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NFL Super Bowl 52 Futures Odds Update

NFL Super Bowl 52 Futures Odds Update


Still haven’t recovered from that all-time great Super Bowl 51? If not, you better start now, because it’s time to start looking forward to Super Bowl 52. The futures odds are now up for all 32 NFL teams. Obviously, only one team can win the Lombardi Trophy. Let’s take a look at the favorites to win it all next year, as well as a few teams with longer odds who could spring a surprise.


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New England Patriots (+400)

Make that five Super Bowl wins for the Tom Brady, Bill Belichick, and the Pats. They are just amazing. They’re far and away the greatest dynasty in modern NFL history. No matter who else they have on that field, if they have Brady and Belichick, they should be considered the favorites to win it all. Vegas obviously agrees, which is why they’re installed as the team to beat.

Dallas Cowboys (+800)

The Cowboys fell short this year, but there’s obviously a lot of reason for optimism in Big D for next season. They got the best record in the NFC at 13-3, and two of their best players are only rookies. Dak Prescott and Ezekiel Elliott both exceeded all expectations in their first year in the league, and they can only get better. If they can improve their big weakness – their defense – they should be even more formidable.

Green Bay Packers (+1,000)

After some early-season struggles, Aaron Rodgers proved that he is without question still a top-caliber quarterback. If the Packers didn’t have an absolutely decimated secondary and receiving corps during the conference championship game, maybe they could’ve been the ones losing to the Pats in Houston. As long as Rodgers is healthy, the Packers will remain a top Super Bowl contender.

Atlanta Falcons (+1,000)

It’ll be a long offseason for the Falcons. Not only will they have to recover from losing their offensive coordinator, Kyle Shanahan, they also have to recover from the mental anguish that comes with suffering the biggest collapse in Super Bowl history. But with an offense that features newly-crowned MVP Matt Ryan, all-world receiver Julio Jones, and a young defense that can still get better, there are worse situations for a team to be in.

Sleeper

Oakland Raiders (+2,000)

Even if Derek Carr didn’t break his leg late in the season, the Raiders likely wouldn’t have beaten the Pats as currently constructed, but they still might’ve given them a fight. The Raiders still have a bunch of issues to resolve on the defensive side of the ball. But the offense with Carr at the helm is already one of the best in the league, which makes them a team no one should sleep on next season.

Long Shot

New Orleans Saints (+6,000)

If 39-year-old Tom Brady can still win a Super Bowl, why can’t Drew Brees, who also turns 39 by Super Bowl 52? Obviously, the Saints ain’t the Pats as an organization, but the New Orleans defense showed signs of improvement last season, and their young pieces still have some improving to do. The Saints will be in one of the tougher divisions (on paper) in the NFC South next season, but if they can fix the other parts of the team, Brees’ arm can still carry the team far.

TEAM ODDS TEAM ODDS
New England Patriots +400 Dallas Cowboys +800
Green Bay Packers +1,000 Atlanta Falcons +1,000
Seattle Seahawks +1,200 Denver Broncos +1,400
Pittsburgh Steelers +1,600 Kansas City Chiefs +1,800
New York Giants +1,800 Oakland Raiders +2,000
Indianapolis Colts +2,500 Carolina Panthers +2,500
Minnesota Vikings +2,500 Arizona Cardinals +3,000
Tampa Bay Buccaneers +3,300 Baltimore Ravens +3,300
Houston Texans +3,300 Philadelphia Eagles +4,000
Miami Dolphins +5,000 Tennessee Titans +5,000
Washington Redskins +5,000 Cincinnati Bengals +6,000
Detroit Lions +6,000 New Orleans Saints +6,000
Buffalo Bills +7,000 Los Angeles Chargers +7,000
Jacksonville Jaguars +8,000 Chicago Bears +10,000
New York Jets +12,500 Los Angeles Rams +12,500
San Francisco 49ers +25,000 Cleveland Browns +25,000

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