The NFL wrapped up Week 2 on Monday Night Football as the Packers thumped the Lions. Green Bay struggled early and actually trailed at the half. But Aaron Jones and Aaron Rodgers were having none of that as the team rebounded and pulled away in the second half. It remains to be seen if they’re completely back on track, but this was a big win for the Packers.
There are 15 weeks left in the NFL season and plenty is going to change not only between now and January, but frankly, just between today and a week from today. The Week 3 schedule features a couple huge matchups that feature current Super Bowl favorites. Below we’ve listed out current odds to win Super Bowl 56 for each team. Odds move week-to-week, so let’s take a look at the Week 3 schedule and the particularly notable matchups on the card.
This is the early front-runner for NFC title game preview. A year ago, the Bucs had just begun the Tom Brady era. Now, the Rams are in the early days of the Matthew Stafford era. It’s still early, but given the talent on the Rams defense, the Stafford trade might just put them over the top. This Week 3 matchup should be a barnburner.
The Packers were slow out of the gate against the Lions, a week removed from their ugly loss to the Saints. However, they turned it on in the second half as they look to right the ship. Next weekend, they face a potential playoff opponent when they travel to face the 49ers on Sunday Night Football.
Las Vegas opened as a 5.5-point favorite but the line came down with Derek Carr’s injury. He is questionable but the hope is he can go. This will be the Raiders first game as a favorite this season, and with a 2-0 record and the Dolphins unsure about Tua Tagovailoa’s status, this game could tell us more about how legit the Raiders are. If they can win this one handily, they more firmly enter the playoff conversation. If it’s ugly and they barely win, or take a loss, we won’t quite be ready to crown them as the surprise of the year.
The emergence of Jalen Hurts coupled with Dak Prescott’s return from injury makes for a fun QB competition to close out Week 3. And while the NFC East remains a big question, this could be one we look back on as critical if the Eagles can hang with Dallas in the divisional race come January.
Super Bowl 56 odds, Week 18
|Team||Week 1||Week 17||Week 18|
|Team||Week 1||Week 17||Week 18|
|Green Bay Packers||+1300||+450||+400|
|Kansas City Chiefs||+500||+400||+500|
|Tampa Bay Buccaneers||+600||+600||+750|
|Los Angeles Rams||+1400||+850||+900|
|New England Patriots||+3500||+1200||+1600|
|San Francisco 49ers||+1400||+3500||+3500|
|Los Angeles Chargers||+3000||+4000||+3500|
|Las Vegas Raiders||+10000||+10000||+10000|
|New Orleans Saints||+3000||+10000||+15000|
|Washington Football Team||+5000||+25000||OTB|
|New York Giants||+8000||OTB||OTB|
|New York Jets||+15000||OTB||OTB|
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