Last Updated on May 8, 2020
For many football fans, the focus has come on futures and betting on other teams as we near the NFL playoffs. Whether your team is struggling or already eliminated, it has become futures betting season for the NFL playoffs, and there is value to be had.
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 from last week to this week, as we enter NFL’s Week 14.
Here is a look at some notable odds movement from DraftKings Sportsbook:
|Super Bowl Title Odds Changes|
|New Orleans Saints||+600||+500||-100|
|New England Patriots||+270||+400||130|
|Odds from DraftKings Sportsbook|
Notable Super Bowl Odds Movement
+6600 last week, +4000 this week
It’s about time the Bills’ odds moved!
The rest of the top of the league (in terms of record) all have odds of +800 or better, and the Packers have the same record as Buffalo but with +1600 odds to win the Super Bowl.
The betting public still does not trust the Bills, and it is likely due to the quarterbacking of Josh Allen. The Ravens, Patriots, Saints, Seahawks, Chiefs, and Packers all have one thing in common. Elite quarterback play.
The 49ers have not gotten a full season of terrific play from Jimmy Garoppolo but he has been terrific of late. Josh Allen is not seen on this level, per bettors and DraftKings Sportsbook.
In Week 14, the Bills will get the Ravens so we will finally find out if the Bills are for real. Bet Buffalo now if you like them to win the Super Bowl, because if they beat the Ravens these odds will no longer be close to +4000.
+3300 last week, +2500 this week
The Texans’ odds increased from +3300 to +2500 in a week as they get closer and closer to sealing the AFC South. Houston is one game ahead of the red-hot Titans, and the two teams will face each other in Week 15 and 17.
Those two games will decide the division, and that will go a long way towards the Texans’ Super Bowl odds given the difference in the playoff structure.
MVP candidate Deshaun Watson leads the Texans offense, but do not sleep on their running game which has been very good with Carlos Hyde and Duke Johnson. These next three weeks will decide the Texans’ fate, but +2500 with Deshaun Watson sounds very attractive.
+600 last week, +250 this week
The Ravens take over the number one spot in the DraftKings Sportsbook Super Bowl Odds, as they are now the favorite at +250 ahead of the Patriots, who sit at +400.
The Ravens have won eight straight football games and show no signs of slowing down. Their toughest remaining opponent is the Bills in Week 14, and they are expected to roll through the Jets, Browns, then face a divisional opponent in the Steelers in Week 17.
Expect the Ravens’ odds to hover around +250 barring any unforeseen circumstances.
Check back later this week to see which NFL teams the Cowherd Blazing 5 Picks will recommend for week 14 action.
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