It’s Week 12 already in the NFL season as we move rapidly towards Super Bowl 2020.
There are zero undefeated teams left (cheers, ’72 Dolphins), only two teams have lost one game (Patriots and Niners), and the race for the Lombardi Trophy has officially begun. It’s crunch time, as Week 12 is the last of the bye weeks and the contenders are starting to separate from the pretenders.
Let’s take a look at some 2020 Super Bowl Odds Changes, courtesy of DraftKings Sportsbook.
|Team||Pre-Week 11||Going Into Week 12||Odds Shift|
LATEST ODDS TO WIN 2020 SUPER BOWL
|Team||DraftKings Sportsbook Odds||FanDuel Sportsbook Odds||Unibet Sportsbook Odds||BetMGM||PlaySugarHouse Odds|
The Ravens have certainly been a surprise this season. They lost some very talented players on defense, and the sports world was unsure about the offense with Lamar Jackson.
That has changed.
Jackson is having an incredible season, and is actually +160 to win the NFL MVP on DraftKings Sportsbook. Jackson is the favorite.
The Ravens are 8-2, and are the only team to beat the New England Patriots this season. On DraftKings Sportsbook, their odds to win the Super Bowl have moved from +650 last week to +500 this week after a very convincing 41-7 win over the Houston Texans.
The Cowboys won a close one in Week 11, defeating the Detroit Lions 35-27 behind the terrific play of Dak Prescott. Like Jackson, Prescott come into this season with some question marks but has answered the call, and is an MVP candidate in his own right, being +1400 on DraftKings Sportsbook to win the award. Only Jackson, Russell Wilson, Aaron Rodgers, and Deshaun Watson are ahead of Prescott odds-wise.
The Cowboys were +2800 to win the Super Bowl last week, after a loss to the Minnesota Vikings. But after a win against the Lions, the Cowboys are “back on track” for a week and their Super Bowl odds have risen to +2000.
In Week 12, the Cowboys travel to New England to take on the Patriots, in a game that could have serious implications in the NFC East race, as the Eagles take on the Seahawks at home.
Any dreams the Panthers had for a Super Bowl run ended in Week 11, as they lost to the lowly Atlanta Falcons 29-3. Carolina has fallen to 5-5, and are now +8000 to win the Super Bowl on DraftKings Sportsbook, down from +5000 last week. Whatever magic Kyle Allen had in the first few starts has ended, and the Panthers have a tough schedule to finish the season.
At 5-5, the Panthers still will play the Saints twice, the Colts, and Seahawks. For a team with such promise to start the year, they could easily finish with 9+ losses on the season. The question for Carolina is simple yet complicated, do they go back to Cam Newton? Do they grow Kyle Allen? Do they draft another QB in the offseason? We shall see, but their current Super Bowl odds show they are a team destined for the offseason, rather than the postseason.
- Chiefs moved from +1200 to +1000
- Vikings moved from +2000 to +2200
- Seahawks moved from +1600 to +1400
- Eagles moved from +2000 to +2500
- Giants are +100000 to win the Super Bowl
- Jets are +50000 to win the Super Bowl