NFL Week 6 Super Bowl Odds Update
Following respective 4-1 starts, the Falcons and Cowboys’ Super Bowl odds to win are on the rise.
According to oddsmakers from online sports book BetDSI, the Falcons and Cowboys are both 18/1, respectively, to win Super Bowl LI. For perspective, Atlanta opened the year as 50/1 long shots to win this season’s NFL title, moved to 100/1 following its season-opening loss to Tampa Bay, and is now within sight of the contenders. Dallas opened with 20/1 odds to win it all, so its climb from preseason to now wasn’t as significant as Atlanta’s was, but the Cowboys were 60/1 following their Week 1 loss to the Giants.
For yet another week the Patriots are clear favorites to win Super Bowl LI. Their odds sit at 18/5, which best the Packers (8/1), Seahawks (8/1) and Steelers (8/1). The only unbeaten team in the league is the Vikings, who are 17/2 to win this year’s Super Bowl, while the defending champion Broncos are 12/1.
Following the Cowboys and Falcons at 18/1 are the Cardinals at 20/1, the Eagles and Raiders at 25/1, respectively, and the 1-4 Panthers at 30/1. The Chiefs are 45/1, while the Bengals, Bills, Giants, Redskins and Texans are all 50/1, respectively. The Colts and Ravens are 60/1, respectively, long shots to win the Super Bowl.
The biggest long-shots currently are the Rams at 75/1, the Jaguars at 125/1, the Saints at 135/1, and the Buccaneers and Lions at 150/1, respectively. The Chargers, Jets and Titans are all 200/1, respectively, while the Bears are 300/1 and the 49ers are 1000/1. The winless Browns have essentially been eliminated from winning the Super Bowl, at least in the eyes of oddsmakers.