New England Patriots Super Bowl Odds Update

Written By Caleb Tallman on September 28, 2022
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We are three weeks into the NFL season, and there have already been plenty of exciting and intriguing storylines worth following. Massachusetts’ team, the New England Patriots, suffered a tough Week 3 loss at home against the Baltimore Ravens. To make matters worse, quarterback Mac Jones went down with a leg injury late in the 4th quarter.

The Ravens were 2.5-point favorites, and not only did they win the game outright, but they covered the small point spread. With a final score of 37-26, the over 43.5 cashed with relative ease. The loss knocked New England to 1-2 SU and 1-2 ATS on the season.

How did the win affect New England’s Super Bowl odds? Let’s take a look:

New England Patriots Super Bowl Odds

The Patriots started the season with +8000 odds to win Super Bowl LVII on DraftKings Sportsbook. With a 1-2 record after Week 3, the Pats have odds of +10000 on DraftKings. The chart below shows New England’s Super Bowl odds at various sports betting platforms as we enter Week 4:

Sportsbook Patriots Super Bowl Odds

If you are looking for the Pats to go all the way, the best value in the Super Bowl market is at +10000 on DraftKings, FanDuel, BetMGM, and PointsBet. Those +10000 odds rank New England 23rd out of 32 NFL teams on BetMGM’s Super Bowl market.

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Updated Week 4 New England Patriots Team Futures

SportsbookPatriots AFC ChampionshipPatriots AFC East Division ChampionshipPatriots Season Win Totals

After their Week 3 loss, New England’s Super Bowl odds got longer. In addition, so did their AFC championship odds and AFC East division odds. Jones’ injury does not help the cause. The best value play for New England to win the AFC championship is +5000 at DraftKings and BetMGM. The best value for winning the AFC East is +3000 at Caesars.

New England’s win total has shifted in recent weeks, but as of Wednesday, September 28, there are no odds available for Patriots win totals on most notable sportsbooks. This is most likely due to Jones’ injury, as sportsbooks are waiting to hear the exact amount of time he is going to miss.

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Patriots Week 4 Matchup vs Green Bay

  • Patriots: 1-2 SU, 1-2 ATS, 1-2 O/U
  • Packers: 2-1 SU, 2-1 ATS, 0-3 O/U

The Patriots hit the road this week to face the Green Bay Packers at Lambeau Field. The Packers are led by QB Aaron Rodgers, who has won back-to-back NFL MVP Awards. As of Wednesday, it appears that Jones will miss some time with a high ankle sprain, meaning veteran QB Brian Hoyer is likely to get the start for New England. Hoyer has been in the NFL since 2009, and is on his third different stint with the Patriots. In his career, Hoyer has thrown for 10,631 yards, 53 touchdowns, 35 interceptions, and has posted a passer rating of 82.7.

Oddsmakers aren’t giving the Pats much love, as they are double-digit underdogs at most notable sportsbooks. The chart below shows the odds for this Week 4 matchup:

SportsbookSpreadMoneylineTotal (Over/Under)
DraftKingsPatriots +9.5 (-110)
Packers -9.5 (-110)
Patriots (+370)
Packers (-460)
Over 40.5 (-110)
Under 40.5 (-110)
FanDuelPatriots +10 (-114)
Packers -10 (-106)
Patriots (+370)
Packers (-480)
Over 40.5 (-108)
Under 40.5 (-112)
CaesarsPatriots +9.5 (-110)
Packers -9.5 (-110)
Patriots (+360)
Packers (-480)
Over 40.5 (-110)
Under 40.5 (-110)
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