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Super Bowl 53 Odds for Every NFL Team (Week 15)

Drew Brees: Super Bowl Odds

Drew Brees: Super Bowl Odds

The Saints offense has gone from unstoppable juggernaut to slumping question mark in the span of a couple of weeks. How quickly things can change in the NFL. But each contender has its own set of issues, and a scuffling win over the Bucs was enough to put the Saints back in the top spot in this week's Super Bowl odds report. Here's a look at the latest Vegas odds for NFL teams with their eye on Super Bowl LIII heading into Week 15. 

Super Bowl Odds

New Orleans Saints 7/4

Did Drew Brees and Dak Prescott switch bodies when the teams met in Dallas a couple of weeks ago? The last two weeks, Brees has thrown for 328 yards and two TDs. Combined.

Los Angeles Rams 7/2

The Rams apparently ran into the resurrected '85 Bears defense, as Jared Goff tossed four picks and Todd Gurley was held to 28 yards rushing. An easy three-game stretch to close the season should heal all wounds, though. 

Kansas City Chiefs9/2

No Kareem Hunt? No problem — at least, not that we could see, as the Chiefs piled up 441 yards against a tough Ravens defense. 

New England Patriots6/1

Against the Dolphins, the Hall of Fame quarterback let the first-half clock run out, and the Hall of Fame coach gave up a last-play miracle. Father Time remains undefeated, and he's closing in on the geezers in Foxboro.

Los Angeles Chargers8/1

It's only Week 15, and the Chargers already have more wins than Philip Rivers has kids — 10 to 9 (number nine is on the way).

Chicago Bears16/1

Mitchell Trubisky was shaky in his return, but if the Bears continue to play defense like they did against the Rams, he can struggle all he wants.

Dallas Cowboys 20/1

Five in a row for America's team as the Amari Cooper trade looks like the greatest in-season move in history. 

Houston Texans 20/1

Their nine-game win streak was snapped, but they still control the AFC South.

Pittsburgh Steelers 25/1

Seattle Seahawks 25/1

Baltimore Ravens40/1

Minnesota Vikings 50/1

Denver Broncos 100/1

Indianapolis Colts100/1

Tennessee Titans 100/1

Miami Dolphins200/1

Carolina Panthers 300/1

Green Bay Packers 300/1

Philadelphia Eagles 300/1

New York Giants1000/1

Washington Redskins1000/1

Cleveland Browns 2000/1

Detroit Lions 2000/1

Cincinnati Bengals 5000/1