NFL Super Bowl Odds after Week 16

by WagerHome Blog on December 27, 2023

A few weeks ago it was the NFC that appeared to be top heavy. The Cowboys, 49ers, and Eagles were only losing amongst themselves. Against everyone else, they were dominating. 

Meanwhile the AFC was struggling to find a dominant team, with the Ravens once again dealing with an epidemic of injuries, and the Dolphins having yet to record a win against a winning team.

This past weekend that was turned on its head when Miami knocked off Dallas at home on Christmas Eve, and Baltimore went into Levi’s Stadium and manhandled the 49ers on Christmas Day.

But did it change the favorites?

Odds to Win Super Bowl LVIII

  • San Francisco 49ers (+240)
  • Baltimore Ravens (+400)
  • Miami Dolphins (+750)
  • Philadelphia Eagles (+800)
  • Kansas City Chiefs (+850)
  • Dallas Cowboys (+1000)
  • Buffalo Bills (+1100)
  • Detroit Lions (+1800)

Despite five interceptions on Monday night for the offense, and the defense giving up a season-high 33 points, the 49ers are still the favorite to win the Super Bowl in February. They have not yet clinched the top seed in the NFC, but if they win out against the Commanders and Rams, the top spot will be theirs.

The Ravens made a statement, and they are now the favorites to win the AFC, and they did close the odds gap between them and the 49ers. But the Dolphins are right there behind them, and the two teams play this week on New Year’s Eve in Baltimore.

A win by the Ravens at home on Sunday will clinch the top seed in the AFC. A win by Miami, however, will take that race to Week 18. Miami also needs a win to prevent their Week 18 game against Buffalo from deciding the winner of the AFC East.

The Eagles ended their three-game losing streak on Christmas, and they are still very much in the Super Bowl mix. The Chiefs offense continues to struggle mightily, but that defense and Patrick Mahomes still makes them a Super Bowl possibility. The Cowboys are next, but their odds have gone from +750 to +1000 following their loss.

At the bottom of the contenders list is the Detroit Lions, who just clinched their first division title since 1993. Detroit still has an outside shot at the top seed, and currently they are in a three-way tie for the best record in the NFC. As it stands currently, they are the third seed, and they would play the Rams in the first round of the playoffs.

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