With the 2018 NFL regular season steamrolling toward a fast and furious finish, now is a perfect time to take a look at the most recent updated NFL odds to win Super Bowl 53. Whether you like a top favorite, a middle-of-the-pack contender or longshot hopeful, this look at the latest odds to win it all this season will give you the insight you’ll need in order to make the most out of your Super Bowl futures odds wager.
Updated Super Bowl LIII Odds – December 21st Edition
New Orleans SaintsThe Saints (12-2) are looking good as the prohibitive favorite at 2/1 odds. New Orleans has the best record in the league heading into Week 16, but more importantly, their defense has been playing lights out in not allowing more than 17 points in each of their last six games.
Los Angeles RamsThe Rams (11-3) were riding high, but their high-scoring offense has been tamed the last two weeks. Still, with just three losses and two of them coming against playoff teams, the Rams are clearly going to be difficult to dispatch, which makes them a great Super Bowl pick at 11/2 odds in my opinion.
Kansas City ChiefsThe Chiefs (11-3) are the prohibitive favorites to win the AFC and for good reason. Kansas City can put points on the board in their collective sleep. However, they’ve also got a suspect defense that has given up 30 points or more six times this season. Still, I love the value the Chiefs are offering as a 13/2 pick.
New England PatriotsThe Patriots (9-5) don’t look like anything special this year and dare I say it. Tom Brady is starting to look – and play – like an old guy. Save your money on the Pats at 17/2 odds…it’s not happening this season.
Los Angeles ChargersI love the Bolts (11-3) as a value-packed 10/1 pick to win it all and you should too. Two of their three losses this season have come against the Chiefs (Week 1) and the Rams (Week 3), but this is a team that has lost only once in their last 11 games and one that beat Seattle, Pittsburgh and Kansas City. I genuinely believe the Chargers, who rank fourth in scoring and ninth in points allowed can beat anyone this season – and I do mean anyone.
Chicago BearsWith an offense that ranks sixth in scoring (27.4 ppg) and a defense that ranks an even more impressive third in points allowed (18.9 ppg), I’m thinking everyone is overlooking the Chicago Bears (10-4) – and that’s probably how they want it.
Houston TexansThe Texans (10-4) have a star quarterback, arguably the game’s best wide receiver, a pair of elite defensive ends in and a bunch of other athletic players on both sides of the ball.They’re not a high-scoring team and they win ‘ugly’ more often than not. Still, something tells me that Houston is going to be more than capable of pulling off an upset in the playoffs – if not two.
Pittsburgh SteelersThe Steelers (8-5-1) rank a solid fifth in scoring (27.4 ppg), but Pittsburgh’s 15th-ranked defense (22.6 ppg) leaves a lot to be desired this season. I don’t trust Big Ben and company this season and neither should you!
Rest of the BunchHere is a look at the rest of the most recent updated odds.
- Dallas Cowboys 30/1
- Minnesota Vikings 35/1
- Seattle Seahawks 45/1
- Baltimore Ravens 60/1
- Indianapolis Colts 75/1
- Tennessee Titans 100/1
- Philadelphia Eagles 150/1
- Carolina Panthers 500/1
- Miami Dolphins 1000/1
- Washington Redskins 1500/1
- Cleveland Browns 5000/1
Last 10 Super Bowl Winners
- LII: Philadelphia Eagles
- LI: New England Patriots
- 50: Denver Broncos
- XLIX: New England Patriots
- XLVIII: Seattle Seahawks
- XLVII: Baltimore Ravens
- XLVI: New York Giants
- XLV: Green Bay Packers
- XLIV: New Orleans Saints
- XLIII: Pittsburgh Steelers