Super Bowl Futures Compared: The Divisional Round

It’s time to revisit NFL futures betting markets as we are now just two games away from narrowing the field to the final two teams who will battle it out in Super Bowl LI in Houston, Texas on February, 5th.

The Divisional Round is set to kick off this Sunday at 3:05 EST when the Packers take on the Falcons in Atlanta for the NFC Championship on FOX. Pittsburgh heads to Foxboro to take on the Patriots for the AFC Championship at 6:40 EST, which will be broadcasted on CBS. We will have free previews and betting picks for both games.

Today, we will look at updated futures at the top offshore sportsbooks before the games this weekend. Once again, we will use the futures betting calculator at the Wizard of Odds to determine the house edge on each futures market.

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BetOnline.ag (Full Review)

BetOnline House Edge: 8.13%

Bovada.lv (Full Review)

Bovada House Edge: 7.3%

5Dimes.eu (Full Review)

5Dimes House Edge: 5.3%

Best and worst online sportsbook to bet the New England Patriots to win the Super Bowl

Best: Bovada (+150)

Worst: 5Dimes (+127)

Best and worst online sportsbook to bet the Atlanta Falcons to win the Super Bowl

Best: 5Dimes (+263)

Worst: Bovada (+250)

Best and worst online sportsbook to bet the Pittsburgh Steelers to win the Super Bowl

Best: BetOnline (+500)

Worst: Bovada (+425)

Best and worst online sportsbook to bet the Green Bay Packers to win the Super Bowl

Best: 5Dimes +508

Worst: 5Dimes and Bovada (+375)

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