NFL Week 17 Updated SBLI Odds
Heading into the final week of the regular season, the Patriots remain favored to win Super Bowl LI.
According to oddsmakers from online sports book BetDSI, the Patriots have 8/5 odds to win this season's Super Bowl, followed by the Cowboys at 17/5 and the Steelers at 17/2. The Falcons, who currently own the No. 2 seed in the NFC, have 21/2 odds to win it all, while the Chiefs, Packers and Seahawks are all 12/1. Green Bay hasn't even secured a playoff spot yet, but could win the NFC North if it beats Detroit at Ford Field on Sunday night.
Continuing with the odds, the Giants are 25/1 to win the Super Bowl while the Derek Carr-less Raiders are 40/1 and the Texans are 50/1. The Dolphins, who own the No. 6 seed in the AFC, have the worst odds of the playoff-bound teams to win the Super Bowl at 60/1. The Redskins, Lions and Buccaneers have yet to secure a playoff spot, but are listed with 60/1, 80/1 and 100/1 odds, respectively, to win this season's NFL title.
The Patriots can wrap up home field advantage throughout the playoffs with a win over the Dolphins on Sunday at 1:00PM ET. New England is currently a 9.5-point favorite in Miami after opening as a 6-point favorite. The Chiefs, meanwhile, can win the AFC West with a win over the Chargers (+5.5), coupled with an Oakland loss to Denver (-2). If that scenario goes down, then the Chiefs and Raiders would switch positions in the AFC. (Kansas City is currently the No. 5 seed while Oakland is the No. 2 seed.)
In the NFC, the Cowboys have secured home field advantage throughout the playoffs but the rest of the seeds have yet to be determined. The Falcons currently own the No. 2 seed but need to beat the Saints on Sunday at 4:25PM ET to wrap up a first-round bye. The Seahawks can move into the No. 2 seed with a win over the 49ers, plus an Atlanta loss to New Orleans. As previously mentioned, the winner of the Packers-Lions game on Sunday night in Detroit will win the NFC North, while the Redskins can secure the sixth and final seed in the NFC with a win over the Giants.