Falcons with 18-to-1 odds to win Super Bowl


The Falcons have 18-to-1 odds to win the Super Bowl, according to oddsmaker Brovada. They have the seventh best odds of the NFL’s 12 playoff teams.

The Falcons entered the final regular-season finale at 28-to-1 before they defeated the Panthers 22-10 on Sunday to earn the final postseason berth in the NFC.

The Falcons open the playoffs at the Rams on Saturday night. The Rams have 8-to-1 odds to win the Super Bowl, fifth best.

The Falcons are also listed as 10-to-1 to win the NFC championship, last among the six divisional entrants.

Here is the complete list of Super Bowl odds:

Patriots: 11/5

Vikings: 15/4

Steelers: 11/2

Saints: 15/2

Rams: 8/1

Eagles: 12/1

Falcons: 18/1

Chiefs: 20/1

Jaguars: 22/1

Panthers: 25/1

Bills: 75/1

Titans: 75/1


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