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Las Vegas Raiders Odds to Win 2021 Division, Super Bowl 56 After Week 5

Written by:
Don Shapiro
Published on:
Oct/12/2021

Despite news of Jon Gruden resigning as head coach over a series of racist and homophobic emails that surfaced, the Las Vegas Raiders odds remain steady for both the division and Super Bowl.

After opening with long 20-1 odds to win the AFC West, Las Vegas went on to win three straight and their odds got shorter (now 12-1 across the board).

The Raiders have gone on to win their last two games, now owning a 3-2 record.

Kansas City also comes into Week 6 with a losing record.  They were the odds-on favorite to win the AFC West with only the Chargers expected to compete heading into this season.  LA is currently 4-1 and leading the AFC West.

The Raiders were coming in at 80-1 odds to win Super Bowl 56 at BetOnline.

- Don Shapiro, Gambling911.com

 

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