Current Super Bowl 2018 Odds

Prior to the start of the NFL season, the New England Patriots were the favorites to win the Super Bowl, followed by the Green Bay Packers, Dallas Cowboys, Pittsburgh Steelers, and Oakland Raiders.

Six weeks into the season, the Super Bowl odds for every team have changed thanks to the way they have played this season, injuries, and suspensions.

Here is a list of current Super Bowl 2018 odds

New England Patriots +400
Pittsburgh Steelers +700
Kansas City Chiefs +800
Philadelphia Eagles +800
Seattle Seahawks +1000
Atlanta Falcons +1400
Green Bay Packers +2000
Minnesota Vikings +2000
Dallas Cowboys +2500
Denver Broncos +2500
Carolina Panthers +2500
Los Angeles Rams +2500
Houston Texans +3300
Detroit Lions +3300
New Orleans Saints +3300
Washington Redskins +3300
Tennessee Titans +3300
Oakland Raiders +3300
Tampa Bay Buccaneers +3300
Cincinnati Bengals +6600
Arizona Cardinals +7500
Baltimore Ravens +7500
Buffalo Bills +7500
Jacksonville Jaguars +7500
Miami Dolphins +10000
New York Giants +10000
Los Angeles Chargers +15000
Indianapolis Colts +15000
New York Jets +30000
Chicago Bears +30000
San Francisco 49ers +500000
Cleveland Browns +500000

Current Super Bowl 2018 Odds

Which of the top teams are good bets to win the Super Bowl?

The Patriots are still the favorites to win it all, but their odds changed due to their 4-2 start to the season and the fact that their defense isn’t very good this year.

The Steelers are off to a 4-2 start as well and saw their odds improve slightly thanks to their win over the previously undefeated Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday.

The Kansas City Chiefs were the last unbeaten team in the league, and would have had the best odds to win the Super Bowl this week if they hadn’t lost their last two games. Despite the losses, they still have the best record in the AFC, so there’s good value in picking them.

The Eagles are another great value pick thanks to their 5-1 start to the season. Philadelphia has a very explosive offense, With the Dallas Cowboys struggling and the Green Bay Packers placing Aaron Rodgers on IR, the NFC is wide open for Philadelphia.

Seattle is currently second in the NFC West, behind a surprising Los Angeles Rams team. With the Arizona Cardinals looking dangerous again after trading for Adrian Peterson, getting to the Super Bowl won’t be an easy task for the Seahawks.

The Atlanta Falcons looked like the team to beat in the NFC South, but find themselves behind the Carolina Panthers and tied with the New Orleans Saints. With inexplicable losses to the Miami Dolphins and Buffalo Bills, the Falcons don’t look like a team that will pose a threat in the NFC.

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