It doesn’t seem so long ago that the Philadelphia Eagles were marching up and down the field in Super Bowl 52, scoring in bunches during a 41-33 shootout over the New England Patriots.

And it really hasn’t been, as just six months have elapsed since the Birds claimed their first Super Bowl title in team history. But with the arrival of the NFL preseason, football fans worldwide are gearing up for the 2018 regular season.

As part of those preparations, fans who like to enjoy a little action on the side are taking their first peek at odds to win Super Bowl 53 – and online sportsbook Bovada has them covered in spades.

Per the most recent round of lines on all 32 contenders for the NFL crown, a rematch of last year’s thriller could be in the cards.

Patriots Leading Super Bowl 53 Odds

The Patriots occupy their familiar perch atop the league’s landscape, offering a (+650) price on quarterback Tom Brady to hoist the Lombardi Trophy for a record-setting sixth time. Brady nearly did the deed last February, marching the Pats back from the brink to toss a fourth-quarter touchdown that put New England up 33-32.

But with star corner Malcolm Butler inexplicably benched by head coach Bill Belichick, Brady could only watch helplessly as backup-turned-MVP Nick Foles led the Eagles on a comeback drive for the ages.

As for those Eagles, the bookmakers at Bovada have them at (+850) to repeat as Super Bowl champions. And with former starter Carson Wentz returning from his season-ending ACL injury, along with Foles back as the best backup in football, Philadelphia appears primed for another successful season.

Rams Follow on Futures for the Season

The only other team offering 10 to 1 or better are the Los Angeles Rams (+1000).

A surprise playoff contender last season, the Rams put the league on notice with an impressive 11-5 run en route to the NFC West title. Playoff jitters doomed Los Angeles last time around, but with signal caller Jared Goff emerging as an elite quarterback, and a ferocious defense led by Aaron Donald and the newly acquired Ndamukong Suh, these new-look Rams have officially joined the NFL’s top tier.

The Pittsburgh Steelers and Minnesota Vikings both used 13-3 seasons to win their respective divisions – and both won at least one postseason game – so their placement near the top at (+1200) is no surprise.

But seeing the Green Bay Packers at the same (+1200) price point may surprise some bettors. After all, the Pack floundered last year with a disappointing 7-9 season, and their roster didn’t exactly improve during the offseason – aside from the return of Aaron Rodgers, that is.

After leading the team to a 4-1 start, Rodgers went down in Week 6 and the Packers never recovered. Still, a 7-9 finish with the likes of Todd Hundley and Joe Callahan under center gives bookmakers the impression that a healthy Rodgers can spark an immediate revival.

And if you’re into schadenfreude, the Cleveland Browns retooled enough in the offseason to transform from 0-16 to (+7500) on a Super Bowl title. Those are still enormously long odds, of course, but a winless Browns squad now has a better shot to win it all than seven other teams.

The Latest Odds to Win Super Bowl 53

Team Odds to Win Super Bowl 53
New England Patriots +650
Philadelphia Eagles +850
Los Angeles Rams +1000
Pittsburgh Steelers +1200
Minnesota Vikings +1200
Green Bay Packers +1200
New Orleans Saints +1600
Atlanta Falcons +2000
Jacksonville Jaguars +2000
Los Angeles Chargers +2000
Houston Texans +2200
San Francisco 49ers +2200
Dallas Cowboys +2500
Kansas City Chiefs +3000
Oakland Raiders +3500
Carolina Panthers +3500
Denver Broncos +4000
Tennessee Titans +4000
Baltimore Ravens +4000
New York Giants +5000
Seattle Seahawks +5000
Detroit Lions +6500
Indianapolis Colts +6600
Washington Redskins +7500
Cleveland Browns +7500
Tampa Bay Buccaneers +7500
Chicago Bears +8000
Cincinnati Bengals +10000
Arizona Cardinals +12500
Buffalo Bills +15000
Miami Dolphins +15000
New York Jets +20000



Jonathan Zaun

One of Gamble Online's first dedicated reporters, Jonathan has spent well over a decade reporting on the gaming industry. While breaking legal news is his main area of expertise, Jonathan is an avid blackjack player & strategist who follows professional poker closely.

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