Super Bowl Betting: Bills Only Ahead Of Eagles Before Week 7

Written By Eli Hershkovich on October 20, 2022
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While NFL Week 7 are on the move, there’s also been some fluctuation for Super Bowl 57 odds. Let’s hone in on the Super Bowl betting market, focusing on prices that have experienced a noticeable swing at BetMGM Sportsbook.

Click on any of the odds below to place a bet. The first one mentioned next to each team is its odds before Week 6.

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Philadelphia Eagles (+650 to )

Nick Sirianni’s team hasn’t seen its Super Bowl betting odds lessen dramatically over the last week (per the figures above), but its rise near the top is worth mentioning.

The Eagles opened at +4000 to claim the Lombardi Trophy before dipping to +2800 after trading for wideout A.J. Brown on draft night. They currently own the second-shortest Super Bowl betting odds — only behind the Bills (), which is the shortest price tag during the regular season since 2020.

Jalen Hurts & Co. are producing the third-most EPA per play while their defense is yielding the fourth-fewest in that department. With that being said, their sell-high point should come against the Colts in Week 11.

New York Giants (+8000 to )

Surprisingly, the Giants only trails Philly in the NFC East standings. Their odds were as large as +15000 before Week 1.

Although New York is 5-1 in one-score games, Brian Daboll’s impact on Daniel Jones shouldn’t be ignored. The fourth-year quarterback is second to Buffalo’s Josh Allen in Dropback EPA/play over the last three games. He’s played turnover-less football during that stretch as well, benefiting from a healthy Saquon Barkley in the process.

Daboll’s bunch has an intriguing game at the Jaguars in Week 7, considering the betting market has barely budged from Giants .

Arizona Cardinals ()

Similar to the Eagles, the Cardinals haven’t seen their number change over the last week. Nevertheless, they’re on the opposite end of the odds board, beginning the season at +2000.

Whether you’ve faded Arizona or not, Kyler Murray’s production has been borderline disturbing, accruing the 25th-lowest EPA + CPOE (Completion Percentage Over Expected) among all QBs. Even if his numbers improve with DeAndre Hopkins’ return, the defense won’t showcase a turnaround anytime soon. Despite blitzing at the league’s second-highest percentage (40.9%), their pressure rate has been inconsistent after losing Chandler Jones to the Raiders.

Don’t go running to back Kliff Kingsbury, who may not be around for much longer.

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