. Seattle is living up to its reputation as a slow starter after barely beating the Dolphins in Week 1, then scoring just three points in a Week 2 loss to the Rams. Seattle will be looking for a statement win in Week 3 at home vs the 49ers. They opened as the biggest favorite of the week at 11 points.

The 2-0 Philadelphia Eagles saw their Super Bowl odds get cut in half from +6600 to +3300 after a Monday night win in Chicago, while it was the exact opposite for the Colts, who went from +3300 to +6600 after a disappointing 0-2 start. Starting 2-0 or 0-2 has shown to be quite significant over the past few seasons. See why here.

Here’s a complete look at the updated odds:

Odds to Win Super Bowl LI
TeamOdds
New England Patriots+450
Pittsburgh Steelers+700
Green Bay Packers+800
Arizona Cardinals+800
Seattle Seahawks+1200
Carolina Panthers+1200
Denver Broncos+1400
Minnesota Vikings+1600
Houston Texans+1600
New York Giants+1800
Cincinnati Bengals+3300
Kansas City Chiefs+3300
Baltimore Ravens+3300
Dallas Cowboys+3300
Philadelphia Eagles+3300
New York Jets+4000
Oakland Raiders+4000
San Diego Chargers+5000
Indianapolis Colts+6600
Detroit Lions+7500
Tampa Bay Buccaneers+7500
Atlanta Falcons+7500
New Orleans Saints+10000
Los Angeles Rams+10000
Jacksonville Jaguars+15000
Washington Redskins+15000
San Francisco 49ers+15000
Chicago Bears+15000
Tennessee Titans+15000
Buffalo Bills+20000
Miami Dolphins+20000
Cleveland Browns+50000

Odds as of September 20 at Bovada

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Tom Brady who? OK, that’s probably too strong a reaction to Jimmy Garoppolo and the Patriots winning a game no one expected them to vs Arizona in Week 1, but playing the Cardinals on the road should be their biggest challenge during Brady’s suspension. The win was even more impressive considering their second-most important player, Rob Gronkowski, also missed the game.

At +650, the Pats jumped ahead of the Packers, whose price tag went from +600 last week to a more profitable +700 heading into Week 2. The Steelers’ odds are shrinking following a beatdown of the Redskins in Washington on Monday night — they entered the season at +1000 to win the Super Bowl, but now sit at +750.

The most significant riser on the oddsboard is the Denver Broncos, who got their season started off right in a Super Bowl rematch vs the Panthers. Their number dipped from +2000 to +1400. The Dallas Cowboys have dropped off significantly following their home loss to the Giants as their odds now sit at +4000 after starting the season at +2500.

As for the Cardinals, the time is now to jump on them if you still like them to win the Super Bowl after losing their opener. Their odds are now +1400, which is the highest they’ve been since May.

Here’s a complete look at the updated odds:

Odds to Win Super Bowl LI
TeamOdds
New England Patriots+650
Green Bay Packers+700
Pittsburgh Steelers+750
Seattle Seahawks+850
Carolina Panthers+1200
Arizona Cardinals+1400
Denver Broncos+1400
Cincinnati Bengals+1800
Kansas City Chiefs+1800
New York Giants+2000
Minnesota Vikings+2000
Oakland Raiders+2500
Houston Texans+2500
Baltimore Ravens+3300
Indianapolis Colts+3300
Dallas Cowboys+4000
Jacksonville Jaguars+5000
Detroit Lions+5000
Tampa Bay Buccaneers+5000
Washington Redskins+6600
New York Jets+6600
Philadelphia Eagles+6600
Atlanta Falcons+7500
Miami Dolphins+7500
San Francisco 49ers+7500
Buffalo Bills+10000
San Diego Chargers+10000
New Orleans Saints+10000
Chicago Bears+10000
Tennessee Titans+10000
Los Angeles Rams+15000
Cleveland Browns+25000

Odds as of September 13 at Bovada

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After the Patriots spent the majority of the offseason on top of the oddsboard as the favorite to win Super Bowl 51 — along with a brief cameo from the Seahawks — the Packers will enter the season as the favorite to lift the Lombardi trophy. Working in their favor entering the season is the NFL’s easiest schedule based on last year’s results, as they face just one playoff team from 2015 in their first nine games. This should give them an excellent opportunity to land the top seed in the NFC.

At +675, the Patriots are second on the board and that number is in line with where they’ve been since May. The time to bet the Patriots was immediately after Brady’s suspension was reinstated in late April where their value was at its best price of the offseason at +900.

The Seahawks, Steelers, Panthers and Cardinals all find themselves in the +900 to +1000 range, and after that there’s a significant drop-off to +2000 where we find the Broncos, Bengals, Chiefs and, for some reason, the Giants.

Further down on the board there’s some long-shot value with two 2015 playoff teams, with the Texans at +3300 and Redskins at +5000. And where money goes to be burned, tied at +15000 with the worst odds in the league, is the Browns and 49ers. I don’t care how big of a Browns or 49ers fan you are, quit betting on sports immediately if you’re considering a wager on either of these teams.

Here’s the Super Bowl LI odds board:

Odds to Win Super Bowl LI
TeamOdds
Green Bay Packers+600
New England Patriots+675
Seattle Seahawks+900
Pittsburgh Steelers+1000
Carolina Panthers+1000
Arizona Cardinals+1000
Denver Broncos+2000
Cincinnati Bengals+2000
New York Giants+2000
Kansas City Chiefs+2000
Oakland Raiders+2500
Dallas Cowboys+2500
Minnesota Vikings+2500
Houston Texans+3300
Baltimore Ravens+4000
Jacksonville Jaguars+5000
Washington Redskins+5000
New York Jets+6600
Atlanta Falcons+6600
Chicago Bears+7500
Buffalo Bills+7500
Philadelphia Eagles+7500
Los Angeles Rams+7500
Miami Dolphins+7500
Detroit Lions+7500
San Diego Chargers+7500
New Orleans Saints+7500
Tennessee Titans+10000
Tampa Bay Buccaneers+10000
San Francisco 49ers+15000
Cleveland Browns+15000

Odds as of September 8 at Bovada

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Super Bowl Futures betting season is here and you have two options: Try to get lucky or bet smart. The trying to get lucky option involves putting some money on a long shot — maybe your favorite team — and hoping just about everything goes right for them. Trying to get lucky also often results in losing money. The betting smart option involves betting on a team that statistically has a good chance of winning. It’s not always as fun because the odds aren’t as long, but it’s more profitable, and that’s the point of betting.

 

 

Figuring out how good of a chance a team has of winning the Super Bowl comes down to more than how good they look on paper. History plays a major factor too. Call them trends, call them facts, call them bull crap if you want, but what I’m about to deliver is the truth.

Here’s some tips based on historical numbers that will help narrow down your pick for this season’s Super Bowl winner:

Who you shouldn’t bet on

Don’t bet on any of the 20 teams that missed the playoffs last year. 28 of the last 33 Super Bowl winners (85%) made the playoffs the year before going all the way. The last Super Bowl winner to miss the playoffs the year before winning it was the 2009 Saints.

There are lots of sexy sleeper picks out there as we lead up to the season — the Bucs, Raiders and Jags to name a few. Then there’s the usual truckload of public money coming in on the Cowboys that the books rob Dallas backers blind on. Before you give into that urge to bet on a long shot, consider that it’s only happened three times that a team finished a season with a losing record, then won the Super Bowl the next season.

If you think the Panthers are about to bounce back and redeem their Super Bowl loss, think again. It’s only happened twice that a team lost in the Super Bowl, then won it the next year. It last happened with the 1972 Dolphins.

Who you should bet on

A recent trend has seen three of the last four Super Bowl winners go 12-4 the season before winning the Super Bowl — great news for the Patriots, Bengals and Broncos.

Looking at the last 25 years though, the average win total for a team the year before winning the Super Bowl is 10.64. The teams in that range last season were the Jets, Chiefs, Steelers, Seahawks, Vikings and Packers.

Looking at strength of schedule coming into the season, the Packers, Bengals and Steelers are among the teams with the easiest schedules, while the Seahawks, Jets and Patriots have some of the hardest schedules. This is important to consider as one easy game can be the difference between a first-round bye in the playoffs or playing a road game in the opening round. Of note regarding two of the teams with the easiest schedules — Green Bay plays just one playoff team from 2015 in its first nine games, while Pittsburgh plays just one playoff team from 2015 in its final nine games.

If you’d prefer to wait a week or two into the season to get a feel for how teams look out of the gate and to see how the futures odds move, you should know that a fast start is very important to how a team finishes a season. 75% of Super Bowl winners since 1980 all won their Week 1 matchup, and if a team starts 0-2, forget about it as only 9.3% of teams to start 0-2 since 2007 go on to make the playoffs.

To Recap

You might be thinking that just because something happened in the past doesn’t mean it’ll happen again, and you’re 100% right on that. However, if something happened a lot in the past, the likelihood of it occurring again are high, and that’s why it’s important to consider historic trends when tying up your money for an entire season with a Super Bowl futures bet.

Bet smart now and improve your chances of cashing in at the end of the season. Or don't — I guess it's really none of my business how you spend your money.

Here’s the Super Bowl LI odds board:

Odds to Win Super Bowl LI
TeamOdds
Green Bay Packers+600
New England Patriots+650
Seattle Seahawks+900
Pittsburgh Steelers+1100
Carolina Panthers+1100
Arizona Cardinals+1100
Denver Broncos+1800
Cincinnati Bengals+1800
New York Giants+1800
Kansas City Chiefs+1800
Oakland Raiders+2500
Dallas Cowboys+2500
Minnesota Vikings+2500
Houston Texans+4000
Baltimore Ravens+4000
Jacksonville Jaguars+4000
Washington Redskins+5000
New York Jets+6600
Atlanta Falcons+6600
Chicago Bears+7500
Buffalo Bills+7500
Philadelphia Eagles+7500
Los Angeles Rams+7500
Miami Dolphins+7500
Detroit Lions+7500
San Diego Chargers+7500
New Orleans Saints+7500
Tennessee Titans+7500
Tampa Bay Buccaneers+10000
San Francisco 49ers+15000
Cleveland Browns+15000

Odds as of September 5 at Bovada

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We are just a couple of days removed from both the conclusion of Super Bowl 50 as well as several sportsbooks posting their Super Bowl LI futures, but in over the past few hours there has been a shake up at the top of the board.

On Monday, the New England Patriots, Seattle Seahawks and Carolina Panthers opened as co-faves in a three-way tie atop the futures board at +900 at online shop Bovada, but it’s the Pats that have risen above the rest and own the top spot at +700 as of Tuesday, February 9.

The Panthers, the Super Bowl 50 runner-up, have been adjusted to +1100 while the Seahawks have now moved to +1000.

The Dallas Cowboys, fresh off a 4-12 season, have gone from +1600 to +1400 while another team off a disappointing season, the Indianapolis Colts, move from +2500 to +2000.

As for the Denver Broncos, the Super Bowl 50 champs have gone from +1600 to +1400, a move aping the Cowboys’ adjustment.

The way we’ve seen the odds shift in a mere 24 hours since these have been posted means we could be in store for a lot of movement in the coming days, weeks and months. Be sure to check our Super Bowl futures page often for the latest movement on Super Bowl LI futures.

Here’s a look at the early odds for Super Bowl 51:

Odds to Win Super Bowl LI
TeamOdds
New England Patriots+700
Seattle Seahawks+1000
Pittsburgh Steelers+1000
Green Bay Packers+1000
Carolina Panthers+1100
Dallas Cowboys+1400
Denver Broncos+1400
Arizona Cardinals+1600
Indianapolis Colts+2000
Cincinnati Bengals+2200
Kansas City Chiefs+2500
Minnesota Vikings+2500
Baltimore Ravens+3300
Atlanta Falcons+4000
Detroit Lions+4000
New Orleans Saints+4000
New York Giants+4000
Philadelphia Eagles+4000
Chicago Bears+4000
Houston Texans+4000
Buffalo Bills+4000
New York Jets+4000
Los Angeles Rams+5000
Washington Redskins+5000
San Francisco 49ers+5000
San Diego Chargers+5000
Tampa Bay Buccaneers+5000
Miami Dolphins+6600
Jacksonville Jaguars+6600
Oakland Raiders+6600
Tennessee Titans+6600
Cleveland Browns+15000

Odds as of February 9 at Bovada

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While Broncos fans continue to bask in the glow of their team’s Super Bowl 50 victory, fans and backers of other teams are already looking ahead to the new season. With free agency, the draft, potential retirements and trades on the horizon, some teams will look drastically different when the new season kicks off in September, but three teams in particular who couldn’t seal the deal this past season have already set themselves apart as the favorites to hoist the Lombardi trophy in 2017.

The New England Patriots, Seattle Seahawks and the Super Bowl runner-up, the Carolina Panthers, are locked in a three-way tie atop the odds on Bovada’s Super Bowl 51 Futures board at +900.

Even after a lackluster performance in Super Bowl 50, the future looks bright in Carolina. Their two top players, Cam Newton and Luke Kuechly, are just 26 and 24-years-old respectively, and they’ll see the return of their top wide receiver, Kelvin Benjamin, who missed the entire 2015-16 season due to a torn ACL. There are some question marks as it relates to free agency with the team — not the least of which will be Pro Bowl cornerback Josh Norman, who’ll be looking for a new deal.

The Seahawks failed to make it to their third straight Super Bowl this past season, and they’ll be taking the field without ‘Beast Mode’ in 2016-17, as Marshawn Lynch announced his retirement after nine years in the league. Luckily for Seattle, Thomas Rawls, who did an excellent job filling Lynch’s shoes when he was injured this season, is waiting in the wings. Seattle was the best second half team in the NFL this season, as they went into their playoff game against the Panthers winning seven out of eight games.

The Patriots were favorites to win Super Bowl 50 for a good chunk of the season, but they were slowly derailed by injuries as the season went on. They ultimately couldn’t get the job done against the top ranked Denver defense in the AFC title game, but there’s no doubt that they’ll be retooling for another Super Bowl run as Tom Brady begins to enter the twilight years of his career

As for the Super Bowl 50 winner, the Denver Broncos are +1600 to win Super Bowl LI, good enough for seventh on the list (tied with the Dallas Cowboys). The biggest question mark for the Broncos as we enter the postseason is the quarterback position. Many expect Peyton Manning to retire and the current backup in Denver, Brock Osweiler, is an unrestricted free agent. Speaking of free agents, Super Bowl MVP Von Miller will be looking for a new contract and it’s been reported that he’ll be franchise tagged.

The worst value on this list currently belongs to the Cowboys at +1600, who went 4-12 this past season. The best value might belong to their NFC East counterpart, the Washington Redskins, whose odds to win Super Bowl 51 are +5000.

Here's a look at the early odds for Super Bowl 51:

Odds to Win Super Bowl LI
TeamOdds
Carolina Panthers+900
New England Patriots+900
Seattle Seahawks+900
Green Bay Packers+1200
Pittsburgh Steelers+1200
Arizona Cardinals+1400
Denver Broncos+1600
Dallas Cowboys+1600
Cincinnati Bengals+2000
Indianapolis Colts+2500
Kansas City Chiefs+2500
Minnesota Vikings+2500
Atlanta Falcons+3300
Philadelphia Eagles+3300
Baltimore Ravens+3300
New York Jets+3300
New York Giants+3300
Buffalo Bills+3300
Detroit Lions+3300
New Orleans Saints+3300
Houston Texans+4000
Chicago Bears+4000
Washington Redskins+5000
Los Angeles Rams+5000
Miami Dolphins+5000
San Francisco 49ers+5000
San Diego Chargers+5000
Tampa Bay Buccaneers+5000
Jacksonville Jaguars+6600
Oakland Raiders+6600
Tennessee Titans+6600
Cleveland Browns+15000

Odds as of February 8 at Bovada

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The dust has barely settled on Super Bowl 50, but you can get your early action in on Super Bowl LI. Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos were victorious over the Carolina Panthers, but it’s Cam Newton and Co. that are favored to win the NFL’s prize next season. The Panthers lost 24-10 in Super Bowl 50, but are currently +800 favorites at online shop 5Dimes to win next year’s big game.

The Broncos, Super Bowl 50’s winners, were +2000 last week at 5Dimes but can now be had at +1400. Here is a look at the early odds for Super Bowl LI:

Odds to Win Super Bowl LI
TeamOdds
Carolina Panthers+800
New England Patriots+825
Seattle Seahawks+1100
Arizona Cardinals+1100
Green Bay Packers+1200
Pittsburgh Steelers+1200
Denver Broncos+1400
Cincinnati Bengals+1600
Indianapolis Colts+1600
Dallas Cowboys+2400
Kansas City Chiefs+2500
Minnesota Vikings+2500
Philadelphia Eagles+3500
Baltimore Ravens+3800
New York Jets+4250
New York Giants+4250
Houston Texans+4500
Buffalo Bills+4500
Atlanta Falcons+5000
Washington Redskins+5000
Los Angeles Rams+5000
Detroit Lions+5500
Miami Dolphins+5500
Oakland Raiders+5800
San Diego Chargers+6000
Chicago Bears+6500
New Orleans Saints+6800
Jacksonville Jaguars+8000
Tampa Bay Buccaneers+11000
San Francisco 49ers+11000
Cleveland Browns+21000
Tennessee Titans+22000

Odds as of February 7 at 5Dimes

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