Super Bowl Odds 2019

Super Bowl Odds are on the move once again after another crazy week of NFL action. The LA RAMS are now co-favorites to win the Super Bowl in February with the Patriots at 3/1 odds. The Rams suffered their first loss of the season on the road last week against the Saints.

The New Orleans Saints are the big movers this week, jumping into the 3rd spot for odds to win the Super Bowl after back to back road wins and a decisive win over the Rams. The red-hot KC Chiefs have accelerated up the odds board from 33/1 to 5/1 behind the play of QB Pat Mahomes. 

Meanwhile, the Patriots are quietly getting stronger and marching along to another easy AFC East division crown. The Pats offense should strike fear to any defense if Gronk is healthy. His presence along with what now looks to be a top-notch set of WR’s, has the Pats primed for another Super Bowl run.

Listed below you will see the opening Super Bowl Odds for each NFL team, along with their current odds to win the Super Bowl in February 2019.

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ODDS TO WIN THE SUPER BOWL:

Opening Super Bowl Odds Vegas Favorites:

The Philadelphia Eagles were tabbed +5000 underdogs on the Super Bowl odds to raise the Lombardi Trophy early last season. The Los Angeles Rams, Jacksonville Jaguars and Buffalo Bills all went off the board with +10000 or greater odds to win the big game heading into last season. All four teams qualified for the playoffs to offer up astute futures bettors fantastic hedging opportunities once the postseason came around.

Bottom line, there was some fantastic line value to take advantage of save for backing the New England Patriots who opened chalk to win the big game and remained that way up until it kicked off. Who will be this season’s big dogs overlooked by linemakers? Which chalks should be targeted? Let’s dig in and put some of the Super Bowl 53 futures odds movement under the microscope and see if the early betting hype is for real or hot steam. All odds mentioned are from MyBookie Sportsbook. See our exclusive MyBookie Promo Code.

 

Who Are the Wise Guys Picking To Win The Super Bowl?

NFL Wise guys are of the belief linemakers either got it wrong or are hunting for line value early on with the Arizona Cardinals (+7500), Baltimore Ravens (+4000), Buffalo Bills (+8000), Cleveland Browns (+6600), Indianapolis Colts (+5000), Miami Dolphins (+10000), New York Jets (+10000) and Seattle Seahawks (+5000).

I’m not buying any Browns shares at this point in time, but you can’t help but think Cleveland will put a more cohesive and formidable team onto the gridiron with the moves made this past offseason. Their 4.5 game season win total is one game fewer than that of the Arizona Cardinals who saw their odds to win SB LIII shorten up by $2500 since first opening.

I’m not buying Arizona either, but a healthy David Johnson will no doubt do wonders for its offense. Remember, Zona is just two seasons removed from playing in the NFC Championship Game. But are you willing to throw your money on Sam Bradford, Mike Glennon or Josh Rosen leading this franchise to Super Bowl glory? Didn’t think so.

Are the Ravens A Sleeper Pick To Win The Super Bowl?

Of this group of early NFL Odds line movers, the only team of intrigue is the Baltimore Ravens. This is a proud franchise with excellent upper management that’s fallen upon hard times the last couple seasons. Without a playoff appearance in three years mostly due to a struggling offense, Baltimore went out and brought Joe Flacco in some new toys to play with.

He’s already built a solid rapport with newcomer Willie Snead, and the additions of Michael Crabtree and John Brown might actually pump new life into what’s been a stagnant passing attack. Add a resurgent passing game to a promising ground game with Alex Collins leading the charge, and the Ravens can get back to playing their style of ball. Don’t forget about Kenneth Dixon returning from a season-long injury. The defense is still legit, but lacks depth so injuries will be of utmost concern.

Though the Steelers are the decided -275 favorites to win the AFC North, the Ravens have the team in place to chase them down and they’re hungry!

Lets Take A Look At The Super Bowl Favorites

On the chalky side of things, the defending Super Bowl champion Philadelphia Eagles continue to get some preseason love on the futures odds. They opened at +850 to go back-to-back, but the payoff now sits at +705. There haven’t been successive Super Bowl winners since the Patriots pulled the feat in the 2004 and 2005 seasons. The franchise never won the big game up until last season. Sorry Philly, you’re not winning it again this year but I do foresee another fun season going down in the City of Brotherly Love.

The Los Angeles Rams, Minnesota Vikings and New Orleans Saints are all receiving some interest with each expected to win their respective division’s title. None of the trio currently has less than a 9.5 game season win total. The Vikes check in at 10 after winning 13 to cruise to the NFC North championship a second straight season. I foresee LA and Minnesota putting forth exceptional seasons once again, but I’m not sold on “Who Dat Nation.” The NFC South looks to once again be one of the toughest divisions in football.

Super Bowl Futures Heavy On the Chargers?

A team getting a ton of love from the betting public since the futures offs first opened are the Los Angeles Chargers. Anthony Lynn’s troops opened at 22-1 to win LIII, but have since been bought down all the way to 13-1! Remember, this is a team that lost its first four games of last season, some in heartbreaking fashion, and then went on to close the year on 9-3 SU and 8-4 ATS win streaks.

One of the league’s best defenses snagged depth in the NFL Draft, and Philip Rivers is back under center to navigate what ended up being the No. 4 ranked offense from a season ago. All the pieces are in place for LA to make a deep run. If the team can get out to a better start this time around and most importantly avoid the injury bug, the Chargers just might finally be able to live up to the preseason hype they’ve grossly failed to do in year’s past.

 

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While the main focus of sports wagering involves betting on individual games, futures wagers are also quite popular in sports betting. The most popular futures in NFL betting involves the Super Bowl.

Most bookmakers will release their Super Bowl odds in February of each year, right after the Super Bowl of the prior season is completed. Thus, the initial odds are primarily based on the results of the previous year. Once the first odds are released, there will be various shifts in the odds during the spring and summer based upon personnel changes for each team. The free agency period can also turn the fortunes of several teams in the offseason. The NFL Draft in May is closely monitored, and coaching changes can certainly lead to shifts in the odds.

During the offseason, the Super Bowl odds are based on speculation. After all, the actual teams have yet to play a game. Once the season begins, the odds have a deeper rooted foundation because bettors can evaluate the teams on the field each week. It is during the regular season when the Vegas and offshore books futures odds will fluctuate the most as teams move up and down, like stocks, depending on their perceived value.

Big Super Bowl long-shots are tougher to find

The appeal of Super Bowl betting to bettors involves the favorable odds of these wagers compared to the 10/11 odds of football point spread bets. It wasn’t uncommon to find teams at odds of 200/1 before the start of the season in the recent past. However, these kind of odds have basically disappeared since the 1999 St. Louis Rams and 2001 New England Patriots ended up winning Super Bowls after being in the 100/1 range at certain points during their championship seasons.

Still, some teams are priced in the 100/1 range prior to each season. These favorable football odds can attract serious professional gamblers and casual sports fans who want to take a shot with their favorite team.

Super Bowl Betting – Good bet for the house?

Super Bowl futures are usually a favorable bet for the house. There are 32 wagering options but only one winner. Because money is pumped in on a year-round basis, online sportsbooks have plenty of opportunities to adjust the odds in their favor. If certain teams are getting bet too heavily, their odds can be adjusted to a lower payout to make the clubs a less favorable wager. In addition, teams that aren’t getting much support can have their betting odds adjusted to a higher payout to lure in more wagers.

In the past decade, Super Bowl Prop Bets have become big business in the Vegas sportsbooks and offshore. The average bettor is very comfortable wagering on prop bets for a couple of reasons. #1, they have been watching these players all season long. They feel as if they know as much about the players as the oddsmakers. #2, with so many prop bets available from the coin toss, to the halftime show, bettors assume that some props are “soft” and can be easily won.

According to CBSNews.com, sports gamblers wagered a record $158.6 million on the Super Bowl at Nevada’s 198 sports books, over $20.1 million more than in 2017. The tallies released Monday by the Nevada Gaming Control Board showed sports books made a profit of only about $1.2 million on the action, around $9.8 million less than in 2017 and not even close to the $19.7 they cleared in 2014.

Previous Super Bowl Point Spreads

Have you ever wondered how favorites and underdogs have performed historically in the Super Bowl? How about, what was the point spread for the 1st Super Bowl? Or better yet what was the point spread for all Super Bowls? Has the Super Bowl Betting line gone over or under more often historically? The answers to all of the questions can be answered below in the Super Bowl Betting History table.

Super BowlYearLocationMatchupLine (Total)ScoreATS Result
LII2018Minneapolis, MNPhiladelphia vs. New EnglandNew England -4 (49)Philadelphia 41 New England 33Underdog-Over
LI2017Houston, TXAtlanta vs. New EnlandNew England -3 (57)New England 34 Atlanta 28 (OT)Favorite-Over
L2016Santa Clara, CACarolina vs. DenverCarolina -5 (43.5)Denver 24 Carolina 10Underdog-Under
XLIX2015Glendale, AZSeattle vs. New EnglandPick 'em (47.5)New England 28 Seattle 24Patriots - Over
XLVIIl2014East Rutherford,New JerseySeattle vs DenverDenver -2 (47)Seattle 43 Denver 8Underdog-Over
XLVII2013New Orleans, LASF vs. BaltimoreSan Francisco -4.5 (48)Baltimore 34 San Francisco 31Underdog-Over
XLVI2012Indianapolis, INNY Giants vs. New EnglandNew England -2.5 (53)N.Y. Giants 21 New England 17Underdog-Under
XLV2011Arlington, TXGreen Bay vs. PittsburghGreen Bay -3 (45)Green Bay 31 Pittsburgh 25Favorite-Over
XLIV2010Miami, FLNew Orleans vs. IndianapolisIndianapolis -5 (57)New Orleans 31 Indianapolis 17Underdog-Under
XLIII2009Tampa, FLPittsburgh vs. ArizonaPittsburgh -7 (46)Pittsburgh 27 Arizona 23Underdog-Over
XLII2008Glendale, AZNY Giants vs. New EnglandNew England -12 (55)N.Y. Giants 17 New England 14Underdog-Under
XLI2007Miami, FLIndianapolis vs. ChicagoIndianapolis -7 (47)Indianapolis 29 Chicago 17Favorite-Under
XL2006Detroit, MIPittsburgh vs. SeattlePittsburgh -4 (47)Pittsburgh 21 Seattle 10Favorite-Under
XXIX2005Jacksonville, FLNew England vs. PhiladelphiaNew England -7 (46.5)New England 24 Philadelphia 21Underdog-Under
XXXVIII2004Houston, TXNew England vs. CarolinaNew England -7 (37.5)New England 32 Carolina 29Underdog-Over
XXXVII2003San Diego, CATampa Bay vs. OaklandOakland -4 (44)Tampa Bay 48 Oakland 21Underdog-Over
XXXVI2002New Orleans, LANew England vs. St. LouisSt. Louis -14 (53)New England 20 St. Louis 17Underdog-Under
XXXV2001Tampa, FLBaltimore vs. NY GiantsBaltimore -3 (33)Baltimore 34 N.Y. Giants 7Favorite-Over
XXXIV2000Atlanta, GASt. Louis vs. TennesseeSt. Louis -7 (45)St. Louis 23 Tennessee 16Push-Under
XXXIII1999Miami, FLDenver vs. AtlantaDenver -7.5 (52.5)Denver 34 Atlanta 19Favorite-Over
XXXII1998San Diego, CADenve vs. Green BayGreen Bay -11 (49)Denver 31 Green Bay 24Underdog-Over
XXXI1997New Orleans, LAGreen Bay vs. New EnglandGreen Bay -14 (49)Green Bay 35 New England 21Push-Over
XXX1996Tempe, AZDallas vs. PittsburghDallas -13.5 (51)Dallas 27 Pittsburgh 17Underdog-Under
XXIX1995Miami, FLSF vs. San DiegoSan Francisco -18.5San Francisco 49 San Diego 26Favorite-Over
XXVIII1994Atlanta, GADallas vs. BuffaloDallas -10.5 (50.5)Dallas 30 Buffalo 13Favorite-Under
XXVII1993Pasadena, CADallas vs. BuffaloDallas -6.5 (44.5)Dallas 52 Buffalo 17Favorite-Over
XXVI1992Minneapolis, MNWashington vs. BuffaloWashington -7 (49)Washington 37 Buffalo 24Favorite-Over
XXV1991Tampa, FLNY Giants vs. BuffaloBuffalo -7 (40.5)N.Y. Giants 20 Buffalo 19Underdog-Under
XXIV1990New Orleans, LASF vs. DenverSan Francisco -12 (48)San Francisco 55 Denver 10Favorite-Over
XXIII1989Miami, FLSF vs. CincinnatiSan Francisco -7 (48)San Francisco 20 Cincinnati 16Underdog-Under
XXII1988San Diego, CAWashington vs. DenverDenver -3 (47)Washington 42 Denver 10Underdog-Over
XXI1987Pasadena, CANY Giants vs. DenverN.Y. Giants -9.5 (40)N.Y. Giants 39 Denver 20Favorite-Over
XX1986New Orleans, LAChicago vs. New EnglandChicago -10 (37.5)Chicago 46 New England 10Favorite-Over
XIX1985Stanford, CASF vs. MiamiSan Francisco -3.5San Francisco 38 Miami 16Favortie-Over
XVIII1984Tampa, FLLA Raiders vs. WashingtonWashington -3 (48)L.A. 38 Washington 9Favorite-Under
XVII1983Pasadena, CAWashington vs. MiamiMiami -3 (36.5)Washington 27 Miami 17Underdog-Over
XVI1982Pontiac, MISF vs. CincinnatiSan Francisco -1 (48)San Francisco 26 Cincinnati 21Favorite-Under
XV1981New Orleans, LAOakland vs. PhiladelpiaPhiladelphia -3 (37.5)Oakland 27 Philadelphia 10Underdog-Under
XIV1980Pasadena, CAPittsburgh vs. LA RamsPittsburgh -10.5 (36)Pittsburgh 31 L.A. Rams 19Favorite-Over
XIII1979Miami, FLPittsburgh vs. DallasPittsburgh -3.5 (37)Pittsburgh 35 Dallas 31Favortie-Over
XII1978New Orleans, LADallas vs. DenverDallas -6 (39)Dallas 27 Denver 10Favorite-Under
XI1977Pasadena, CAOakland vs. MinnesotaOakland -4 (38)Oakland 34 Minnesota 14Favorite-Over
X1976Miami, FLPittsburgh vs. DallasPittsburgh -7 (36)Pittsburgh 21 Dallas 17Underdog-Over
IX1975New Orleans, LAPittsburgh vs. MinnesotaPittsburgh -3 (33)Pittsburgh 16 Minnesota 6Favorite-Under
VIII1974Houston, TXMiami vs. MinnesotaMiami -6.5 (33)Miami 24 Minnesota 7Favorite-Under
VII1973Los Angeles, CAMiami vs. WashingtonMiami -1 (33)Miami 14 Washington 7Favorite-Under
VI1972New Orleans, LADallas vs. MiamiDallas -6 (34)Dallas 24 Miami 3Favorite-Under
V1971Miami, FLBaltimore vs. DallasBaltimore -2.5 (36)Baltimore 16 Dallas 13Favorite-Under
IV1970New Orleans, LAKC vs. MinnesotaMinnesota -12 (39)Kansas City 23 Minnesota 7Underdog-Under
III1969Miami, FLNY Jets vs. BaltimoreBaltimore -18 (40)N.Y. Jets 16 Baltimore 7Underdog-Under
II1968Miami, FLGreen Bay vs. OaklandGreen Bay -13.5 (43)Green Bay 33 Oakland 14Favorite-Over
I1967Los Angeles, CAGreen Bay vs. KCGreen Bay -14 (N/A)Green Bay 35 Kansas City 10Favorite

You Can Even Bet on Super Bowl Commercials

One of the biggest reasons that the Super Bowl has huge TV ratings every year, is the anticipation of funny commercials and Super Bowl Prop Bets. The price for this exposure continues to rise, as advertisers will be asked to pay close to $4 Million Dollars for a 30 second commercial. The betting options for Super Bowl commercials normally range from which ad will be the highest rated.