Super Bowl LII Matchups Odds Update

Kevin Stott

Friday, December 8, 2017 1:47 PM UTC

Friday, Dec. 8, 2017 1:47 PM UTC

With just four weeks left in the NFL Regular Season, let’s look at all of the odds from 167/1 and down offer up a long shot and a more conventional pick in the Super Bowl 52 props matchups market from 5Dimes. 

The Super Bowl LII matchups marketplace is still a hot-and-heavy one, with so many different possibilities still out there with so many quality teams in the NFC having great seasons -- the Philadelphia Eagles (10-2), Minnesota Vikings (10-2), Los Angeles Rams (9-3), New Orleans Saints (9-3) and Seattle Seahawks (8-4) -- and, in the AFC, Ben Roethlisberger, Antonio Brown, Le’Veon Bell and the Pittsburgh Steelers (10-2) looking like they can challenge the defending NFL champion Patriots (+350 to win Super Bowl, Bovada) in a freaky-weak conference which only sees five of its 16 teams above the .500 mark (Patriots, Steelers, Titans and Jaguars at 8-4 and Ravens at 7-5) as this late point in time as one of the weirdest of all weird years comes to a close.

New England still has the best Head Coach (Bill Belichick), the best Quarterback (Tom Brady) as well as the most workmanlike and team-oriented Roster in the NFL right now, and the Patriots (+185 to win AFC, Pinnacle) have already been to 7 Super Bowls this millennium and have also been the best team on which to bet since 2003, going a profitable 155-105-7 ATS (59.6%) its L267 games winning with the same boss and gunslinger. Mr. Brady and the Patriots (10-2 SU, W8) are at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens in Week 14 for Monday Night Football (ESPN, 8:30 pm ET) in an anticlimactic AFC East game (TE Rob Gronkowski Suspended) which presently sees Brandin Cooks and New England as 11- to 12-point Road chalks (47½, Bovada).

Let’s take a look at fresh odds for potential Super Bowl LII matchups from 5Dimes all the way up to the 167/1 (+16,700) -- if you are truly seeking a Jets-Buccaneers number (7800/1 Super Bowl 52 Matchups, 5Dimes) or a Colts-Cardinals (2500/1 Super Bowl 52 matchups, 5Dimes) or some of the other monster (and virtually impossible) matchups, check out their website -- and then offer a pair of matchup picks for Super Bowl LII, which is scheduled to be held on Sunday, February 4, 2018 at the still new-smelling Bank One Stadium in nippy Minneapolis (NBC).

New England Patriots vs. Philadelphia Eagles +1050

New England Patriots vs. Minnesota Vikings +1250

New England Patriots vs. Seattle Seahawks +1820

New England Patriots vs. New Orleans Saints +2150

Kansas City Chiefs vs. Philadelphia Eagles +2200

New England Patriots vs. Atlanta Falcons +2440

Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Philadelphia Eagles +2475

New England Patriots vs. Los Angeles Rams +2500

Kansas City Chiefs vs. Seattle Seahawks +2700

Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Minnesota Vikings +2750

Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Seattle Seahawks +3025

New England Patriots vs. Carolina Panthers +3325

Kansas City Chiefs vs. Atlanta Falcons +3575

New England Patriots vs. Green Bay Packers +3675

Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Atlanta Falcons +4075

New England Patriots vs. Dallas Cowboys +4125

Kansas City Chiefs vs. Carolina Panthers +4875

Kansas City Chiefs vs. Minnesota Vikings +4875

Pittsburgh Steelers vs. New Orleans Saints +5000

Kansas City Chiefs vs. Carolina Panthers +5300

Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Carolina Panthers +5450

Kansas City Chiefs vs. New Orleans Saints +5950

Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Green Bay Packers +5950

Kansas City Chiefs vs. Dallas Cowboys +6050

Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Los Angeles Rams +6250

New England Patriots vs. Washington Redskins +6800

Denver Broncos vs. Philadelphia Eagles +6800

Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Dallas Cowboys +6250

New England Patriots vs. Detroit Lions +6800

Kansas City Chiefs vs. Los Angeles Rams +7800

Denver Broncos vs. Seattle Seahawks +8300

Houston Texans vs. Philadelphia Eagles +8300

Jacksonville Jaguars vs. Minnesota Vikings +8500

Los Angeles Chargers vs. Philadelphia Eagles +10000

Kansas City Chiefs vs. Detroit Lions +10100

Houston Texans vs. Seattle Seahawks +10100

Kansas City Chiefs vs. Washington Redskins +10100

Jacksonville Jaguars vs. Philadelphia Eagles +11000

Denver Broncos vs. Atlanta Falcons +11000

Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Washington Redskins +11300

New England Patriots vs. Arizona Cardinals +12600

New England Patriots vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers +12600

Tennessee Titans vs. Seattle Seahawks +12600

Houston Texans vs. Atlanta Falcons +13400

Denver Broncos vs. Minnesota Vikings +14800

Denver Broncos vs. Carolina Panthers +14800

Denver Broncos vs. Green Bay Packers +16100

Tennessee Titans vs. Atlanta Falcons +16700

Who emerges from the NFC is the tricky Rubik’s Gridiron Cube here, with veterans Russell Wilson, Richard Sherman and Seattle (+867 to win NFC, Pinnacle) serving notice to Carson Wentz and the still learning-to-fly Eagles (+285 to win NFC, Pinnacle) that it definitely won’t come easy in a bloody and muddy group that also includes Jared Goff, Todd Gurley and the upstart Rams (10/1 to win NFC, Bovada) who have to be winning fans over in their new Los Angeles digs and Case Keenum, Stefon Diggs, Everson Griffen and the Vikings (7/1 to win NFC, Bovada), my choice to win the NFC and a team who have reeled off 8 straight Wins heading into their Week 14 showdown against Cam Newton and the Panthers in Charlotte (CBS, 1 pm ET/10 am PT; MIN -2½ -119, BookMaker). And then there’s living legend Drew Brees, Mark Ingram, Michael Thomas and the New Orleans Saints (10/1 to win NFC, Bovada) lurking and playing their best football in years since they were in the Super Bowl.

The NFC Playoffs should be golden, with whomever it is that doesn’t have to play in the Wild Card Playoffs Round (the No. 1 and No. 2 seeds) probably benefiting much from sitting at Home and watching two very good teams bang helmets for 60 minutes while the rest and game plan. The AFC Playoffs looks like a collision course between the Patriots and Steelers with the Ravens, Titans and Jaguars all still probably not seasoned enough, although if there is one team who could really surprise this NFL Postseason, it has to be Blake Bortles, Rookie RB Leonard Fournette and upstart Jacksonville (30/1 to win Super Bowl 52, YouWager) who have been consistently playing the best Defense in the NFL (14.8 ppg, #1). Don't sleep on Jacksonville.

Free Super Bowl LII Pick: Patriots-Vikings +1250Free Super Bowl LII Long-Shot Pick: Jaguars-Seahawks 220/1Best Lines Offered: 5Dimes
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