Super Bowl 52 Odds And Super Early Predictions
With the New England Patriots overcoming Tom Brady’s four-game suspension, not to mention, the largest comeback in Super Bowl history, the big question heading into the 2017 season will be whether or not anyone can stop Brady and New England Patriots from winning consecutive Super Bowl championships.
Thanks to this expert look at some of the top favorites to hoist the 2018 Vince Lombardi trophy, you’re going to find out who, if anyone, can derail the Pats from bagging their sixth Super Bowl title. Find the updated Super Bowl 52 betting odds here.
Here’s A Closer Look At The Super Bowl 52 Odds And Super Early Predictions
Odds To Win 2017-18 Super Bowl LII
|New England Patriots||13/2|
|Green Bay Packers||12/1|
|Kansas City Chiefs||20/1|
|New York Giants||20/1|
|Tampa Bay Buccaneers||40/1|
|New Orleans Saints||70/1|
|Los Angeles Chargers||80/1|
|New York Jets||150/1|
|Los Angeles Rams||150/1|
|San Francisco 49ers||300/1|
Following Brady and the favored Patriots, Dak Prescott and the Dallas Cowboys are looking like they’re going to contend, not only for the Super Bowl 52 title, but for many Super Bowls to come.
If the ‘Boys can improve their underwhelming defense, they could represent the NFC in Super Bowl 52 next February.
The Green Bay Packers (12/1) reached the NFC title tilt, but they also need to upgrade a defense that and rushing attack that were both sorely lacking in 2016. I don’t see the Packers reaching the NFC Championship next season.
Matt Ryan and the Atlanta Falcons will be back next season and they could fly high again because of their prolific offense. Somehow though, I think it’s more likely they struggle with the psychological effects of their heartbreaking Super Bowl 51 loss. No way do the Falcons rebound in 2017.
I’m going on record right now to say that Russell Wilson and the Seattle Seahawks are a team to watch next season and at 15-1 odds, they’re offering a ton of value for a team that I am picking to represent the NFC in Super Bowl 52.
Ben Roethlisberger and the Pittsburgh Steelers fell short against New England in the AFC title tilt, but the AFC North division winners are so explosive offensively that they’ll contend again next season. Still, the Steelers need to improve their defense in the worst way of they really want to reach Super Bowl 52. Right now, I’m thinking the Steelers reach the divisional round next season.
The Denver Broncos had to part ways with head coach Gary Kubiak because of health reasons, but they hired a well-respected NFL guy and have both, an elite defense – and two talented young quarterbacks that look like future starters. However, with a new head coach and second-year signal-caller going up against the toughest division in the league, I’m thinking nine wins and another missed playoff appearance sound about right.
The Kansas City Chiefs had one of the best defenses in the league this past season, but unless they can put some verticality into their offensive attack, they’re a fringe threat at best. The Chiefs won’t reach or win the AFC championship.
Eli Manning and the New York Giants had a fine 2016 season and they could go even further in 2016 – if they improve their totally non-existent rushing attack. Right now, I’m thinking a second-place finish in the NFC east and another wild card berth sound about right for next season.
The Oakland Raiders are another dangerous team that is offering stunning value +2000 for a team that won 13 games and only got bounced out of the playoffs because their MVP-caliber quarterback got hurt late in the regular season. Right now, I’m thinking the Raiders are going to reach the AFC title game at the very least.
With all of that said, Tom Brady and the Patriots are still favored to win consecutive Super Bowl titles next season and for good reason with the campaign they just capped off with their stunning Super Bowl win.
The Pats will have some questions to answer this offseason, but really, as long as Bill Belichick and Tom Brady are joined at the hip, they’ll contend for berth in the Super Bowl each and every year. Super Bowl LII will be held Feb. 4, 2018, at U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, Minnesota.