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The biggest moves up and down the Super Bowl LII betting odds


NFL teams with a chance to win it all in Super Bowl LII.

The biggest moves up and down the Super Bowl LII betting odds
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There is still a month remaining in the NFL regular season and already football bettors have witnessed more surprises on the gridiron than years past. The 2017 campaign has brought some interesting and unexpected results, which has kept the Super Bowl bets on the move.

We take a glance and the biggest moves up and down the Big Game board, and if those NFL teams actually have a chance to win it all in Super Bowl LII.

Dallas Cowboys (Opened 10/1, Now 200/1)
The Cowboys were among the top picks to win the Super Bowl out of the NFC but watched their postseason hopes fracture when the league finally suspended stud running back Ezekiel Elliott six games – a suspension the Dallas standout fought until Week 10.

His absence, coupled with key injuries on both sides of the ball, sent the Cowboys into a three-game tailspin before a huge win over Washington at home Thursday. Dallas now faces back-to-back road games at New York and Oakland before Elliott is eligible to play in Week 16. The Cowboys will likely need to win out to secure a Wild Card spot, which will be especially tough with Seattle and Philadelphia in the final two games of the schedule.

New Orleans Saints (Opened 80/1, Now 16/1)
The Saints were mired in a 8-9 slump for three straight seasons and many expected the same or worst from New Orleans in 2017. However, the Saints have reinvented themselves. Once a pass-heavy playbook with little defense to back it up, New Orleans has formed one of the top rushing attacks in the league and boasts a defense giving up only 20.2 points per game.

The Saints sit tied atop the NFC South at 8-3, building that record with a eight-game winning streak between Week 3 and Week 11. However, New Orleans stumbled against the Rams last weekend and runs the risk of falling off the pace in the division should it lose to Carolina at home this Sunday. After that, New Orleans has two meetings with Atlanta as well as a home stand against the Jets and a season finale at Tampa Bay.

Green Bay Packers (Opened 12/1, Now 200/1)
Losing the best player in football will drastically change everything about a team, including its chances of hoisting the Lombardi Trophy. The Packers kissed their Super Bowl dreams goodbye when quarterback Aaron Rodgers went down with a broken collarbone in Week 6. Truth be told, Rodgers was really the one guy keeping the Packers competitive, with an inconsistent rushing attack and questionable defense hurting their chances.

The Packers, with Brett Hundley under center, have no shot of a postseason spot. Green Bay is 5-6 and well of the pace of the Vikings in the NFC North. Green Bay has won just once since Rodgers went down and finds itself playing three of its final five games on the road. The Cheeseheads are in Tampa Bay this weekend but could play the role of spoiler against upcoming opponents like Carolina, Minnesota, and Detroit.

Philadelphia Eagles (Opened 60/1, Move 9/2)
The Eagles are perhaps the biggest shocker of the 2017 NFL season. Philadelphia has bullied teams with great two-way football and an average margin of victory of 14.5 points per game. That’s not only helped push the Eagles up the Super Bowl futures board but has Philly bettors cashing in to the tune of a 9-2 ATS record.

The Eagles have arguably the deepest roster in the NFL and have proved they can absorb injuries better than most teams. Now that Philadelphia has some bodies coming back from ailments, its roster is even more built out and ready for a deep playoff run. The Eagles do face a stiff test with three straight road games, starting in Seattle this Sunday. Following that, they close at home against Oakland and Dallas.

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