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Odds to Win Super Bowl 53: Saints, Chiefs Eclipse the Patriots

With Week 11 of the 2018 NFL season almost here, the Los Angeles Rams remain the Super Bowl favorites, but a pair of teams are closing the gap on them rapidly.

The Rams are the +325 front-runners at Bovada, with the New Orleans Saints (+400), Kansas City Chiefs (+500), New England Patriots (+650) and Pittsburgh Steelers (+1000) shaping up the top five.

After losing in Week 10, the Patriots’ Super Bowl odds fell from +500 to +650.

While the Rams have been entrenched as the championship favorites since September, the Saints and Chiefs are on the rise in the eyes of oddsmakers. New Orleans stretched its winning streak to eight thanks to a 51-14 blowout of the Cincinnati Bengals, which caused their odds to jump from +500 to +400 in the process. The Chiefs moved to 9-1 thanks to a 26-14 triumph over the Arizona Cardinals, as the shop moved them into the No. 3 spot on the oddsboard.

Entering a matchup as 6.5-point favorites against the Tennessee Titans, the Patriots suffered through their worst game of the year in a 34-10 setback. New England is no stranger to uninspiring regular-season performances, but they normally happen earlier in the season instead of in mid-November. Bovada dropped the Pats to fourth on the list, as their Super Bowl chances fell from +500 to +650 in light of the poor showing.

Watch out for the Texans

The Houston Texans, who are available for +2500 at the shop, are well rested after their Week 10 bye and hit the road for a contest with the NFC East-leading Washington Redskins on Sunday. After losing three straight to start the season, the Texans have rattled off six straight wins to grab sole possession of first place in the AFC South and haven’t shown any signs of slowing down.

While the Texans look like they’re for real, sportsbooks are still undervaluing them a bit. Despite sitting out last week, Houston’s odds dropped from +2200 to +2500. Simply put, if you think Deshaun Watson and company can continue their run and make some noise in the playoffs, the time to bet them is now.

Odds to win Super Bowl 53
TeamOdds
Los Angeles Rams+325
New Orleans Saints+400
Kansas City Chiefs+500
New England Patriots+650
Pittsburgh Steelers+1000
Los Angeles Chargers+1200
Minnesota Vikings+1600
Chicago Bears+2000
Houston Texans+2500
Carolina Panthers+3300
Philadelphia Eagles+3300
Washington Redskins+3300
Green Bay Packers+3500
Dallas Cowboys+5000
Tennessee Titans+5000
Baltimore Ravens+6600
Seattle Seahawks+6600
Atlanta Falcons+8000
Cincinnati Bengals+8000
Indianapolis Colts+8000
Jacksonville Jaguars+12500
Cleveland Browns+25000
Denver Broncos+25000
Detroit Lions+25000
Miami Dolphins+25000
New York Giants+75000
New York Jets+75000
Tampa Bay Buccaneers+75000
Arizona Cardinals+100000
Buffalo Bills+100000
San Francisco 49ers+200000
Oakland Raiders+250000

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The 2018 NFL season is nine weeks old, and the playoff landscape is starting to take shape. When it comes to odds on which team will win Super Bowl 53, the Los Angeles Rams are still the undisputed front-runners despite suffering their first loss of the season in Week 9.

The Rams are +350 favorites to go all the way this year, with the New England Patriots (+500), New Orleans Saints (+500), Kansas City Chiefs (+550) and Pittsburgh Steelers (+1200) rounding out the top five on the odds list.

The Saints are for real

Los Angeles entered its matchup with the Saints as a 2-point favorite but was outperformed by Drew Brees and company in the Bayou State to the tune of a 45-35 result. Regardless, the Rams still deserve to be Super Bowl favorites, but we haven’t seen their defense get lit up in that fashion in the campaign.

The Saints, who were +650 prior to their big win over the Rams, look like a completely different team from the club that lost 48-40 in Week 1 to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. New Orleans has won seven straight since the setback and doesn’t appear to be slowing down any time soon. Next up is a Week 10 road matchup with the A.J. Green-less Cincinnati Bengals in what’s shaping up to be another winnable game.

Three teams are spiraling downward

While the Saints were the darlings of Week 9, the Washington Redskins, Green Bay Packers and Dallas Cowboys found themselves on the other side of the fence thanks to a trio of underwhelming performances. The Redskins were a very popular pick at home against the Atlanta Falcons but got blown out 38-14. Washington’s Super Bowl odds plummeted from +2800 to +5000, while the Falcons saw their chances rise from +6600 to +4500 in light of the win.

The Packers’ showdown with the Patriots at Gillette Stadium was dubbed as a matchup for the ages due to the star power at the quarterback position, yet the Packers once again failed to produce away from home, falling to New England 31-17. Now at 3-4-1 SU and third in the NFC North, the green and gold have their hands full to make a postseason run. If they’re to get there, they’ll have to improve on their 0-4 road record. Green Bay’s championship odds fell from +3300 to +5000 after losing in Massachusetts.

Cowboys fans and backers alike were expecting big things at AT&T Stadium in the Week 9 edition of Monday Night Football against the Tennessee Titans, but “America’s Team” ended up on the wrong side of a 28-14 score after failing to score any points in the second half. The suddenly weak NFC East looks like it’s up for grabs, but oddsmakers are already writing off the ’Boys thanks to an odds shift from +4500 to +6600.

Odds to win Super Bowl 53
TeamOdds
Los Angeles Rams+350
New England Patriots+500
New Orleans Saints+500
Kansas City Chiefs+550
Pittsburgh Steelers+1200
Los Angeles Chargers+1400
Minnesota Vikings+1400
Carolina Panthers+2000
Houston Texans+2200
Philadelphia Eagles+2200
Chicago Bears+2500
Atlanta Falcons+4500
Baltimore Ravens+4500
Cincinnati Bengals+4500
Seattle Seahawks+4500
Green Bay Packers+5000
Washington Redskins+5000
Dallas Cowboys+6600
Jacksonville Jaguars+6600
Tennessee Titans+6600
Indianapolis Colts+12500
Detroit Lions+15000
Miami Dolphins+17500
Denver Broncos+25000
Arizona Cardinals+40000
New York Jets+40000
Cleveland Browns+50000
Tampa Bay Buccaneers+50000
Buffalo Bills+100000
New York Giants+100000
Oakland Raiders+150000
San Francisco 49ers+200000

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We’ve reached the halfway point of the 2018 NFL season, and the usual suspects remain atop odds lists at sportsbooks when it comes to Super Bowl betting.

The Los Angeles Rams are the +275 championship favorites at Bovada, with the New England Patriots (+550), Kansas City Chiefs (+550), New Orleans Saints (+650), Los Angeles Chargers (+1600), Minnesota Vikings (+1600), Pittsburgh Steelers (+1600), Carolina Panthers (+2200), Houston Texans (+2200) and the Philadelphia Eagles (+2500) rounding out the top 10.

Seahawks look like they have their swagger back

The Seattle Seahawks and Detroit Lions’ Week 8 clash was expected to be a close one, but the Seahawks easily topped the Lions in front of their hometown fans 28-14. The Seahawks are notoriously slow starters, yet this year’s team was expected to take a major step backward even after its predictable stumble out of the gate.

After their Week 8 win, the Seahawks’ Super Bowl odds moved from +5000 to +3300.

Even in light of the season-ending injury to star safety Earl Thomas, the Seahawks once again look like legitimate contenders after rattling off wins in four of their last five games to improve to 4-3 SU on the year. After Seattle’s triumph over Detroit, Bovada dropped the Seahawks’ Super Bowl chances from +5000 to +3300. The Seahawks have a tough schedule over the next month with games against the Los Angeles Chargers, Los Angeles Rams, Green Bay Packers and Carolina Panthers on tap, so we’re going to learn a lot about if they’re for real or not going forward.

Whose odds are trending downward?

The Lions are on the opposite end of the spectrum when it comes to the respect of oddsmakers, as Detroit ranked as the biggest loser of the week thanks to an odds shift of +5000 all the way to +10000. On Tuesday, the Lions shipped wide receiver Golden Tate to the Eagles for a third-round pick, implying the front office may have thrown in the towel on the campaign.

Elsewhere, the Vikings’ odds fell from +1200 to +1600, the Baltimore Ravens moved from +2500 to +3300 and the Green Bay Packers are now +3300 after being available for +2500 prior to Week 8.

Odds to win Super Bowl 53
TeamOdds
Los Angeles Rams+275
Kansas City Chiefs+550
New England Patriots+550
New Orleans Saints+650
Los Angeles Chargers+1600
Minnesota Vikings+1600
Pittsburgh Steelers+1600
Carolina Panthers+2200
Houston Texans+2200
Philadelphia Eagles+2500
Chicago Bears+2800
Washington Redskins+2800
Baltimore Ravens+3300
Green Bay Packers+3300
Seattle Seahawks+3300
Cincinnati Bengals+4000
Dallas Cowboys+4500
Jacksonville Jaguars+5000
Atlanta Falcons+6600
Tennessee Titans+8000
Detroit Lions+10000
Indianapolis Colts+12500
Denver Broncos+15000
Miami Dolphins+17500
Tampa Bay Buccaneers+25000
Cleveland Browns+30000
New York Jets+30000
Arizona Cardinals+40000
Buffalo Bills+50000
New York Giants+100000
Oakland Raiders+100000
San Francisco 49ers+250000

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As we approach the halfway point of the 2018 NFL season, the teams at the top of oddsboards at sportsbooks remain largely the same.

The Los Angeles Rams remain the +280 favorites to win Super Bowl 53 at Bovada, with the New England Patriots (+550), Kansas City Chiefs (+600), New Orleans Saints (+800) and Minnesota Vikings (+1200) rounding out the top five.

Redskins are rising up the ranks

Very quietly, the Washington Redskins have grabbed sole possession of the suddenly weak NFC East at 4-2 SU. The ’Skins edged out the archrival Dallas Cowboys 20-17 at home in Week 7 and saw their Super Bowl odds jump from +5000 to +3300 as a result – the biggest leap on the odds list from the weekend.

The Redskins, who were +6500 at the start of the campaign, have been one of the biggest surprise teams in the NFL so far. Washington’s defense has been its strong suit, as the unit ranks seventh in the NFL in points allowed per game (20.2) and fifth in yards allowed per game (325.7). Alex Smith has been a steady presence under center in his first year with the franchise, while Adrian Peterson has turned back the clock to give the team a reliable starting running back after rookie Derrius Guice tore his ACL in the preseason.

What’s going on in Jacksonville?

To say the Jacksonville Jaguars are experiencing a team crisis right now would be a massive understatement. The Jaguars’ 20-7 loss to the Houston Texans in Week 7 gave them three straight setbacks, as the club now sits at 3-4 SU and has to travel to London for a matchup with the reigning champion Philadelphia Eagles at Wembley Stadium on Sunday. After the loss, the Jags’ chances to hoist the Lombardi Trophy in February fell from +2000 all the way to +4000.

After Week 7, the Jaguars’ Super Bowl odds fell from +2000 to +4000.

Thanks to two fumbles in the first half, Blake Bortles was benched in favor of Cody Kessler, yet the ex-Cleveland Brown didn’t fare much better against the Texans. Jaguars head coach Doug Marrone has stated Bortles will return to the starting role in England, but it goes without saying that the Jaguars are an extremely hard team to trust for the time being. Jacksonville’s appearance in the AFC championship game a year ago was a high point for the franchise, but the team is starting to look like the Jaguars of old right now.

Looking for more betting information on the gridiron? Head over to our NFL odds page. Here’s a look at the book’s full list of odds:

Odds to win Super Bowl 53
TeamOdds
Los Angeles Rams+280
New England Patriots+550
Kansas City Chiefs+600
New Orleans Saints+800
Minnesota Vikings+1200
Los Angeles Chargers+1600
Pittsburgh Steelers+1800
Baltimore Ravens+2500
Green Bay Packers+2500
Philadelphia Eagles+2500
Carolina Panthers+2800
Houston Texans+2800
Chicago Bears+3300
Washington Redskins+3300
Atlanta Falcons+4000
Jacksonville Jaguars+4000
Cincinnati Bengals+4500
Dallas Cowboys+4500
Detroit Lions+5000
Seattle Seahawks+5000
Tennessee Titans+8000
Denver Broncos+10000
Miami Dolphins+10000
Tampa Bay Buccaneers+12500
Cleveland Browns+15000
Indianapolis Colts+15000
New York Jets+15000
New York Giants+25000
Oakland Raiders+30000
Buffalo Bills+40000
Arizona Cardinals+50000
San Francisco 49ers+50000

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With six weeks of the NFL season officially in the books, the Los Angeles Rams remain the undisputed favorites to win Super Bowl 53.

At BetOnline, the Rams are +350 favorites, with the New England Patriots (+700), Kansas City Chiefs (+750), New Orleans Saints (+1000) and Minnesota Vikings (+1200) making up the top five.

Vikings return to the good graces of oddsmakers

The Vikings were projected as a legitimate threat to win the championship prior to the season’s kickoff yet looked like anything but for five weeks. After opening the year with a win over the San Francisco 49ers followed by a tie vs the archrival Green Bay Packers in Week 2, the Vikings were flat-out embarrassed in the form of a 27-6 blowout at the hands of the lowly Buffalo Bills at U.S. Bank Stadium.

But Minny has fared much better since then, putting in a spirited effort in a 38-31 road setback to the Rams before rattling off wins over the Philadelphia Eagles (23-21) and Arizona Cardinals (27-17). As a result, the Vikes’ odds of winning the first Super Bowl in franchise history improved from +1800 to +1200 after Week 6. With a Week 7 matchup vs the New York Jets on deck, the purple and gold have a good chance of improving their record to 4-2-1.

Are the Cowboys back in the Super Bowl picture?

It looked like the Dallas Cowboys were in for yet another long year through five weeks, but Dallas’ 40-7 demolition of the Jacksonville Jaguars at Jerry World has both Cowboys fans and bettors believing this team might have a shot to compete in the suddenly weak NFC East after all. In light of the huge win, Dallas’ Super Bowl odds spiked from +6600 to +4000, the biggest jump at the book.

The Cowboys’ Super Bowl odds jumped from +6600 to +4000 after Week 6.

The Cowboys scored a total of 83 points in their first five contests prior to the offensive explosion last weekend, and Dallas is now tied with the Philadelphia Eagles for second place in the division. Both Dallas and Philly are a half-game behind the Washington Redskins, whom the Cowboys play in Week 7. The ’Boys are 3-0 SU at home and 0-3 on the road, so the matchup with the Redskins could go a long way to finding out what the true mettle of this team is.

Odds to win Super Bowl 53
TeamOdds
Los Angeles Rams+350
New England Patriots+700
Kansas City Chiefs+750
New Orleans Saints+1000
Minnesota Vikings+1200
Los Angeles Chargers+1600
Green Bay Packers+1800
Jacksonville Jaguars+2000
Philadelphia Eagles+2000
Pittsburgh Steelers+2000
Baltimore Ravens+2500
Chicago Bears+2500
Houston Texans+3300
Atlanta Falcons+4000
Carolina Panthers+4000
Cincinnati Bengals+4000
Dallas Cowboys+4000
Washington Redskins+5000
Detroit Lions+6600
Seattle Seahawks+6600
Miami Dolphins+8000
Cleveland Browns+10000
New York Jets+10000
Tennessee Titans+10000
Denver Broncos+15000
New York Giants+15000
Buffalo Bills+25000
Indianapolis Colts+25000
Tampa Bay Buccaneers+25000
Oakland Raiders+50000
San Francisco 49ers+50000

Odds as of October 16 at BetOnline

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Week 5 in the NFL provided some clarity to an otherwise unpredictable season, as the contenders are starting to separate themselves from the pretenders on the gridiron.

According to Super Bowl odds from BetOnline, the Los Angeles Rams remain the heavy +300 favorites to win Super Bowl 53, with the Kansas City Chiefs (+700), New England Patriots (+700), New Orleans Saints (+1000) and Jacksonville Jaguars (+1800) right behind them.

Outlook of the NFC South is becoming clearer

The NFC South is widely considered one of the toughest divisions in football, yet two teams are trending upwards and two are heading in the opposite direction entering Week 6. Thanks to a massive 43-19 win over the Washington Redskins in Monday Night Football, the Saints look like Super Bowl contenders once again while topping the division at 4-1 SU.

The Panthers’ Super Bowl odds improved from +4000 to +2500 after Week 5.

The Carolina Panthers have enjoyed some major highs and lows in the Cam Newton era, but the Auburn product has looked great during Carolina’s 3-1 start. In light of the Panthers’ 33-31 victory over the New York Giants, Carolina’s Super Bowl odds improved from +4000 to +2500 – the biggest jump on the board. The Panthers have a road date with the Redskins next week before facing the Philadelphia Eagles, Baltimore Ravens and Tampa Bay Buccaneers – all winnable games.

The Bucs, who had a bye in Week 5, have their hands full in order to stay in contention in the division. The Falcons’ 1-4 start has been a nightmare for Atlanta fans, and oddsmakers have already written off their season. Matt Ryan and company’s Super Bowl odds fell all the way from +4000 to +6600 after a brutal 41-17 road loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers, and expecting the Falcons to become the first team in NFL history to both host and play in the big game in February is looking like a small miracle at this point.

Can the Packers salvage their season?

To say Green Bay has had its fair share of issues through the first five weeks of the campaign would be a massive understatement. The 2-2-1 Packers could easily be 1-4 if Aaron Rodgers didn’t complete a historic comeback in the second half against the Chicago Bears in Week 1 and if Minnesota Vikings kicker Daniel Carlson didn’t miss two overtime kicks the following week.

Speaking of kicking problems, longtime Packers kicker Mason Crosby put forth the worst performance of his career in Green Bay’s 31-23 loss to the division rival Detroit Lions on Sunday. Crosby missed five field goals and an extra point in the setback – the most failed field-goal attempts in an NFL game since 1997. The Packers have plenty of time to get back on track, yet sportsbooks dropped them from +1800 to +2800 on the oddsboard in light of the loss.

Looking for more football betting info? Head over to our NFL page for everything you’ll need to put some cash in your pocket this season.

Odds to win Super Bowl 53
TeamOdds
Los Angeles Rams+300
Kansas City Chiefs+700
New England Patriots+700
New Orleans Saints+1000
Jacksonville Jaguars+1800
Minnesota Vikings+1800
Baltimore Ravens+2000
Los Angeles Chargers+2000
Carolina Panthers+2500
Chicago Bears+2500
Philadelphia Eagles+2500
Pittsburgh Steelers+2500
Green Bay Packers+2800
Houston Texans+4000
Atlanta Falcons+6600
Cleveland Browns+6600
Dallas Cowboys+6600
Detroit Lions+6600
Tennessee Titans+6600
Washington Redskins+6600
Seattle Seahawks+8000
Miami Dolphins+10000
New York Giants+10000
Tampa Bay Buccaneers+10000
Buffalo Bills+15000
Denver Broncos+15000
New York Jets+15000
Indianapolis Colts+20000
Oakland Raiders+25000
Arizona Cardinals+50000

Odds as of October 9 at BetOnline

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Week 4 in the NFL has come and gone and the Los Angeles Rams remain the undisputed favorites to win Super Bowl 53.

Fresh off a 38-31 shootout win over the Minnesota Vikings in Thursday Night Football, the Rams remain the +350 favorites to hoist the Lombardi Trophy in February at BetOnline. The Kansas City Chiefs (+700), New England Patriots (+800), Jacksonville Jaguars (+1000) and New Orleans Saints (+1200) round out the top five on the oddsboard.

Who’s on the rise?

When it comes to odds moves over the past week, the Chicago Bears (+2500 to +2200), Baltimore Ravens (+2800 to +1800) and Cincinnati Bengals (+4000 to +3300) saw their championship chances improve. The Bears offense exploded to the tune of a 48-10 blowout of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, while the Ravens topped their division rival Pittsburgh Steelers in Sunday Night Football. The Bengals held on to edge the Atlanta Falcons in one of the many entertaining matchups of the weekend.

Steelers’ Super Bowl odds are tumbling

Speaking of the Steelers, Pittsburgh finds itself tied with the Cleveland Browns in the basement of the AFC North through four weeks at 1-2-1. The Steelers are looking like a shell of their former selves so far, as the club is clearly missing the presence of star running back Le’Veon Bell, who’s been away from the team due to a contract dispute.

The good news for fans of the black and gold is Bell is expected to report to the Steelers during the team’s Week 7 bye and “definitely plans to play football for Pittsburgh this season,” according to Jeremy Fowler of ESPN. While bringing Bell back into the fold will give the Steelers a boost, it won’t help Pittsburgh’s atrocious defense that’s allowed 29 points per game in 2018, seventh-worst in the NFL. In light of the Steelers’ setback to the Ravens, Pittsburgh’s Super Bowl odds fell all the way from +1200 to +2800.

Looking for more football betting info? Head over to our NFL page for everything you’ll need to put some cash in your pocket on the gridiron.

Odds to win Super Bowl 53
TeamOdds
Los Angeles Rams+350
Kansas City Chiefs+700
New England Patriots+800
Jacksonville Jaguars+1000
New Orleans Saints+1200
Baltimore Ravens+1800
Green Bay Packers+1800
Minnesota Vikings+2000
Chicago Bears+2200
Philadelphia Eagles+2200
Los Angeles Chargers+2800
Pittsburgh Steelers+2800
Cincinnati Bengals+3300
Atlanta Falcons+4000
Carolina Panthers+4000
Tennessee Titans+4000
Houston Texans+5000
Washington Redskins+5000
Dallas Cowboys+6600
Miami Dolphins+6600
Seattle Seahawks+6600
Denver Broncos+8000
Cleveland Browns+10000
Detroit Lions+10000
Indianapolis Colts+10000
New York Giants+10000
Oakland Raiders+10000
Tampa Bay Buccaneers+10000
New York Jets+30000
San Francisco 49ers+50000
Buffalo Bills+75000

Odds as of October 2 at Bovada

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Since Super Bowl 53 odds came out in February, the New England Patriots and Los Angeles Rams have been neck and neck at the top of the list. Three weeks into the 2018 NFL season, the Rams have given themselves some major breathing room apart from Tom Brady and company.

At Bovada, L.A. is all alone at the top of the oddsboard with a price of +400. The Patriots (+800), Kansas City Chiefs (+900), Philadelphia Eagles (+1100), Minnesota Vikings (+1200) and Jacksonville Jaguars (+1200) are right behind them.

Are the Rams worth the price?

It seemed like Los Angeles general manager Les Snead was running the front office in Madden mode in the offseason, and it soon became clear the Rams were all-in with the new (and expensive) faces Snead brought in. Ahead of Week 4, the Rams have certainly looked the part of a Super Bowl favorite in light of a convincing 35-23 beatdown of the crosstown rival Chargers. As a result, the 3-0 Rams saw their chances of hoisting the Lombardi Trophy increase from +650 all the way to the current number of +400.

When it comes on placing a futures bet on the Rams, it seems like the best course of action is to wait. L.A. has some tough tests on the way, starting with a Week 4 Thursday Night Football clash with the Vikings. With matchups against the Green Bay Packers (Week 8), New Orleans Saints (Week 9), Chiefs (Week 11) and Eagles (Week 15) remaining, bettors can surely get a better price if the Rams falter at all as the season progresses.

What’s going on in New England?

I wasn’t trying to jinx New England when I told Pats fans not to fret about them in this column a week ago, but after the Patriots suffered a 26-10 road loss to the Detroit Lions in Sunday Night Football, it’s become clear something is not quite right in Massachusetts.

Bovada moved the Pats’ Super Bowl odds to +800 after they were available for +650 prior to the game, and it’s easy to understand why. New England is now 1-2 ahead of a Week 4 home date with the AFC East-leading Miami Dolphins, a team that’s traditionally played them tough. The Pats are no strangers to September losses, yet it feels a little different this time around. A bounce-back performance in front of their hometown fans is badly needed for New England.

After the Steelers topped the Tampa Bay Buccaneers 30-27 in Monday Night Football, Pittsburgh’s odds of winning the Super Bowl improved from +1600 to +1200. The Bucs, who suffered their first loss of the year, saw their chances fall from +3300 to +4000.

Here’s a look at the book’s full list of Super Bowl odds. For more betting info on the gridiron, head over to our NFL page.

Odds to win Super Bowl 53
TeamOdds
Los Angeles Rams+400
New England Patriots+800
Kansas City Chiefs+900
Philadelphia Eagles+1100
Minnesota Vikings+1200
Jacksonville Jaguars+1200
Pittsburgh Steelers+1200
New Orleans Saints+1400
Green Bay Packers+1800
Atlanta Falcons+2500
Los Angeles Chargers+2500
Chicago Bears+2500
Carolina Panthers+2800
Baltimore Ravens+2800
Tampa Bay Buccaneers+4000
Denver Broncos+4000
Cincinnati Bengals+4000
Miami Dolphins+4000
Washington Redskins+4000
Dallas Cowboys+5000
Houston Texans+5000
Tennessee Titans+5000
Seattle Seahawks+5000
New York Giants+6600
Detroit Lions+6600
San Francisco 49ers+8000
Indianapolis Colts+8000
Cleveland Browns+8000
Oakland Raiders+12500
New York Jets+15000
Buffalo Bills+20000
Arizona Cardinals+50000

Odds as of September 25 at Bovada

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Week 2 of the new NFL season is in the books, and according to sportsbooks, the New England Patriots have some company at the top of Super Bowl 53 odds lists.

The Patriots and Los Angeles Rams have the best odds to hoist the Lombardi Trophy in February at +650 at Bovada. Right behind them are the Minnesota Vikings (+900), Jacksonville Jaguars (+900) and Kansas City Chiefs (+1200).

Don’t fret about the Patriots

It seems like every year the Pats have at least one bad loss in September, and New England’s 31-20 setback to the Jaguars at TIAA Bank Field was far from the performance we’re used to seeing from Tom Brady and company. The Patriots defense couldn’t contain Jags quarterback Blake Bortles, as the 26-year-old threw for four touchdowns along with 377 yards in the air in the victory.

With the triumph, the Jaguars’ odds of winning the Super Bowl increased from +1200 to +900. The Pats, who were +600 a week ago, have a much easier matchup against the Detroit Lions in Week 3. We’ve seen enough from the Patriots over the years to know that a setback in September won’t matter much in the long run, especially considering the general weakness of the rest of the AFC East. Help is on the way for the Pats offense, as the Browns traded speedy wide receiver Josh Gordon to New England for a fifth-round pick on Monday.

Here come the Chiefs

Veteran bench boss Andy Reid has long been labeled an excellent regular-season coach who can’t win in the playoffs, but the arrival of second-year signal-caller Patrick Mahomes has many Kansas City Chiefs fans dreaming of a trip to Atlanta on February 3, 2019. Mahomes, who threw for 256 yards and four touchdowns in Kansas City’s 38-28 Week 1 win over the Los Angeles Chargers, followed that up with a 326-yard, six-touchdown performance in a 42-37 victory over the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday.

The Chiefs’ Super Bowl odds have improved from +2000 to +1200 after Week 2.

That puts Mahomes ahead of Peyton Manning, Drew Brees and Charley Johnson’s nine touchdowns through the first two games of a season. The Chiefs defense has left a lot to be desired, but Mahomes’ eye-popping stats have caused oddsmakers at Bovada to lower the Chiefs’ Super Bowl odds from +2000 to +1200 after Week 2. Kansas City’s chances to go all the way will likely only get slimmer from here on out, so if you think Mahomes has what it takes to bring the Chiefs over the playoff hump, the time to bet them is now.

Bears’ odds are on the move

In light of the Chicago Bears’ 24-17 triumph over the Seattle Seahawks in Monday Night Football, the Bears improved to 1-1 on the year and saw their Super Bowl odds improve from +5000 to +3500 in the process. The Seahawks, who look like a shell of the team that went to back-to-back Super Bowls only a few seasons ago, are now +8000 after being available for +6600 prior to the tilt.

Here’s a look at the book’s full list of Super Bowl odds. For more betting info on the gridiron, head over to our NFL page.

Odds to win Super Bowl 53
TeamOdds
New England Patriots+650
Los Angeles Rams+650
Minnesota Vikings+900
Jacksonville Jaguars+900
Green Bay Packers+1200
Philadelphia Eagles+1200
Kansas City Chiefs+1200
Pittsburgh Steelers+1200
New Orleans Saints+1800
Atlanta Falcons+1800
Los Angeles Chargers+2000
San Francisco 49ers+2800
Carolina Panthers+3300
Baltimore Ravens+3300
Denver Broncos+3300
Dallas Cowboys+3300
Tampa Bay Buccaneers+3300
Chicago Bears+3500
Houston Texans+4000
Cincinnati Bengals+4000
Tennessee Titans+5000
Miami Dolphins+5000
Washington Redskins+6600
Indianapolis Colts+6600
New York Giants+8000
Oakland Raiders+8000
Seattle Seahawks+8000
Detroit Lions+10000
Cleveland Browns+12500
New York Jetss+12500
Arizona Cardinals+25000
Buffalo Bills+50000

Odds as of September 18 at Bovada

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The 2018 NFL season got off to a roaring start, and there’s been no shortage of odds movement at sportsbooks when it comes to which squad will hoist the Lombardi Trophy in February.

The Vikings’ Super Bowl odds have improved from +1100 to +800.

At Bovada, the New England Patriots are the +600 favorites to win Super Bowl 53, with the Minnesota Vikings (+800), Los Angeles Rams (+800), Philadelphia Eagles (+900), Green Bay Packers (+1000), Pittsburgh Steelers (+1100), Jacksonville Jaguars (+1200), New Orleans Saints (+1500), Atlanta Falcons (+2000) and Kansas City Chiefs (+2000) right behind them.

Patriots locked in at the top

The Pats have been locked in as the front-runners to win the sixth Super Bowl of the Tom Brady-Bill Belichick era since they lost to the Eagles in the big game, and barring anything disastrous, they’ll be the faves for the time being. New England’s odds did shift a bit, however, dropping slightly from +550 to +600 despite beating Houston 27-20 at Gillette Stadium.

Watch out for the Vikings

The biggest move on the board came from the Vikings, whose Super Bowl chances improved from +1100 to +800 after they easily topped Jimmy Garoppolo and the San Francisco 49ers 24-16. Minny’s defense was excellent in 2017 and is primed to be even better this season, as the unit ended the day with three interceptions and a fumble.

New quarterback Kirk Cousins fit into the offense seamlessly in his first start in purple, so expect the Vikes to receive plenty of love in Super Bowl futures going forward. It was the opposite story for the Niners, evidenced by San Francisco’s chances decreasing from +2000 to +3300.

Best of the rest

Elsewhere, the Falcons (+1500 to +2000), Chargers (+2000 to +2500) and Cowboys (+2800 to +4000) also saw their odds worsen, while the Jaguars (+1800 to +1200), Chiefs (+2500 to +2000) and Panthers (+4000 to +2800) moved up the board.

Looking for more betting info on the gridiron? Head over to our NFL page. Here’s a look at the shop’s full list of odds:

Odds to win Super Bowl 53
TeamOdds
New England Patriots+600
Minnesota Vikings+800
Los Angeles Rams+800
Philadelphia Eagles+900
Green Bay Packers+1000
Pittsburgh Steelers+1100
Jacksonville Jaguars+1200
New Orleans Saints+1500
Atlanta Falcons+2000
Kansas City Chiefs+2000
Los Angeles Chargers+2500
Houston Texans+2500
Carolina Panthers+2800
Baltimore Ravens+2800
San Francisco 49ers+3300
Denver Broncos+3300
Dallas Cowboys+4000
Chicago Bears+4000
New York Giants+5000
Washington Redskins+5000
Tennessee Titans+6600
Seattle Seahawks+6600
Cincinnati Bengals+6600
Tampa Bay Buccaneers+6600
Cleveland Browns+7500
Miami Dolphins+8000
Detroit Lions+8000
Oakland Raiders+8000
Indianapolis Colts+10000
Arizona Cardinals+15000
New York Jets+10000
Buffalo Bills+25000

Odds as of September 11 at Bovada

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