The 2016 NFL season enters Week 11 on Thursday, Nov. 17. Here are the latest odds for each NFL team’s Super Bowl 51 chances.
Week 11 of the 2016 NFL season begins on Thursday, Nov. 17 when the Carolina Panthers host their NFC South rival New Orleans Saints on Thursday Night Football. NBC will have the telecast.
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On Sunday Night Football in Week 10, we potentially saw a Super Bowl 51 preview between the Seattle Seahawks and the New England Patriots. The Seahawks topped the Patriots by a score in Foxborough.
If those are two of the best teams in the NFL, what are their Super Bowl 51 odds? What about the odds for all 32 teams. Here are the latest Super Bowl odds for each NFL club, according to OddsShark.com.
Arizona Cardinals: +2,200 Atlanta Falcons: +1,800 Baltimore Ravens: +2,800 Buffalo Bills: +15,000 Carolina Panthers: +5,000 Chicago Bears: +50,000 Cincinnati Bengals: +5,000 Cleveland Browns: +300,000 Dallas Cowboys: +550 Denver Broncos: +1,600 Detroit Lions: +4,000 Green Bay Packers: +2,500 Houston Texans: +3,300 Indianapolis Colts: +4,000 Jacksonville Jaguars: +100,000 Kansas City Chiefs: +1,600 Los Angeles Rams: +15,000 Miami Dolphins: +7,500 Minnesota Vikings: +4,000 New England Patriots: +230 New Orleans Saints: +10,000 New York Giants: +2,800 New York Jets: +30,000 Oakland Raiders: +2,000 Philadelphia Eagles: +6,600 Pittsburgh Steelers: +2,000 San Diego Chargers: +15,000 San Francisco 49ers: +100,000 Seattle Seahawks: +625 Tampa Bay Buccaneers: +15,000 Tennessee Titans: +6,600 Washington Redskins: +5,000
Only three teams have better than +1,000 odds of getting to Super Bowl LI in Houston: New England (+230), Seattle (+625), and the Dallas Cowboys (+550). New England has the clearest path of the three, as the Patriots are in the AFC. Dallas and Seattle have earned the right to have the second and third-best Super Bowl odds entering Week 11 for their stellar play so far this season.
Five teams have between +1,000 and +2,000 odds: the Atlanta Falcons (+1,800), the Denver Broncos (+1,600), the Kansas City Chiefs (+1,600), the Oakland Raiders (+2,000), and the Pittsburgh Steelers (+2,000).
Atlanta is a decent get at +1,800, as the Falcons seem to be the third-best team in the NFC through Week 10. Denver, Kansas City, and Oakland could all make the AFC Playoffs despite playing in the same AFC West. All three seem like they have reasonable Super Bowl odds.
You’re better off putting your money in a garbage disposal than taking Pittsburgh at +2,000. This team is 4-5, Ben Roethlisberger has implicitly called out head coach Mike Tomlin twice this season, and the Steelers will need to win the AFC North to even reach the AFC Playoffs.
14 NFL teams have between +2,000 and +10,000 odds to make it to Super Bowl 51. The best get in the NFC has to be the Washington Redskins at +5,000. At 5-3-1, this feels like an NFC Wild Card team at the halfway point. The offense looks good with Kirk Cousins under center. This might be a better team than the Washington team that won the NFC East a year ago at 9-7.
The best get in the AFC in that +2,000 to +10,000 range has to be the Tennessee Titans at +6,600. Though they lost head-to-head with the AFC South leading Houston Texans earlier this season, Marcus Mariota has been fantastic in recent weeks at quarterback. Don’t be shock if it is the Titans that win the AFC South and not the Texans.
Stay away from the Indianapolis Colts in the AFC and the Minnesota Vikings in the NFC, both at +4,000. The Colts don’t have the defensive personnel to play consistently week to week. Minnesota’s offense has become a dumpster fire since its Week 6 bye.
The best get at over +10,000 has to be the Buffalo Bills at +15,000. Buffalo may not be a playoff team, but this is a physical football team that plays hard for head coach Rex Ryan. They do tend to lose the close games, but if they can bounce back after its Week 10 bye, this could be a re-energized group ready to make headway in the AFC.