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Super Bowl 52 Odds

NFL Wagering Predictions

The New England Patriots, thanks to some extremely questionable play-calling, came back to beat the Atlanta Falcons on Sunday night in a game that’s already being considered one of the best ever played. Now that the ribbon has been tied around the 2016-17 season, it’s time to go futures hunting on the odds to win Super Bowl LII at BookMaker.eu. It’s never too early to find value for your sports betting portfolio, so let’s dig in and see what the openers have to offer.

ODDS TO WIN SUPERBOWL LII

Arizona Cardinals + 3322

Atlanta Falcons + 1052

Baltimore Ravens + 4500

Buffalo Bills + 11500

Carolina Panthers + 2362

Chicago Bears + 15000

Cincinnati Bengals + 6000

Cleveland Browns + 25000

Dallas Cowboys + 1052

Denver Broncos + 2200

Detroit Lions + 7500

Green Bay Packers + 1050

Houston Texans + 3322

Indianapolis Colts + 3626

Jacksonville Jaguars + 6500

Kansas City Chiefs + 1858

Los Angeles Chargers + 6000

Los Angeles Rams + 13000

Miami Dolphins + 4500

Minnesota Vikings + 3728

New England Patriots + 500

New Orleans Saints + 5000

New York Giants + 2462

New York Jets + 13000

Oakland Raiders + 1656

Philadelphia Eagles + 5000

Pittsburgh Steelers + 932

San Francisco 49ers + 20000

Seattle Seahawks + 1000

Tampa Bay Buccaneers + 4200

Tennessee Titans + 4500

Washington Redskins + 5300

AFC FAVORITES TO BACK

Do I really have to tell you to take a flier on the defending champion New England Patriots ( + 500 )? I’m not digging deep into this one. Just do it so as to have as good a number possible for hedging purposes down the road.

There’s a huge drop-off after New England in the AFC, and the only payout that piques my interest are the Oakland Raiders ( + 1656 ) who were dealt a crippling blow late in the season when Derek Carr went down with a season-ending injury. It proved to be the deathblow for the Raiders who looked primed to make a deep run in the playoffs. He will be back healthy and under center next season, so Jack Del Rio’s young squad is certainly one to add.

NFC FAVORITES TO BACK

Dak Prescott was voted the AP Offensive Rookie of the Year. Jason Garrett won NFL Coach of the Year honors. The Dallas Cowboys ( + 1052 ) won the NFC East with relative ease and won 13 games against what many considered to be a very weak schedule. They’ll have to take on a first place schedule next season, but with Prescott and Ezekiel Elliott having a year’s worth of experience under their belt, another competitive season looks to be on the horizon.

Though those that backed the Atlanta Falcons ( + 1052 ) on Sunday likely won’t get over the choke job for a while, keep in mind that Dan Quinn and his staff overlook one of the younger teams in the league. Provided Matt Ryan and Julio Jones avoid the injury bug, that defense is going to only get better which not only makes Atlanta NFC South contenders, but Super Bowl contenders as well. I’m not buying Green Bay ( + 1050 ) or Seattle ( + 1000 ), but feel free to take fliers on each should they surprise.

AFC LONGSHOTS TO BACK

This is where it gets fun! The Miami Dolphins ( + 4500 ) last won a Super Bowl before I was even born. The last time they went to one, I was moonwalking to Michael Jackson and experiencing my first dose of disappointment with the Cubs. That said, I loved what Adam Gase and the new coaching staff did with the Fins this past season. Sure, they’re schedule was pretty weak as well, but the foundation has been built and I expect it to continue flourishing under the current leadership.

The Tennessee Titans ( + 4500 ) made some enormous improvements on both sides of the ball. Reinforcements need to be brought in to shore up a leaky pass defense, but the Titz were tremendous at stopping the run ( No. 3 ). It also ran the heck out of the ball with DeMarco Murray returning to the dominant rusher he once was behind one of the best youthful offensive lines in the business. Should he falter next season, Heisman Trophy winner Derrick Henry will gladly step in and take over the reins. Throw Marcus Mariota entering his third season into the mix, and there’s plenty to like about the Titans at this price point!

Now this last one will have many wondering what I’m sniffing, but I see a ton of value with the Jacksonville Jaguars ( + 6500 ) who disappointed in a major way this past season. A ton was brought in defensively to shore up the Achilles Heel of the team. While the Jags got leaps and bounds better on that side of the ball, the offense was stuck in the mud all season and never played like it was expected to. With a new coaching staff and some great offensive pieces still in place, Jacksonville could be one of the biggest surprises of the 2017-18 season.

NFC LONGSHOTS TO BACK

Another team that could pull a worst to first this season are the Philadelphia Eagles ( + 5000 ). Doug Pederson made some boneheaded decisions that cost his team some games in his first go round in the City of Brotherly Love, but you can’t discredit the overall job he and his staff did to match the prior season’s 7-9 straight up record with a ton of new faces on both sides of the ball. Philly’s defense was pretty damn stout ( No. 12 ), and the team gets the benefit of taking on another last place schedule. With that, Philly could prove to be an awfully valuable hedging commodity as the season progresses.

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers ( + 4200 ) had a point differential of -75 in Lovie Smith’s final season. That number was trimmed to -15 under Dirk Koetter’s watch, and while it still wasn’t great, a ton of the correction had to do with a defense that took major strides after allowing just over 23 points per game ( No. 15 ). The Bucs will be a year wiser on that side of the ball, which will likely turn into more scoring opportunities for arguably one of the best quarterback/wide receiver tandems in the league to take advantage of. Jameis Winston has thrown for over 4,000 yards in each of his first two seasons, and Mike Evans has been one of the main reasons why. Don’t make the mistake of ignoring this team, as they could end up being a golden ticket!

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