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2023 Super Bowl odds entering Week 12: Cowboys on the rise, Jets get grounded

Cowboys set unique NFL scoring record by becoming first team in league history to pull off this feat

We are now 11 weeks through the 2022 NFL regular season, and our list of top three contenders hasn’t changed. The Buffalo Bills, Kansas City Chiefs and Philadelphia Eagles are still the consensus top three teams in the NFL, but your personal order may have changed.

The Bills are 1-2 over the past three weeks while the Eagles finally lost a game, and then struggled against the Jeff Saturday-led Colts. The Chiefs on the other hand are thriving, and Patrick Mahomes has established himself as the odds-on favorite to win NFL MVP. If you were looking to place a Super Bowl bet today, who would you take? Is there any value outside of the top three?

Super Bowl odds are fluid. Let’s take a look at the current odds compared to where they were just a week ago. Below, we will list the Super Bowl odds for the top 20 NFL teams, and then break down some of the noteworthy changes.  

All NFL odds come via Caesars Sportsbook.

Chiefs creeping in on favorite Bills

The Chiefs fell to the Bills last month, but Kansas City has now reeled off four straight wins. Mahomes has overtaken Josh Allen as the favorite to win NFL MVP, and the Chiefs just notched an incredible come-from-behind victory against the rival Chargers in primetime. The Bills on the other hand are 1-2 over the past three weeks, and with the AFC East division being so competitive, one has to wonder, when will the Chiefs overtake the Bills as Super Bowl favorites? Buffalo didn’t experience any movement in Super Bowl odds over the last week, but Kansas City moved from +475 to +450

Big Vikings-Cowboys ramifications

The Cowboys made sure we quickly forgot about their embarrassing loss to the Packers in Week 10, as they pounded the previously one-loss Vikings in Minnesota, 40-3. It was a beatdown from beginning to end. Sunday marked the largest road win in Cowboys franchise history and the second-largest home loss in Vikings franchise history. With this loss, the Vikings moved from +1100 to +1800 to win the Super Bowl, while the Cowboys moved from +1400 to +1000. “America’s Team” now has the fifth-shortest odds to win it all. 

Vegas still incredibly high on 49ers

Last week, I questioned Vegas moving the 49ers from +1200 to +850 following their 22-16 win over the Chargers. After their Monday night 38-10 beatdown of the lowly Arizona Cardinals in Mexico, San Francisco moved from +850 to +650! Are the 49ers really the fourth-best team in the…

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