Super Bowl 54 Odds Update With NFL Season Only 3 Months Away

  • BetOnline has updated Super Bowl 54 odds for all 32 NFL teams
  • The Cowboys (+2500) are a great sleeper bet with a young, ascending defense and a new offensive coordinator
  • The Vikings are one of the league’s most complete teams and an incredible value at 25/1

A month since the draft and about 90 days until the 2019 season gets underway, we’ve entered a rare quiet period on the NFL calendar. I mean, as fans, the only news we’ve had to follow is the Jets’ GM search, a few players signing RFA tenders, and Aaron Rodgers’ complete inability to chug a beer.

With everyone still awaiting the results of the child-abuse investigation on Tyreek Hill, there also hasn’t been much movement on Super Bowl 54 betting lines. Let’s check BetOnline and go over two teams with 25/1 odds who currently represent the best value.

Odds to Win Super Bowl 54

NFL Team Odds
New England Patriots +700
Kansas City Chiefs +1000
Los Angeles Rams +1000
New Orleans Saints +1000
Chicago Bears +1400
Cleveland Browns +1400
Indianapolis Colts +1400
Los Angeles Chargers +1400
Philadelphia Eagles +1400
Green Bay Packers +2200
Atlanta Falcons +2500
Dallas Cowboys +2500
Houston Texans +2500
Minnesota Vikings +2500
Pittsburgh Steelers +2500
San Francisco 49ers +2500
Baltimore Ravens +3300
Jacksonville Jaguars +3300
Seattle Seahawks +3300
Oakland Raiders +4000
Carolina Panthers +5000
Denver Broncos +5000
New York Giants +5000
New York Jets +5000
Tennessee Titans +5000
Buffalo Bills +6600
Detroit Lions +6600
Tampa Bay Buccaneers +6600
Arizona Cardinals +8000
Cincinnati Bengals +10000
Washington Redskins +10000
Miami Dolphins +12500

*Odds from 06/03/19.

Dallas Cowboys (+2500)

While quarterback Carson Wentz is generating a ton of hype after his performance in OTAs, there has been little buzz on the Eagles’ NFC East counterparts in Dallas.

People seem to forget that the Cowboys fielded one of the best defenses in football last season. With defensive end DeMarcus Lawrence signed to a massive five-year, $105 million contract extension and star linebacker Leighton Vander Esch set to be even better in year two, there shouldn’t be much fall off in year in 2019.

On the offensive side of the ball, the Cowboys improved down the stretch after the Amari Cooper acquisition and there seems to be growing optimism that first-year OC Kellen Moore will add some much-needed juice to one of the league’s most uncreative attacks.

Dak Prescott feels “confident and comfortable” heading into a contract year, and the return of All-Pro starting center Travis Frederick should make running back Ezekiel Elliott more dangerous near the goal line. Don’t be surprised if “America’s Team” returns to their first Super Bowl since 1996.

Minnesota Vikings (+2500)

While I admit it’s hard to visualize Kirk Cousins as a Super Bowl champion, Minnesota is talented enough on both sides of the ball to at least contend for the Lombardi Trophy.

Mike Zimmer is a proven defensive coach and the Vikings are loaded on all levels of the defense, especially at corner with Xavier Rhodes, Trae Waynes, Mackensie Alexander and Mike Hughes, who’s still rehabbing from injury.

After drafting center Garrett Bradbury in the first round and bringing in Gary Kubiak to install his zone-blocking offense, there’s also a lot of chatter that the team will run the ball a lot more in 2019 despite having the best receiver tandem in the league in Stefon Diggs and Adam Thielen.

When you look at the total package (offense/defense/coaching), there’s not many more complete teams than the Vikings, who are still just one year removed from a 13-3 season.

Steve Dominey

Steve has almost 15 years of experience in marketing, PR and sports television. After acquiring a Journalism degree from Carleton University, he assembled highlight packs for Canada's most-watched sports network (TSN) before transitioning to a career in communications. He describes himself as a good father, great dog owner, and mediocre gambler and husband.