Updated Super Bowl LII Odds – October 25th Edition

Updated Super Bowl LII Odds – October 25th Edition

Written by on October 25, 2017

Tom Brady and the New England Patriots may still be sitting atop the Super Bowl LII odds to win, but right now, it’s Carson Wentz and the red-hot Philadelphia Eagles that look like the best team in all football. Not only that, but the Pats look like they’re going to have a real challenge for conference supremacy from at least two other AFC Super Bowl hopefuls. Let’s take a look at the most recent odds to win the Lombardi Trophy in Minneapolis.

Updated Super Bowl LII Odds – October 25th Edition

Game Info

  • Date: February 4, 2018
  • Stadium: U.S. Bank Stadium, Minneapolis, Minnesota
  • Network: NBC
  • Last Super Bowl at Minnesota: SB26 / Washington Redskins 37 – Buffalo Bills 24

Recent Super Bowl History (Last 10 Match-Ups)

  • SB51: New England Patriots 34 – Atlanta Falcons 28 (OT), NRG Stadium.
  • SB50: Denver Broncos 24 – Carolina Panthers 10, Levi’s Stadium.
  • SB49: New England Patriots 28 – Seattle Seahawks 24, University of Phoenix Stadium.
  • SB48: Seattle Seahawks 43 – Denver Broncos 8, MetLife Stadium.
  • SB47: Baltimore Ravens 34 – San Francisco 49ers 31, Mercedes-Benz Superdome.
  • SB46: New York Giants 21 – New England Patriots 17, Lucas Oil Stadium.
  • SB45: Green Bay Packers 31 – Pittsburgh Steelers 25, Cowboys Stadium.
  • SB44: New Orleans Saints 31 – Indianapolis Colts 17, Sun Life Stadium.
  • SB43: Pittsburgh Steelers 27 – Arizona Cardinals 23, Raymond James Stadium.
  • SB42: New York Giants 17 – New England Patriots 14, University of Phoenix Stadium.

New England Patriots

  • Super Bowl LII Odds: 7/2
Despite being on top of the Super Bowl odds board, New England is ranked dead last in total defense and passing yards allowed and an uninspiring 23rd in points allowed. I know the Patriots still have the incomparable Tom Brady at quarterback and are ranked sixth in scoring (27.9 PPG), but I’m still not that impressed with their three-game winning streak which includes a 19-14 road win over Tampa Bay, a narrow 24-17 road win over a Jets team that got completely robbed out of a clear touchdown and their 23-7 smackdown over a Falcons team that looks awful this past weekend. Some folks are saying the Patriots are starting to look more like their old selves, but I remain skeptical right now.

Philadelphia Eagles

  • Super Bowl LII Odds: 7/1
I’m from the City of Brotherly Love, so believe me when I say it’s hard for me to believe that the Philadelphia Eagles are the best team in all football right now, but it’s true, they really are. The now, high-flying Birds are ranked fifth in scoring (28.4 PPG), first against the run defensively (67.0 YPG) and 12th in points allowed (20.9 PPG). More importantly, they have a clear-cut franchise star quarterback in second-year signal-caller Carson Wentz and a bunch of young guys on both sides of the ball that are making plays every time you turn around.

Pittsburgh Steelers

  • Super Bowl LII Odds: 8/1
Right now, I’m thinking the shocking 30-9 ass whipping that Jacksonville put on Pittsburgh at home three weeks ago was just what the Steelers needed because now, they look like they’re back to being the legitimate Super Bowl contender everyone expected them to be coming into the 2017 regular season. Pittsburgh handed the unbeaten Chiefs their first loss of the season two weeks ago and spanked Cincinnati this past weekend. The Steelers are ranked third in points allowed (16.6 ppg) and are looking much better on offense after struggling, for the most part, this season. Right now, I’m thinking they’ve got as good as shot as anyone of representing the AFC in Super Bowl 52.

Kansas City Chiefs

  • Super Bowl LII Odds: 10/1
The Chiefs have lost two straight close games after winning their first five to start the season, but they’re still a legitimate Super Bowl 52 contender if you ask me. Kansas City is ranked third in total offense and second in scoring (29.6 PPG), even though their defense has been a bit underwhelming in ranking in the bottom third in every significant statistical category including points allowed (23.0 PPG, 20th). Kareem Hunt improves the Chiefs Super Bowl 52 Odds to win. Kansas City looks like a sure-fire playoff participant and as every NFL fan and betting enthusiasts know, once you’re in the playoffs, anything can happen.

Seattle Seahawks

  • Super Bowl LII Odds: 10/1
I picked the Seattle Seahawks to win the NFC this season and I’m still confident they can even though they’ve struggled a bit out of the gate so far. Seattle has won three straight at the time of this writing and has won each game in a variety of ways. Seattle exploded on Indianapolis in their 46-18 home win three weeks ago, before using a great defensive effort to shut down the suddenly explosive Rams in their 16-10 road win two weeks ago. Last weekend, Russell Wilson and company used a complete effort on both sides of the ball to subdue a Giants team that was coming off their first win of the season. The Seahawks are ranked a respectable 14th in scoring (22.3 PPG) and a league-leading first in points allowed (15.7 PPG). Quiet as kept, Seattle is back as a legitimate Super Bowl contender everyone.

New Orleans Saints

  • Super Bowl LII Odds: 16/1
The Saints may be the biggest surprise team in the top six seeing as how they’ve recorded three straight 7-9 records and came into the 2017 season just hoping to improve enough to record a winning record. Well, New Orleans is still lighting up the scoreboard behind their future Hall of Fame quarterback Drew Brees in ranking fourth in scoring (28.5 PPG), but now, they’ve improved defensively a lot and rank a solid 16th in points allowed (22.2 PPG). More importantly, the Saints have some young studs on the defensive side of the ball that flies to the ball like the latest Fast and Furious film and clearly have some future Pro Bowlers, starting with rookie cornerback Marshon Lattimore. Go ahead and be skeptical if you want, until the Saints put 30 on the board and hold their next opponent to17 or less like they’ve done three times already this season.

Rest of the Super Bowl LII Odds

  • Atlanta Falcons: 20/1
  • Dallas Cowboys: 20/1
  • Minnesota Vikings: 20/1
  • Los Angeles Rams: 25/1
  • Carolina Panthers: 33/1
  • Denver Broncos: 33/1
  • Detroit Lions: 33/1
  • Houston Texans: 33/1
  • Oakland Raiders: 33/1
  • Tennessee Titans: 33/1
  • Green Bay Packers: 40/1
  • Jacksonville Jaguars: 40/1
  • Buffalo Bills: 50/1
  • Miami Dolphins: 50/1
  • Washington Redskins: 50/1
  • Los Angeles Chargers: 66/1
  • Baltimore Ravens: 80/1
  • Chicago Bears: 80/1
  • Cincinnati Bengals: 80/1
  • Tampa Bay Buccaneers: 100/1
  • Indianapolis Colts: 125/1
  • New York Giants: 125/1
  • Arizona Cardinals: 150/1
  • New York Jets: 250/1
  • Cleveland Browns: 1000/1
  • San Francisco 49ers: 1000/1