Super Bowl 52 Odds & Picks

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Super Bowl 52 Odds & Picks

After winning Super Bowl 51 despite not having future Hall of Fame quarterback Tom Brady on the field for the first four games of the season, the New England Patriots are prohibitive favorites to win consecutive Super Bowls.

Will the Pats go back-to-back this season? Will some other upstart title contender or even a longshot, beat the Pats in their bid to win consecutive Super Bowl titles?

Thanks to the expert betting analysis on a quartet of Super Bowl 52 hopefuls, you’re going to have a great idea of just what to expect once the 2017 NFL regular season gets underway in September. Now, let’s get started.

Super Bowl 52 Odds & Expert Picks

Super Bowl LII Odds as of April 20.
New England Patriots 6-1 3-1
Dallas Cowboys 10-1 8-1
Green Bay Packers 12-1 10-1
Pittsburgh Steelers 10-1 12-1
Oakland Raiders 20-1 12-1
Seattle Seahawks 12-1 12-1
Atlanta Falcons 16-1 14-1
Denver Broncos 20-1 20-1
New York Giants 25-1 20-1
Kansas City Chiefs 20-1 25-1
Minnesota Vikings 25-1 25-1
Arizona Cardinals 25-1 25-1
Tampa Bay Buccaneers 40-1 25-1
Baltimore Ravens 25-1 30-1
Indianapolis Colts 25-1 30-1
Carolina Panthers 20-1 30-1
Miami Dolphins 40-1 30-1
Houston Texans 60-1 30-1
Philadelphia Eagles 60-1 30-1
Detroit Lions 60-1 40-1
Tennessee Titans 40-1 50-1
Cincinnati Bengals 50-1 50-1
Washington Redskins 50-1 50-1
Los Angeles Chargers 80-1 80-1
Jacksonville Jaguars 80-1 80-1
New Orleans Saints 80-1 100-1
Buffalo Bills 80-1 100-1
Chicago Bears 100-1 100-1
Los Angeles Rams 100-1 100-1
New York Jets 100-1 200-1
San Francisco 49ers 300-1 300-1
Cleveland Browns 300-1 300-1

The Odds-On Favorite Bet To Win Super Bowl 52: New England Patriots 3/1

It’s no wonder the Patriots (14-2) are prohibitive favorites to win Super Bowl 52 seeing as how they won Super Bowl 51 despite the fact that Tom Brady missed the first four-game a part of his Deflategate suspension. That Pats ranked a stellar third in scoring (27.6 ppg) and even more impressive first in points allowed (15.6 ppg) despite not having any really big name players besides Brady. Whether you’re a member of Patriots nation or hate them like they’re a lifelong enemy, it’ easy to see why New England is favored to win it all this coming season.

The Smart Pick To Win Super Bowl 52: Seattle Seahawks 12/1

For me, the Seattle Seahawks (10-5-1) are a smart pick to win Super Bowl 52 simply based on the fact that they’ve been a perennial playoff participant and title contender ever since Russell Wilson became their starting quarterback back in 2012. Sure, Seattle’s Legion of Boom defense has lost some of its oomph and their offense often leave a lot to be desired, but lest anyone forget, Seattle finished the 2016 season ranked 12th in total offense while their defense ranked a fantastic fifth overall and third in points allowed (18.2 ppg). If the Seahawks can improve their offense just a bit in 2017, I see no reason why they shouldn’t challenge for a berth – and victory – I upper Bowl 52.

The Value Pick To Win Super Bowl 52: Denver Broncos 20/1

I know the Denver Broncos (9-7) took a step backwards last season after winning Super Bowl 50, but I love the value they’re offering heading into 2017, seeing as how they hired a hotshot head coach in former Dolphins defensive coordinator Vance Joseph and still have an elite defense that ranked fourth overall and fourth in points allowed (18.6 ppg). If the Broncos get some decent play at quarterback out of Trevor Siemian or Paxton Lynch, they could surprise this coming season. 

The Dark Horse Pick To Win Super Bowl 52: Carolina Panthers 30/1

The Panthers (6-10) fell hard last season after reaching upper Bowl 50, but I believe they could challenge for another appearance in Super Bowl 52 if they get back to playing defense like they have for the vast majority of head coach Ron Rivera’s tenure in Carolina and get some better protection for Cam Newton and a rushing attack that fell off in a big way a year ago. Sure, the Panthers would appear to have a long way to go to get back t being a legitimate Super Bowl title contender, but prior to last season, no one, and I do mean absolutely no one, had the Atlanta Falcons winning the NFC last season and stranger things have happened in today’s worst-to-first NFL.