2018 NFL Super Bowl Matchup Odds
The start of the 2017 NFL regular season may still be months away, but if you’re a pro football betting enthusiast that just can’t wait until footballs start flying this fall, then you can make some potentially bankroll-boosting bets on the possible Super Bowl 52 matchups that will take place in February of 2018.
Now, before we get started with a look at some of the most intriguing potential Super Bowl 52 matchups, here is a look at the Super Bowl 52 betting you can make on the point spread, moneyline and total.
A Closer Look At The 2018 NFL Super Bowl Matchup Odds
Early Super Bowl 52 Odds
AFC -1.5 (-105)
NFC +1.5 (-105)
Over 52.5 (-105)
Under 52.5 (-105)
Falcons vs. Patriots 21/1
While there hasn’t been a Super Bowl repeat matchup since Dallas and Buffalo squared off in back-to-back title games in 1994 and 1995, you can make a wager on the Atlanta Falcons meeting the New England Patriots I consecutive seasons at a value-packed 21/1 odds. New England will have another great chance as long as Tom Brady stays upright and healthy and the Falcons should have plenty of motivation after completely collapsing against the Pats in Super Bowl 51.
Cowboys vs. Patriots 18/1
With Dak Prescott and Ezekiel Elliott leading the way, the Cowboys have legitimate Super Bowl 52 hopes, even though they need to improve a defense that was mediocre at best last season.
Seahawks vs. Patriots 21/1
I see no reason why Russell Wilson and the Seahawks can’t get back to being an elite title contender next season. Seattle has been a perennial double-digit winner ever since Wilson took over as the team’s starting quarterback and the Seahawks will still be rock-solid on defense next season, although Seattle must address an offensive line that left a lot to be desired in 2016.
Giants vs. Patriots 30/1
Besides diehard Pats fans, who doesn’t want to see Eli ‘Aw Shucks’ Manning and the New York Giants hand the Patriots their third Super Bowl defeat?
Panthers vs. Patriots 40/1
Now that the Panthers are over their Super Bowl hangover of a season, Cam Newton and the anthers could get right back in the Super Bowl mix next season – if they address a defense that fell off in a big way this past season.
Cowboys vs. Broncos 50/1
The ‘defense-first’ Broncos won the Super Bowl two years ago with some seriously mediocre play at quarterback and I believe they could use their same winning formula to get it done next season if either Trevor Siemian or Paxton Lynch develop even more than they did this past season.
Falcons vs. Raiders 75/1
Who wouldn’t want to see the high-scoring Falcons and Raiders meet in Super Bowl 52? Oakland has an MVP caliber superstar in quarterback Derek Carr and a ton of motivation after seeing their postseason plans get cut short because of a Carr’s late-season injury.
Buccaneers vs. Dolphins 500/1
Sure, it’s a real long shot, but the Buccaneers and Dolphins both managed to reach the double-digit win mark in 2016 and they both have futures as bright as the Florida sun, although I like Jameis Winston a whole lot more than I like Miami’s Ryan Tannehill.