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Super Bowl 54 odds for all 12 NFL playoff teams

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The NFL Playoffs kick off in less than 24 hours, which means there are only 12 teams left standing in the race for the Lombardi Trophy.

Here’s a look at each team’s Super Bowl 54 odds heading into Wild Card weekend.

Odds courtesy of the Westgate SuperBook as of January 3, 2019.




Tennessee Titans – 50/1

The Titans have been one of the better teams in the league since handing over the reigns of their offense to Ryan Tannehill. They will be on the road on Wild Card weekend where they will have a legitimate at knocking off the defending Super Bowl champion Patriots.

Buffalo Bills – 50/1

The Bills (No. 5 seed in the AFC) are a scary matchup for any remaining team. Their defense is elite, and their offense is streaky. If things click for them, Bills Mafia could have plenty to celebrate over the next few weeks.

Philadelphia Eagles – 50/1

Thanks to an incredible coaching job by Doug Pederson, the Eagles were able to overcome a mountain of issues to win the NFC East. They host the Seahawks in the Wild Card round, but they are not considered a legitimate title threat at this point.




Houston Texans – 40/1

The Texans had an up-and-down regular season, but did enough to win their division and get themselves a home game in the Wild Card round. They are considered long shots, but make no mistake about it, this team is talented enough to sneak up on their opponents and pull off an upset or two.

Minnesota Vikings – 25/1

The Vikings (No. 6 in the NFC) have what could be their toughest potential test of the postseason on Wild Card weekend — a road game against the Saints.

If Minnesota can somehow leave New Orleans with a win, they have the talent to make a deep postseason run.

Seattle Seahawks – 14/1

If the Seahawks (No. 5 seed in the NFC) can find a way to get healthy, they have the makings of a Wild Card team that could make a Super Bowl run. They will open the postseason on the road against the Eagles.




Green Bay Packers – 14/1

The Packers have had moments of brilliance and moments of repugnance this year. Their 13-3 record was good enough to win the NFC North and lock up the No. 2 seed in the NFC, but not many pundits outside of Wisconsin are giving them much of a chance.

Kansas City Chiefs – 7/1

The Chiefs’ defense has been surprisingly stout over the last two months. They are the main benefactors of New England’s Week 17 melt down, which will gave them the No. 2 seed in the AFC and an extra week to get healthy. This team is a real threat this year.

New England Patriots – 6/1

The Pats are the No. 3 seed in the AFC after suffering a shocking (and embarrassing) loss to the Miami Dolphins in Week 17. The Patriots have looked downright bad (particularly on offense), but as we all know, Tom Brady and Bill Belichick are the best to ever do it in January.




New Orleans Saints – 5/1

Host the Vikings on Wild Card weekend. May be the most complete team in the league, but will have to win four games to hoist the Lombardi Trophy in February.

San Francisco 49ers – 7/2

No. 1 seed in the NFC, homefield advantage throughout the playoffs. Will host the lowest remaining NFC seed in the divisional round — which could mean a third meeting with the Seahawks.

Baltimore Ravens – 5/2

Best record in the NFL (14-2), No. 1 seed in the AFC. Homefield advantage throughout the postseason. Will play the lowest remaining seed in the Divisional round.




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