NFL Super Bowl Winning Odds

The New England Patriots are tied for the best record in football with a 13-3 record. They have a +210 chance of winning the Super Bowl for the 6th time in franchise history.

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The Minnesota Vikings are one of the four teams with a 13-3 record. Their chances of a Super Bowl win are +375. A win would give them the first Super Bowl win in franchise history.

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The Pittsburgh Steelers are also one of the four teams with a 13-3 record. Their chance to win is +525. The Steelers have 6 Super Bowl wins which is the most in NFL history.

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The New Orleans Saints have an 11-5 regular record. Drew Brees and the Saints have a +750 chance of winning the Super Bowl for the 2nd time in franchise history.

Detroit Lions v New Orleans Saints

The Philadelphia Eagles are the fourth team with a 13-3 record in the regular season. Their chance of winning is +1220 and a win would give them their 4th Super Bowl. With QB Carson Wentz being out for the remainder of the season, the Eagles’ odds of a Super Bowl win have went down.

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The Jacksonville Jaguars have a 10-6 record. Their odds to win the Super Bowl is +2200. With a win it would give the Jacksonville their franchise their first Championship.

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The Atlanta Falcons have a 10-6 record. Their odds to win is +2500. The Falcons look to win their first Super Bowl in franchise history and remend what happened last year in the Super Bowl.

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The Tennessee Titans have are 9-7 and have a +7500 of a Super Bowl win. With the win it would give them their first Super Bowl win in franchise history.

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