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Patriots Odds to Win Super Bowl 52 Shift 2 Points After Shock Week 1 Loss

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Sep/08/2017

The Kansas City Chiefs stunned the New England Patriots at home Thursday night in the first game of the 2017 NFL season and the oddsmakers have since reacted. 

The Patriots had been listed as the 3/1 favorite to win Super Bowl 52.  Now, while New England was still favored to win the big game, their odds were set at 5/1

Alex Smith threw two long touchdown passes and rookie Kareem Hunt, after fumbling on his first NFL carry, scored three times to help Kansas City stun New England 42-27 on Thursday night in the season opener.

The Chiefs, meanwhile, were now listed at 18/1 odds of winning the 2018 Super Bowl.

- Don Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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