Super Bowl Betting: 3 Teams’ Odds Shifting Before Week 3

Written By Eli Hershkovich on September 23, 2022
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With NFL Week 3 odds on the move, let’s delve into the fluctuation for the Super Bowl futures market. I’ll focus on Super Bowl betting in terms of prices that have experienced a noticeable swing at BetMGM Sportsbook.

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Philadelphia Eagles (+1400 to )

Unsurprisingly, the Eagles’ double-digit victory over the Vikings on Monday Night Football propelled their Super Bowl betting odds to move a bit. Jalen Hurts, who’s also seen his NFL MVP odds shorten in recent weeks, generated the ninth-highest Dropback EPA in Week 2. He appears to have refined his overall mechanics since last season.

But Philadelphia’s defense, which has been heavily praised, could be in for a test against the Commanders this time around. So don’t rush to the window to bet these odds. You’ll find additional insight about that matchup in my NFL picks breakdown.

Los Angeles Chargers (+1200 to )

Despite the Chargers’ 2-0 record against the spread, they suffered significant injuries versus the Chiefs. Quarterback Justin Herbert (ribs), along with offensive linemen Corey Linsley (knee) and Trey Pipkins (ankle), could all be unavailable for their upcoming battle versus the Jaguars. On top of that, wideout Keenan Allen (hamstring) and cornerback J.C. Jackson (ankle) are still recovering from their respective wounds.

Hence, their Super Bowl betting odds may not be as much of a buy-low price point as some bettors initially suggested. That’s especially the case if Herbert’s injury limits him at all, and Jacksonville pulls off the straight-up upset.

Tennessee Titans (+4000 to )

If the Titans’ 0-2 outright record doesn’t force you to stay away in the Super Bowl betting market, then their elongated price tag should do the trick. Derrick Henry and his offensive line are struggling to assert themselves on the ground, accruing the second-lowest EPA per carry in the process. That sample size is small, yet with stud left tackle Taylor Lewan (knee) banged up, bettors shouldn’t anticipate much of a turnaround.

There may still be enough value to back Tennessee versus the Raiders, though. Subscribe to the latest episode of the “Beat The Closing Line” podcast for more analysis on that game.

Below, price shop for the best Super Bowl betting odds at many of the legal sportsbooks.

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Eli Hershkovich is a lead sports betting writer with TheLines and Catena Media, formerly with Audacy and The Action Network. His goal is to provide you with data and information to lead you to winning bets. Eli is an avid college basketball gambler — among many other sports — and still hasn't forgiven Virginia for ruining his 2018-2019 Texas Tech futures.

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