Injured thumb, elbow mean major surgery on SB 54 lines

Drew Brees injured his thumb. Ben Roethlisberger wrecked his elbow. The result, other than surgeries scheduled, was a shakeup near the top of the Bet On Super Bowl 54 futures list.

While the Saints and Steelers were tumbling, the Rams and Cowboys were climbing with solid Week 2 performances.

Check out the current Super Bowl 54 future odds from Bovada.

Super Bowl 54 Odds
New England Patriots +333
Kansas City Chiefs +700
Los Angeles Rams +800
Dallas Cowboys +1200
Green Bay Packers +1200
Chicago Bears +1600
Philadelphia Eagles +1600
New Orleans Saints +1800
Baltimore Ravens +2000
Cleveland Browns +2000
Minnesota Vikings +2000
Los Angeles Chargers +2200
Seattle Seahawks +2200
Houston Texans +2500
San Francisco 49ers +2500
Atlanta Falcons +3000
Buffalo Bills +5000
Pittsburgh Steelers +5000
Tennessee Titans +5000
Carolina Panthers +6000
Detroit Lions +6000
Indianapolis Colts +6000
Jacksonville Jaguars +10000
Tampa Bay Buccaneers +10000
Arizona Cardinals +15000
Denver Broncos +15000
New York Giants +15000
New York Jets +15000
Oakland Raiders +15000
Cincinnati Bengals +25000
Washington Redskins +25000
Miami Dolphins +100000

Brown signing, Pats dominant Week 1 shake up Super Bowl futures

Antonio Brown culminated an off season shit show by getting released by Oakland and signed by, who else, the New England Patriots. Predictably, the Patriots Super Bowl odds surged.

As Week 2 loomed, the tight odds atop the Super Bowl 54 futures page suddenly loosened with New England now the big chalk at +375. That followed on the heels of a dominant Week 1 victory, 33-3, over the Pittsburgh Steelers.

Bovada pushed the Pats higher as some books such as Bovada immediately posted odds on whether they would go 16-0 and then win the Super Bowl. It was a 10-1 bet, as they headed for Miami as the biggest road favorite in NFL history. (They were -19 at Baltimore in the 2007 season).

Kansas City slipped to the second betting choice at +750 while five NFC teams lock down the next spots, with the Saints and Eagles – both comeback winners in Week 1 – at +800 and +1000 respectively.

The Colts continue their slide from contender to pretender status in the wake of Andrew Luck’s retirement. Odds courtesy of Bovada.

Super Bowl 54 Winner
New England Patriots +375
Kansas City Chiefs +750
New Orleans Saints +800
Philadelphia Eagles +1000
Los Angeles Rams +1200
Dallas Cowboys +1500
Green Bay Packers +1600
Los Angeles Chargers +1600
Chicago Bears +1800
Minnesota Vikings +2000
Cleveland Browns +2200
Baltimore Ravens +2500
Seattle Seahawks +2500
Pittsburgh Steelers +2600
San Francisco 49ers +3000
Houston Texans +3500
Atlanta Falcons +4000
Tennessee Titans +4500
Carolina Panthers +5000
Jacksonville Jaguars +6000
Indianapolis Colts +6600
Buffalo Bills +8000
Denver Broncos +8000
Oakland Raiders +8000
Arizona Cardinals +10000
Detroit Lions +10000
New York Giants +10000
New York Jets +10000
Tampa Bay Buccaneers +10000
Washington Redskins +12500
Cincinnati Bengals +15000
Miami Dolphins +25000

Luck retirement sends Colts Super Bowl line plunging

Andrew Luck retired on the eve of the season, hopefully before too many people put down big bets on the Indianapolis Colts to win Super Bowl 54.

Citing injuries and rehab fatigue, Luck retired. The Colts, who had been in the top tier of contenders around 15-1, were dropped to 50-1.

On the flip side, Dallas Cowboys odds improved upon the signing of Ezekiel Elliott and Oakland’s slim chance got slimmer with the Antonio Brown saga. (Note: Brown has been released by the Raiders and signed with the Patriots).

Preseason Betting Produces Small Line Moves

Neither the draft, nor trade season nor free agency has managed to upset the Super Bowl 54 betting apple cart so far.

So it was not surprising that the start of the NFL preseason yielded no major moves, according to sportsbooks monitored by

The Chiefs, Patriots, Saints and Rams remain at the top with the Browns, Eagles, Bears and Colts nipping at their heels. Check out the latest lines courtesy of Bovada Sportsbook.

Super Bowl 54 Winner
New England Patriots +700
Kansas City Chiefs +800
New Orleans Saints +850
Los Angeles Rams +950
Chicago Bears +1200
Cleveland Browns +1200
Philadelphia Eagles +1200
Indianapolis Colts +1600
Los Angeles Chargers +1600
Green Bay Packers +1800
Dallas Cowboys +2000
Pittsburgh Steelers +2200
Minnesota Vikings +2600
San Francisco 49ers +3000
Seattle Seahawks +3000
Atlanta Falcons +3300
Houston Texans +3300
Baltimore Ravens +3500
Carolina Panthers +4000
Jacksonville Jaguars +4000
Oakland Raiders +6000
Denver Broncos +6600
Tennessee Titans +7000
Detroit Lions +8000
New York Giants +8000
New York Jets +8000
Tampa Bay Buccaneers +8000
Arizona Cardinals +10000
Buffalo Bills +10000
Washington Redskins +10000
Cincinnati Bengals +12500
Miami Dolphins +15000

Super Bowl 54 Odds Moving

Free agency, retirements, trades all conspired to shake up the Super Bowl 54 odds in early 2019. The upcoming NFL draft will likely create some more changes. As of March 25, the New England Patriots have lost their position at the top and the Kansas City Chiefs have supplanted them as the early Super Bowl 54 favorites.

*Current lines courtesy of BOL

Kansas City Chiefs 750
New England Patriots 800
New Orleans Saints 800
Los Angeles Rams 1000
Chicago Bears 1400
Cleveland Browns 1400
Indianapolis Colts 1600
Los Angeles Chargers 1600
Philadelphia Eagles 1600
Minnesota Vikings 2000
Green Bay Packers 2200
Houston Texans 2500
Pittsburgh Steelers 2500
San Francisco 49ers 2500
Atlanta Falcons 3300
Dallas Cowboys 3300
Jacksonville Jaguars 3300
Seattle Seahawks 3300
Baltimore Ravens 4000
Carolina Panthers 4000
Oakland Raiders 4000
Denver Broncos 5000
New York Giants 5000
New York Jets 5000
Buffalo Bills 6600
Detroit Lions 6600
Tampa Bay Buccaneers 6600
Tennessee Titans 6600
Cincinnati Bengals 8000
Washington Redskins 8000
Arizona Cardinals 10000
Miami Dolphins 10000

*Update Feb. 5, 2019

It wasn’t a thrilling or surprising Super Bowl, and neither are the opening odds for Super Bowl 54. Just moments after the New England Patriots beat the Los Angeles Rams 13-3 in the lowest-scoring Super Bowl ever, they were made joint 7/1 favorites to win it again next season.

This is the time of year when believers can find huge long shot value, but its also super early in the year to be committing your gambling dollars to a future bet.

Here are the Feb. 4, 2019 opening Super Bowl 54 odds courtesy of Bovada:

Super Bowl 54 Winner
Los Angeles Chargers +800
Los Angeles Rams +700
Kansas City Chiefs +800
Indianapolis Colts +1000
New England Patriots +700
New Orleans Saints +1000
Chicago Bears +1300
Pittsburgh Steelers +1600
Green Bay Packers +1800
Minnesota Vikings +2000
Dallas Cowboys +2000
Philadelphia Eagles +2000
Atlanta Falcons +3000
Baltimore Ravens +3000
Cleveland Browns +3000
Houston Texans +4000
Seattle Seahawks +4000
San Francisco 49ers +4500
Carolina Panthers +5000
Jacksonville Jaguars +5000
New York Giants +5000
Tampa Bay Buccaneers +6500
Tennessee Titans +6000
Arizona Cardinals +10000
Buffalo Bills +10000
Cincinnati Bengals +10000
Denver Broncos +10000
Detroit Lions +10000
New York Jets +10000
Oakland Raiders +10000
Washington Redskins +15000
Miami Dolphins +30000

Super Bowl 53 odds Are Set!! Rams vs Patriots

Patriots lovers rejoice! Patriots haters complain!

For the third straight season, New England will represent the AFC in the Super Bowl. And expect them to move to slight favorite status after the line opened as PK Sunday night vs the Los Angeles Rams and had already started to move towards the Pats. [ See the latest line moves at ]

Both title games went to OT, both road teams won. Now the old maestro Tom Brady gets challenged by a second young phenom, as Jared Goff tries to cap the Rams’ terrific season.

Watch for Super Bowl 53 odds updates here during the  run-up to the game and check out our awesome Super Bowl props section with lists and charts of past coin toss and national anthem betting results.

Super Bowl 53 – Lines update

The top four teams in the league all season long have made the conference championships. And all possibilities make for pretty attractive Super Bowl betting.

New Orleans remains the slight +175 favorite, as they host the Rams in the Superdome where they seem to always win. Meanwhile the Chiefs will host New England and sit at +275 according to’s latest numbers.

The Rams and Patriots are next at +350 and +333 respectively. Check out the latest lines below and watch for Super Bowl props to start bombarding your twitter feed and inboxes next week.

Team Odds
New Orleans Saints +175
Kansas City Chiefs +275
Los Angeles Rams +350
New England Patriots +333

Super Bowl 53 Odds Update – Divisional Playoffs

It’s still the Saints but beware those Eagles, down to 14/1 odds from 50/1 odds just a few weeks ago.

If the Eagles can pull another upset in New Orleans, the Philly odds will shrink again.

Kansas City gets its chance to improve its Super Bowl 53 odds by hosting red-hot Indianapolis. The Chiefs are 4/1, same as the Rams who also play Saturday hosting the Cowboys, who are the biggest underdog on the board according to

The Patriots and Chargers clash Sunday with the Pats favored but LA threatening as a 9/1 shot. Check out the latest below, then check out the sportsbook reviews for a list of the best places to bet on Super Bowl 53.

Team Odds
New Orleans Saints +250
Kansas City Chiefs +400
Los Angeles Rams +400
New England Patriots +550
Los Angeles Chargers +900
Indianapolis Colts +1200
Philadelphia Eagles +1400
Dallas Cowboys +1800

Super Bowl 53 Odds Update Wild Card Weekend

Goodbye dysfunctional Steelers, see ya later choking Vikings. Only 12 teams remain on the Super Bowl odds menu, topped again by the New Orleans Saints and this week with the defending champions at the bottom.

The latest chart from Bovada shows the value in paying attention to Super Bowl betting odds all season long. In September, the Bears and Colts were each 100/1 long shots. Now they are each four wins away from paying out HUGE for bettors.

Chicago is favored at home to the Eagles and have moved from 100/1 to 7/1 for those looking to bet on Super Bowl 53. The Bears rank #5 on this list, behind only the Saints, Rams, Patriots and Chiefs.

Philly snuck into the playoffs – thanks to the Bears upset of the Vikings – and sit at 35/1. They were 9/1 to start the year, but were almost 100/1 a few weeks back when they looked dead in the water.

See the latest Super Bowl odds, courtesy of Bovada.

Team Preseason Odds Current Odds
New Orleans +1500 +250
LA Rams +800 +400
KC Chiefs +2000 +470
New England Patriots +600 +650
Chicago Bears +10000 +700
Baltimore Ravens +2800 +1300
LA Chargers +2500 +1500
Dallas Cowboys +4000 +2400
Houston Texans +2500 +2400
Seattle Seahawks +6600 +2700
Indianapolis Colts +10000 +2800
Philadelphia Eagles +900 +3500

Super Bowl 53 Odds Update Week 17

The Saints haven’t looked super, but good enough to remain at the top of the Super Bowl futures table at +250. In fact none of the front runners looked super in Week 16.

The Rams are +450 in second place, while the Kansas City Chiefs lost but remained in third place at +500. The struggling Patriots are next at +650.

Seattle nudges into the Value zone at +2500 as they have clinched a playoff spot. Either the Vikings or Eagles will be in, depending on Week 17 outcomes, but either will face a tough challenge to win road games all playoff long. They are both +3300 (33/1 odds).

Updated lines as of Dec. 27 courtesy of

Super Bowl Teams Line
New Orleans Saints 250
Los Angeles Rams 450
Kansas City Chiefs 500
New England Patriots 650
Chicago Bears 1000
Los Angeles Chargers 1200
Baltimore Ravens 1600
Dallas Cowboys 2500
Houston Texans 2500
Seattle Seahawks 2500
Indianapolis Colts 2800
Minnesota Vikings 3300
Philadelphia Eagles 3300
Pittsburgh Steelers 5000
Tennessee Titans 5000

Super Bowl 53 Odds Update Week 16

The Saints remain at the top of the 2019 Super Bowl futures and nobody else is really close after Week 15. New Orleans is now 3/1 odds according to’s latest weekly poll, with the LA Rams – surprise Sunday night losers to the struggling Eagles – second at 5/1.

The AFC’s top two teams, who played a thrilling Thursday Night game this week, are 6/1 and 7/1 respectively (with the KC Chiefs at 6/1). New England, despite another lame loss, are 8/1 while the Steelers (who beat the Pats) inched up to 14/1 after snapping an ugly three-game losing streak.

Here are the latest odds for those looking to place a bet on the Super Bowl before the big day.

 Team  Super Bowl 53 lines
New Orleans Saints 300
Los Angeles Rams 500
Kansas City Chiefs 600
Los Angeles Chargers 700
New England Patriots 800
Chicago Bears 1000
Pittsburgh Steelers 1400
Houston Texans 1600
Philadelphia Eagles 2500
Baltimore Ravens 3300
Dallas Cowboys 3300
Indianapolis Colts 3300
Minnesota Vikings 3300
Seattle Seahawks 4000
Tennessee Titans 4000
Carolina Panthers 10000
Washington Redskins 10000
Cleveland Browns 15000
Miami Dolphins 15000

Super Bowl 53 Odds Update Week 15

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 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

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 13 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 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

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 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. had them as 66-1 longshots after another weekend loss (to Seattle).

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