Last Updated on May 8, 2020
Weekly, odds change based on a variety of circumstances. Whether it is from team success or lack thereof, injuries, or miscellaneous, the odds will move. Usually, odds move frequently.
DraftKings Sportsbook provides us with notable Super Bowl odds movement this week, as we enter Week 16 of the campaign. This table below displays the Super Bowl Odds changes from Week 1 until now, showing just how crazy this season of NFL has been.
2020 Super Bowl Odds Movement: Top Favorites
|Team||Pre-Week 1||Current||Odds Shift|
CURRENT SUPER BOWL ODDS 2020[wpdatatable id=8]
Buffalo Bills Super Surge
+8000 entering the season, +3500 this week
What a season it has been for the Bills, as they sit at 10-4, just one game behind the Patriots with two games to play. If they defeat New England this weekend, they are tied with the Patriots for the division lead in terms of record. In Week 16! The AFC East has not been this crazy in a long time.
The Bills rising from +8000 to +3500 to win the Super Bowl is directly due to the incredible defense led by Sean McDermott, and the offense built on the backs of Devin Singletary and John Brown. Even Josh Allen has improved, making the Bills a threat to the perennial AFC North contenders.
Baltimore Ravens Favored
+3300 entering the season, +225 this week
The Ravens were +3300 entering the season. Many thought they would be good, not great. Baltimore lost a lot on defense and had some growing pains to go through with Lamar Jackson…right?
Now, the Ravens are the favorite to win the Super Bowl entering Week 16 at +225, Lamar Jackson has the NFL MVP award in the bag, and the Ravens still have one of the best defenses in the NFL now that they are healthy, despite losing pieces in the offseason.
The Ravens are the story of the NFL this season, and a rise from +3300 to +225 says just that.
San Francisco 49ers Hold Steady
+4000 entering the season, +650 this week
No one expected the 49ers to be this good, this fast.
From +4000 to +650, the Niners have had a colossal growth in the Super Bowl futures market, but also as a football team.
With the great play of one of the best defenses in football and a running game designed by offensive genius Kyle Shanahan and executed by George Kittle and the 49ers offensive line, the Niners will be tough to stop. At +650, they still may be a bargain.