Last Updated on September 21, 2021
Can you believe it is Week 3 already in the NFL? Each team is two games deep, and there are only six undefeated teams left. This sets the stage for an awesome NFL season and playoff run, as there could be many teams set to make a push for the ultimate prize. With the week-to-week shift in the NFL, the Super Bowl odds movement change. Whether that is from injuries or poor performance or the public wagering, one thing is for sure…the odds will shift. At ActionRush, we track this movement each week to stay ahead and find out which teams have some value in the futures market.
Below, we take a look at the updated odds for Super Bowl 56, which teams have seen positive or negative movement in Week 2, and a look at some of the top teams to watch going forward.
Latest Odds To Win Super Bowl 56
Each week on Tuesdays, Super Bowl odds are updated at legal sportsbooks in the US. With the final game of the week being played on Monday night, the last few tweaks and public bets come in on Monday evening or early on Tuesday. This allows for there to be a “clean slate” as bettors look to wager on the newest odds. Getting ahead of odds shifts is one of the keys to being a popular bettor, so tracking the odds movement is essential.
Most importantly, here is a look at the updated Super Bowl odds, with the best prices from various legal sports betting platforms in every state.[metabet_core_futures_board league=”nfl” site_id=”actionrush” hide_consensus=”yes”]
Super Bowl Odds Improving
After wins in Week 2, here are three teams that saw an upward trend in their Super Bowl odds.
- Los Angeles Rams odds rose from +1200 to +1100.
- Baltimore Ravens Super Bowl odds jumped to +1500 after being at +1800 in Week 2.
- Buffalo Bills Super Bowl odds rose to 10/1 after destroying the Miami Dolphins in Week 2.
Below are three teams that saw their odds fall after Week 2, as far as the Super Bowl odds market is concerned. After two weeks, some teams have really seen some negative movement.
- Saints odds plummet to +3500 after being handled by the Panthers.
- Minnesota Vikings odds fell to +5000 to win the Super Bowl.
- San Francisco 49ers dropped from +1300 to +1400.
Ravens Super Bowl Odds Improve After Win Over Chiefs
What a victory on Sunday Night Football for the Baltimore Ravens. After Clyde Edwards-Helaire’s fumble on the Chiefs’ final drive and Jim Harbaugh/Lamar Jackson’s decision to go for it on 4th and 1, the Ravens defeated the Super Bowl favorites in the KC Chiefs. Baltimore’s odds fell to +1800 after a Week 1 loss, but those odds rose back up to +1500 after this week. In Week 3, the Ravens should have an easy victory against the Lions in Detroit.
Packers are back on track after MNF win
A few years ago, Aaron Rodgers famously had his “R-E-L-A-X” press conference. He had a similar one this week, and it proved to be true after an 18-point victory on Monday Night Football. The Packers Super Bowl odds did not move, as they stayed at +1400 but NFL bettors holding Packers tickets must feel better. Week 3 will be a fun test in San Francisco against the 49ers, and the Packers’ SB odds will certainly move after that contest. They are currently 3.5-point underdogs.
— Green Bay Packers (@packers) September 21, 2021
Are the Raiders Super Bowl odds too high?
There are two undefeated teams left in the AFC, and one is the Las Vegas Raiders. You can bet them to win the Super Bowl at +5000, but is that too high? Are the Raiders being disrespected?
Time will tell, but the Raiders have now beat two AFC contenders in back-to-back weeks and Derek Carr leads the NFL in passing yards.
Are you looking to see who the public is betting on for this week? Check out our NFL public betting consensus.
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