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Super Bowl 54 Exact Matchup Odds: Patriots, Saints Look to Be on a Collision Course to Miami

Super Bowl 54 Exact Matchup Odds

Through 11 weeks of the NFL season, oddsmakers are expecting the New England Patriots and New Orleans Saints to meet in Super Bowl 54.

The Patriots vs the Saints is the +600 likeliest Super Bowl matchup at 5Dimes, with the Patriots vs the San Francisco 49ers (+721), Patriots vs Green Bay Packers (+1100), Saints vs Baltimore Ravens (+1220) and Patriots vs Seattle Seahawks (+1290) comprising the rest of the top five.

Are the Pats Super Bowl-Bound Yet Again?

New England was cruising with an 8-0 record into its Week 9 Sunday Night Football clash with the Baltimore Ravens but came back down to earth in the form of a 37-20 blowout at the hands of MVP contender Lamar Jackson and company. Baltimore has won six games in a row and looks to be on cruise control right now, causing the sportsbook to significantly improve their odds in the past few weeks.

Still, we’ve seen the Patriots come up short in regular-season games before only to turn it on in the playoffs, so I don’t think the Pats’ first setback of the year should cause any concern for their bettors. New England rebounded in Week 11 with a 17-10 win over the Philadelphia Eagles to improve to 9-1.

NFC Is a Free-For-All Right Now

New Orleans entered Week 10 with a 7-1 record, but the Saints looked sloppy in a 26-9 loss to the Falcons. Still, sportsbooks aren’t fretting, as the Saints are second on the Super Bowl oddsboard behind the Patriots. The Saints got back on track in an easy 34-17 triumph over the lowly Tampa Bay Buccaneers last week, and a date against the struggling Carolina Panthers awaits on Sunday.

The NFC is significantly tougher than the AFC, but the Saints and 49ers (9-1) look like the likeliest contenders to represent the conference in the big game. 

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Super Bowl 54 Matchup Odds
TeamOdds
Patriots vs Saints+600
Patriots vs 49ers+721
Patriots vs Packers+1100
Ravens vs Saints+1220
Patriots vs Seahawks+1290
Ravens vs 49ers+1365
Patriots vs Vikings+1815
Ravens vs Packers+2040
Chiefs vs Saints+2175
Ravens vs Seahawks+2380
Chiefs vs 49ers+2420
Patriots vs Cowboys+2450
Ravens vs Vikings+3325
Chiefs vs Packers+3600
Patriots vs Eagles+4125
Chiefs vs Seahawks+4175
Ravens vs Cowboys+4450
Patriots vs Rams+5250
Chiefs vs Vikings+5800
Ravens vs Eagles+7450
Chiefs vs Cowboys+7800
Ravens vs Rams+9400
Texans vs Saints+9600
Texans vs 49ers+10600
Colts vs Saints+12800
Raiders vs Saints+12800
Chiefs vs Eagles+12900
Raiders vs 49ers+14200
Colts vs 49ers+14200
Texans vs Packers+15600

Odds as of November 21 at 5Dimes


How to Read Super Bowl Matchup Odds

When you check out an NFL betting site, you’ll see odds displayed like this:

Patriots vs Saints +475

Patriots vs 49ers +550

Patriots vs Packers +1175

Unlike a moneyline bet where the favorites are represented by the minus sign (-), and the underdogs with the plus sign (+), here the fave is the matchup with the lowest odds (Pats vs Saints). Generally, the team that won the Super Bowl the previous year will find itself at the top of the oddsboard.

If you were to bet $200 at +475, you’d get a payout of $1,150 – your original $200 is returned along with your winnings of $950. Our Odds Calculator will tell you what you’d win based on the odds and amount bet.

What is a Prop Bet on the NFL?

A prop bet is a wager you make on the occurrence or non-occurrence of team or player milestones that may not correlate to the outcome of a particular game. In this case, you’d be betting on the exact Super Bowl lineup.

As the season progresses and more games are played, oddsmakers will adjust the lines. A surging squad in November would see their odds to make it to the big game change to reflect their on-field performance. For instance, if the Chiefs had a rough start but then spend the next 10 weeks destroying their opponents, the odds will shift in their favor.