As we’ve completed the NFL schedule for Week 8, the oddsmakers have released their latest Super Bowl future odds.
We’ve seen some changes near the top, as the oddsmakers have finally deemed the Tampa Bay Buccaneers unworthy of being one of the Super Bowl favorites. Let’s take a look at the favorites in the latest set of Super Bowl Odds.
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Buffalo Bills +230
The Bills solidified their spot as the Super Bowl favorite with a convincing victory over the Green Bay Packers on Sunday night.
The Bills’ defense did give up a lot of yards on the ground, and Josh Allen threw some bad interceptions, but other than that, the Bills looked like the best team in football.
They need to have a home-field advantage so they won’t have to go to a place like Kansas City in the playoffs.
Philadelphia Eagles +550
After dismantling the Pittsburgh Steelers, the Eagles showed everyone that they are currently the best team in the NFC. Jalen Hurts and AJ Brown both had stellar days, and the Philadelphia defense made life miserable for Kenny Pickett.
The Eagles arguably have the best offensive and defensive lines in the league. We’ll see how far that can take them in the playoffs.
Kansas City Chiefs +700
The Chiefs are just a step behind the Buffalo Bills. The Bills do own a victory over them, but if they meet in the playoffs, anything can happen. The Chiefs just traded for Kadarius Toney, so their offense just keeps getting better.
The loss of Tyreek Hill hasn’t really hurt the Chiefs’ offense. The Kansas City defense has also played well this season. Will we see a Chiefs vs. Bills AFC title game? All signs point to that happening.
San Francisco 49ers +1300
Now that the defense is getting healthy and Christian McCaffrey is getting acclimated to the Niners’ offense, San Francisco is going to be one of the top NFL teams in the NFC.
Kyle Shanahan is one of the top offensive minds in the game, and he figures out ways to exploit San Francisco’s opponents.
When the defense is at full strength, it’s one of the best in the league. The 49ers could make a lengthy playoff run if everyone is healthy.
Dallas Cowboys +1400
After handily defeating the Chicago Bears on Sunday, the Cowboys are climbing up the boards in the NFC.
Now that Dak Prescott is back healthy, the Cowboys’ offense is clicking. We could have an issue, as Tony Pollard has outplayed Zeke Elliott.
Elliott was out last week, and the offense looked better without him. The Dallas defense is one of the best in the league, and teams will have trouble putting up points on the strong Cowboys defense.
Minnesota Vikings +1600
The Vikings have only lost one game, and no one seems to be talking about them. They may not always win pretty, but they seem to get things done.
With Dalvin Cook, Justin Jefferson, and Adam Thielen, Kirk Cousins has some good weapons at his disposal. If Cousins continues to avoid the big mistakes, and the Vikings’ defense holds its own, Minnesota will be contenders in the NFC.
I have read enough, I need to place my bet now. What to do?