NFL Week 4 Super Bowl Odds
With Week 3 officially in the books following the Cowboys' victory over the Cardinals on MNF, here's an updated look at the 2018 Super Bowl odds.
According to oddsmakers from online sports book Bovada.lv, the Patriots remain favored to win the Super Bowl at 5/1. New England is off to a 2-1 start that could have easily been 1-2 had Tom Brady not rallied the Pats late in the fourth quarter on Sunday. Deshaun Watson and the Texans gave the Patriots all they could handle, but eventually succumbed to Brady's wrath. The Pats will host the offensively challenged Panthers in Week 4.
The Next Best
The Patriots' foe in Super Bowl XL is also the team with the next-best odds to win this season's NFL title game. The Falcons, who improved to 3-0 on the season with a narrow victory over the Lions on Sunday, are 11/2 to win the 2018 Super Bowl. Matt Ryan threw three interceptions in Detroit but otherwise, Atlanta's offense looks dangerous. While pundits still question their defense, the Falcons are fast and aggressive on that side of the ball. If that unit can come together throughout the season, Atlanta will remain a legit contender to get back to the Super Bowl.
The 2-1 Cowboys are 10/1 to win the Super Bowl after picking up a road win in Arizona on Monday ngiht. The Packers and Steelers, meanwhile, are 11/1 to win the Super Bowl, followed by the only other undefeated team in the league, the Chiefs, who are 12/1. The Raiders are 14/1, the Seahawks are 18/1, and the Titans are 25/1. The Broncos, who suffered their first loss of the season in Buffalo on Sunday, are 30/1 to win the 2018 Super Bowl.
The Mid-Range Longshots
The Eagles and Vikings are both 30/1 to win the Super Bowl, followed by the Buccaneers and Lions, who are 35/1, respectively. The Ravens are 40/1, followed by the Panthers and Texans at 50/1. The Jaguars, Rams, Redskins and Saints are all 75/1, respectively.
The Deep Long Shots
The Cardinals and Giants are both 85/1, respectively, long shots to win the Super Bowl. The Bills and Dolphins are 150/1, respectively, followed by the winless Chargers and one-win Colts at 200/1, respectively. Despite picking up their first win of the season in an upset over the Steelers, the Bears are 225/1.
No Shot in Hell
The Bengals are 450/1 to win this year's NFL title, followed by the 49ers at 500/1. The Browns and Jets are both 2000/1, respectively.