Super Bowl Odds - UPDATED Through Week 11

A look at current Super Bowl favorites, as listed on DraftKings

Super Bowl Odds - Updated Through Week 11

After Week 11 NFL action, the Super Bowl odds for the top four contenders remained somewhat consistent. The Patriots are still Super Bowl favorites, but the Ravens and Saints both saw their odds slightly improve. See the current Super Bowl odds for Week 11 below:

  1. Patriots (+270)
  2. Ravens (+500)
  3. Saints (+600)
  4. 49ers (+700)
  5. Chiefs (+1000)

Outside looking in: Packers (+1100), Seahawks (+1400), Vikings (+1800), Cowboys (+2000)

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Super Bowl Odds Recap - Week 11

  • After the San Francisco 49ers (+700) suffered their first loss at the hands of the Seattle Seahawks (+1600) in Week 10, the New England Patriots became massive Super Bowl betting line favorites (+270) heading into Week 11. New England beat the Philadelphia Eagles in a hard-fought, defensive battle and maintained their spot atop the Super Bowl odds list.

  • The surging Baltimore Ravens saw their odds improve (+650 to +500) after another dominant victory (this time against the Houston Texans) and now have sole possession of second place as Lamar Jackson continued to establish himself as a viable MVP candidate.

  • The New Orleans Saints (+600) got back on the right track and took down the Tampa Bay Buccaneers (34-17) on the road and saw their odds improve from +650 last week.

  • The San Francisco 49ers (+700) maintained their odds after taking down the Arizona Cardinals in a close-fought battle.

  • The Patrick Mahomes-led Kansas City Chiefs saw their odds improve (+1200 to +1000), and moved into the fifth slot after their Monday Night Football victory over the Los Angeles Chargers. The Green Bay Packers fell out of the top five as a result and their odds slightly decreased (+1000 to +1100) despite the fact that they were on a bye week.

Who is Favored to Win the Super Bowl? - In Depth Analysis 

Patriots (+270)

The Patriots are 9-1, have an NFL-leading +179 point differential and are coming off a victory, but Tom Brady has vocalized his frustration with New England's lack of offensive production. With the exception of their game against Lamar Jackson and the Baltimore Ravens, New England's defense has been historically-dominant this season, which has bailed out their offense at times, but there's really no reason not to expect Brady and Josh McDaniels to figure things out on that end of the ball. They'll take on the Cowboys at home this week, travel to the Texans next week and square off against the Chiefs at home the week after, so we'll learn a lot about this squad after that stretch.

Ravens (+500)

Baltimore is the talk of the NFL right now, and for good reason. Jackson is playing on a whole different stratosphere than he did last season and the Ravens offense has scored on 54 percent of their drives this season, which is an historically-dominant number. With a surging defense that just made Deshaun Watson look silly, the Ravens are looking more and more like the team to beat in the AFC due to their recent play, including the dismantling of New England a couple weeks ago. They'll face the Rams in Los Angeles on Monday Night Football this week.

Saints (+600)

After a disappointing loss to the Atlanta Falcons at home in Week 10, the Saints took care of business in Tampa Bay in Week 11, winning easily (34-17). Most importantly, Drew Brees and the offense kicked it back into gear while their defense forced several turnovers against Jameis Winston. They'll host the Carolina Panthers this week.

49ers (+700)

For whatever reason, the Niners haven't been able to dominate the Cardinals this season, but escaped with another win against them in Week 11. They'll face a brutal stretch against the Packers, Ravens and Saints in the next three weeks and will be relying on the health of some of their core offensive players to improve. After this three-game stretch, we will have a more accurate read on this squad.

Chiefs (+1000)

Are they back? Who knows... but the Chiefs earned a victory against the Los Angeles Chargers on Monday Night Football and are firmly in the playoff mix once again. They'll host the Oakland Raiders and then travel to New England in the next couple weeks. It's worth mentioning that while he uncharacteristically struggled to rack up passing yards in Week 11, Mahomes looked mobile and rushed for 59 yards on just five carries. The Chiefs need to improve defensively (especially against the run), but it's important not to count out the reigning MVP.

Super Bowl Odds - Updated Through Week 10

After a wild week 10 in the NFL we have seen one of the largest shifts in Super Bowl odds this year. The 49ers are no longer own the best odds to win the Super Bowl after they lost a thriller in OT against the Seahawks. Now the Patriots are back in a spot they know well, the Super Bowl favorites. See the current Super Bowl odds for week 10 below:

  1. Patriots (+270)
  2. Ravens (+650)
  3. Saints (+650)
  4. 49ers (+700)
  5. Packers (+1,000)

Outside looking in: Chiefs (+1,200), Seahawks (+1,600), Vikings (+2,000), Eagles (+2,000)

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Super Bowl Odds Recap - Week 10

  • After the San Francisco 49ers (+700) suffered their first loss at the hands of the Seattle Seahawks (+1600), the New England Patriots are massive Super Bowl betting line favorites (+270) heading into Week 11. 

  • The surging Baltimore Ravens (+650) now share the second-highest odds with the New Orleans Saints (+650) as Lamar Jackson continued to establish himself as a viable MVP candidate a dominant Week 10 win while New Orleans suffered a shocking home loss to the Atlanta Falcons.

  • The Green Bay Packers (+1000) improved to 8-2 with their win over the Carolina Panthers in Week 10 and are quietly hanging in the mix. 

  • The Patrick Mahomes-led Kansas City Chiefs (+1200), surging Seattle Seahawks (+1600), Minnesota Vikings (+2000) and Philadelphia Eagles (+2000) could all realistically improve their Super Bowl odds in the coming weeks. 

Who is Favored to Win the Super Bowl? - In Depth Analysis 

Patriots (+270)

Even though the Patriots dropped their last game on the road against the Ravens, their +172 point differential speaks for itself. Not only is that the best mark in the NFL (by far), but only two other teams (Baltimore and San Francisco) have a point differential better than +81. New England is dominant on both ends of the ball and should be recognized as the clear Super Bowl favorite heading into their Week 11 matchup against the Eagles. 

Ravens (+650)

MVP-level quarterback? Check. Dominant offense? Check. Surging defense? Check. A marquee win? Check. This Ravens team is clicking on all cylinders right now and faces a brutal part of their schedule in which they’ll take on the Houston Texans, Los Angeles Rams and San Francisco 49ers in consecutive weeks. We are going to learn a lot about this team over that span. If they manage to go 3-0, they’ll see their odds to win the Super Bowl skyrocket.

Saints (+650)

In what might have been the upset of the season, the Falcons manhandled the Saints in New Orleans by the score of 26-9 even after Alvin Kamara returned from injury. No one saw that coming. A road matchup against the league’s worst passing defense should do wonders for Drew Brees and company in Week 11, but if they manage to struggle again, it’ll be concerning to say the least. 

49ers (+700)

Although the 49ers’ perfect season is now a thing of the past, they are still one of the top overall teams in the league. While their running game should continue to thrive moving forward, the health of George Kittle and Emmanuel Sanders will be something to watch. They’re both banged up and questionable in Week 11. If they will be dealing with lingering issues, Kyle Shanahan’s offense will certainly take a hit, and will their Super Bowl odds

Packers (+1000)

Although they’re flying under the radar, the Packers are 8-2, have an elite Aaron Rodgers and the best defense of his tenure as their starting quarterback. They’ll take on the 49ers in Week 11 in what could certainly switch up these odds in the event of a Green Bay victory. The emergence of Aaron Jones, who leads the NFL in rushing touchdowns, has allowed the Packers to operate within a balanced offensive scheme, which has made Rodgers ultra-efficient. 

Super Bowl odds per DraftKings Sportsbook