Updated Super Bowl Odds: Ravens, 49ers, Chiefs Among Favorites Entering Divisional Round
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- The Ravens are +190 favorites to win Super Bowl 54 entering the Divisional Round.
- The 49ers come in next at +325, followed by the Chiefs at +340.
It really wasn’t that long ago that it seemed the Patriots and Saints were on a collision course for a meeting in Miami on Feb. 2.
Even in late November, both teams led their respective conferences atop the Super Bowl odds board, but entering the Divisional Round of the playoffs, each has the same listing: N/A.
With respective losses to the sixth-seeded Titans and Vikings, the Pats and Saints were bounced on the first weekend of the NFL Playoffs, and the futures market has certainly taken notice.
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Updated Super Bowl 54 Odds
- Ravens: +190
- 49ers: +325
- Chiefs: +340
- Packers: +900
- Seahawks: +1200
- Vikings: +1400
- Titans: +2800
- Texans: +3300
For the first time all season, the Ravens’ odds have slid inside the 2-1 mark, improving from +210 to +190 with the Patriots no longer in the picture. The biggest beneficiary from the Pats loss, however, was Kansas City.
Instead of the Patriots, the Chiefs now welcome the Houston Texans into Arrowhead for the Divisional Round, a game that’s settled at K.C. -9.5 in the betting market. And with the expectation now to at least find themselves in the conference championship, the Chiefs improved from +450 to +340 without even stepping onto the field.
In the NFC, the 49ers saw a similar bump with the exit of their toughest potential opponent. San Francisco was listed at +375 entering Wild Card weekend.
Beyond the top three contenders, only one other team, the Packers, finds itself inside of 10-1. Green Bay will host the Seahawks as a 4-point favorite on Sunday night.
Here’s how the odds board has shaped itself over the course of the entire season: