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Super Bowl 52 odds for 2018 championship

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The Super Bowl ended last night in overtime for the first time. Sounds like a perfect time to look to next year’s championship.

Los Angeles Rams v Minnesota Vikings Photo by Hannah Foslien/Getty Images

The 2016-2017 NFL season is over with last night’s New England Patriots comeback win over the Atlanta Falcons to win Super Bowl LI. Officially, the league year does not end until March 9, when contracts roll over to the next year and free agency begins. That does not mean we cannot already start looking toward Super Bowl LII and who will claim the Lombardi Trophy in Minneapolis’ U.S. Bank Stadium next February.

Immediately following the conclusion of Super Bowl LI, Pregame.com released their odds for who would be crowns the 2017-2018 NFL champion at the conclusion of Super Bowl LII. The Patriots were easily installed as the favorites at 7/1, while the Falcons, Dallas Cowboys, and Green Bay Packers, all NFC teams, were tied with the second-best set of odds at 12/1. The Seattle Seahawks, at 15/1, claimed the fifth position.

The second-highest AFC team are the Denver Broncos at 17/1, the sixth best set of odds, with the Pittsburgh Steelers, and Oakland Raiders just behind them at 18/1. The Kansas City Chiefs and New York Giants, tied at 20/1, round out the top ten.

The Miami Dolphins, who earned their first playoff berth since 2008 this past season, are listed at 50/1, tied with the Tennessee Titans for the 19th best odds. Rounding out the AFC East, the Buffalo Bills are 80/1 and the New York Jets are 150/1.

The Cleveland Browns and San Francisco 49ers are the longest shots to win next year’s Super Bowl at 400/1.

The full listing of Super Bowl LII odds is below:

Patriots 7/1

Falcons 12/1
Cowboys 12/1
Packers 12/1

Seahawks 15/1

Broncos 17/1

Steelers 18/1
Raiders 18/1

Chiefs 20/1
Giants 20/1

Colts 30/1
Panthers 30/1

Cardinals 35/1
Vikings 35/1

Buccaneers 40/1
Texans 40/1

Ravens 42/1

Eagles 48/1

Dolphins 50/1
Titans 50/1

Redskins 60/1

Bengals 70/1
Lions 70/1

Saints 75/1

Chargers 80/1
Bills 80/1

Jaguars 100/1

Bears 125/1

Rams 150/1
Jets 150/1

Browns 400/1
49ers 400/1