Updated 2019 NFL Super Bowl Betting Odds
How many NFL teams have a legitimate shot at winning this year’s Super Bowl? Four? Five? Six? Seven? Really, it might be more than that. More teams than usual are playing their best football of the season as the playoffs near. Let’s find out who offers the best betting value as regular season grinds to a close.
Our breakdown includes:
- Complete Super Bowl betting odds
- Dark horse Super Bowl candidates
- NFL Playoff-bracket analysis
- Predictions for best Super Bowl bets
Please note that all odds come from Bovada, and that they are accurate as of Monday, Dec. 10. Make sure to double-check these lines before deciding on the wager, as they can and will shift in the weeks to come.
Super Bowl 53 Odds
Here are all the latest odds for potential Super Bowl 53 winners. Please note that we’re only including teams who are still mathematically alive in the postseason picture.
- Los Angeles Rams (+300)
- New Orleans Saints (+330)
- Kansas City Chiefs (+550)
- New England Patriots (+550)
- Los Angeles Chargers (+1100)
- Houston Texans (+1600)
- Pittsburgh Steelers (+1600)
- Chicago Bears (+1800)
- Dallas Cowboys (+2500)
- Seattle Seahawks (+2800)
- Minnesota Vikings (+3300)
- Baltimore Ravens (+4000)
- Indianapolis Colts (+4000)
- Philadelphia Eagles (+4000)
- Denver Broncos (+6600)
- Carolina Panthers (+8000)
- Tennessee Titans (+8800)
- Washington Redskins (+12500)
- Cincinnati Bengals (+20000)
- New York Giants (+20000)
- Cleveland Browns (+25000)
- Green Bay Packers (+25000)
- Miami Dolphins (+25000)
- Tampa Bay Buccaneers (+25000)
- Atlanta Falcons (+40000)
- Detroit Lions (+40000)
Best Dark Horse Super Bowl Bets
Count these teams as the most underappreciated Super Bowl bets with the postseason right around the corner.
Dallas Cowboys (+2500)
After trading off losses and wins to start the season, it looked like the Cowboys wouldn’t survive the race to the postseason, let alone register as a Super Bowl threat. That’s all changed.
Dallas’ defense is now up to second in points allowed per game, and a midseason trade for wideout Amari Cooper has given new life to their offense. Over their past five contests, all victories, the Cowboys are putting up an average of 24.4 points.
With the NFC still begging for a powerhouse outside the Los Angeles Rams and New Orleans Saints, this team has positioned itself to make some real noise.
Seattle Seahawks (+2800)
So much for the Seahawks falling off a cliff after overhauling their defense.
Indeed, Seattle will need a strong close to win 10 games for the regular season. Their playoff spot is not secured. But they’re one of just a handful of squads that place in the top 10 of both points and allowed per game, and quarterback Russell Wilson is starting to find his usual late-season groove.
If this team gets into the postseason, watch out. They could do some damage.
Minnesota Vikings (+3300)
Though the Vikings have largely been a disappointment following the addition of quarterback Kirk Cousins, they can still throw a wrench in the NFL’s postseason pecking order.
With the exception of their Week 13 loss to the New England Patriots, Minnesota’s offense is starting to stabilize. They rank 18th in points scored for the regular season, but they have the potential to play like a top-five scoring machine when they’re on.
Struggling Super Bowl Favorites To Monitor
While both of these squads deserve to be consider Super Bowl favorites, you’ll want to keep an eye on their stocks, as they’ve taken a tumble in recent days and weeks.
Kansas City Chiefs (+550)
The (well-deserved) release of running back Kareem Hunt does not torpedo the Chiefs’ Super Bowl appeal. Quarterback Patrick Mahomes still put up serious numbers without him during Week 14’s win over the Baltimore Ravens.
Still, Hunt’s ground game opened up Kansas City’s passing game. The Chiefs have a quality backup in Spencer Ware, but their obnoxiously large point totals are no longer a given. And with their defense hovering inside the bottom six of points scored per game, that could be a serious problem.
New Orleans Saints (+330)
Color us slightly concerned about the Saints. Their top-two offense has looked a little vulnerable over their past two contests.
First, New Orleans mustered just 10 points during a Week 13 loss to the Cowboys. Then, in Week 14, they scored an ugly 28 points against a Buccaneers defense that is among the most generous in the NFL.
Star wide receiver Michael Thomas has been battling an ankle issue, so a full recovery will help. But the dual ground game between Mark Ingram and Alvin Kamara no longer looks unstoppable. If the Saints don’t resume breaking scoreboards over the next couple of weeks, you’ll want to sell their Super Bowl stock ahead of the postseason.
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