Super Bowl Odds Tracker – Packers Rise to the Top

Just as we predicted last week, the winner of the Patriots/Packers game is alone atop the Super Bowl XLIX odds. After a hard-fought 26-21 win at Lambeau, Green Bay is now 4/1 to hoist the Lombardi Trophy in Phoenix. The Patriots acquitted themselves nicely on the road, though, hanging with the Packers all game and suffering a rare miss from kicker Stephen Gostkowski late in the fourth. They drop just one spot to second.

After a third straight win, the Seattle Seahawks are getting plenty of love again and are back in the top-five. The biggest drop of the week belongs to the Dallas Cowboys, who were manhandled at home by the Philadelphia Eagles on Thanksgiving and are now fighting for their playoff lives. The Cardinals also fell after dropping a second straight game. Despite still being tied for the best record in the NFL, the Cards could easily fall out of the top-ten with another loss.

Below, you can find the latest Super Bowl odds for the teams that remain in playoff contention, followed by the post-week 12 odds and the preseason odds.

AFTER WEEK 13:

Green Bay Packers 4/1

New England Patriots 5/1

Denver Broncos 9/2

Seattle Seahawks 13/2

Philadelphia Eagles 12/1

Indianapolis Colts 20/1

Arizona Cardinals 22/1

Cincinnati Bengals 25/1

Detroit Lions 25/1

New Orleans Saints 25/1

San Diego Chargers 33/1

San Francisco 49ers 33/1

Dallas Cowboys 40/1

Miami Dolphins 40/1

Baltimore Ravens 50/1

Kansas City Chiefs 66/1

Pittsburgh Steelers 66/1

Atlanta Falcons 80/1

Cleveland Browns 125/1

Buffalo Bills 150/1

Houston Texans 250/1

St. Louis Rams 250/1

Carolina Panthers 500/1

Chicago Bears 500/1

 

AFTER WEEK 12:

New England Patriots 4/1

Green Bay Packers 9/2

Denver Broncos 5/1

Seattle Seahawks 12/1

Arizona Cardinals 14/1

Dallas Cowboys 16/1

San Francisco 49ers 16/1

Indianapolis Colts 20/1

Philadelphia Eagles 20/1

Cincinnati Bengals 28/1

Baltimore Ravens 33/1

Detroit Lions 33/1

Kansas City Chiefs 33/1

New Orleans Saints 33/1

San Diego Chargers 33/1

Pittsburgh Steelers 40/1

Cleveland Browns 66/1

Miami Dolphins 66/1

Atlanta Falcons 150/1

Buffalo Bills 150/1

Chicago Bears 150/1

Houston Texans 250/1

Carolina Panthers 200/1

St. Louis Rams 500/1

 

PRIOR TO THE START OF THE SEASON:

Denver Broncos 6/1

Seattle Seahawks 6/1

New England Patriots 8/1

Green Bay Packers 11/1

New Orleans Saints 11/1

San Francisco 49ers 12/1

Chicago Bears 25/1

Indianapolis Colts 25/1

Philadelphia Eagles 28/1

Pittsburgh Steelers 28/1

Cincinnati Bengals 30/1

Baltimore Ravens 38/1

Detroit Lions 42/1

San Diego Chargers 43/1

Arizona Cardinals 60/1

Atlanta Falcons 60/1

New York Giants 60/1

Houston Texans 63/1

Kansas City Chiefs 75/1

Miami Dolphins 75/1

Carolina Panthers 75/1

Washington Redskins 75/1

New York Jets 85/1

Buffalo Bills 100/1

Cleveland Browns 100/1

Dallas Cowboys 100/1

Minnesota Vikings 100/1

St. Louis Rams 100/1

Tampa Bay Buccaneers 100/1

Tennessee Titans 125/1

Oakland Raiders 200/1

Jacksonville Jaguars 250/1

Frank Lorenzo

MTS co-founder Frank “Let It Ride” Lorenzo has been betting on sports since he was legally allowed to do so. (Did he do so before then, too? No comment.) He enjoys very strong coffee, neon lights, and passing on his wealth of betting knowledge to anyone who will listen.