OddsShark Super Bowl Odds

With seven weeks remaining in the 2017 NFL regular season, the surprising Los Angeles Rams have emerged as serious contenders to win Super Bowl 52 in Minneapolis.

The NFC West-leading Rams (7-2) will visit the Minnesota Vikings this Sunday, and the winner of that game could possibly tie the Philadelphia Eagles (8-1) for the best record in the conference if they lose to the Dallas Cowboys (5-4). Los Angeles is listed at +1000 on the Super Bowl 52 odds at sportsbooks monitored by OddsShark.com.

The Rams have the same odds as the NFC South-leading New Orleans Saints (7-2), who have won seven straight games since opening the season at 0-2. They both sit behind only the defending Super Bowl champion New England Patriots (7-2) at +333, Eagles at +425 and Pittsburgh Steelers (7-2) at +700 on the betting board.

The Steelers and Kansas City Chiefs (6-3) are widely considered the biggest threats to the Patriots in the AFC, with the latter already defeating them decisively in the season opener. Pittsburgh hosts New England in a Week 15 matchup that could determine which of them gets home-field advantage in the playoffs. The Patriots beat the Steelers 36-17 in last year’s AFC Championship Game played at Gillette Stadium in Foxboro.

The Chiefs still appear to hold value to win the Super Bowl at +1200 along with the Seattle Seahawks (6-3), who have already beaten the Rams once and will host them again in Week 15 with the division title possibly on the line. Seattle’s biggest issue right now is injuries after losing All-Pro cornerback Richard Sherman (Achilles) for the year.

Kansas City has arguably the most balanced team in the league between offense, defense and special teams but has lost three in a row to Pittsburgh.

Other longer shots to win Super Bowl 52 with great defenses include the Vikings at +1600 and Jacksonville Jaguars (6-3) and Atlanta Falcons (5-4) at +2200.

The Jaguars are battling the Tennessee Titans (6-3) for the AFC South title. The Titans are +2800 to win the Super Bowl. The Falcons are the defending NFC champs but have struggled offensively compared to last year when quarterback Matt Ryan was named NFL MVP.

Odds to Win Super Bowl 52

New England Patriots +333

Philadelphia Eagles +425

Pittsburgh Steelers +700

Los Angeles Rams +1000

New Orleans Saints +1000

Kansas City Chiefs +1200

Seattle Seahawks +1200

Minnesota Vikings +1600

Jacksonville Jaguars +2200

Atlanta Falcons +2200

Carolina Panthers +2500

Detroit Lions +2500

Dallas Cowboys +2800

Tennessee Titans +2800

Oakland Raiders +4000

Green Bay Packers +5000

Washington Redskins +7500

Buffalo Bills +10000

Baltimore Ravens +10000

Cincinnati Bengals +15000

Denver Broncos +15000

Los Angeles Chargers +15000

Tampa Bay Buccaneers +15000

Arizona Cardinals +20000

Houston Texans +20000

Chicago Bears +20000

Miami Dolphins +25000

New York Jets +30000

Indianapolis Colts +50000

Written by Clay Travis

OutKick founder, host and author. He's presently banned from appearing on both CNN and ESPN because he’s too honest for both.