After a wild week 10 where we saw everything from an interim (first-time) head coach making his debut and winning, to potentially the game of the year, the Super Bowl Odds haven’t done too much changing.
Who’s Going to Win It All? | Updated Super Bowl LVII Betting Lines After Week 11
The first team to highlight after a big-time win last weekend is the Minnesota Vikings. With a first-year head coach, there was not as much attention around this team at the start of the season.
Going into week 10 at 7-1, they were still being written off by the media because of the lack of trust in quarterback Kirk Cousins, along with the common theme of them not winning big games. But after taking down the super bowl favorite Buffalo Bills (+380) in the game of the year, the Vikings have made their case as a legit contender.
Their current odds after week 10 are +1275. This is currently ranked 6th in the NFL.
As stated above, the Buffalo Bills still hold their spot at #1 with a +380 line to win the big one. They have been the league favorites since before the season started. With Josh Allen being arguably the most talented player in the league, surrounded by tons of talent, they are an easy pick.
With the Bills showing some struggles to win the close games, keep an eye out on their odds changing in the coming weeks.
Following Buffalo, we have Kansas City (+490) and the 8-0 Philadelphia Eagles (+500) rounding up the top 3 with odds still lower than +1000. Both these teams have great talent on both sides of the ball and are being led by elite game managers at quarterback and head coach.
The teams with major plus-odds to win the super bowl that have a chance to make a run seem to be from the NFC East. The Giants and Jets are sitting at +5400 and +6000 right now to win it all in the end.
Both these teams have bought into their coaches’ culture and play so hard for each other. Those are both interesting picks to win the title in February if they get hot down the stretch of the season.
Another sleeper pick is the Tennessee Titans. Their brand of football is exactly what you want from a team playing in January. The run the ball religiously and play solid defense. Mike Vrabel has that team playing tough football, and they will be a threat to make a run as the playoffs approach.
The Dolphins are undefeated with Tua Tagovailoa under center this season, and their first-year head coach seems to be doing great calling plays and scheming up opposing teams. They added major pieces at the trade deadline and are prepared to make a run.
The only reason Tampa Bay is still a top 10 favorite is because they have Tom Brady running the show. You can never count him out, even in his mid-forties.