Updated Super Bowl Odds: Week 9
The New England Patriots suffered their first loss of the season on Sunday night, losing convincingly to Lamar Jackson and the Ravens in Baltimore. That said, are the Patriots still favored to win the Super Bowl? And what about the Ravens’ current odds?
Patriots Remain Super Bowl Favorites
Despite losing on Sunday night to the Ravens, the Patriots remain Super Bowl favorites for another week. According to online sportsbook Sportsbook.com, New England is now 9/4 to win the Super Bowl and is 5/7 to represent the AFC in the conference title game.
What about the Ravens?
After pulling off one of the more impressive upsets of Week 9 (albeit as only a 3-point home underdog), the Ravens are now 12/1 to win the Super Bowl after they were 15/1 last week. Baltimore’s AFC championship odds also improved, going from 10/1 to 9/2 with that beatdown of the Patriots on Sunday Night Football.
Also in the Mix
The 49ers are 7/1 to win the Super Bowl after hanging on to beat the Cardinals last Thursday night in Arizona. The Packers, after losing as a 4-point road favorite versus the Chargers, are 12/1 to win it all this season, as are the aforementioned Ravens. Following their victory over the Vikings on Sunday, the Chiefs are now 13/1 to win the Super Bowl, followed by Minnesota at 20/1.
The Next Group
The Eagles are 22/1, the Cowboys, Rams and Texans are all 25/1, respectively and the Seahawks are 30/1 to win the Super Bowl. After that group, there’s a significant drop to the Colts (50/1), Bills (60/1), Chargers (65/1), Panthers (65/1) and Steelers (75/1).
The Long Shots
Despite beating the Lions on Sunday to improve to 4-4, the Raiders still have long odds to win it all at 150/1. The Bears, meanwhile, are now 250/1 after losing again, this time to the Eagles in Philly on Sunday. After falling to the Texans in London, the Jaguars are 300/1, as are the Lions and Titans, respectively. The Browns are 500/1 and are sinking fast.
The No Way in Hell Group
The Broncos and Cardinals are both 1000/1, respectively, to win the Super Bowl, followed by the Bucs at 1500/1. The Giants are 2000/1, although that number will likely drop after they play the Cowboys tonight for Monday Night Football, while the Falcons are 10000/1. The Jets and Redskins are both 25000/1, respectively, followed by the Dolphins at 50000/1. The Bengals don’t even have Super Bowl odds anymore, although following Miami’s first win of the season, Cincinnati’s odds of claiming the No. 1 pick in the draft are high.