It’s never too early to start thinking about next season, and Bovada has already come out with Super Bowl 52 odds. The Tennessee Titans open at 50/1.
On the back of one of the best Super Bowls the NFL has ever seen, Bovada’s odds for next year’s football championship have already come out. Not surprisingly, the recently crowned NFL champion New England Patriots open with the best odds at 5/1. The Atlanta Falcons, who choked away a huge lead last night, open at 14/1, fifth among all teams. Our Tennessee Titans open at 50/1.
Here are the odds, courtesy of Bovada.
New England Patriots: 5/1
Dallas Cowboys, Green Bay Packers: 9/1
Pittsburgh Steelers: 12/1
Atlanta Falcons: 14/1
Denver Broncos, Minnesota Vikings, Oakland Raiders, Seattle Seahawks: 16/1
Carolina Panthers, Indianapolis Colts, Kansas City Chiefs, New York Giants: 25/1
Arizona Cardinals, Tampa Bay Buccaneers: 33/1
Baltimore Ravens, Detroit Lions, Houston Texans: 40/1
Cincinnati Bengals, New Orleans Saints, Miami Dolphins, Philadelphia Eagles, Washington Redskins, Tennessee Titans: 50/1
Buffalo Bills, Jacksonville Jaguars, Los Angeles Chargers: 66/1
Los Angeles Rams, New York Jets: 75/1
Chicago Bears: 100/1
Cleveland Browns, San Francisco 49ers: 150/1
I’m no betting man, but the Titans at 50/1 seems like a risk worth taking. The Titans might very well go into next year as the AFC South favorites, and anything can happen when a team sneaks into the playoffs (just ask Eli Manning and the New York Giants). The Broncos and the Panthers having way better odds than the Titans is a joke. I know they were both recently in the same Super Bowl, but they are both trending down.
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The cluster of teams with the same odds as the Titans is an interesting bunch, and one that shouldn’t really be paired with Tennessee. The Titans are coming off a six win improvement and are trending way up with a second full offseason under GM Jon Robinson. They also have arguably the best young quarterback in the league. I could see the Dolphins and Redskins making the playoffs next year, so they make sense, but the rest shouldn’t be in the same category.
All in all, I’m not too surprised or worried about these odds. Everyone doubted the Titans in 2016 and they ended up going 9-7 and narrowly missed the playoffs. Next season should be another fun one, but one with a better ending. Will it end in a Super Bowl appearance? Probably not. But no one expected the Falcons to make it this year, so why not us?