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Although we’re only two weeks into the NFL season, we’ve already witnessed one of the most exciting starts in recent history. The Week 1 contest between the Chicago Bears and the Green Bay Packers will surely be remembered for years to come thanks to a heroic comeback effort by a hobbled Aaron Rodgers. After suffering a knee injury early in the game and entering the third quarter 0-20, Rodgers willed his team to victory. 

The 2-0 Kansas City Chiefs have been one of the most pleasant surprises in the early season, as quarterback Patrick Mahomes ranks second in the league with a 143.3 passer rating. As a result, their Super Bowl odds have increased from +3300 in the preseason to +1200 as of this writing. Conversely, Pittsburgh, 0-1-1, seems to have a mess on their hands with running back Le’Veon Bell still holding out for a long-term contract and wide receiver Antonio Brown making shocking “trade me” comments on Twitter. The Steelers’ 2019 Super Bowl odds have gone down from +1000 to +1600. Here are the top favourites who are expected to compete for the Super Bowl title this season.

 

New England Patriots and Los Angeles Rams (+650 Super Bowl Odds)

After a solid 27-20 Week 1 win over the Houston Texans, the Pats didn’t fare as well in Jacksonville the following week. The Jags had their way with them, outgaining the Patriots by almost 200 yards (480 vs 302). The good news for the Patriots is that they have one of the best football minds of all time in head coach Bill Belichick, who usually finds a way to amass many wins season after season. While struggling on both sides of the ball, New England will get wide receiver Julian Edelman back in Week 5 after he finishes serving his four-game suspension. The Patriots have also acquired talented, but at times problematic, wide receiver Josh Gordon. According to quarterback Tom Brady, if Gordon can put the team first, he’ll have a chance to contribute. The Patriots remain at the top of the Super Bowl LIII odds board at +650, but they’re no longer alone there.  

There aren’t enough superlatives to describe just how good these Los Angeles Rams have been. They’ve dominated both of their opponents so far this season with a +55 point differential - the best in the league. Quarterback Jared Goff is once again near the top of the leader board in yards per passing attempt (third in NFL at 9.03), and even though Pro Bowl running back Todd Gurley has yet to hit his stride, it’s only a matter of time before he does. The Rams look unstoppable and are currently tied with the Patriots for the top favourite spot at +650 on the Super Bowl betting lines

 

Minnesota Vikings and Jacksonville Jaguars (+900 Super Bowl Odds)

The 1-0-1 Vikings have played solid football over the first couple weeks and look to be well on their way to title contention once again this season at +900 NFL futures odds. Newly acquired quarterback Kirk Cousins is fifth in the NFL with 669 passing yards, and the defense has been stingy as well, ranking in the top 10 with 5.2 yards per play allowed. This squad is ultra-talented, so don’t sleep on the Vikings this season.  

The Jaguars have spent a lot of money on their defense, and it has paid off so far. Their defensive unit has been excellent as expected, ranked in the top ten by most metrics. The offense, however, has been a nice surprise and a bonus. Quarterback Blake Bortles looked very comfortable in the pocket in their 31-20 win over New England in Week 2, passing for 376 yards and 4 touchdowns. What’s scarier is that star running back Leonard Fournette, who’s been nursing an injury, is expected to come back to the practice field this week and should be contributing in games soon as well. This should give the Jags (+900 Super Bowl 53 odds) a boost in the running game.

 

Philadelphia Eagles (+1200 Super Bowl Odds)

The biggest story with the Eagles is not how they’ve done so far in their first two weeks (1-1), it’s the return of Pro Bowl quarterback Carson Wentz to action in Week 3. Wentz has been out since Week 15 of the 2017 season with a torn ACL injury, so the defending Super Bowl champions will welcome him back with open arms. Look for the Eagles to get things going offensively with Wentz back under centre. Philly’s odds of defending their title are +1200 heading into Week 3.  

Rounding out the top favourites entering Week 3 are the Green Bay Packers and Kansas City Chiefs—both are available for +1200 Super Bowl odds in the futures section of Bodog Sportsbook.

 

 

*Odds as of September 20, 2018