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NFL Super Bowl Odds Post Week 4

October 1, 2019
Saints Super Bowl Odds improve

Week four of NFL action saw some interesting things happen. And these things affected the overall championship odds, as they should.

The Rams getting beat at home was an eyeopener for all the folks that had them repeating as NFC Champs. Tampa Bay came into town and played outstanding offense, for a change. The Bucs outlasted the Rams in what was the highest scoring game in Bucs history, 55-40.

New Orleans getting the win vs Dallas sans Drew Brees was a shock for many. Back-up QB Teddy Bridgewater was able to manage the team and secure the win, firmly establishing the Saints as a Super Bowl contender, with or without Brees. This win secures New Orleans as the number 3 overall spot on the Super Bowl betting odds (+1000)

Miami is still buried at the very bottom with twice as long odds as the next team in line, which in this case is the Redskins. The Dolphins, who are on a bye-week, will coincidentally play host to the Washington Redskins the following Sunday. There is no line on that game yet but industry insiders are saying it could be Skins favored by about a TD.

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Current Super Champion Odds

TeamOdds
New England Patriots+350
Kansas City Chiefs+500
New Orleans Saints+1000
Dallas Cowboys+1200
Philadelphia Eagles+1200
Chicago Bears+1600
Green Bay Packers+1600
Los Angeles Rams+1600
Cleveland Browns+2200
San Francisco 49ers+2200
Seattle Seahawks+2500
Los Angeles Chargers+2800
Baltimore Ravens+3300
Carolina Panthers+3300
Minnesota Vikings+3300
Detroit Lions+4000
Houston Texans+4000
Jacksonville Jaguars+4000
Buffalo Bills+5000
Pittsburgh Steelers+5000
Tampa Bay Buccaneers+5000
Tennessee Titans+5000
Atlanta Falcons+6600
New York Giants+6600
Indianapolis Colts+8000
Raiders+10000
Arizona Cardinals+50000
New York Jets+50000
Cincinnati Bengals+100000
Denver Broncos+100000
Washington Redskins+100000
Miami Dolphins+200000

 

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