Patriots open as favorites to win Super Bowl; Bills, Titans are longest shots

No surprise here: The Patriots are the favorites to win Super Bowl LII.

The Westgate SuperBook in Las Vegas listed New England as a 2-1 favorite to hoist the Lombardi Trophy in February, with the Vikings coming in as the next surest bet at 4-1. Check below for the rest:

Super Bowl LII odds

Patriots 2-1

Home field throughout and some guy named Tom Brady playing quarterback has New England positioned nicely for a repeat title.

Vikings 4-1

Minnesota can become the first team to win the Super Bowl in its own building on Feb. 4 if Case Keenum can continue his stellar play.

Steelers 9-2

A matchup with New England in the AFC title game is looming for Pittsburgh, and that’s historically bad for the Steelers.

Saints 5-1

The top two seeds in the NFC can only dream of a trio like Drew Brees, Mark Ingram and Alvin Kamara.

Rams 12-1

These kids can score points.

Eagles 15-1

Nick Foles

Falcons 20-1

Am I the only one who hoped Atlanta’s odds would be 28-3?

Chiefs 20-1

Maybe Kansas City can rediscover that early-season form.

Jaguars 20-1

I bet you never though a Super Bowl betting story would contain the search terms “Jaguars” and/or “Blake Bortles” now did you?

Panthers 30-1

Carolina’s time win the postseason will likely be short-lived as it travels to New Orleans in the divisional round to face a team that’s beaten them handily twice already this season.

Titans 100-1

The AFC South having two teams in the playoffs just seems wrong.

Bills 100-1

Sunday will be a great day for Bills fans, Labatt Blue and folding table manufacturers across the country as Buffalo tastes the postseason for the first time since 1999.