Current Superbowl 52 Live Betting Odds
The Broncos had one of the NFL's top defenses and had offensive pieces last year, but the quarterback play sabotaged the season. Now they got a new QB, but they had to jettison key talent for salary cap purposes. The Lions may be improved from a year ago, but not enough to think they're on an even line with the Vikings or the Packers. I'm selling and not looking back. Aaron Rodgers has shown the ability to lead lesser teams to great lengths, and with a revamped defense -- the D has been a huge letdown the last several playoff runs -- Green Bay is maybe a notch below Philly and Minnesota, but it's a small notch.
There are a lot of x-factors with the Texans, starting with the QB. If Deshaun Watson picks up where he left off, and J. Watt and the defense can remain healthy, this is an AFC South contender and will challenge anyone in the playoffs. It's worth a flyer at this price. Andrew Luck is back -- we think -- but there were a lot of holes to fill and many of them were not addressed this off-season. Who knows what Luck will do after so much time away from the game.
It's not worth any price to take a team so unlikely to reach the playoffs. An encore is in the works, led by a rock-solid defense and powerful ground game. Blake Bortles proved he can be a winner when surrounded by talent. Can he be a Super Bowl champion? It's not a bad price to take a flyer. But we're talking about winning it all here. At 23, he'd be the second-youngest QB to win a Super Bowl, and the youngest, Ben Roethlisberger, was in his second complete season as a starter and had an amazing defense which was good, because Big Ben was not good in the actual Super Bowl.
I'm not ready to commit to KC at this price. But I might in Going to New England in January might be an issue, however.
I think the Rams are one year away from the start of a possible dynasty -- especially if they can keep Aaron Donald in the fold. That said, the Eagles and Vikings are a step ahead right now, and the Packers are right there. Ryan Tannehill is back, but what does that mean, anyway? He led Miami to an mark in before missing the rest of that year and all of with injury, and was never better than prior to it.
Even if he's as better than ever, there isn't enough around him to suggest a possible playoff run. The Vikings have no discernable weakness, though the O-line could be boom or bust. All four teams qualified for the playoffs to offer up astute futures bettors fantastic hedging opportunities once the postseason came around. Bottom line, there was some fantastic line value to take advantage of save for backing the New England Patriots who opened chalk to win the big game and remained that way up until it kicked off.
Which chalks should be targeted? All odds mentioned are from MyBookie Sportsbook. See our exclusive MyBookie Promo Code. Without a playoff appearance in three years mostly due to a struggling offense, Baltimore went out and brought Joe Flacco in some new toys to play with.
Add a resurgent passing game to a promising ground game with Alex Collins leading the charge, and the Ravens can get back to playing their style of ball. The defense is still legit, but lacks depth so injuries will be of utmost concern. On the chalky side of things, the defending Super Bowl champion Philadelphia Eagles continue to get some preseason love on the futures odds. The franchise never won the big game up until last season. None of the trio currently has less than a 9.
The Vikes check in at 10 after winning 13 to cruise to the NFC North championship a second straight season. A team getting a ton of love from the betting public since the futures offs first opened are the Los Angeles Chargers. Remember, this is a team that lost its first four games of last season, some in heartbreaking fashion, and then went on to close the year on SU and ATS win streaks. All the pieces are in place for LA to make a deep run.
While the main focus of sports wagering involves betting on individual games, futures wagers are also quite popular in sports betting. Most bookmakers will release their Super Bowl odds in February of each year, right after the Super Bowl of the prior season is completed.
Thus, the initial odds are primarily based on the results of the previous year. Once the first odds are released, there will be various shifts in the odds during the spring and summer based upon personnel changes for each team. The free agency period can also turn the fortunes of several teams in the offseason. The NFL Draft in May is closely monitored, and coaching changes can certainly lead to shifts in the odds.
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