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Odds to win Super Bowl LIV look very different after a wild Wildcard Round

Odds to win Super Bowl LIV look very different after a wild Wildcard Round | News Article by Inspin.com

The NFL playoffs are down the final eight teams with the Divisional games scheduled for Saturday and Sunday. The Super Bowl LIV odds look a little different after favorites like the New Orleans Saints and New England Patriots were eliminated during the Wildcard Weekend. The best online betting sites look at each of the remaining teams and their odds to win the Big Game on Feb. 2.

Baltimore Ravens +300
The top seed in the AFC enjoyed a bye week in the Wildcard Round and now take on the Tennessee Titans, who have a taste for upsets after beating New England on the road last Saturday. The Ravens have the best player in the league – soon-to-be MVP Lamar Jackson – and a dynamic offense that averaged an NFL-best 33 points per game.

San Francisco 49ers +325
The 49ers also enjoyed a bye week and needed it to get some important players back on the defensive side of the ball. San Francisco welcomes Minnesota to Levi’s Stadium in the Divisional Round and will look to secure a spot in the NFC title game with their vaunted pass rush and explosive ground game, which ranked second in the league in yards per game (144).

Kansas City Chiefs +350
The Chiefs were so close to the Super Bowl last season, losing in overtime to New England in the AFC Championship. This time around, the Kansas City defense is playing its best football of the season and quarterback Patrick Mahomes is back on track after battling injuries midway through the schedule. The Chiefs are home at Arrowhead Stadium hosting Houston in the Divisional Round.

Green Bay Packers +900
The Cheese Heads host a home game in the Divisional Round, welcoming the Seahawks to a chilly Lambeau Field this weekend. Aaron Rodgers is always dangerous in the postseason and this Packers defense is very opportunistic with 25 takeaways, including 17 interceptions on the year – the most of any remaining playoff team.

Seattle Seahawks +1,200
The Seahawks survived the Wildcard Round and escaped Philadelphia with a win last Sunday. Seattle has been playing with a long list of injuries on both sides of the football at the end of the season but could get some important bodies back for Sunday’s trip to Green Bay, where quarterback Russell Wilson will go head-to-head with Rodgers.

Minnesota Vikings +1,700
The Vikings scored the biggest upset of the Wildcard Round, defeating the Saints in New Orleans. Minnesota’s pass rush looked great and the rushing attack saw new life with running back Dalvin Cook returning from injury. The Vikings hope Kirk Cousins can rise to the occasion once again in San Francisco this Saturday.

Tennessee Titans +2,500
The Titans bring a ton of momentum to Baltimore after ending the Patriots season in the opening round of the playoffs. Tennessee punished the Pats stop unit with bruising back Derrick Henry and got a great effort from a well-balanced defense that allows less than 21 points per game.

Houston Texans +3,000
The biggest long shot on the board is Houston, which won a sloppy game in comeback fashion against Buffalo in the Wildcard Round. Deshaun Watson is a threat through the air and on the ground and the return of JJ Watt to the defensive line made a massive difference to a stop unit plagued with inconsistencies all season. 

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