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With the 2018 NFL regular season at its unofficial midway point prior to this coming weekend’s slate of Week 9 matchups, now is a perfect time to look at the latest NFL Super Bowl 53 futures odds and the teams that have the best chances of winning it all this season!

Whether you think it will be one of the top favorites like the Los Angeles Rams, Kansas City Chiefs or New Orleans Saints or maybe a title contender with longer odds like Carolina or Houston, you’re going to get some expert insight that could help carry you all the way to a bankroll-boosting futures odds wager that leaves you jumping for joy!

Okay, with all of that said and the weekend quickly approaching, let’s get started.

Odds to Win 2018-19 Super Bowl 53

Los Angeles Rams 7/2
Kansas City Chiefs 6/1
New England Patriots 6/1
New Orleans Saints 9/1
Minnesota Vikings 10/1
Los Angeles Chargers 14/1
Pittsburgh Steelers 20/1
Baltimore Ravens 25/1
Philadelphia Eagles 25/1
Atlanta Falcons 33/1
Carolina Panthers 33/1
Chicago Bears 33/1
Green Bay Packers 33/1
Houston Texans 33/1
Jacksonville Jaguars 33/1
Washington Redskins 33/1
Cincinnati Bengals 50/1
Dallas Cowboys 50/1
Detroit Lions 50/1
Seattle Seahawks 66/1
Denver Broncos 80/1
Indianapolis Colts 100/1
Miami Dolphins 100/1
Tennessee Titans 100/1
Cleveland Browns 150/1
New York Jets 150/1
Tampa Bay Buccaneers 150/1
New York Giants 200/1
Buffalo Bills 500/1
Oakland Raiders 500/1
Arizona Cardinals 1000/1
San Francisco 49ers 1000/1

Los Angeles Rams 7/2

Hmmm…I wonder why the Rams (8-1) are prohibitive favorites heading into the second half of the season. Maybe it’s because they rank third in scoring (33.0 ppg) or maybe it’s because they rank sixth in points allowed (19.4 ppg). Maybe it’s because they’re elite on both sides of the ball. All I know is that Todd Gurley and company are going to be really difficult to dispatch this coming postseason.

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Kansas City Chiefs 6/1

Okay, by now everyone knows that the Chiefs (8-1) have an unadulterated star in second-year signal-caller Patrick Mahomes. Thanks to his elevation to the starter’s position this season, Kansas City leads the league in scoring (36.2 ppg) and has an offense that features so many weapons that putting 30 on the board is pretty much a walk in the park. While Kansas City is ranked an uninspiring 21st in points allowed (25.6 ppg), I don’t think it matters much just because they can simply outscore almost every opponent they face.

New England Patriots 6/1

The Patriots (7-2) are a bit different this season than in years past. Oh, sure, Tom Brady and the Patriots offense is still operating efficiently in putting up 29.9 points per game (fourth), but New England’s defense has been lackluster at best in allowing 23.1 points per contest. Still, at 6/1 odds, Tom Brady and company are offering plenty of value.

New Orleans Saints 9/1

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Drew Brees and the Saints (7-1) are looking like a damned good Super Bowl pick at a value-packed 9/1 odds heading into their immense Week 9 home date against the Rams. New Orleans is averaging a stellar 33.4 points per game to rank second only to Kansas City and the defense has been looking really good over their last four games. I love the Saints as a 9/1 pick to win it all and you should too!

Minnesota Vikings 10/1

The Vikings (5-3-1) don’t look nearly as good as they did a year ago when they went 13-3 and reached the NFC Championship game. After ranking first almost across the board defensively a year ago, Minnesota is ranked a modest 15th in points allowed (24.4 ppg) while also ranking an equally modest 16th in scoring (24.6 ppg). I guess things could change over the course of the second half of the season, but right now, I just don’t see Minny getting past New Orleans or L.A. in the NFC.

Los Angeles Chargers 14/1

The Chargers (6-2) are looking good heading into their big Week 9 road date against Seattle, but I have to admit that, for some reason, I just don’t trust the Bolts to get past their more elite counterparts in the AFC. Yes, L.A. ha a veteran gunslinger in quarterback Philip Rivers and yet they have a ton of talent on defense, but I just don’t see the Bolts getting past the Patriots or Chiefs in the playoffs no matter how hard I try to envision it.

Pittsburgh Steelers 20/1

Pittsburgh (5-2-1) is a perennial title contender in the AFC and for good reason. The Steelers are stacked with talent on both sides of the ball and they’ve got to be hungry after coming up short of their Super Bowl hopes for several seasons now. At 20/1, Pittsburgh has ‘must-bet’ written all over them. However, if they have to face New England in the postseason, mmm…yeah, their postseason party will come to a crashing halt.

Baltimore Ravens 25/1

Yea…Baltimore (4-5) added a bunch of veteran wide receivers to help enigmatic veteran quarterback Joe Flacco reach his full potential (he already has), but the AFC North playoff hopefuls forgot about one thing. Flacco is completely and utterly mediocre. Save your money when it comes to Baltimore’s Super Bowl futures odds NFL betting buffs!

Philadelphia Eagles 25/1

Look, there’s not a whole lot of sense in over-analyzing the reigning Super Bowl champion Philadelphia Eagles (4-4). While they certainly haven’t been awful this season, it’s clear to me that they’re suffering from the proverbial Super Bowl hangover. Like the Ravens, it’s not going to happen for Philly this season – and I’m from the City of Brotherly Shove!

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Atlanta Falcons 33/1

The Falcons (4-4) have seen their postseason and Super Bowl hopes derailed by a bunch of injuries to key players on the defensive side of the ball. It’s that simple.

Carolina Panthers 33/1

Cam …oh Cam! Newton and the Panthers (6-2) may not be getting the same amount of attention for being a legitimate Super Bowl contender as some others, but I think they should be – even if they’ve made an art out of winning ugly. Carolina ranks12th in scoring (25.4 ppg) and 11th in points allowed (21.7 ppg). Ugly or not, this team just find a way to reach the double-digit win mark and at 33/1 odds, I think they’re a must-bet middle-of-the-pack contender that could upset anyone in a one game setting.

Chicago Bears 33/1

The Bears (5-3) are having a really good season in head coach Matt Nagy’s first season in the Windy City, but hey, let’s not get too far ahead of ourselves. While Chicago ranks a fantastic ninth in scoring (27.7 ppg) and eighth in points allowed (20.6 ppg), the Bears are clearly not ready yet to surpass the Rams and Saints in the NFC not to mention several other conference contenders like Philadelphia. Wait another season at the very least before considering Chicago as a legitimate Super Bowl challenger.

Green Bay Packers 33/1

While I absolutely love Aaron Rodgers, I’m going to advise you right now to save your cold hard cash when it some to backing the Green Bay Packers (3-4-1) as a potential Super Bowl longshot winner. Green Bay is mediocre at best this season in ranking 13th in scoring (25.0 ppg) and an even more pedestrian 17th in points allowed (24.7 ppg). I’m sorry, I know Aaron Rodgers can practically carry a team all by himself, just not this year’s mediocre team, which, in hindsight, is one of the reasons he was complaining in the offseason about his team’s lack of talent – before signing a big extension that quieted him down that is.

Houston Texans 33/1

The Texans (6-3) were one of the preseason favorites to win the AFC, but they struggled mightily in dropping their first three games of the season. Now, Houston is back to looking like a legitimate Super Bowl contender and their odds are phenomenal because of their slow start, making them a must-best Super Bowl pick. Houston ranks ninth in points allowed (20.9 ppg) and their modest 15th-ranked offense (24.6 ppg) is looking better and better with each passing game that star quarterback Deshaun Watson plays in following last year’s season-ending ACL tear.

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