- BetOnline has updated Super Bowl odds for all 32 NFL teams following Week 10
- The Steelers (+525) improved to a perfect 9-0 with an easy 36-10 win over the Bengals
- New Orleans (+675) will be without Drew Brees for the next few games as they attempt to secure a first-round bye in the NFC
Prematurely crowned as the NFL MVP after leading the Seahawks to an impressive 5-0 start, Russell Wilson has accounted for ten turnovers in the past four games. Losers of three of those, Seattle’s odds to win the Lombardi have subsequently lengthened to +1600 from a season-high of +700.
Meanwhile, Sean McVay and the Rams (+1600), continue to rise up the board after proving they could do more than beat up on the NFC East with a big 23-16 divisional-game win over Pete Carroll’s club on Sunday.
Let’s look at the latest Super Bowl odds and recap the Week 10 action.
ODDS TO WIN SUPER BOWL 55
|Team||Current Odds||Trending||After Wk 9|
|Kansas City Chiefs||+325||↑||+350|
|New Orleans Saints||+675||↑||+700|
|Tampa Bay Buccaneers||+800||↑||+900|
|Green Bay Packers||+900||↑||+950|
|Los Angeles Rams||+1600||↑||+2500|
|Las Vegas Raiders||+4000||↑||+5000|
|New England Patriots||+7500||↑||+12500|
|San Francisco 49ers||+12500||↓||+8000|
|New York Giants||+25000||↑||+50000|
|Los Angeles Chargers||+50000||↓||+40000|
|New York Jets||+300000||↓||+200000|
ARE THE RAMS FOR REAL?
Before Sunday’s victory over Seattle, the Rams (+1600) had only secured wins over the four NFC East teams and the Bears while dropping games to San Francisco, Miami and Buffalo. However, via Michael Salfino in The Athletic, Los Angeles is “out-gaining opponents by about 100 yards per game and outpassing them by about 1.8 yards per attempt — monster numbers for this era.”
Additionally, Brandon Staley’s defense has given up three points or less in the second half of eight of the Rams’ nine games this year. Not bad for a first-year defensive coordinator.
Russell Wilson on his bad day in Seahawks’ loss to Rams: “It’s not on anybody but me. I put it on my shoulders, and we’ll get it fixed”https://t.co/KT98Vu7GzT pic.twitter.com/QIgcToKU83
— Around The NFL (@AroundTheNFL) November 16, 2020
Having limited opposing wideouts to under 123 yards per game, Jalen Ramsey and the Rams will lock horns with Tampa Bay’s trio of Mike Evans, Chris Godwin and Antonio Brown on Monday Night Football. If they can beat a Buccaneers (+800) outfit that got back on track in Week 10 by crushing the Panthers 46-23, Sean McVay’s team would have a case as the NFC’s best team.
DREW BREES GOES DOWN
New Orleans (+650) improved to 7-2 with an easy 27-13 victory over the 49ers, but lost quarterback Drew Brees in the process. With it yet to be determined how many weeks the 41-year-old will miss with rib and shoulder injuries, Sean Payton’s club will turn to Jameis Winston down the stretch as they look to secure the sole first-round bye in the NFC.
While the Saints’ schedule looks nice on paper, they’ll face a frisky Falcons club twice in the next three weeks and their divisional-rivals in Atlanta always play them tough. The good news is that they own the tiebreak against the 7-3 Bucs and the 7-2 Packers (+900) continued to look unimpressive in a ugly 24-20 win over the Jaguars.
The Saints, Super Bowl contenders, sure need Jameis Winston now. We chatted about this opportunity way back in the off-season, icymi.
“This is not over for me.”
— Tyler Dunne (@TyDunne) November 16, 2020
Over in the AFC, the Ravens‘ odds sunk to a season-low +1400 after a stormy Sunday night loss to the Patriots (+7500) that dropped Lamar Jackson’s career record to 0-6 (including playoffs) when trailing by 10 or more points at any point in a game.
Somewhat fittingly, they’ll now host Tennessee (+3300) in a rematch of last season’s divisional playoff upset when the Ravens became the first No. 1 seed to fall to a No. 6 seed since 2010.