Updated Super Bowl LII Odds to Win – October 24th Edition

Posted by Peter Boysen on October 24, 2017 in

The National Football League is 7 weeks into the season. With all the key injuries that come across the league, oddsmakers have a weekly job of updating the Super Bowl LII Odds to Win. Let’s check the SB52 Odds at midseason, a crucial point for most of the contenders.

Updated Super Bowl LII Odds to Win – October 24th Edition

2017-18 OFFENSIVE ROOKIE OF THE YEAR ODDS TO WIN

New England Patriots

Super Bowl LII Odds: +450

Even after a slow start, the Patriots are the team to beat. The defense is coming back around, and Brady still looks like he is 30 years old. New England has a couple key injuries, but they just keep getting the job done. New England comes into Week 8 as the favorites to win Super Bowl LII, listed at +450.

Pittsburgh Steelers

Super Bowl LII Odds: +800

The Steelers picked up a monster win in Kansas City, which could be HUGE later when fighting for a home field spot. Big Ben has been inconsistent, but he still has incredible talent around him. The Steelers are second on the list, barely ahead of Kansas CIty, due in large part to the win at Arrowhead. The Steelers are +800.

Kansas City Chiefs

Super Bowl LII Odds: +850

The Kansas City Chiefs started 5-0, but have now dropped 2 straight games. The Chiefs lost at home to the Steelers and lost on the road at the Oakland Raiders. Kansas City still has Alex Smith at quarterback, but his talent of Tyreke Hill and Kareem Hunt give him a chance when he takes the field. Kansas City is +850 to win SUper Bowl LII.

Philadelphia Eagles

Super Bowl LII Odds: +850

As we head into Week 8 of the season, the Philadelphia Eagles are the team to beat in the NFC. The Eagles have won 5 straight games and are 6-1 on the season. Philadelphia’s second-year quarterback Carson Wentz has been outstanding and spreading the football all over the field. The Eagles will have some tough tests as the season winds down, most specifically from the defending divisional champion Cowboys. The Eagles are +850.

Seattle Seahawks

Super Bowl LII Odds: +1100

The Seahawks were able to beat the Los Angeles Rams, to keep them around in the NFC West standings. While the Seahawks trail the Rams in the standings, things are looking up for Seattle as of late. The defense is still there. The question is whether Pete Carroll can get the offense running with the ground game. The Seahawks are second in the NFC and are listed at +1100 to win the Super Bowl.

The Super Bowl LII Odds are not good for the Seahawks.

Atlanta Falcons

Super Bowl LII Odds: +1400

The Atlanta Falcons head into Week 8 at 3-3 on the season. Atlanta won their first three games of the season, and have now dropped three in a row. The Falcons did not score in the second half of the loss to Buffalo and scored in the final minutes of the loss to the Patriots. Matt Ryan and Julio Jones have some issues to take care of offensively if they want to get back to the Super Bowl.

Green Bay Packers

Super Bowl LII Odds: +1600

With no Aaron Rodgers, even these odds seem too generous. Sure, Rodgers may come back late, but can they make the postseason without him? Brett Hundley started hot against the Saints, but could not keep things going. The Packers run game is in question as well, with a couple guys trying to get the job done. Green Bay does not have a good enough defense to carry them into the postseason. The Packers are +1600.

Minnesota Vikings

Super Bowl LII Odds: +2000

The Vikings are in first place in the NFC North. They have a ton of injury concerns, with Sam Bradford, Stefon Diggs, and Dalvin Cook. Cook will not be back all season, which has opened the door for Latavius Murray. Minnesota is well coached, but not sure they have enough firepower to win it all. The Vikings are listed at +2000.

Dallas Cowboys

Super Bowl LII Odds: +2200

Many are taking the Dallas Cowboys with these odds. This is a team that was a contender a season ago, and things are opening up for Dallas. The Ezekiel Elliott drama has been a distraction, but they have handled it as well as they can. The Cowboys are still explosive, and if they stay healthy on defense – and this team can buck these +2200 odds.

Best of luck if you are betting future National Football League bets. Super Bowl LII will be here before you know it, so make sure you have your bets ready. Enjoy the rest of the National Football League!