Texans’ Super Bowl LII odds released

The Houston Texans’ odds of winning Super Bowl LII aren’t too bad.

The odds for the winner of Super Bowl LII in Minneapolis have been released all across the internet.  The Texans are considered 50-1 odds at this point.

The Super Bowl champion New England Patriots have been hit with 6-1 odds to repeat.

The Texans’ AFC South division rivals are as follows: Indianapolis Colts (25-1), Jacksonville Jaguars (75-1) and Tennessee Titans (50-1).

This isn’t much of a surprise since the Colts arguably have the best quarterback in the division. The second best signal caller is Marcus Mariota, who almost led the Titans to a playoff appearance in 2016. While the Jaguars and Texans need a lot of improved at the quarterback position next season.

The worst odds to win Super Bowl LII go to both the San Francisco 49ers and Cleveland Browns at 300-1.

If the Texans are able to make an upgrade at the quarterback position this offseason by signing someone like Tony Romo, Colin Kaepernick or even Jay Cutler their odds could improve.  They almost have all of the pieces needed to make a Super Bowl run.

The good news for Houston is that they were able to at least get over the hump of winning a playoff game and then go toe to toe with the Patriots in the divisional round. Let’s be honest, if the Texans had an offense, they would have upset New England on the road at Gillette Stadium.

It will be interesting to monitor whether or not the Texans’ odds go up or down as the offseason moves forward and we get closer to the start of the 2017 NFL season.

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