Divisional Round Super Bowl Odds
Heading into the Divisional Round of the NFL playoffs, the Patriots remain favored to win Super Bowl LII. Here's a complete list of odds.
New England Patriots (2/1)
According to oddsmakers from online sports book Bovada.lv, the Patriots are favored to win the Super Bowl over the remaining eight teams in the NFL playoffs at 2/1. New England will host the Tennessee Titans on Saturday night and is currently a 13.5-point home favorite.
Minnesota Vikings (17/5)
The team with the next-best odds to win the Super Bowl and the team with the best odds from the NFC is the Vikings, who are 17/5. They'll host the Saints on Sunday afternoon after New Orleans held on to beat the Panthers in the Wild Card round. Minnesota is a 3.5-point home favorite to beat New Orleans. The Vikings beat the Saints and covered easily as a 3-point home favorite in Week 1 of the regular season.
Pittsburgh Steelers (9/2)
No surprise, the Steelers have the second-best odds to win the Super Bowl in the AFC behind the Patriots. Pittsburgh will get an opportunity at revenge on Sunday when it hosts the Jacksonville Jaguars, who smoked the Steelers 30-9 as a 7.5-point underdog back in early October of this year. The Jaguars are a 7-point underdog for the rematchup.
New Orleans Saints (6/1)
The Saints advanced to the Divisional Round thanks in large part to Drew Brees, who completed 23-of-33 passes for 376 yards, two touchdowns and an interception in the team's win over the Panthers on Sunday. He hit Ted Ginn in stride for an 80-yard touchdown in the first quarter was on fire the rest of the way. He'll get a much tougher matchup on Sunday when the Saints travel to Minnesota but the Saints remain a legit Super Bowl contender.
Atlanta Falcons (15/2)
The defending NFC champion Falcons advanced to the Divisional Round with an impressive victory over the Rams on Saturday night. Atlanta's defense held the No. 1 scoring offense in the league to only 13 points and kicker Matt Bryant was outstanding. Matt Ryan completed 21-of-30 passes for 218 yards and a touchdown while Julio Jones caught nine-of-10 targets for 94 yards a score. The Falcons are 2.5-point road favorites over the top-seeded Eagles on Saturday afternoon.
Philadelphia Eagles (15/1)
The Eagles are the top seed in the NFC but they're a small home underdog on Saturday because of their quarterback situation. Nick Foles had a great game against the Giants the week after he had to step in for the injured Carson Wentz but he was a disaster on Christmas night when the Eagles squeaked by the Raiders. With the Falcons defense playing its best football, Foles and the Eagles will have their hands full in the Divisonal Round.
Jacksonville Jaguars (20/1)
The Jaguars defense held the Bills to just a single field goal on Sunday in the Wild Card round but they're in trouble on offense. Blake Bortles was a disaster, completing 12-of-23 passes for 87 yards while also adding 10 rushes for 88 additional yards. While he deserves credit for using his legs to help get the Jags to the next round, if Bortles can't throw the ball better than Sunday then Jacksonville's season will likely end in Pittsburgh this weekend. Still, the Jags routed the Steelers in early October so they won't be intimidated by Pittsburgh's "Killer B's."
Tennessee Titans (75/1)
The Titans have the worst odds to win the Super Bowl by far at 75/1. They put together a remarkable comeback against the Chiefs on Saturday but they have to travel to Foxborough next weekend for a date with the Super Bowl champion Patriots. Public bettors are already fading Tennessee for Sunday.