We are through three weeks of NFL football already, as the season continues to move quickly. Kyle Allen dominated as the Panthers’ quarterback, the Eagles fell to 1-2, the Lions and Bills are 3-0, and the Patriots have still yet to allow an offensive touchdown.
Super Bowl Odds have changed…and drastically for some teams. The NFL is such a week-to-week league, so you can get a plethora of different odds to win the Super Bowl on each team, as long as you follow along week-to-week. There is value to be had.
Here is a look at the movement on Super Bowl Odds at DraftKings Sportsbook after Week 3.
Super Bowl Odds Movement By Week
|Team||Pre Week 1 Odds||Post Week 1 Odds||Post Week 2 Odds||Post Week 3 Odds||Change|
Current Super Bowl Odds For All NFL Teams
|Team||DraftKings Sportsbook Odds||FanDuel Sportsbook Odds||BetRivers Sportsbook Odds|
Big Increase in Super Bowl Odds
Kyle Allen beat Kyler Murray. Again.
For those wondering, Kyle Allen beat Kyler Murray out at Texas A&M, which then in turn had Murray to transfer. Funny how things happen in circles sometimes.
Either way, Allen seems to be the savior for the Panthers’ Super Bowl odds for the time being. He went 19/26 for 261 and four TD on Sunday, leading the Panthers to a win over the Cardinals. In an iffy NFC South with Drew Brees out awhile, the Bucs struggling, and the Falcons’ inconsistencies…the Panthers’ resurgence has DraftKings Sportsbook moving their odds up from +8000 to +5000.
Andrew Luck retires. Darius Leonard is hurt. It does not matter.
The Colts are still 2-1 and tied for the Texans for the lead in the AFC South. Frank Reich has proven to be an elite football coach in his time in Indianapolis, as the Colts have a very solid roster around Jacoby Brissett. The Colts get the Raiders this week before a battle against the Chiefs, and then we will be able to see exactly where the Colts stand. The Colts are +4000 this week compared to +6600 last week.
The Buffalo Bills are 3-0.
Yes, they beat the Jets, Giants, and Bengals. But you can only beat who is on the schedule, and as Bill Parcells said, “You are what your record says you are”.
Let’s see if that is true this week when the Bills take on the New England Patriots, but for now…the Bills are +4000 to win the Super Bowl, up from +6600 last week. Will they be the first team to score an offensive touchdown against the Patriots this year? We’ll see.
BIG DECREASE IN SUPER BOWL ODDS
Case Keenum is a disaster. The Redskins were embarrassed on Monday Night Football 31-15 to the Bears, and the score does not even justify just how poorly the Redskins played. Keenum threw three interceptions, fumbled three times (lost two) and missed a handful of throws. The decision-making just was not there for the Redskins’ QB, and DraftKings Sportsbook has adjusted accordingly, dropping the 0-3 Redskins to +25000 to win the Super Bowl.
The Raiders dropped to 1-2 this weekend, getting destroyed by the Vikings 34-14. It may as well have been worse, but the Raiders scored with a minute left in the game.
The Vikings ran for 211 yards on Oakland, and took the wind right out of the Raiders sails, and DraftKings Sportsbook has dropped the Raiders’ Super Bowl odds to +12500. Just Win Baby will probably have to wait another year. Again.
Teams to Watch
New York Giants
The Giants’ rookie quarterback Daniel Jones has rejuvenated the Giants’ faithful, and it has helped their Super Bowl odds increase to +8000. Are the Giants winning the Super Bowl this year? Not likely, especially with Saquon Barkley out for 1-2 months. But, think about it this way. Arguably the best running back in the NFL got hurt, and the Giants’ Super Bowl odds still increased.
Keep an eye on Jones’ play, as the Giants’ Super Bowl odds may increase with his abilities during the next few weeks.
San Francisco 49ers
Four teams in the NFC are 3-0. The Cowboys, Packers, Rams, and the San Francisco 49ers.
The reason to keep an eye on the Niners is because they are now +2200 to win the Super Bowl, which are amongst the best in the NFL. With that being said, they are 3-0 against the Bucs, Bengals, and Steelers. In Week 4, they get the Browns before traveling to LA to take on the Rams. We will know if the Niners are for real in two weeks, so watch them and their odds!