The Kansas City Chiefs are the only remaining undefeated team in the NFL. Despite that fact, Las Vegas still doesn’t have Kansas City as the Super Bowl favorite in the Week 6 odds. In fact, the Chiefs aren’t even second. Bill Belichick, Tom Brady and the New England Patriots are still holding on as the betting favorite for Super Bowl 52. Aaron Rodgers and the surging Green Bay Packers take the second spot.
Take a look at the Super Bowl 52 odds after Week 5. The odds show what you win on a $100 bet.
Super Bowl odds heading into Week 6
|Team||This week||Last week|
|New England Patriots||+380||+350|
|Green Bay Packers||+550||+600|
|Kansas City Chiefs||+580||+750|
|Tampa Bay Buccaneers||+3300||+2500|
|Los Angeles Rams||+4000||+3300|
|Los Angeles Chargers||+8000||+14000|
|New York Giants||+14000||+8000|
|New York Jets||+14000||+10000|
|San Francisco 49ers||+35000||+35000|
|* Arizona Cardinals||*OFF||+4000|
|* New Orleans Saints||*OFF||+4000|
|* Cardinals, Saints taken off board following Adrian Peterson trade.|
Odds courtesy of MyBookie.ag.
Super Bowl odds analysis
The Patriots went from +350 to +380 after a less-than-stellar win over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Thursday night in Week 5. New England travels to New York on Sunday to face a surprising Jets squad.
Rodgers broke the Dallas Cowboys’ hearts again on Sunday, pioneering a game-winning 75-yard touchdown drive win the rematch of a divisional-round playoff game from last season — also won by the Packers. Green Bay is on a three-game winning streak with Minnesota up next, and sitting at +550 to win the Super Bowl.
Las Vegas still isn’t giving the Kansas City Chiefs the love that they deserve. Despite their unblemished record, the Chiefs are well behind the Pats and just behind the Pack, at +580.
The defending NFC champion Atlanta Falcons stayed pat this week at +800, which is common after a bye. Dan Quinn and the Falcons host Miami Dolphins this week in downtown Atlanta.
Pete Carroll and the Seattle Seahawks traveled to Los Angeles last week and proved that they are still the team to beat in the NFC West. Oddsmakers believe that the Seahawks are the third-best team in the NFC.