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Updated Super Bowl 52 Betting Odds – January 11th Edition

Written by on January 11, 2018

With the wild card round complete and just eight teams remaining in the playoffs, now is the perfect time to take a look at the most recent Super Bowl 52 betting odds. With the weekend quickly approaching and the divisional round set to get underway in just over 48 hours, let’s get started.

Updated Super Bowl 52 Betting Odds – January 11th Edition

Game Info

  • Date: February 4, 2018
  • Stadium: U.S. Bank Stadium, Minneapolis, Minnesota
  • Network: NBC
  • Live Stream: NFL Game Pass

Over/Under NFL Playoffs Divisional Round Betting Picks

New England Patriots

  • Super Bowl 52 Betting Odds:  7/4
Despite the reported power struggle between Tom Brady and Bill Belichick, the Patriots finished the regular season ranked second in scoring (28.6 ppg) and fifth in points allowed (18.5 ppg). More importantly, Bill Belichick has fostered an atmosphere of professionalism where his players come to work and block out the constant outside distractions that would derail a lesser team.

Minnesota Vikings

  • Super Bowl 52 Betting Odds: 7/2
The Vikings have the league’s best defense, a powerful rushing attack and now, a veteran quarterback is that is playing mistake-free football. Sure, Minnesota doesn’t play a ‘glamorous’ brand of football, but the defense still wins championships and no one is doing it better than Minnesota this season.

Pittsburgh Steelers

  • Super Bowl 52 Betting Odds: 11/2
The Steelers have arguably the best offensive trio in the league in Ben Roethlisberger, Le’Veon Bell and Antonio Brown and a defense that has been better this season than they have in several years. Now, if only they can get past the Patriots in what looks like a sure-fire AFC championship showdown just waiting to happen.

New Orleans Saints

  • Super Bowl 52 Betting Odds: 6/1
The Saints have a powerful offense and a defense that has also been very good this season in ranking 12th in points allowed. Despite the fact that Drew Brees and company are road dogs in their divisional matchup against Minnesota and will have their hands full against either Philadelphia or Atlanta if they do manage to reach the conference championship, I’ll be the first person to admit that it also looks like the Saints could beat any of their three remaining conference counterparts in a one-game setting, making them a very good value pick at 6/1 odds.

Atlanta Falcons

  • Super Bowl 52 Betting Odds: 15/2
I love the value the Atlanta Falcons are offering as a 15/2 pick to win Super Bowl 52, seeing as how I expect them to get past Philly in the divisional round to reach the NFC Championship game for the second straight season. Could Matt Ryan and a vastly improved Falcons defense beat either, Minnesota or New Orleans in the conference championship? I think so!

Philadelphia Eagles

  • Super Bowl 52 Betting Odds: 12/1
There’s a reason why Philadelphia is now the first top seed in NFL history to be an underdog in the divisional round and it’s because they aren’t nearly as dangerous as they were under the direction of superstar second-year signal-caller Carson Wentz as they are under veteran backup Nick Foles. The Eagles Super Bowl 52 Betting Odds came down since Carson Wentz got injured.

Jacksonville Jaguars

  • Super Bowl 52 Betting Odds: 16/1
The Jacksonville Jaguars scored all of 10 points to beat the Buffalo Bills in the wild-card round and now they’re set to take on a pissed off Pittsburgh Steelers team that they beat 30-9 in Week 5 in Pittsburgh no less. The jags will almost certainly get bounced out of the postseason by Big Ben Roethlisberger and the Steelers this coming weekend, so save your money if you’re considering betting on the mediocre Blake Bortles and company.

Tennessee Titans

  • Super Bowl 52 Betting Odds: 40/1
Marcus Mariota and the Titans pulled off one helluva’ comeback to beat the wildly inconsistent Kansas City Chiefs in the wild-card round, but they’re going to be hard-pressed to beat a New England Patriots team that just doesn’t beat itself when they meet in the AFC divisional round this coming weekend. I’m thinking the party’s over for a Tennessee team that actually allowed more points per game this season than they averaged.

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