Super Bowl 53 Betting Odds (Week 14)

The Chargers are coming! The Chargers are coming! If you didn’t fear the LA Chargers after Week 12 when they sat at 18-1 on the Super Bowl 53 futures list, how do you like them now at 12-1?

A comeback win at Pittsburgh in Week 13 turns the Chargers into the biggest mover, according to BetOnline.ag this week. The LA Rams and New Orleans Saints remained tied atop the leader board at +350, while the Patriots inched from +600 to +500 after a win against the Vikings.

The Philadelphia Eagles also made a little jump from extreme long shot at 40-1 to possible playoff contender with a sloppy win against a decimated Redskins team. See the latest Super Bowl 53 updates below, again courtesy of BetOnline.ag.

Los Angeles Rams 350
New Orleans Saints 350
New England Patriots 500
Kansas City Chiefs 600
Los Angeles Chargers 1200
Pittsburgh Steelers 1400
Houston Texans 1600
Chicago Bears 2000
Dallas Cowboys 2500
Baltimore Ravens 3300
Minnesota Vikings 3300
Philadelphia Eagles 3300
Seattle Seahawks 3300
Indianapolis Colts 5000
Denver Broncos 6600
Tennessee Titans 6600
Carolina Panthers 10000
Miami Dolphins 15000
Green Bay Packers 25000
Jacksonville Jaguars 25000
New York Giants 25000
Tampa Bay Buccaneers 25000
Washington Redskins 25000
Atlanta Falcons 50000
Buffalo Bills 50000
Cincinnati Bengals 50000
Cleveland Browns 50000
Detroit Lions 50000
Arizona Cardinals 100000

Week 12 update

The playoff picture is coming more into focus with several slumping teams falling off the list and top four or five teams almost punching their ticket to games in January.

The Chicago Bears are the biggest movers after Week 12 as they settle in at 16-1 according to BetOnline.ag. The Houston Texans, riding an eight-game win streak, continue to get no love on Super Bowl 53 futures odds as they remained at 22-1.

Topping the NFL futures list were the LA Rams and New Orleans Saints, each getting a +350 number (meaning $100 bet turns a $350 profit if they win it all). Behind them, a trio of AFC teams are currently considered the contenders with the Kansas City Chiefs at +450, the New England Patriots next at +600 (or 6-1) and the Pittsburgh Steelers at 10-1, despite an upset loss to the Broncos in Week 12.

The LA Chargers and Dallas Cowboys remain interesting value at 18-1 and 20-1 respectively and both have been winning impressively. The defending Super Bowl champion Philadelphia Eagles continue to tumble, as their hopes of making the playoffs appear to be dwindling. They are currently at 40-1, per BetOnline.ag.

Odds to Win Super Bowl 53 courtesy of BetOnline

Los Angeles Rams 350
New Orleans Saints 350
Kansas City Chiefs 450
New England Patriots 600
Pittsburgh Steelers 1000
Chicago Bears 1600
Los Angeles Chargers 1800
Dallas Cowboys 2000
Minnesota Vikings 2000
Houston Texans 2200
Baltimore Ravens 3300
Indianapolis Colts 3300
Philadelphia Eagles 4000
Seattle Seahawks 4000
Carolina Panthers 6600
Denver Broncos 6600
Green Bay Packers 6600
Cleveland Browns 10000
Tennessee Titans 15000
Atlanta Falcons 25000
Buffalo Bills 25000
Cincinnati Bengals 25000
Detroit Lions 25000
Miami Dolphins 25000
Washington Redskins 25000
Jacksonville Jaguars 50000
New York Giants 50000
Tampa Bay Buccaneers 50000
Arizona Cardinals 250000
New York Jets 250000
Oakland Raiders 250000
San Francisco 49ers 250000

Week 11 Super Bowl Odds Update

The LA Rams finally have some company at the top of the Super Bowl 53 futures board. The New Orleans Saints continue their impressive run and now sit as the co-favorite to win Super Bowl 53 at +325, according to Bovada.lv. That means a $100 bet would produce a $325 profit if either team wins on February 3, 2019 in Atlanta.

The three AFC teams that seem to have the best shot of representing that conference in Super Bowl 53 hold down the next three spots. The high-flying, but defensively challenged KC Chiefs are +550 while the perennial contenders from Boston are 6-1. Love them or loathe them, the New England Patriots are never far from the top of Super Bowl futures lists.

And the Pittsburgh Steelers, now fated to play the season without Le’Veon Bell but getting plenty of production from that position anyway, are 9-1.

The Green Bay Packers, a preseason pick by many to make the Super Bowl, continue to lose and therefore continue to see their Super Bowl 53 odds tumble. Bovada.lv had them as 66-1 longshots after another weekend loss (to Seattle).

More updates coming soon, don’t forget to check out the Week 13 odds below ….

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