Odds to Win Super Bowl 54 NFL Pro Football Betting Odds Preview

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With training camps a few weeks away, it is a good time to check out the Super Bowl 54 odds for notable NFL teams this season.

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The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the defending Super Bowl Champion New England Patriots +600 odds favorite to repeat. New England had their issues on the road in the regular season last year going 3-5. Their offense showed no slow down as the team averaged 28 points and 406 yards per game last year. Team loses key passing target Rob Gronkowski to retirement.

Second in the betting are the Kansas City Chiefs, New Orleans Saints and LA Rams each returning +1000 odds. LA Rams must overcome their Super Bowl loss scoring only 3 points to New England. Todd Gurley has arthritis in his knees and may have to see his carries lowered. Draft pick Darrell Henderson a running back out of Memphis put up strong numbers in college. KC did not look like the same team after they released running back Kareem Hunt. They dropped three of their final five games including a six point loss at home to New England in the AFC Championship. New Orleans past two playoff exits have been brutal. They do add good pieces in free agency in tight end Jared Cook and running back Latavius Murray.

Followed at +1200 odds are the Indianapolis Colts and Cleveland Browns. Indianapolis finished at 10-6 last year and won a playoff game prior to their elimination at Kansas City. Andrew Luck was healthy, and the team scored ten points per game greater than in 2017. They look to improve on defense drafting seven defensive players with their first eight in the draft. Cleveland is getting a lot of buzz behind second year quarterback Baker Mayfield. They traded for former New York Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. and helped their linebacking and secondary in the draft. Browns allowed 393 yards per game last season.

Notable longshots include the Dallas Cowboys +2200 odds, Houston Texans +3000 odds and Seattle Seahawks at +3300 odds. Dallas won the NFC East last season, but head coach Jason Garrett did not get a contract extension and will coach the final year of his contract. Cowboys defense struggled stopping the Rams run game in their playoff loss. Their offense put up only 21 points per game last season. Jason Witten does return to the team after a one year retirement. Houston responded well after an 0-3 start to the season putting up a nine game win streak winning the AFC South. They are a strong defense holding opponents to 20 points per game last season. To help reduce hits on quarterback Deshaun Watson the Texans selected two offensive linemen with their first three picks in the draft. In a rebuilding year head coach Pete Carroll did lead the Seahawks to the playoffs with a 10-6 mark losing by two points at Dallas in an NFC Wildcard. Team found their run game with 4.7 yards per run average. They do lose a weapon in the passing game to free agency as Doug Baldwin retired.

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