Following 17 weeks, the Patriots are still the top picks to bring the Lombardi trophy up in Houston.
Indeed, even in the wake of playing four amusements without Tom Brady, the Pats traveled to a triumphant season and another AFC East title. Bovada has the Pats recorded as a +190 to win Super Bowl LI in Houston, much preferable chances over any residual group.
The following most astounding top choice, Dallas, will have home-field advantage all through the playoffs. That looks good for their tenderfoot QB Dak Prescott, who dealt with the group this season yet would do well to numbers before home fans. Dallas is esteemed at +325, a much lower number than whatever other NFC group.
After the Cowboys and Patriots, the chances begin to get longer for the rest of the groups. Quarterback wounds have put a dull cover over the AFC playoffs, and those groups have seen their chances dive. The Raiders, who were one of the AFC's best groups all season, are presently +3300 to win everything without Derek Carr. The Texans and Dolphins, who have additionally needed to roll out QB improvements in the last month of the season, are esteemed at +5000 and +6600, individually.
Two "sleeper" groups with playoff experience might be the best betting qualities on the board. The Giants unquestionably have the playoff family, and their sitting at +1400 to win it all. In the AFC, the Steelers are as imposing as any group in the AFC, particularly with a sound Le'Veon Bell in the backfield. The Steelers are +800, a strong number for a genuine playoff contender.