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Patriots Odds Are The Longest They've Been All Season

After back-to-back defeats, the Patriots are no longer favorites for the Super Bowl
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The ever-changing Super Bowl odds from week 1 to now.

It looked so good, for so long. The Patriots were heavy Super Bowl favorites since week 1 of the NFL season and even hit a low of +250 ahead of week 9. But after back-to-back defeats there's now three sides ahead of them in the market and the chances of Bill Belichick's side going back-to-back look slimmer and slimmer. You can now get odds as high as +650 with FanDuel. 

As you can see, the Patriots now sit fourth in the market with the Ravens the overwhelming favorites to land a third Super Bowl triumph with MVP-elect Lamar Jackson the dominant force of the season. 

With a lack of trust in teammates and the loss of partner-in-crime Rob Gronkowski, it's been a tough season for Tom Brady who's failed to inspire the Patriots in defeats against the Chiefs and the Texans. Along with his Super Bowl chances, his MVP claims appear up in smoke too. Starting the season amongst the favorites, he's now a massive outsider at +25000. 


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