In Teddy, we trust? Some sportsbooks are already giving the Broncos better odds to win it all after their decisive Week 1 victory over the Giants.
Denver received the biggest Super Bowl odds leap in Week 2 from MaximBet, among the five oddsmakers we tracked last week. The Broncos had +3,300 odds — meaning a $100 bet would win $3,300 — from the sportsbook, an improvement from the +5,400 odds they received entering the regular season.
The team also saw a big jump on DraftKings Sportsbook where they now have +3,000 odds, up from +4,500. Fanduel Sportsbook slightly improved the Broncos’ odds from +5,000 last week to +4,800 entering Week 2.
Meanwhile, BetMGM is holding steady at +5,000 for Denver to take home the Lombardi Trophy. And Sports Illustrated Sportsbook actually lowered Denver’s chances, dropping the team from +2,800 to +3,300.
The Chiefs remain the favorites with odds ranging from +450 to +500.
Here’s a look at some current odds in the world of sports.
The odds the Broncos will win Super Bowl LVI, according to MaximBet.
The odds Broncos quarterback Teddy Bridgewater will win the NFL’s most valuable player award, according to Fanduel Sportsbook. He is the 18th favorite. Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes is the favorite at +600.
The odds UFC women’s strawweight champion Rose Namajunas will win her match against Zhang Weili at UFC 268, according to BetMGM. Weili is an underdog at +100.
The odds the Nuggets will win the NBA championship for the 2021-22 season, according to MaximBet. They are tied for eighth favorite. The Nets (+230) are first, followed by Lakers (+400) and Bucks (+850).
The odds Broncos’ Vic Fangio will win the NFL’s coach of the year award, according to Caesars Sportsbook. He is tied for the seventh-best odds. Brandon Staley of the Chargers is the favorite at +1,200, followed by Sean Payton of the Saints and Kyle Shanahan of the 49ers, both at +1,400.
The odds the Rockies will win the World Series this year, according to DraftKings Sportsbook. They are tied for last for teams who have not been mathematically eliminated. The Dodgers (+295) are the favorites, followed by the Astros (+500) and White Sox (+700).