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
Home field throughout and some guy named Tom Brady playing quarterback has New England positioned nicely for a repeat title.
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.
A matchup with New England in the AFC title game is looming for Pittsburgh, and that’s historically bad for the Steelers.
The top two seeds in the NFC can only dream of a trio like Drew Brees, Mark Ingram and Alvin Kamara.
These kids can score points.
Am I the only one who hoped Atlanta’s odds would be 28-3?
Maybe Kansas City can rediscover that early-season form.
I bet you never though a Super Bowl betting story would contain the search terms “Jaguars” and/or “Blake Bortles” now did you?
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.
The AFC South having two teams in the playoffs just seems wrong.
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.