- The New England Patriots have remained Super Bowl 53 betting favorites throughout the offseason despite a series of unfortunate events.
- The Los Angeles Rams have emerged as the top contender from the NFC at +900.
- The Seattle Seahawks and Dallas Cowboys are among a handful of teams whose odds have dropped a noticeable amount.
Keeping an eye on Super Bowl 53 odds is as American as apple pie and the 4th of July. Super Bowl futures have been out for months already, with some teams experiencing substantial movement. Others will surely be moving following their Week 1 performances as well.
Super Bowl 53 Odds:
Odds will be updated every Tuesday throughout the season.
All odds via the Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook.
The New England Patriots begin their third straight season as the Super Bowl preseason favorite despite their tumultuous past seven months.
They lost the Super Bowl to a Nick Foles-led Eagles team with Malcolm Butler on the sidelines, Rob Gronkowski mulled over retirement, Julian Edelman was popped for PEDs, Tom Brady didn’t quite seem himself, etc, etc, etc.
Their odds have dropped from +500 to +600 — about a 2.5% drop in implied probability — but there’s still no other team in their league, according to the oddsmakers.
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It may be due to Los Angeles’ proximity to Las Vegas, but both the Rams’ and Chargers’ odds have improved immensely since opening in January. The Chargers are one of a handful of teams available at +1200, which equates to a 7.7% implied probability.
Some big fallers over the offseason include the Cowboys, Seahawks and Cardinals. Seattle’s implied odds have fallen from 4.8% to just 1.6%.
The Seahawks were +800 before the 2017 season began … how the mighty have fallen.
Check back every week to see the biggest risers and fallers.