Odds to Win Super Bowl 53 NFL Pro Football Betting Odds Preview

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With Wildcard Weekend playoff action this weekend from the NFL it is a good time to check out the odds to win the 2019 Super Bowl.

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Favored to win Super Bowl 53 are the New Orleans Saints that return +200 odds. New Orleans concluded regular season play with the best record in the NFL at 13-3. Drew Brees threw for 3992 yards per game and led the 12th ranked passing team. Saints got production from their ground game as the team ran for 126.6 yards per game which is sixth best in the NFL.

Second in the wagering are the Kansas City Chiefs at +500 odds. KC has home field throughout the AFC playoffs with a 12-4 overall record owning the tiebreaker over the LA Chargers who also finished at 12-4. Chiefs are the top offensive team in the league averaging 425.6 yards and 35.3 points per game. First year starting quarterback Patrick Mahomes threw for 5097 yards. Chiefs have the 31st ranked defense allowing 405.5 yards per game.

LA Rams check in third in the betting at +550 odds. LA with second best record in the NFC with 13-3 mark. LA struggled down the stretch dropping two of their final four games losing to playoff teams in the Bears on the road and Eagles at home.

New England have odds of +650 odds. Patriots have the second best mark in the AFC at 11-5. Patriots have the best record against playoff teams in the field as they are 4-0 with wins to Houston, Indianapolis, Chicago and Kansas City.

Notable longshots include the Chicago Bears at +1200 odds, Baltimore Ravens at +1800 odds and the defending Super Bowl Champion Philadelphia Eagles at +3500 odds. Chicago a 12-4 regular season team. They are the best scoring defense in the NFL allowing 17.7 points per game. Baltimore is utilizing rookie quarterback Lamar Jackson who replaced Joe Flacco in the starting position. Ravens are second in scoring defense giving up 17.9 points per game and on offense number two rushing team with 152.6 yards per run. Eagles have won three straight and five of their final six games to get into the playoffs with some help. Bears beat the Vikings in Week 17 to open the door for Philadelphia. Nick Foles led the team on this winning streak taking over for an injured Carson Wentz.

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