The San Francisco 49ers (11-2) were not one of the preseason favorites in the Super Bowl futures market, but their consistently brilliant play has elevated them to second choice, behind only the Baltimore Ravens. The Niners' Super Bowl odds went from +750 Friday to +450 as of Tuesday morning. We’ll dig into San Francisco's résumé below to determine if the 49ers are worth a wager.
The New England Patriots’ third loss in five games has bettors turning their backs on the defending champion’s chances of winning the Super Bowl. The Patriots’ Super Bowl odds have more than doubled at BetAmerica since Week 9, ballooning from +190 prior to their loss to the Ravens to +395 following Sunday’s 23-17 loss to the Kansas City Chiefs.
The Seattle Seahawks' Super Bowl odds continue to trend in the right direction following a big Monday night win over the Minnesota Vikings. Is it time to jump on the bandwagon, or are the surging Ravens too tough to look past?
For the first time since they won their sixth Super Bowl, the New England Patriots are no longer favorites to win the 2020 NFL Championship. Following Week 13 of the NFL, the high-flying Baltimore Ravens have replaced the Patriots at the top of Super Bowl betting, moving from +410 to +275 with BetAmerica. Just four weeks ago, BetAmerica players were still able to take odds of +1800 for the Ravens to win the Super Bowl.
No team has taken more action in the Super Bowl futures market this month than the Seattle Seahawks, but are they worth a wager? Join us as we crunch the numbers.
The Baltimore Raven’s odds of winning the Super Bowl continue to shorten following their Monday Night Football demolition of the Los Angeles Rams.
One of the NFL’s hottest teams is the Baltimore Ravens, winners of six straight games. As a result, oddsmakers have had to lower the Ravens’ Super Bowl odds from +1800 on November 1 to +560 as of November 19. We investigate whether they're worth a wager at their new price.
The odds of the San Francisco 49ers winning the Super Bowl continue to tumble after the team extended their unbeaten record to 8-0.
The NFL Trade deadline came and went without much action. However, that does not mean that it was a quiet day or a dead season of trading. There were rumors swirling all over the league about some possible major deals. Rumors surrounded players like Le'Veon Bell, Jamal Adams, Chris Harris and Patrick Peterson yesterday. Mohammad Sanu, Jalen Ramsey, and Emmanuel Sanders are just some of the names already traded during this season. The updated Super Bowl odds are available and we need to check out who you should be looking at now that the dust has settled.
The Kansas City Chiefs snapped their two-game losing streak in a win in Denver on Thursday night but lost their biggest asset in the process.