Updated Super Bowl LI Odds

NFL Week 4 Updated Super Bowl Odds: Patriots a clear Favorite 9/27/16

With three weeks in the books, here's a look at the updated odds for each of the top contenders to win Super Bowl LI in Houston.

According to oddsmakers from online sports book BetDSI, the Patriots are clear favorites to win Super Bowl LI at 18/5. New England is off to a 3-0 start despite being forced to start backup quarterbacks Jimmy Garoppolo and Jacoby Brissett in wake of Tom Brady's four-game suspension. Brady is set to return to the starting lineup in Week 5.

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The rest of the top-5 looks like this: the Packers are 8/1 and have the next-best odds behind the Patriots to win the Super Bowl this season. The Steelers are listed after Green Bay at 10/1 and the defending Super Bowl champions the Broncos are nice value play at 12/1. The Seahawks round out the top 5 at 12/1 despite Russell Wilson's (ankle, knee) injury concerns.

The top-10 looks like this: Following the Patriots, Packers, Broncos, Steelers and Seahawks are the Vikings at 14/1, the Cardinals at 15/1, the Panthers at 16/1, the Cowboys, Eagles and Giants, who are all 22/1, respectively. Of that group, only Minnesota and Philadelphia remain unbeaten at 3-0 on the year.

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Some of the mid-range long shots to win the Super Bowl are the Chiefs, Ravens and Texans, who are all 30/1, respectively. The Bengals and Raiders are both 40/1, respectively, while the Colts and Falcons are 60/1, respectively. The Jets have comparable odds to Indianapolis and Atlanta at 65/1, and it's important to note that the Falcons went from 100/1 long shots down to 60/1 after they beat the Saints on Monday Night Football.

For a complete list of current Super Bowl odds, check out our NFL Futures Page.

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