Super Bowl 53 Odds: Vegas Favorites Going Into Week 1

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The 2018 NFL season is officially here. Final rosters have been set, teams have released their official Week 1 depth charts, and last but not least, the Super Bowl 53 odds have been updated.

Not a whole lot has changed in terms of the oddsmakers’ favorite teams, but the betting lines have moved. With that being said, here is a look at who the bookmakers like to win Super Bowl 53 next February.

Odds courtesy of BetDSI as of September 3, 2018.

Minnesota Vikings (+1100)

The Vikings went all-in when they signed quarterback Kirk Cousins this offseason. And if the move pans out, this team will have everything in place to win the first Super Bowl title in franchise history. Minnesota should have an elite defense; promising running back Dalvin Cook is on track to play in Week 1; and they have arguably the premier wide receiver duo (Stefan Diggs and Adam Thielen) in the league.

Los Angeles Rams (+1000)

On paper, the Rams appear to have assembled a defense that could be among the greatest in NFL history. And with an offense that features All-Pro running back Todd Gurley and fast-rising quarterback Jared Goff, Los Angeles may be the team to beat in the NFC. If things come together for the Rams, it’s hard to see them not making a deep postseason run.

Pittsburgh Steelers (+900)

Bottom line: The Steelers are proven winners, and they have an offense that will keep them close in every game they play. If their defense can gel and come into their own, this team has a legitimate chance to take home the Lombardi Trophy next February.

Philadelphia Eagles (+900)

In our eyes, the Eagles have the most complete roster in the NFL. If they stay healthy and Carson Wentz can regain his MVP-caliber form, the Birds will be incredibly difficult to beat.

New England Patriots (+550)

Until someone else proves otherwise, the Patriots are the cream of the crop in the AFC. They may not have the best roster in the league, but they do have Tom Brady and Bill Belichick running the show. And on top of that, they also play in the weakest division in the league, making their path to home field advantage in the AFC Playoffs much easier.

The rest:

  • Green Bay Packers (+1200)
  • New Orleans Saints (+1600)
  • Los Angeles Chargers (+2000)
  • Jacksonville Jaguars (+2000)
  • San Francisco 49ers (+2000)
  • Atlanta Falcons (+2000)
  • Houston Texans (+2200)
  • Dallas Cowboys (+2200)
  • Kansas City Chiefs (+2900)
  • Carolina Panthers (+3000)
  • Oakland Raiders (+3400)
  • Seattle Seahawks (+3400)
  • New York Giants (+4000)
  • Baltimore Ravens (+4000)
  • Tennessee Titans (+4000)
  • Denver Broncos (+4000)
  • Detroit Lions (+5000)
  • Washington Redskins (+6000)
  • Tampa Bay Buccaneers (+6600
  • Indianapolis Colts (+7000)
  • Cincinnati Bengals (+9000)
  • Chicago Bears (+9000)
  • Arizona Cardinals (+10000)
  • Cleveland Browns (+10000)
  • Buffalo Bills (+12000)
  • Miami Dolphins (+12500)
  • New York Jets (+15000)

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