Super Bowl Odds Update After Week 9 See 49ers Trending Up, Packers Decline

  • The Patriots (+275) remain BetOnline’s Super Bowl favorites despite an ugly loss to the Ravens 
  • The undefeated 49ers (+650) and Chiefs (+900) rose up the board after big Week 9 wins
  • The Packers (+1200) and Vikings (+2500) saw their title odds slip after suffering surprising setbacks

In a divided nation that can never seem to agree on much, collectively cheering against Bill Belichick and Tom Brady has become a national sport of its own.

But while it was thrilling to see Lamar Jackson and the Baltimore Ravens run the ball down the evil empire’s throat on Sunday night, oddsmakers are not viewing New England’s humbling 37-20 loss as a harbinger of things to come.

Looking at BetOnline, New England remains the overwhelming Super Bowl favorite at +275 while Baltimore’s title odds didn’t even budge from +1000. Let’s find some cases where the Week 9 results did impact teams’ title odds.


ODDS TO WIN SUPER BOWL 54

Team Current Odds Trending Last Week
New England Patriots +275 +225
New Orleans Saints +500 +500
San Francisco 49ers +650 +800
Kansas City Chiefs +900 +1400
Baltimore Ravens +1000 +1000
Green Bay Packers +1200 +800
Dallas Cowboys +1400 +1400
Philadelphia Eagles +1600 +2000
Seattle Seahawks +1600 +1600
Los Angeles Rams +2000 +1400
Houston Texans +2500 +3300
Minnesota Vikings +2500 +1400
Buffalo Bills +3300 +5000
Carolina Panthers +4000 +5000
Indianapolis Colts +4000  +2000
Pittsburgh Steelers +4000 +5000
Los Angeles Chargers +5000 +3300
Chicago Bears +10000 +6600
Denver Broncos +10000 +25000
Jacksonville Jaguars +10000 +5000
Oakland Raiders +10000 +15000
Cleveland Browns +15000 +6600
Detroit Lions +15000 +5000
Tennessee Titans +15000 +6600
Arizona Cardinals +25000 +10000
Atlanta Falcons +50000 +50000
Tampa Bay Buccaneers +50000 +25000
New York Giants +100000 +50000
New York Jets +500000 +250000
Cincinnati Bengals +1000000 +1000000
Miami Dolphins +1000000 +1000000
Washington Redskins +2500000 +1000000

TEAMS WITH IMPROVING ODDS

San Francisco moved up to +650 despite struggling against the Cardinals on Thursday night. Things are about to get interesting for the NFL’s lone unbeaten team with a Monday-nighter versus the division-rival Seahawks and upcoming games against Packers, Ravens and Saints.

The Chiefs were somehow available at +1400 last week, but order has been restored after Harrison Butker’s last-second field goal helped Kansas City defeat Minnesota and avoid their fourth loss in five games.

With Patrick Mahomes expected back this Sunday, we’ll see if Andy Reid’s squad can build a little November momentum before a Dec. 8th showdown with the Patriots.

The Eagles sunk all the way to +2500 after a humiliating Week 7 primetime loss to the Cowboys, but two-straight convincing wins over the Bills and Bears have them back up to +1400.

Following their bye, Philadelphia will battle New England and Seattle before their schedule gets marshmallow-soft down the stretch.

TEAMS WITH DECLINING ODDS

It was a terrible Sunday for the NFC North. While we expect the Bears and Lions to find new, horrible ways to lose every week, the Packers‘ lack of offense against the Chargers was truly shocking.

Following a week of burning-hot MVP hype, Aaron Rodgers managed only 161 yards passing and a score in the 26-11 loss. Aaron Jones fared no better with only 30 yards on the ground just a week after blowing up for 226 total yards against the Chiefs.

The head-scratching outcome caused Green Bay’s title-odds to sink from +800 to +1200, but that shift was relatively minor compared to the one made on Minnesota.

The Vikings dropped from +1600 to +2500 after coming up just short against Kansas City. While Kirk Cousins turned in a solid performance (220 yards passing, 3 touchdowns, no picks), he fell to 0-9-1 as the Vikings quarterback when trailing at any point in the fourth quarter.

With all three of their losses coming on the road, Minnesota doesn’t look capable of making a Super Bowl run considering they’ll have to win at least a couple of playoff games away from home.

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.