Super Bowl LII Updated Odds

2019 Super Bowl LIII Odds, 1/14/19 Saints Favored, Followed by Chiefs

The NFL is down to its final four teams and the current Super Bowl LIII odds list the New Orleans Saints as the current favorite, followed by the Kansas City Chiefs.

According to oddsmakers from online sports book, the Saints are 2/1 favorites to win the 2019 Super Bowl. As previously mentioned, the Chiefs have the next-best odds at 27/10, followed by the Rams and Patriots, who are both 7/2, respectively.

As for Sundays’ game odds, the Saints remain a 3.5-point home favorite to beat the Rams in the NFC Championship at 3:05 p.m. ET. New Orleans opened as 3-point home favorites before the line was bet up. The total, meanwhile, has stayed put at 57 points.

In the AFC Championship Game, the Chiefs opened as 3-point home favorites for their matchup with the visiting Patriots and that’s where the line sits. The total has seen some interesting movement, however, opening at 57, climbing to 57.5 at most sportsbooks, then dropping to 55.5 by Monday evening. With bad weather in the forecast for Kansas City this weekend, the total may drop even more ahead of the 6:40 p.m. ET kickoff.

As of this writing, 58% of the betting tickets wagered at online sportsbooks are on the Rams to cover the spread versus the Saints while 54% of the betting tickets for the AFC title game are currently on the Chiefs.

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