Super Bowl 2019 Futures – Current Betting Odds

NFL 2019 Super Bowl Futures Odds

Super Bowl 2019 Current Betting Odds

  • New England Patriots -145
  • Los Angeles Rams +125

During the last update of the NFL future odds I mentioned taking the New England Patriots at +350 was the perfect scenario on any of the four teams left. The Pats were showing good signs on both sides of the football, and unlike the other three teams, they have been here recently.

Super Bowl 2019 Futures - Current Betting OddsBetting Tom Brady and Bill Belichick at +350 to win two games seemed too good of an investment to let it slip away. Well, after the win Kansas City those odds are gone. The Patriots are now -145 at There is no value like a week ago, but it is still a pretty good number. Along the experience on playing so many Super Bowls together, both Brady and Belichick seem to be at the top of its powers.

Brady was sensational in clutch drives on the road in Kansas City. Belichick was masterful planning against Mahomes and the rest of the Chiefs offense. There is indeed room to win with the Patriots in the moneyline.

There is a lot more value on the Los Angeles Rams at +125. Not many believed LA had what it takes to go into New Orleans and steal a win and they did. The refs did have something to do with the win, but let’s give the Rams some credit. They were down 13-0 in a hostile environment on the road, and they punched back. All of that without Todd Gurley, their best player, playing near his real level.

Gurley might have something to prove in the Super Bowl and that dangerous for New England. We will have a lot of time to preview this matchup in the next few days, but the Rams have precisely the right kind of defense that has put Tom Brady in a bad spot in the past.

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Originally published: November 2018
Content updated: January 2019
Joseph Falchetti

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