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How to Bet on the Super Bowl: Super Bowl 53 Betting Odds and Predictions

The Super Bowl is one of the most popular gambling days of the year and as gambling laws change in favor of bettors, that’s only going to rind more true as time goes on.

The Super Bowl will make its third trip to Atlanta on Feb. 3, 2019. This will be the first Super Bowl played in Mercedes-Benz Stadium, as the previous two (Super Bowl XXVIII, Super Bowl XXXIV) were played in the recently demolished Georgia Dome.

Though the game won’t take place for another six months, Super Bowl bets can already be placed. Odds are available for all 32 teams, though they will change throughout the season.

Betting on Super Bowl 53 now is similar to making a single-game moneyline bet. For example, let’s say you placed a $100 bet on the New England Patriots to win the Super Bowl at +400 odds. If the Patriots did indeed win, you would get your original $100 stake back plus $400 in profit.

Since picking the Super Bowl champion in August is difficult, any correct choice would land a decent profit. But there would be no bigger win than the Cleveland Browns, who have the longest odds at +10,000.

So, who should you bet on? Is it better to trust a tried and true contender, or take a bigger risk for a bigger payday?

The odds of the Philadelphia Eagles winning the Super Bowl were +5,000 at this time last year. Will something like that happen again? Here’s all the information you need to place a wager on Super Bowl LIII.

The odds listed first are the updated numbers, while the odds in parentheses are from February.

New England Patriots +600 (+400)

The Patriots are still the favorites to win the Super Bowl, though they were 4/1 back in February after their Super Bowl loss to the Eagles. That isn’t much of a change, but Tom Brady just turned 41 and he has an almost entirely new receiving corps. No Danny Amendola, no Brandin Cooks and no Dion Lewis out of the backfield. Julian Edelman is back, but he is suspended for the first four games.

Barring a significant injury, you probably won’t see a better number for New England. They’ve won the AFC Championship each of the last two seasons and they are heavily favored to win the AFC East. If New England earns home field advantage throughout the AFC playoffs, they will be heavily favored to reach a third straight Super Bowl.

Los Angeles Rams +1000 (+1900)

First-year coach Sean McVay led the Rams to a breakout season in 2017 and they would have been a Super Bowl contender had they not made any roster moves. However, Los Angeles added Aqib Talib, Ndamukong Suh and Brandin Cooks to an already loaded roster.

Three NFC teams are tied at 10/1 for the best odds in the conference. The Rams won’t be flying under the radar this season, so the pressure will be on McVay and Jared Goff to deliver.

Minnesota Vikings +1000 (+1200)

Acquiring Kirk Cousins shifted the odds slightly for the Vikings. Cousins is replacing Case Keenum, who led Minnesota to an appearance in the NFC title game a year ago. Dalvin Cook returns from injury, so this could be an improved offense. The Vikings already have one of the best defenses in the league and they will likely be a contender again in 2018.

Pittsburgh Steelers +1000 (+900)

The Steelers still have one of the best offensive trios in the league with Antonio Brown, Le’Veon Bell and Ben Roethlisberger. Big Ben started showing some signs of age last year, but this is still a very talented roster capable of competing for the Super Bowl.

Philadelphia Eagles +1000 (+800)

The last time any team repeated as Super Bowl champions was in 2004 when the Patriots beat the Eagles. Philadelphia has one of the best rosters in the league again, though it’s unclear when Carson Wentz will see the field after last year’s ACL injury.

Philadelphia will be prohibitive favorites in the NFC East and they should be playoff bound barring a Super Bowl hangover. It will be very challenging to navigate through a loaded NFC, but the Eagles have the roster and the coaching to get it done.

Green Bay Packers +1400 (+1000)

As long as Aaron Rodgers is at the helm, the Packers will be among the Super Bowl favorites. Nevertheless, Green Bay hasn’t been particularly close in recent years. Rodgers was injured last season, but overall, the roster simply hasn’t been great.

Rodgers hasn’t had many playmakers on offense in the last few seasons, and Jordy Nelson is now with the Raiders. Jimmy Graham should help at tight end, and Davante Adams emerged as a viable deep threat. Making the playoffs won’t be easy, but if they can get there, Rodgers is capable of taking them the distance.

Atlanta Falcons +1600 (+1800)

While the Falcons didn’t necessarily have a Super Bowl hangover after their devastating loss in Super Bowl LI to the Patriots, they still weren’t quite as sharp last year. Losing offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan hurt, and the offense wasn’t in sync for most of the year.

Even so, Atlanta still managed to make the playoffs, and they won an opening round game on the road against the Rams. The Falcons also nearly beat the Eagles in Philadelphia the next week. Offensively, there aren’t many teams with better personnel. The defense should also be solid. The NFC South is a very tough division, but Atlanta has a better overall roster than New Orleans or Carolina.

Houston Texans +1600 (+2000)

Deshaun Watson and JJ Watt are back from injury, and their presence automatically turns Houston into a playoff contender. It’s surprising to see the Texans listed so highly among the Super Bowl contenders — tied for the third-best odds in the AFC for that matter. They’re in a tough division, but the schedule is a bit easier than other divisional rivals.

Jacksonville Jaguars + 1600 (+2200)

The Jaguars were only a few plays away from playing in the Super Bowl last season. Despite Blake Bortles’ inefficiencies at quarterback, the Jags were still a threat due to a strong running game and a loaded defense.

The defense should be great again, and if Bortles can simply not make mistakes, Jacksonville will be in the mix in the AFC.

Los Angeles Chargers +1600 (+3300)

The Chargers had a horrendous start to the season in 2017, but they still managed to win nine games. Many consider them the favorites in the AFC West, and they have a very deep and talented roster. If they’re better in close games, this is a team to watch out for in 2018.

New Orleans Saints +1600 (+1700)

New Orleans was literally one play away from playing in the NFC title game a year ago. Drew Brees turns 40 in January, but he still looked sharp and the offense was as balanced as ever with Alvin Kamara in the backfield.

Three teams from the NFC South made the postseason last year, and it will likely be a very tough division again this fall. But the Saints have a very solid roster and they are a threat to make a playoff run.

Oakland Raiders +1800 (+3000)

Jon Gruden is back, and there has been plenty of action on the Raiders since Super Bowl odds were released in February. Derek Carr now has Jordy Nelson and Martavis Bryant to throw to on the outside, and this should be a better team.

Nevertheless, Gruden hasn’t coached in a decade, and the defense still has plenty of holes. Expecting a Super Bowl run might be a bit much for Gruden’s first year back on the sidelines.

San Francisco 49ers +2000 (+2500)

Oakland isn’t the only Bay area team with high expectations entering 2018. The 49ers closed the 2017 season strong with Jimmy Garoppolo, and many expect them to be a playoff team in 2018.

Even still, that might be a lot to ask of this 49ers squad. They should be improved, but the NFC is loaded with quality teams, and it will be very tough for San Francisco to make the playoffs. It’s certainly possible, but Garoppolo will have to play at an MVP level for this team to make the leap.

Kansas City Chiefs +2000 (+2800)

Patrick Mahomes is taking over for Alex Smith, and while he has the upside, it might be a difficult transition for both him and Andy Reid at first. The Chiefs have made the playoffs in three straight seasons. They’re more of a wild card this year than in recent years with Mahomes, but Reid is among the very best coaches in the league. So, don’t be surprised if the Chiefs are in the playoff hunt.

New York Giants +2000 (+6000)

The Giants were atrocious last year in pretty much every way possible. Seeing them at 20/1 is a bit surprising consider they were 3-13 and Eli Manning looked below average. Saquon Barkley will certainly help the offense become more balanced, and he will take pressure off of Manning.

New coach Pat Shurmur should also help the offense, and he was terrific as the offensive coordinator in Minnesota. The Giants are usually good when it’s least expected, but it will still be very surprising if they make a Super Bowl run.

Detroit Lions +2500 (+4100)

New coach Matt Patricia certainly has the coaching pedigree after spending years under Bill Belichick. He inherits one of the best quarterbacks in the league in Matthew Stafford, and the Lions were a pretty decent team in 2017.

Nonetheless, 25/1 is too high for Detroit. Minnesota and Green Bay will likely be better teams, and Chicago has a better roster top to bottom. The Lions could be a good team, but they aren’t making the Super Bowl.

Tennessee Titans +2500 (+4100)

The Titans made the playoffs, upset the Chiefs, and then proceeded to fire coach Mike Mularkey. Mike Vrabel takes over and he has a very solid roster to work with.

The AFC South has been down in recent years, but it could be making a resurgence this year. Jacksonville, Houston and Tennessee should all be playoff caliber teams, and Indianapolis should be improved if Luck is healthy. The Titans will be good, but it’s hard to imagine them making a deep playoff run.

Dallas Cowboys +3000 (+2100)

After a terrific 13-3 campaign in 2016, the Cowboys were only 9-7 last year. They decided to let go of receiver Dez Bryant, and longtime tight end Jason Witten opted to retire. That doesn’t leave Dak Prescott with many weapons, and Dallas will need to be great defensively to help Prescott and the offense.

Perhaps the Cowboys make the playoffs, but they aren’t making the Super Bowl. There are at least five or six teams with better rosters in the NFC, and it’s hard to see Jason Garrett guiding this team deep into the playoffs.

Seattle Seahawks +4000 (+2400)

The vaunted Legion of Boom from five years ago just isn’t there anymore in Seattle. Last year, it was up to Russell Wilson to keep the Seahawks in games, and he was playing behind one of the worst offensive lines in the league. This isn’t a very good roster anymore, and they will go as far as Wilson can take them on his own. He almost has a Rodgers-type impact on his team, but it will be a challenge for him to get the Seahawks back into the postseason.

Denver Broncos +4000 (+3500)

The Broncos were 5-11 last year, and they addressed their quarterback woes by bringing in Case Keenum. Now, Keenum had a great season with Minnesota, but is he the answer to what Denver was missing last year?

The Broncos were still good defensively, but they weren’t dominant like they were the year they won the Super Bowl. Keenum will help, but it’s difficult to see this team winning more than eight or nine games.

Carolina Panthers +4000 (+2300)

It was a bit surprising to see how much Carolina’s odds have changed since February. Not much changed for the team overall. They added another receiver for Cam Newton in first-roucnd pick DJ Moore. Newton is healthy and so is Greg Olsen.

The Panthers won 11 games last year and lost in the first round to New Orleans. Maybe this isn’t a Super Bowl team, but they should still be a playoff contender. If Newton is better than he was a season ago — and he wasn’t healthy to start last season — then Carolina is capable of having a very good squad.

Washington Redskins +5000 (+6200)

Washington swapped Kirk Cousins for Alex Smith, which probably doesn’t impact the Super Bowl odds that much. It’s a slightly more experienced roster, and it wouldn’t be shocking to see the Redskins in the playoff hunt late in the season. It would be shocking to see Washington play for the Super Bowl.

Baltimore Ravens +5000 (+4200)

Baltimore just missed out on the playoffs last year, and John Harbaugh’s job might be on the line this fall. Joe Flacco’s job might be too, for that matter. The Ravens drafted Lamar Jackson in the first round, and he might challenge Flacco for the starting job if the former Super Bowl MVP is struggling again.

Indianapolis Colts +6000 (+4000)

All signs point toward Andrew Luck playing this year. If he’s ready to go and hasn’t lost a step, the Colts should probably have slightly better odds than 60/1. But it’s impossible to know if Luck is healthy considering he didn’t play last year. Until he’s actually on the field and producing at a high level, it’s probably wise to steer clear of the Colts.

Cleveland Browns +8000 (+10000)

Prediction: Cleveland will actually win a game this year. No, that’s not saying much, but in all seriousness, the roster is much improved and this should be a more competitive team. No, they aren’t winning a Super Bowl. However, there should be signs of progress this fall for the Browns.

Cincinnati Bengals +8000 (+8100)

Not much has changed this offseason in Cincinnati. They somehow won seven games a year ago, and they could be around .500 again this year. Marvin Lewis still hasn’t won a playoff game, so it’s hard to imagine the Bengals contending for a Super Bowl.

Miami Dolphins +8000 (+6300)

Ryan Tannehill is back … It’s up to you to decide whether that’s a good thing or a bad thing. Head coach Adam Gase led the Dolphins to the playoffs two seasons ago, but they took a step backward last year. The 2018 season could be another tough year for Miami.

Buffalo Bills +8000 (+8000)

Buffalo ended its nearly two-decade long playoff drought last year. Regardless, all signs point toward regression in 2018. It’s an inexperienced roster, and it will probably be a rebuilding year for the franchise.

Chicago Bears +8000 (+8200)

The Bears won five games last year, and they added more weapons around Mitch Trubisky. Allen Robinson will help the offense tremendously, and new coach Matt Nagy has spent his entire coaching career under quarterback guru Andy Reid. Chicago isn’t winning the Super Bowl, but they will be improved.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers +8000 (+3800)

The Bucs were one of the most disappointing teams in the league in 2017, and 2018 doesn’t appear to be promising either. Jameis Winston is suspended for the first three games, and Ryan Fitzpatrick will start in his place. Dirk Koetter is a candidate to be the first coach fired — especially if Tampa starts the season poorly.

New York Jets +8000 (+9000)

It’s still unclear how Todd Bowles managed to win five games last year with the Jets. A 5-11 record isn’t good, but last year’s Jets roster was abysmal. Unfortunately for Bowles, it’s still not a particularly good roster, but there is some young talent who could make this team competitive.

Arizona Cardinals +10000 (+4300)

Oddsmakers are expecting a rebuilding year in Arizona. Sam Bradford will likely be the starter to begin the season, but it wouldn’t be surprising to see Josh Rosen at some point. First-year head coach Steve Wilks has his hands full this fall with the Cardinals.

Super Bowl Best Bet: Falcons +1600

New England is favored for a reason, and they’re the team to beat as long as Bill Belichick and Tom Brady are with the franchise. But the contender with the best value is Atlanta at +1600. The Falcons will be improved on offense in Steve Sarkisian’s second season as offensive coordinator, and they added another weapon for Matt Ryan in the first round of the draft in Calvin Ridley.

They’re only one year removed from nearly winning the Super Bowl The way they bounced back and won a playoff game last year was impressive, and they have the team to contend for the Super Bowl again in 2018.

Super Bowl 53 Predictions

AFC Conference Analysis

It seems the Patriots are always the year in and year out favorite, and rightfully so, their division (AFC East) is considered to be one of the weakest, giving them almost a free ride to the playoffs each season. They also have one of, if not the, greatest quarterback and head coach combination with Tom Brady and Bill Belichick. Chances are New England will be in Atlanta come February 3.

As for who could possibly knock them out, the Pittsburgh Steelers are the second highest AFC team, but with an aging quarterback in Ben Roethlisburger and a question mark at running back with Le’Veon Bell, the Steelers are a true gamble.

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The third highest AFC team is the Houston Texans. They were one of the best teams once rookie Deshaun Watson took midway through the first game, but a knee injury ended his season and the Texans hopes. All signs point to him being ready for 2018-19, but it’s always iffy when dealing with a knee injury.

The Jacksonville Jaguars are sitting at +2,200, a surprise given they were close to knocking off the Patriots in the AFC Championship Game and going to their first Super Bowl in franchise history. If anyone looks ready to knockout the Patriots, it’s the Jaguars.

NFC Conference Analysis

The NFC is a bit more balanced with the defending Super Bowl champions the Philadelphia Eagles being the  favorite to return to the Super Bowl.

The Eagles ran the table in the playoffs despite not having starting quarterback Carson Wentz. Backup Nick Foles played out of his mind in the Super Bowl to help the Eagles win their first in franchise history.

Wentz will be back, but the questions are when and will Foles be able to carry it over into this season when needed. If Wentz is healthy, the Eagles are clearly the best in the NFC and if not, they may still be the best.

The Green Bay Packers are right behind the Eagles, which could be a surprise seeing the Packers didn’t make the playoffs last season, but it’s only surprise if you haven’t heard of Aaron Rodgers.

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The leader of the Pack is back after collarbone injury, he came back for a game last year but went back out after Green Bay was eliminated from postseason contention.

With Rodgers, the sky is the limit for the Packers, but there has been a lot of turnover in the coaching staff. Whether it’s for the better is to be seen.

The Minnesota Vikings were a game from playing in the Super Bowl in front of their home crowd, but the Eagles demolished them in the NFC Championship Game. Still, the Vikings have a new quarterback in Kirk Cousins, but who knows if that’s an improvement after how well Case Keenum played last season.

The New Orleans Saints now have a running game and good defense, something quarterback Drew Brees has done well without. With the weapons and the help from the defense, Brees is sure to have an outstanding season.

The Los Angeles Rams are also a great pick with defense led by the front line of Ndamukong Suh and Aaron Donald.

The offense was great as well last year with Todd Gurley at running back and Jared Goff showing why he was picked No. 1 ahead of Wentz.

The Atlanta Falcons nearly won it all two seasons ago and will be a solid pick as well, but unlike the Patriots, they have to face one of the toughest divisions in the NFC South that includes the Saints, Carolina Panthers and Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

Super Bowl Betting Sleepers

Looking at the bottom 16 of the Super Bowl betting odds list, there are some contenders.

Not the Cleveland Browns, however it could be smart to pick the over on their win total, but the New York Giants at +6,000.

The Giants were one of the favorites going into 2017, but injuries tarnished their season from the start. They are healthy now and probably should be much higher on the list.

If Andrew Luck can get on the field, the Indianapolis Colts will make a leap up the list sitting at +4,000 now. That is a big question though. If Luck is back to full strength, and the Colts truly improved their offensive line and secondary, Indy could be one of the best in a weak AFC.

 

Super Bowl Odds History

Super Bowl

Matchup

Spread

Total

Score

ATS

O/U

52

NE/PHI

NE -5.5

48

      PHI 41 – NE 33

Underdog

 Over

51

NE/ATL

NE -3

57.5

NE 34 – ATL 28 (OT)

Favorite

Over

50

CAR/DEN

CAR -5

43.5

DEN 24 – CAR 10

Underdog

Under

49

SEA/NE

PK

47.5

NE 28 – SEA 24

—-

Over

48

SEA/DEN

DEN -2.5

47.5

SEA 43 – DEN 8

Underdog

Over

47

SF/BAL

SF -4.5

48

BAL 34 – SF 31

Underdog

Over

46

NYG/NE

NE -2.5

53

NYG 21 – NE 17

Underdog

Under

45

GB/PIT

GB -3

45

GB 31 – PIT 25

Favorite

Over

44

NO/IND

IND -5

57

NO 31 – IND 17

Underdog

Under

43

PIT/AZ

PIT -7

46

PIT 27 – AZ 23

Underdog

Over

42

NYG/NE

NE -12

55

NYG 17 – NE 14

Underdog

Under

41

IND/CHI

IND -7

47

IND 29 – CHI 17

Favorite

Under

40

PIT/SEA

PIT -4

47

PIT 21 – SEA 10

Favorite

Under

39

NE/PHI

NE -7

46.5

NE 24 – PHI 21

Underdog

Under

38

NE/CAR

NE -7

37.5

NE 32 – CAR 29

Underdog

Over

37

TB/OAK

OAK -4

44

TB 48 – OAK 21

Underdog

Over

36

NE/STL

STL -14

53

NE 20 – STL 17

Underdog

Under

35

BAL/NYG

BAL -3

33

BAL 34 – NYG 7

Favorite

Over

34

STL/TEN

STL -7

45

STL 23 – TEN 16

Push

Under

33

DEN/ATL

DEN -7.5

52.5

DEN 34 – ATL 19

Favorite

Over

32

DEN/GB

GB -11

49

DEN 31 – GB 24

Underdog

Over

31

GB/NE

GB -14

49

GB 35 – NE 21

Push

Over

30

DAL/PIT

DAL -13.5

51

DAL 27 – PIT 17

Underdog

Under

29

SF/SD

SF -18.5

53.5

SF 49 – SD 26

Favorite

Over

28

DAL/BUF

DAL -10.5

50.5

DAL 30 – BUF 13

Favorite

Under

27

DAL/BUF

DAL -6.5

44.5

DAL 52 – BUF 17

Favorite

Over

26

WAS/BUF

WAS -7

49

WAS 27 – BUF 24

Favorite

Over

25

NYG/BUF

BUF -7

40.5

NYG 20 – BUF 19

Underdog

Under

24

SF/DEN

SF -12

48

SF 55 – DEN 10

Favorite

Over

23

SF/CIN

SF -7

48

SF 20 – CIN 16

Underdog

Under

22

WAS/DEN

DEN -3

47

WAS 42 – DEN 10

Underdog

Over

21

NYG/DEN

NYG -9.5

40

NYG 39 – DEN 20

Favorite

Over

20

CHI/NE

CHI -10

37.5

CHI 46 – NE 10

Favorite

Over

19

SF/MIA

SF -3.5

53.5

SF 38 – MIA 16

Favorite

Over

18

LA/WAS

WAS -3

48

LA 38 – WAS 9

Favorite

Under

17

WAS/MIA

MIA -3

36.5

WAS 27 – MIA 17

Underdog

Over

16

SF/CIN

SF -1

48

SF 26 – CIN 21

Favorite

Under

15

OAK/PHI

PHI -3

37.5

OAK 27 – PHI 10

Underdog

Under

14

PIT/LA

PIT -10.5

36

PIT 31 – LA 19

Favorite

Over

13

PIT/DAL

PIT -3.5

37

PIT 35 – DAL 31

Favorite

Over

12

DAL/DEN

DAL -6

39

DAL 27 – DEN 10

Favorite

Under

11

OAK/MIN

OAK -4

38

OAK 34 – MIN 14

Favorite

Over

10

PIT/DAL

PIT -7

36

PIT 21 – DAL 7

Underdog

Over

9

PIT/MIN

PIT -3

33

PIT 16 – MIN 6

Favorite

Under

8

MIA/MIA

MIA -6.5

33

MIA 24 – MIN 7

Favorite

Under

7

MIA/WAS

MIA -1

33

MIA 14 – WAS 7

Favorite

Under

6

DAL/MIA

DAL -6

34

DAL 24 – MIA 3

Favorite

Under

5

BAL/DAL

BAL -2.5

36

BAL 16 – DAL 13

Favorite

Under

4

KC/MIN

MIN -12

39

KC 23 – MIN 7

Underdog

Under

3

NYJ/BAL

BAL -18

40

NYJ 16 – BAL 7

Underdog

Under

2

GB/OAK

GB -13.5

43

GB 33 – OAK 14

Favorite

Over

1

GB/KC

GB -14

N/A

GB 35 – KC 10

Favorite

N/A

Super Bowl All-Time Betting Records

  • The most points ever scored by a single team in the Super Bowl is 55 (49ers, Super Bowl 24)
  • The most total points ever scored in a Super Bowl is 75 (49ers/Chargers, Super Bowl 29)
  • The fewest points ever scored by a single team in the Super Bowl is 3 (Dolphins, Super Bowl 6)
  • The fewest total points ever scored in a Super Bowl is 23 (Jets/Colts, Super Bowl 3)
  • The biggest point spread in Super Bowl history is -18.5 (49ers vs. Chargers, Super Bowl 29)
  • The smallest point spread in Super Bowl history is PK (Seahawks vs. Patriots, Super Bowl 49)
  • The highest total in Super Bowl history is 57.5 (Patriots vs. Falcons, Super Bowl 51)
  • The lowest total in Super Bowl history is 33 (four times)
  • The biggest upset in Super Bowl history was +18 (Jets, Super Bowl 3)
  • The biggest cover in ATS history was by 37.5 points (Seahawks, Super Bowl 48)
  • The biggest margin of victory in Super Bowl history was 45 (49ers, Super Bowl 24)

Super Bowl ATS Trends

  • Favored teams are 27-24-1 ATS in the Super Bowl
  • Favored teams are 33-18 SU in the Super Bowl
  • The Over is 27-24 in the Super Bowl
  • Underdog teams are 12-5 ATS since Super Bowl 36
  • The Under is 7-7 since Super Bowl 39
  • NFC teams are 27-25 in the Super Bowl

Team Records in the Super Bowl

Team

Appearances

SU Record

ATS Record

O/U Record

Arizona Cardinals

1

0-1

1-0

1-0

Atlanta Falcons

2

0-2

0-2

2-0

Baltimore Ravens

2

2-0

2-0

2-0

Buffalo Bills

4

0-4

0-4

2-2

Carolina Panthers

2

0-2

1-1

1-1

Chicago Bears

2

1-1

1-1

1-1

Cincinnati Bengals

2

0-2

1-1

0-2

Cleveland Browns

0

0-0

0-0

0-0

Dallas Cowboys

8

5-3

5-3

3-5

Denver Broncos

8

3-5

3-5

6-2

Detroit Lions

0

0-0

0-0

0-0

Green Bay Packers

5

4-1

3-1-1

4-0

Houston Texans

0

0-0

0-0

0-0

Indianapolis Colts

4

2-2

2-2

0-4

Jacksonville Jaguars

0

0-0

0-0

0-0

Kansas City Chiefs

2

1-1

1-1

0-1

Los Angeles Rams

3

1-2

0-2-1

1-2

Miami Dolphins

5

2-3

2-3

2-3

Minnesota Vikings

4

0-4

0-4

0-4

New England Patriots

9

5-4

3-5-1

5-4

New Orleans Saints

1

1-0

1-0

0-1

New York Giants

5

4-1

4-1

2-3

New York Jets

1

1-0

1-0

0-1

Oakland Raiders

5

3-2

3-2

3-2

Philadelphia Eagles

3

1—2

1—2

1—2

Pittsburgh Steelers

8

6-2

5-3

5-3

San Diego Chargers

1

0-1

0-1

1-0

Seattle Seahawks

3

1-2

1-2

2-1

San Francisco 49ers

6

5-1

4-2

4-2

Tampa Bay Buccaneers

1

1-0

1-0

1-0

Tennessee Titans

1

0-1

0-0-1

0-1

Washington Redskins

5

3-2

3-2

3-2

Super Bowl Team Trends

  • -The most appearances in the Super Bowl is 9 (Patriots)
  • -The fewest appearances in the Super Bowl is 0 (Jaguars, Texans, Lions, Browns)
  • -The most wins in the Super Bowl is 6 (Steelers)
  • -The most appearances in the Super Bowl without a loss is 2 (Ravens)
  • -The most appearances in the Super Bowl without a win is 4 (Vikings, Bills)
  • -The most Over games in the Super Bowl is 6 (Broncos)
  • -The most Under games in the Super Bowl is 5 (Cowboys)

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