How much did the odds change after Week 1? 9/12/17

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Updated: September 12, 2017

Updated Super Bowl Odds: Week 2

2017 Super Bowl Odds: How much did the odds change after Week 1? 9/12/17

How much did the Super Bowl odds change after Week 1 in the NFL season?

According to oddsmakers from online sports book Bovada.lv, the Patriots are 11/2 favorites to win the 2018 Super Bowl despite losing Week 1 to the Chiefs. The Packers have the next-best odds to win at 17/2, followed by the Steelers at 9/1 and the Cowboys and Seahawks at 11/1, respectively.

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Continuing with the updated odds, the Raiders are 13/1, the Falcons are 14/1, and the Chiefs are 20/1. The Panthers, meanwhile, are 28/1 to win the 2018 Super Bowl and the Broncos, ravens and Vikings are all 30/1, respectively. The Eagles are 35/1, the Giants are 40/1, and the Buccaneers and Titans are 50/1, respectively.

Some of the mid-range long-shots to win the Super Bowl this season are the Cardinals, Chargers, Jaguars and Lions, who are all 60/1, respectively. The Texans are 65/1, followed by the Bengals and Saints, who are 80/1, respectively. The Dolphins, who like the Bucs have yet to play their first game of the season, are 85/1.

The deep long-shots are the Rams at 100/1, the Bills at 130/1, and the Redskins at 150/1. The Colts, meanwhile, are 250/1 to win it all, followed by the Bears at 300/1. The 49ers and Browns are 500/1, respectively, while the Jets have the longest odds at 2500/1.

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For perspective, the Patriots opened as 13/2 favorites to win the Super Bowl, so they actually have better odds now at 11/2 to win despite their Week 1 loss. The Packers opened at 12/1 (now 17/2), while the Steelers hit the board at 18/1 (now 9/1 following their Week 1 victory over the Browns.

Other odds included the Seahawks, who opened with 15/1 odds to win the Super Bowl (now 11/1) and the Cowboys were 12/1, so their current odds of 11/1 haven’t changed much. The defending NFC champion Falcons, meanwhile, have worst odds than what they opened with. Atlanta was 12/1 to win the Super Bowl and are now 14/1 despite beating the Bears in Week 1.  



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