Super Bowl Betting Odds Heading Into NFL Week 6

Super Bowl Betting Odds Heading Into NFL Week 6

Last week, I recommended favorite, underdog, and longshot selections to cash in on the Super Bowl LVII odds at the online sportsbook. They included the Philadelphia Eagles, Minnesota Vikings, and Pittsburgh Steelers. The first two saw their odds get shorter this past week after the Eagles remained undefeated against the Cardinals and the Vikings held off a furious comeback from the Bears. The Steelers got stomped in Buffalo, but I did say to hold off with Cody Pickett’s starting debut in Buffalo likely to breed more line value. It went down as planned with Pittsburgh’s odds to win it all swelling to 400-1 from 250-1.

As fluid the Super Bowl futures odds are every passing week, I wanted to highlight the teams that saw the most dramatic movement following their Week 5 matchups. Let’s see if any are worthy of any more adds to the futures portfolio.

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Super Bowl LVII Odds

BILLS +582 +330
BUCCANEERS +818 +1125
PACKERS +919 +1375
CHIEFS +940 +645
CHARGERS +1075 +1900
RAMS +1157 +2500
49ERS +1450 +1250
RAVENS +1900 +1625
EAGLES +1965 +610
BRONCOS +2000 +7000
BENGALS +2100 +2800
COLTS +2462 +5700
COWBOYS +2500 +2100
SAINTS +3000 +6500
RAIDERS +3300 +7500
VIKINGS +3450 +2001
DOLPHINS +3600 +4000
CARDINALS +4000 +10000
TITANS +4350 +4800
BROWNS +4500 +7500
PATRIOTS +4500 +7000
STEELERS +6300 +40000
LIONS +11500 +21000
PANTHERS +12500 +50000
COMMANDERS +14500 +50000
JAGUARS +15500 +6000
JETS +17500 +15000
GIANTS +18500 +7500
BEARS +21500 +50000
SEAHAWKS +21500 +50000
TEXANS +27500 +60000
FALCONS +30000 +30000
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The Green Bay Packers saw their odds fatten up from +951 to +1375 after falling to the GMEN in London. I just don’t see it with Aaron Rodgers and Co. this season. The defense was supposed to tote the mail while the offense got on the same page with another, and that simply just isn’t happening. The team’s in danger of No. 12 checking out early if more losses are incurred.

Are we ready to put a fork in the defending champs yet? I already did at the outset of the season by hitting the under of their laughable 10.5-game wins total. Matthew Stafford is undoubtedly playing through an injury. If not for Cooper Kupp, the team would likely be winless! Its rate of return is up to 25-1 and it’s yet to top out in my opinion.

Is there a bigger disappointment this NFL betting season than the Denver Broncos? We’re still waiting to ride Russ! While the loss of Javonte Williams hurts, the offense has grossly failed to meet expectations with only the Colts scoring fewer points. The defense has held up its end of the bargain (No. 4), but that won’t last if it continues to get little to no support from the other side of the ball. Denver is up to 70-1 after entering Week 1 20-1.

You won’t hear me complain about the Raiders rough start due to having an under 8.5 wins ticket in my possession. However, I never expected it to be this bad entering Week 6. Las Vegas is a much better team than its 1-4 record suggests. As such, I’m willing to throw a pizza money wager on their SB odds just in case things turn around dramatically out of the bye.

After getting shot out of a cannon to start the season, Miami has dropped two straight as well as their starting and backup quarterbacks. Mike McDaniel might be forced to go with rookie Skylar Thompson moving forward. Their odds of winning it all (40-1) are now fatter than when they initially hit the board (36-1). I’m not buying just yet, but I’d definitely throw a wager on Miami following this week’s game versus the Vikings should it lose and it be stated that Tua Tagovailoa would return to the huddle in Week 7.

The Hoodie just pitched a shutout against the injury-riddled Lions and their odds of hoisting another Lombardi Trophy got cut in half because of it. Sorry, but I ain’t buying it! QB play will plague this franchise much like it has since The GOAT bolted for Tampa Bay. Pump the brakes here people!

The Carolina Panthers and Washington Redskins saw their odds to win SB LVII each fatten up to 500-1 after dropping home games last week. The loss proved to be the end of the road for Matt Rhule, and it wouldn’t shock me in the least if Ron Rivera was shown the door should Washington go down in defeat to his former team on Thursday Night Football.

The Jacksonville Jaguars have crashed back to earth the last few weeks after losing to the Eagles and Texans. Even so, their 60-1 return on investment isn’t nearly enough to get my attention considering Doug Pederson’s squad opened the year 155-1. I’m expecting their rate of return to get even bigger following this week’s rematch with the Colts in Indianapolis.

We’ll close things out in the state of New York where the Jets and Giants have done a fantastic job shutting their naysayers up.

Robert Saleh has got a very young and talented team at his disposal. It’s born fruit early on with the Jets 3-2 SU and ATS while going undefeated on the road. Do we really think they oust Buffalo for the division title? It’s a nice early-season story, but the Jets aren’t doing anything this year.

As for the Giants, Brian Daboll has got the team believing it can beat anyone regardless of not playing with a healthy roster all season long. After opening the year 185-1 to win it all, the GMEN currently clock in 75-1 after coming back to shock the Packers in London. If Saquon Barkley can stay on the field and the pass catching core finally squash that injury bug that’s been tormenting them all year, this team could surprise us all. I’ve been bullish on the Giants since day one and I see no reason to jump off the bandwagon just yet!

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