Super Bowl Betting Odds: All of the latest NFL Super Bowl betting odds for the 2017 season

Get the latest Super Bowl betting odds and find out who the bookmakers are predicting will lift the Vince Lombardi Trophy at the end of the NFL showpiece game on February 4, 2018.

Super Bowl LII Odds


The New England Patriots remain the bookmakers’ favourites in the Super Bowl betting odds following a bizarre weekend in the NFL that produced a string of surprise results.

The Patriots were not on the receiving end of an upset at the weekend, but they came incredibly close to losing for the second time in three weeks. New England needed a 25-yard touchdown pass from legendary quarterback Tom Brady to Brandin Cooks with just 23 seconds to go to lift them to a 36-33 win over the Houston Texans, but while it may have been a close call the bookies are still backing Bill Belichick’s team to win back-to-back Vince Lombardi Trophies, making them favourites in the Super Bowl betting odds market.

There has been some movement behind them with Atlanta and Green Bay next up in the betting as joint second favourites. The Falcons are now one of only two teams to boast a 100% record after three weeks of action, having held off the Detroit Lions on Sunday, while the Packers improved to 2-1 as they bounced back from a defeat in Atlanta by getting the better of the Cincinnati Bengals in overtime.

The Pittsburgh Steelers have drifted in the betting after they suffered their first defeat of the season in one of the big upsets. Ben Roethlisberger & Co. were expected to roll over a Chicago Bears team that were soundly beaten in Tampa Bay a week ago, but despite producing virtually nothing in the passing game all day the Bears were able to snatch victory in overtime thanks to the efforts of running backs Jordan Howard and Tarik Cohen.

That has resulted in the Steelers losing ground on the Patriots in the Super Bowl betting odds market, with the Kansas City Chiefs – the only other 3-0 team – next up alongside the Dallas Cowboys, who bounced back from a heavy defeat in Denver by beating the Arizona Cardinals on Monday Night Football.

The Oakland Raiders – beaten at Washington – and the Seattle Seahawks – beaten by Tennessee – are the only other teams shorter than 20s as this time, although the Tennessee Titans are close to breaking into that group after improving to 2-1 with that victory over the Seahawks. 


Latest Super Bowl LII Odds

NFL Outright Odds


The Super Bowl betting odds market is not the only outright NFL betting odds market available for the 2017 NFL season, because the format of the league gives punters the opportunity to back on both the conferences and the divisions.

The league is split into two conferences – the National Football Conference (NFC) and the American Football Conference (AFC) – and each conference consists for four divisions. The NFL betting odds available from the bookmakers mean you can bet on the winner of any of the eight NFL divisions while also betting on who will win either of the two conferences, so you are not restricted to just the outright Super Bowl betting odds market.

The New England Patriots, New York Jets, Buffalo Bills and Miami Dolphins contest the AFC East, the Pittsburgh Steelers, Cincinnati Bengals, Baltimore Ravens and Cleveland Browns comprise the AFC North, the Indianapolis Colts, Houston Texans, Jacksonville Jaguars and Tennessee Titans form the AFC South, and the Denver Broncos, Kansas City Chiefs, Oakland Raiders and San Diego Chargers determine who wins the AFC West.

Over in the National Football Conference, the Dallas Cowboys, New York Giants, Washington Redskins and Philadelphia Eagles comprise the NFC East, the Green Bay Packers, Minnesota Vikings, Detroit Lions and Chicago Bears form the NFC North, the Carolina Panthers, Atlanta Falcons, New Orleans Saints and Tampa Buccaneers meet in the NFC South, and the Seattle Seahawks, Arizona Cardinals, Los Angeles Rams and San Francisco 49ers contest the NFC West.

If you are struggling to pick a winner the bookies also offer Double Chance NFL betting odds markets that allow you to choose two teams, while those confident about a team NOT winning a division can bet on that too.

NFL Game Odds


Not only can you bet on outright NFL betting odds markets and Super Bowl betting odds markets for the 2017 NFL season, you can also bet on individual games because the bookmakers offer markets for every regular season and post-season game, including the Pro Bowl and the Super Bowl itself.

You are not just limited to a few simple NFL betting odds markets either, because the growth of American Football across the globe has led to an increase in coverage from the bookies. You can now sink your teeth into more than just the Match Winner market, with the Points Spread and Winning Margin markets among those for you to be on when it comes to the outcome of a game.

And as you will probably know, the Americans love their statistics when it comes to sport and that really does lend itself to betting on the NFL because the bookies offer a host of player prop betting markets for every game. Fancy a dominant running back to go over 100 yards in a game once again? You can bet on it. Fancy a quarterback to air it out in another big game? You can bet on it. And when it comes to Super Bowl betting odds, you can bet on things like the game’s Most Valuable Player and the half-time show itself.

The incredible depth of NFL player and team stats mean you can always find a good bet in the prop betting markets. At the click of a button you can discover a player/team’s strengths and weaknesses and that can help you bash the bookmakers when they release their NFL betting odds for a game.


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Super Bowl Betting Odds: All of the latest NFL Super Bowl betting odds for the 2017 season

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