Today we look at teams in the NFC North. Their chances to win Super Bowl 2019. One of the most closely watched divisional races in the NFL will be the NFC North division. While the Vikings are the early season favorite to win the division. Teams such as the Packers, Lions and Bears always seem to overachieve. Could one of these teams excel and spoil the Viking’s Super Bowl LIII chances?
Minnesota Vikings – 10/1 Super Bowl 53 Betting Odds
Despite having a banner year using backup quarterbacks, the Minnesota Vikings picked up Kirk Cousins from the Washington Redskins in order to make a legitimate bid for the Lombardi Trophy in 2019.
The Vikings are being favored highly because the team has improved at many key positions, including the quarterback spot. The Vikings will look to avenge their NFC Conference Championship loss in 2017.
Green Bay Packers – 14/1 Super Bowl 53 Betting Odds
The one team that has the talent and experience to knock off the Vikings and claim the NFC North crown is the Green Bay Packers. What does this mean for the NFC North?
Quarterback Aaron Rodgers is one of the most accurate passers in today’s game and it wouldn’t surprise anyone if Rodgers and the Packers shocked the sports betting world and won the Super Bowl in 2019.
NFC North Betting odds
Detroit Lions – 25/1 Super Bowl 53 Betting Odds
The Detroit Lions have the best preseason Super Bowl betting odds. They’ve had in several years at 25/1. Despite this fact. The Lions will need to get lucky and show that they are the class of the NFC North division if they going to make a serious bid for the Super Bowl. The Lions are one of the few teams that have never made a Super Bowl appearance, but that could all change in Super Bowl LIII. These are updated chances to win Super Bowl 2019.
Chicago Bears – 80/1 Super Bowl 53 Betting Odds
The Bears are expected to be one of the worst teams in the NFL during the 2018-2019 season. Mitch Trubisky has shown some promise in games last season, but most experts believe that the Bears have a long way to go before they can be considered divisional contenders, much less Super Bowl 53 champions.