Patriots vs. Rams: Super Bowl Odds & Point Spread Change Substantially


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It seems early Super Bowl bettors were impressed with what the New England Patriots and Tom Brady did in the AFC Championship Game. After knocking off the Kansas City Chiefs in overtime thanks to a stellar drive from Brady which was capped by a Rex Burkhead touchdown run, they were on their way to the big game. But they weren’t the early favorites, at least according to the opening point spread.

With a matchup between two high-scoring offenses in the Patriots and Los Angeles Rams set for the 2019 Super Bowl, it was the latter who was pegged as the early favorite. As Odds Shark revealed, the Rams were favored by -1.5 on Bet Online. Since that point, the line has drastically moved in just hours, with the popular belief being that Brady and company win yet another championship.

Let’s break down the latest odds and spread on the Super Bowl, as well as some insight into the matchup.


Latest Super Bowl 53 Odds: Patriots Become Favorites

*Note: All odds courtesy of Odds Shark with updates from Bet Online

Current Opening
Point Spread/Odds New England Patriots -2 (-104) Rams -1.5
Projected Total Over/Under 58 (-105) Over/Under 56

While this site has the line jumping to -2 in favor of the Patriots, others have them as -2 or even -2.5-point favorites currently. It’s a huge jump in just hours after New England’s overtime victory and shows what the public seems to think about Brady and company. Even beyond that, you can look at the fact that Odds Shark has 68 percent of the picks going in favor of the Patriots.

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