Falcons’ Super Bowl odds plummet after loss to Vikings


The Falcons odds to win the Super Bowl took a nosedive after Sunday’s 14-9 home loss to the Vikings.

The Falcons are now 25-to-1 to win the championship, down from 12-to-1 the win before the loss dropped them to 7-5 and still third in the NFC South, according to Bovada.

The Falcons are listed at 14-to-1 to win the NFC, behind six teams, and 7-to-1 to win the NFC South, behind the Saints and Panthers.

The Falcons still control their fate in the division race with their final four games against the Saints, Panthers and Buccaneers. The final stretch begins Thursday with a home game against the Saints.

Here’s a look at the Super Bowl odds from Bovada:

New England Patriots: 12/5

Pittsburgh Steelers: 9/2

Philadelphia Eagles: 6/1

Minnesota Vikings: 17/2

New Orleans Saints: 10/1

Los Angeles Rams:12/1

Seattle Seahawks: 18/1

Atlanta Falcons: 25/1

Carolina Panthers: 28/1

Los Angeles Chargers: 28/1

Green Bay Packers: 33/1

Jacksonville Jaguars: 33/1

Kansas City Chiefs: 33/1

Oakland Raiders: 33/1

Tennessee Titans: 33/1

Baltimore Ravens: 50/1

Dallas Cowboys: 100/1

Detroit Lions: 100/1

Cincinnati Bengals: 200/1

Buffalo Bills: 300/1

New York Jets: 300/1

Washington Redskins: 300/1

Arizona Cardinals: 500/1

Miami Dolphins: 500/1

Chicago Bears: Off the board

Cleveland Browns: Off the board

Denver Broncos: Off the board

Houston Texans: Off the board

Indianapolis Colts: Off the board

New York Giants: Off the board

San Francisco 49ers: Off the board

Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Off the board


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