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New England Patriots Odds to Win 2018 Super Bowl

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Sep/06/2017

The New England Patriots odds of winning the 2018 Super Bowl were set at 4/1 for a potential payout of $400 on a $100 bet.  They were priced at -120 to win OVER 12.5 regular season games just days before their Week 1 game.

From ESPN.com:

It's telling that the Patriots' odds of winning the Super Bowl are twice that of any other team and virtually identical to that of the bottom 16 teams in the league combined.  There are weaknesses. The Pats are thin at defensive end, where they'll hope Trey Flowers continues to develop into an above-average pass-rusher. There's not much depth along the interior of their offensive line.

- Don Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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