Last Updated on October 13, 2020

Super Bowl Odds 2021

With Week 5 in the books after Tuesday Night Football makes its first appearance in a decade, every team in the NFL has played at least four games. This means we are over 25% of the way through the season and some franchises are starting to separate from the back. The Super Bowl odds continue to change, and will do so each and every week. Entering Week 6, there are a few storylines to keep an eye out for including the Dallas Cowboys losing Dak Prescott for the season, the Steelers continuing to win, and who will come out of the NFC East? Let’s take a look at the updated Super Bowl odds, whose stock is up, whose is down, and more.


Updated 2021 Super Bowl Odds

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Entering Week 6 of the NFL, the favorites to win the Super Bowl have gotten closer. The Chiefs and Ravens are at the top, but are as close as 100 points on FanDuel Sportsbook who has KC at +450 and BAL at +550. The Chiefs continue to have the best odds on PointsBet at +400, which means you would want to bet on them at other books. Be sure to take the best price to maximize your return on your bets. Two teams to watch out for are the Seahawks and the Packers, who continue to win and see their odds rise as the class of the NFC.


Pittsburgh Steelers Super Bowl Odds Jump

The Pittsburgh Steelers are 4-0 after an impressive four-touchdown performance from rookie Chase Claypool. The Eagles defense was dismantled all day by the Steelers offense, and Pittsburgh continued to stake its claim as a force to be reckoned with in the AFC. The Steelers’ odds have now risen to +1400 to win the Super Bowl, but is it too high? So far, Pittsburgh has been impressive yes…but their schedule has not been. Pittsburgh has defeated the Giants, Broncos, Texans, and now the Philadelphia Eagles. In Week 6, the Steelers take on the Browns who have also been impressive so far in 2020. In Week 7 and 8, Pittsburgh faces the Titans and Ravens, so we will know if the Steelers are for real or for show soon enough.

Team Current Super Bowl Odds Week 5 to Current Movement
Pittsburgh Steelers +1400 +400



Los Angeles Rams Super Bowl Odds Increase in Week 6

The Rams saw significant movement to their Super Bowl odds, going from +2200 to +1800 after a Week 5 victory over the Washington Football Team. Los Angeles is 4-1 with their only loss being to the Buffalo Bills, a 35-32 shootout. The Rams, like Pittsburgh, have beaten some poor teams as they defeated the Cowboys, Eagles, Giants, and Washington. Yes, 4-1 is great, but are they for real? Week 6 and Week 7 will be better tests, as they face the 49ers and Bears.

Team Current Super Bowl Odds Week 5 to Current Movement
Los Angeles Rams +1800 +400



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Latest Super Bowl Odds Movement

The Super Bowl futures betting market is a crazy one, as the odds move significantly each week. After Week 5, the Cowboys’ Super Bowl odds was the most predictable after Dak Prescott’s injury, but many other teams saw odds movement as well in both directions. For example, the Las Vegas Raiders’ odds went from +8000 to +4000, while the Minnesota Vikings odds went from +6600 to +8000. Let’s take a deeper look at which teams’ stock is up, and who has fallen.


Super Bowl Odds Move – Stock Up

Team Current Super Bowl Odds Week 5 to Current Movement
Houston Texans +10000 +5000
Miami Dolphins +15000 +5000
Las Vegas Raiders +4000 +4000
Carolina Panthers +6600 +3400
Chicago Bears +4000 +1000
Cleveland Browns +2800 +700
Pittsburgh Steelers +1400 +400
Los Angeles Rams +1800 +400
New England Patriots +2500 +300
New Orleans Saints +1200 +200
Tennessee Titans +2800 +200
Baltimore Ravens +550 +50

A dozen teams saw their Super Bowl odds rise after Week 5, but the teams with the most movement are the Texans and Dolphins, each increasing by +5000. Neither of these teams are contenders though, so the movement is not as “relevant”. The Las Vegas Raiders saw significant movement from +8000 to +4000, cutting their odds in half. The Panthers also saw a huge rise, going to +6600 after another win from Teddy Bridgewater and coach Matt Rhule. As for the teams that have better odds, the Browns rose +700, and the Steelers and Rams increased to +1400 and +1800 respectively. Week 6 will be a big one for odds movement, so stay tuned.


Super Bowl Odds Move – Stock Down

Team Current Super Bowl Odds Week 5 to Current Movement
New York Jets +75000 -25,000
Atlanta Falcons +25000 -10,000
Jacksonville Jaguars +35000 -10,000
New York Giants +50000 -10,000
Cincinnati Bengals +25000 -5,000
Los Angeles Chargers +12500 -2,500
Denver Broncos +17500 -2,500
San Francisco 49ers +4000 -1,500
Minnesota Vikings +8000 -1,400
Dallas Cowboys +4000 -1,000
Philadelphia Eagles +6000 -1,000
Indianapolis Colts +2500 -300
Tampa Bay Buccaneers +1600 -200
Kansas City Chiefs +400 -50

There are 14 teams that saw their Super Bowl odds fall after Week 5, with the New York falling the furthest. Not that the Jets had a chance before, but their odds are now +75000 to win the Super Bowl. The Falcons, Jaguars, Giants, and Bengals also fell far as well but they were not considered candidates by any means. The teams that saw significant movement and are considered playoff contenders are the 49ers, Vikings, Cowboys, and Eagles. The 49ers saw horrible QB play from Jimmy Garoppolo, the Cowboys lost Dak Prescott to a gruesome leg injury, and the Vikings and Eagles lost yet again putting their records near the bottom of the barrel. With how bad the NFC East is and Prescott out, the Eagles being +6000ย stillย is very interesting.


For a full look at updated Super Bowl odds, check our Super Bowl odds page.


Action Rush Staff