The 2018 NFL season hasn’t started yet, but it is never too early to look at next season’s Super Bowl odds to see if there are some lines you can take advantage of. Below is a full list of complete Super Bowl 2019 betting odds along with our Superbowl 53 betting favorites.

Last offseason, the Eagles weren’t one of the favorites to win the Super Bowl, in fact, they were picked to finish third or fourth in the NFC East, but they surprised a lot of people, finishing with the best record in the league and defeating the New England Patriots, who were the preseason favorites, in the Super Bowl.

This year, many NFL fans will be looking at the early Super Bowl 2019 lines, trying to figure out which team will be this year’s Philadelphia Eagles. If you are interested in making some early Super Bowl bets, these are the betting odds for every NFL team.

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Super Bowl 2019 Betting Odds

Updated Super Bowl 2019 Betting Odds Below:

New England Patriots +800
Philadelphia Eagles +1100
Los Angeles Rams +450
Pittsburgh Steelers +1200
Minnesota Vikings +1200
Green Bay Packers +1800
San Francisco 49ers +8000
New Orleans Saints +1400
Houston Texans +2500
Atlanta Falcons +2500
Oakland Raiders +12500
Dallas Cowboys +5000
Denver Broncos +4000
Seattle Seahawks +5000
Carolina Panthers +2800
Jacksonville Jaguars +1200
Los Angeles Chargers +2500
Kansas City Chiefs +900
Baltimore Ravens +2800
Indianapolis Colts +8000
Tennessee Titans +5000
Detroit Lions +6600
Tampa Bay Buccaneers +4000
New York Giants +6500
Washington Redskins +4000
Arizona Cardinals +50000
Buffalo Bills +20000
Cleveland Browns +7000
Miami Dolphins +4000
Chicago Bears +2500
Cincinnati Bengals +4000
New York Jets +15000

Despite losing to the Eagles, the Patriots are the favorites to win the Super Bowl for the third consecutive season. This is not to say the Patriots have won the last 3 Super Bowls, but have been the favorites to do so. The Rams provide good value at +900 because of the offseason additions to their team.

The San Francisco 49ers will be competitive this season, but they likely won’t make the Super Bowl, while the Minnesota Vikings, who upgraded the quarterback position, might be the best value right now.