NFL Week 4 Updated Super Bowl Odds
With the New England Patriots losing for the second consecutive week, the Los Angeles Rams retained their spot atop the NFL futures landscape. With the Rams remaining the favorites, here’s a look at updated Super Bowl odds through three weeks of play.
According to oddsmakers from online sports book BetNow.eu, the Rams are 3/1 favorites to win the Super Bowl following their victory over the Chargers last Sunday. They’ve thoroughly beaten every opponent on their schedule, although two of those three victories came against the Cardinals and Raiders, respectively, who are a combined 0-6 on the season. Still, the Rams have been the most impressive team in the league outside of maybe…
The Chiefs have the next-best odds to win the Super Bowl at 9/1. While Kansas City’s defense remains a huge problem, Patrick Mahomes is the early front-runner to win league MVP. Combined with Tyreek Hill, Kareem Hunt and Sammy Watkins, the Chiefs have the most dangerous offense in the league and will be a problem for most opponents.
The Top 5
The Patriots were thoroughly beaten by the Lions on Sunday night and now they have double-digit odds to win the Super Bowl at 12/1. The Jaguars, who also lost on Sunday, are 13/1, followed by the Saints at 15/1. That rounds out the top 5 in terms of the latest odds.
The Top 10
After the Saints at 15/1 are the defending champion Eagles at 16/1. The Vikings, who were shocked by the Bills last Sunday, are now 18/1, followed by the Packers at 20/1 and the Steelers at 25/1. Despite losing to the Saints to fall to 1-2 on the year, the Falcons still have top-10 odds to win the Super Bowl at 30/1, although the Ravens and Chargers share those same 30/1 odds.
Mid-Range Long Shots
The Bears are off to a 2-1 start to the season and had they not collapsed in Green Bay in Week 1, they’d be 3-0. Chicago is 40/1 to win the Super Bowl, just ahead of the Panthers and Dolphins at 45/1, respectively. The Bengals, meanwhile, are 50/1, followed by the Titans at 55/1 and the Broncos at 60/1. The 2-1 Bucs, who nearly pulled off a miraculous comeback on Monday night, are 70/1 to win the Super Bowl, followed by the Browns, Giants and Redskins, who are all 75/1, respectively. The 0-3 Texans are 80/1.
The Longest of Long Shots
The Cowboys, Lions, Colts and Seahawks are all 100/1, respectively, to win the Super Bowl. The Jets and Raiders are both 350/1, respectively, while the Bills are 450/1 following their victory over the Vikings as a 16.5-point road underdog last week. The 49ers, who lost Jimmy Garoppolo to a season-ending ACL tear, are now 650/1 while the Cardinals currently have the longest odds to win the Super Bowl at 2000/1.