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Brady, Patriots Lead Super Bowl 51 Odds

Brady, Patriots Lead Super Bowl 51 Odds - Bovada Sportsbook

Despite playing without starting quarterback Tom Brady for the first four games of the season the New England Patriots have a 3-1 record along with the top odds to win Super Bowl 51.

New England is the +400 favorite on the odds to win Super Bowl 51 with Brady’s four-game banishment for Deflategate finally complete. The Patriots went with Jimmy Garoppolo and Jacoby Brissett at quarterback in Brady’s absence, winning their first three games of the season before falling 16-0 at home to the Buffalo Bills with Brissett at quarterback last week.

The Patriots will now get a chance to ease Brady back into the lineup on Sunday afternoon as they take on the winless Cleveland Browns as heavy 11-point road favorites.


Steelers Second on Super Bowl Futures Board

The Pittsburgh Steelers are second at +700 on the Super Bowl 51 odds, and they’re also at 3-1 on the season after they pounded the Kansas City Chiefs 43-14 in the Sunday night matchup in Week 4. That was a bounceback performance for Ben Roethlisberger and company, who had been blasted 34-3 on the road against the Philadelphia Eagles in Week 3.

A trio of NFC teams populate the rest of the top five of the Super Bowl 51 odds, with the Seattle Seahawks at+750, and the Green Bay Packers and the Minnesota Vikings both at +900. The Vikings have lost both starting quarterback Teddy Bridgewater and starting running back Adrian Peterson to injury this season, but are a perfect 4-0 through the first four weeks.

The defending-champion Denver Broncos are also undefeated at 4-0 on the season, racking up victories despite the retirement of Peyton Manning. The Broncos round out the top of the Super Bowl 51 betting board at +1000, with a jump from there to the Philadelphia Eagles and the Dallas Cowboys at +2200. Philadelphia is 3-0 on the season, while Dallas sits at 3-1.

The Arizona Cardinals and the Carolina Panthers have slipped to +2500 on the Super Bowl 51 odds thanks to their 1-3 starts to the season, where they’re joined by the Cincinnati Bengals and the Atlanta Falcons. The Kansas City Chiefs and the Houston Texans are both at +2800, while the Baltimore Ravens and the Oakland Raiders are sitting at odds of +3300.

Meanwhile, the longshots on the list are the Cleveland Browns, pegged at +500000 to  recover from an 0-4 start to the year and get on a miracle run that sends them to the NFL title.


*Odds as of October 5, 2016

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