Updated Super Bowl Betting Odds: New Orleans Saints Make Huge Jump But Baltimore Remains Outright Favorite

Week 15 of the NFL regular season is in the books and it provided fans with non-stop excitement. Two new records were broken, and a few teams have slowed down, lowering their chances to win Super Bowl LIV.

The New Orleans Saints have moved ahead of the San Francisco 49ers, but the Baltimore Ravens remain the outright favorite.

Baltimore Ravens

The Ravens were able to extend their win streak to 10 games after defeating the New York Jets on Thursday night, improving their odds as the favorite to win the Super Bowl.

Led by quarterback and MVP favorite Lamar Jackson, the dual-threat quarterback has helped the Ravens with his passing ability while also being able to run the ball at an extreme pace. Jackson recently broke Michael Vick's single-season rushing record by a quarterback with 1,103 rushing yards and he leads the league with 33 passing touchdowns. The Ravens' win against the Jets also helped the team clinch a playoff spot for the second straight season.

Bovada currently has the Ravens listed at +225 odds while Fanduel and DraftKings give them +220 odds. Their most updated odds are similar to last week's, but Baltimore still remains the outright favorite. The Ravens will look to extend their win streak in their Week 16 game against the Cleveland Browns.

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New Orleans Saints

Despite going 1-1 in the last two games, the Saints have made a huge jump in the betting odds to win the Super Bowl, and it could be in part to the dominant performances by quarterback Drew Brees.

During Monday night's game against the Indianapolis Colts, Brees passed Peyton Manning to become the NFL leader in passing touchdowns with 541. Wide receiver Michael Thomas has also been a huge help to the Saints 11-3 season record, with 133 receptions and 8 touchdowns.

The Saints have clinched their playoff spot and won the NFC South while moving ahead of the San Francisco 49ers as the second favorite to win the Super Bowl. Bovada has the Saints tied with the New England Patriots at +600 odds while Fanduel and DraftKings list them at +550, the lone second favorite. The Saints face the Tennessee Titans in Week 16.

New England Patriots

The Patriots have lost two out of their last four, but remain in the top of Super Bowl candidates. After their win against the Cincinnati Bengals, they have clinched a playoff spot for the 11th straight season, setting a new NFL record. Led by quarterback Tom Brady, the Patriots will look to make their fourth straight Super Bowl appearance.

Bovada lists the Patriots at +600 odds while Fanduel and DraftKings have them at +650, behind the Saints. The Patriots will look to improve their 11-3 record against the Buffalo Bills during Week 16.

San Francisco 49ers

The 49ers have a major drop in their Super Bowl Betting odds. Just last week a few different sportsbooks had the team listed as the second favorite, but they have since been lowered to the fourth. The 49ers started off their season undefeated but have lost two of their last four. The odds have also been affected by the Seattle Seahawks, who have the same 11-3 record and are tied for first place in the NFC West.

Bovada and DraftKings give the 49ers +650 odds to win while Fanduel lists them at +700. Despite a loss in their most recent game, the 49ers clinched their playoff spot for the first time since 2013 and are set to take on the Los Angeles Rams in their upcoming Week 16 matchup.