Super Bowl Betting: Notable Week 10 Risers And Fallers In Futures

Written By Jeffrey Schreiber on November 11, 2022
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While NFL Week 10 odds are on the move, there’s also been some fluctuation for Super Bowl odds. Let’s hone in on the Super Bowl betting market, focusing on prices that have experienced a noticeable swing up and down.

Click on any of the odds below to place a bet. The first one mentioned next to each team is its odds before Week 9.


Seattle Seahawks (+5000 to )

The Seahawks were victorious again in Week 9 as they turned a 14-10 3rd quarter deficit into a 31-21 victory. The win improved their winning streak to four. Geno Smith started the game slowly but bounced back from a pick-6 that gave the Cardinals the lead by engineering three straight touchdown drives.

Smith threw touchdown passes to Tyler Lockett and DK Metcalf. Rookie sensation Keneth Walker overcame a slow start to rush for over 100 yards for the second time in three weeks. The defense held Kyler Murray to just 175 yards passing on 35 attempts, sacking him five times. They also forced a crucial fumble before halftime that prevented the Cardinals from putting up additional points.

We are too far into the season to call Seattle a “fluke”. The Seahawks are top five in many offensive categories including yards per play, yards per rush, and points per play. PFF grades the Seahawks’ offense as a top-five unit.

New York Jets (+15000 to )

This Week’s talk all around the league has been about the shocking positive play of the Jets. New York stunned the world in Week 9 by upsetting the No. 1 team in football heading into the Week. Now New York is just a half-game out of first place and the Bills, who they trail, have significant health concerns with their starting QB.

If you want to take the Jets seriously, now is the time to bet on them.


Green Bay Packers (+5000 to )

The ship has sailed for any potential playoff run in Green Bay this year. The Packers are bottom six in points per game at just over 17 per game. Rookie WR Romeo Doubs probably won’t be a factor for the rest of the year, while Matt LaFleur admitted this week that Sammy Watkins’ health isn’t near 100%. Struggling WRs Samori Toure, Christian Watson, and Amari Rodgers have shared time behind them. The Packers are struggling in all facets of the game right now.

Green Bay will look entirely overmatched in their next game against a Cowboys defense allowing the NFL’s third-fewest points (16.6) and leading the NFL in sacks (33).

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Las Vegas Raiders (+10000 to )

The “big four” of Josh Jacobs, Devante Adams, Hunter Renfrow, and Darren Waller will have combined to play together for 43 plays all year. Renfrow and Waller were placed on I.R. earlier this week. Despite being handed elite offensive weapons, first-year HC Josh Mcdaniels continues to struggle. The Raiders seem to need help to hold any second-half lead they have in games.

What was thought to be one of the best offenses heading into the year has turned into an utter disaster. Los Vegas is in the bottom half of the league in so many offensive categories including third-down offense, Red-Zone offense, and early down EPA.

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Jeffrey Schreiber is a sports betting writer with TheLines and Catena Media. Jeff is recent college graduate with a background in finance and analytics. His goal is to provide readers with data and information behind the "why" to make a bet. His most memorable betting moment came during the divisional round of the 2022 NFL playoffs when he turned $37 in same-game parlay bets into $25,000.

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