NFL Betting – 2019 Super Bowl Odds Update Week 15

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Phil Simon
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A wacky week in the NFL sure didn’t clear things up regarding the playoff picture and we saw the Los Angeles Rams and New Orleans Saints swap places again at the top of the updated Super Bowl LIII odds board at


The Saints bounced back after having their 10-game winning streak snapped by knocking off the Bucs on Sunday. Coupled with the Rams upset loss in Chicago, New Orleans moved back to the top of the list at +340 as the Super Bowl favorite. We also saw the next two teams switch places with the Chiefs climbing ahead of the Pats after New England couldn’t stop the hook-and-lateral play that never works.

The Bears continue to move up the board and currently are +1300 to win the Super Bowl after their dominant defensive effort against the Rams. The Chargers, Cowboys and Seahawks were all big movers this week after posting wins to strengthen their playoff spots. After making some noise with a three-game winning streak to get back to .500, the Broncos saw their odds take a hit with a loss to the lowly 49ers. The Cards joined San Fran as NFC teams officially eliminated from the postseason. Buffalo, Jacksonville and the Jets had their fates sealed last week as well.

Here’s a look at the current Super Bowl LIII odds at after Week 14 of the 2018 NFL regular season.

Super Bowl 53 Odds at

New Orleans Saints +340

Los Angeles Rams +400

Kansas City Chiefs +500

New England Patriots +700

Los Angeles Chargers +1000

Chicago Bears +1300

Houston Texans +2200

Dallas Cowboys +2400

Pittsburgh Steelers +2500

Seattle Seahawks +3700

Minnesota Vikings +3800

Baltimore Ravens +4000

Tennessee Titans +9000

Indianapolis Colts +10000

Philadelphia Eagles +20000

Carolina Panthers +20000

Green Bay Packers +27500

Miami Dolphins +30000

Denver Broncos +50000

New York Giants +50000

Detroit Lions +100000

Washington Redskins +100000

Cleveland Browns +200000

Cincinnati Bengals +500000

Arizona Cardinals OFF

Atlanta Falcons OFF

Buffalo Bills OFF

Jacksonville Jaguars OFF

New York Jets OFF

Oakland Raiders OFF

San Francisco 49ers OFF

Tampa Bay Buccaneers OFF

The Texans crashed the party thanks to a nine-game winning streak that gave them an edge in the AFC South and put them near the top of the conference standings. They had a chance to keep pace with the Chargers and overtake the Pats, but the winning streak ended at the hands of the Colts. Houston isn’t convincing oddsmakers that it has what it takes, but the Texans did move ahead of the Steelers on the odds board as both tumbled due to their losses. The Steelers have fallen drastically off the pace having lost three straight, the latest to the Raiders, which was a real blow.

The top four teams on the list remain the same and for the second straight week they all swapped places. New Orleans moved back on top of the Rams and the Chiefs moved ahead of New England as the third favorite. The Chargers remain the fifth favorite and they can throw a wrench into the mix by beating the Chiefs on Thursday night. The Bolts are just a game back in the standings.

Five AFC teams have seven wins and one of them is likely going to win the North, so that leaves the others vying for one wild card spot. Miami stayed in the hunt thanks to its improbable win over the Patriots and saw a huge improvement on its odds, going from +60000 to +30000. The Colts and Titans are also still in the hunt.

The Steelers got a solid from the Chiefs over the weekend, maintaining their lead in the AFC North after Baltimore dropped an overtime decision in KC. Denver could have joined the group, but the Broncos stubbed their toe against the 2-win 49ers.

There is just as much confusion in the NFC with three six-win teams and four five-win teams in pursuit of the 6-6-1 Vikings for the final wild card spot. Green Bay responded to the firing of Mike McCarthy by putting up its highest point total of the season in a win over the Falcons, and the Packers got a break with Minnesota, Carolina, Washington and Philadelphia all losing.

Four more teams were officially eliminated from playoff contention last week and came off the board. Arizona joined San Francisco in the NFC while Buffalo, Jacksonville and the Jets joined the Raiders in the AFC.

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