Two weeks remain in the NFL regular season, and there are only a few teams left with Super Bowl hopes. Sportsbooks
continue to favor the Seahawks, as they have now taken a lead over the Broncos, but we will look at six of the top teams in the NFL future odds. Keep reading to see if we think they are a good bet at this point in the season.
only two weeks left in the regular season, we could have a very good idea of
what the playoff matchups will look like after Week 16, and the NFL Future Odds
are moving and shaking every week. After going over the AFC and NFC odds
yesterday, let’s take a look at the updated prices to win the Super Bowl. All
of the odds seen here are from Sportsbook.ag.
more win, the Seahawks will clinch the division and the top seed in the NFC,
and without a doubt should be the favorite to win the Super Bowl. I don’t think
they have been higher than +600 even before the season started, so if you
didn’t add them to your NFL picks early, I wouldn’t advise it now. They do have the easiest
road if they clinch home field, which is why they are now favored heavily over
Thursday loss to the Chargers has left the AFC West open again, as the Chiefs
are now also 11-3 SU heading into Week 16. Although the Broncos own the
tiebreaker over the Chiefs, one more loss could make them have to travel in the
first round of the playoffs. While I think they’ll win out to keep their #1
seed alive, they are far from out of the woods.
Denver there is a sharp drop-off to the Niners, but they are clearly worthy of
being right behind the Broncos and Seahawks. Right now there may still be some
value with San Francisco, but there is only a slim chance of them overtaking
Seattle for the NFC West. This is why NFL Odds still have them priced at nearly 8/1.
Patriots are in much worse shape than the 49ers over in the NFC, because not
only do they have to go through a superior team, but the Pats lost their best
offensive player outside of Tom Brady. Without Rob Gronkowski, New England is
going to be hard-pressed to beat Denver without some help over the next two
Bengals are priced pretty appropriately at 15/1. It’s unfortunate they have
sustained so many defensive injuries this season or they would look a whole lot
better where they are at. Their loss this past week to the Steelers put them in
a position to have to fight their way for the AFC North, and getting out of the
first round is about all you can expect from this team, not a Super Bowl.
is the Cincinnati of the NFC, expect their defense is better, but so is their
conference. The Panthers have a big game in Week 16, which is going to decide
whether the +1600 you’re looking at is worth betting, or worth laughing at. If
Carolina beats the Saints this week, then a bet on them right now at +1600 to
win the Super Bowl would be pretty good value. They would put themselves in a
position to get a bye, and 16/1 would then get cut in half. In short, if you
think the Panthers are going to beat the Saints this week, I would also lay a
nice chunk on them to win the NFC and the Super Bowl as well, because if they
do win in Week 16, divide their current price by two.
Saints are almost cooked. They have to go on the road into Carolina this week,
and if they lose, they are in jeopardy of becoming a wildcard team. New Orleans
is 1-6 ATS on the road this season, and a road playoff game would be almost a
death sentence from their performances this season. Winning in Carolina would silence
their critics, so much like if you like the Panthers, if you like the Saints
this week, a New Orleans future odds bet might add value.
of value, the Chiefs probably have more of it than any other team. Although
they will be playing on the road, they have the perfect formula to win on the
road, and they also could still sneak into a bye if the Broncos slip up. 20/1
is pretty generous from the sportsbooks, and if you ask me, I might say go for
Of all the teams here, I would recommend Denver at NFL odds
of +260, along with
hedges of Carolina and Kansas City at +1600 and +200 respectfully.