Super Bowl 58 Odds: Divisional Round Bracket and Latest Rankings

Then there were eight.

Fourteen teams entered the NFL postseason last week, and six were eliminated in the wild-card round. Now that the divisional round bracket is set, the latest odds are out for the Super Bowl 58 champion following a first round that was full of surprises.

Unsurprisingly, the two teams that hold the No. 1 seed in their respective conferences, the San Francisco 49ers and Baltimore Ravenslead the way. However, the remaining six teams have some slight variance in how they stack up relative to their seeding.

Here’s where all eight teams rank based on their Super Bowl 58 odds as of Tuesday morning, courtesy of BetMGM.

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8. Houston Texans (+3000)

Previously: 10 (+4000)

Taking down one of the league’s top defenses in a commanding, 45-14 win over the Browns wasn’t enough to significantly boost the Texans’ Super Bowl odds. Perhaps that’s because they’ll face one of the NFL’s best, most well-rounded teams in the No. 1-seeded Ravens in the divisional round.

T-6. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (+2800)

Previously: 12 (+6600)

The Buccaneers sneaked into the playoffs with a Week 18 win that gave them the division title in the NFL’s weakest conference – the NFC South. Nevertheless, they took care of business against the Eagles at home in the wild-card round and have better odds because of it.

T-6. Green Bay Packers (+2800)

Previously: 13 (+8000)

As the NFC’s No. 7 seed, the Packers faced the second-longest odds to win the Super Bowl going into last weekend. A stunning beatdown of the Cowboys in a road upset has boosted those chances.

5. Detroit Lions (+900)

Previously: 8 (+2000)

The Lions recorded their first playoff win since 1992 and, thanks to some help from the Packers, will get to host another playoff game in the divisional round. That’s helped their odds jump significantly.

4. Kansas City Chiefs (+700)

Previously: 5 (+900)

Despite their struggles down the home stretch of the regular season, the Chiefs took care of business at home with a 26-7 wild-card win over the Dolphins.

3. Buffalo Bills (+500)

Previously: 3 (+650)

The Bills’ late-season push to win the AFC East worked out in their favor. They defeated the Steelers in their wild-card game at home, and now they’ll host the Chiefs, forcing Patrick Mahomes to play in his first road playoff game.

2. Baltimore Ravens (+275)

Previously: 2 (+325)

Baltimore clinched the No. 1 seed in the AFC and earned a bye with their 13-4 regular season record. They are favorites to win their conference with +120 odds.

1. San Francisco 49ers (+175)

Previously: 1 (+225)

The 49ers hold the top seed in the NFC and earned a first-round bye with their 12-5 regular season record. Their odds got even better after the wild-card round thanks to a Packers upset of the Cowboys. They are odds-on favorites to win the conference, at -190 odds.

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2024-01-16 18:09:20
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