Meet the newest Las Vegas Race and Sportsbook Super Bowl 52 favorites, the Pittsburgh Steelers. The 2017 Super Bowl Final Four this past January encompassed the same four clubs who currently top the WestGate SuperBook NFL Futures chart. The New England Patroits (5-to-1), Pittsburgh Steelers (9-to-2), Atlanta Falcons (8-to-1) and Green Bay Packers (6-to-1) are the top-4 NFL franchises on the Vegas shops latest chart, hence the Odds to Win 2018 Super Bowl LII: Steelers leapfrog Patriots.
The Patriots were huge preseason favorites last January and remained in that position the entire 2016 regular season. The Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger and linebacker Ryan Shazier have jumped the Patriots in this week’s futures update. The Falcons spent most of Sunday afternoon playing catchup to the visiting Buffalo Bills. The Falcons fell from the ranks of the unbeaten losing 23-17 to the Bills in Atlanta. As well, New England, lost on Sunday dropping them out of Westgate’s top spot on the NFL Super Bowl 52 Futures.
Bet against Aaron Rodgers and the Packers to win Super Bowl 52 at your own peril. Rodgers and the Pack continue to improve defensively and need only stay healthy at wide receiver to be the NFC representatives for February’s Super Sunday event.
The only remaining unbeaten team in the league is Kansas City (9-to-1) who are 3-0 . The Chiefs (-7, 48) host the Washington Redskins in tonight’s Monday Night Football affair. Therefore, Kansas City (9-to-1) is the World’s Largest Race and Sportsbook fifth choice to win Super Bowl LII.
Three of the top four clubs on the aforementioned futures chart have Week #5 contests. Of the four “most likely” to win Super Bowl 52 only the Falcons have a Week #5 bye.
New England visits Tampa Bay for NFL Networks Thursday Night Football contest. Green Bay makes a trip to Dallas on Sunday to square off against the Cowboys. And Kansas City visits Houston in an AFC encounter versus the Texans.
Odds to Win 2018 Super Bowl LII: Steelers leapfrog Patriots
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