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NFL: Rams’ Super Bowl odds closing on Chiefs, Bucs

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The Los Angeles Rams continue to close the gap on the Super Bowl favorites with their 3-0 start to the regular season.

The Rams opened at +2000 at BetMGM but are now being offered at +850 after handing defending champion Tampa Bay its first loss of the season in Week 3. The Bucs are co-favorites at +600 along with Kansas City.

Despite their 1-2 start, the Chiefs remain the second most heavily-backed team at BetMGM, with 9.0 percent of the total bets and 10.0 percent of the handle since the Super Bowl market opened. The Bucs lead with 12.3 and 16.8 percent, respectively.

The Rams also have the third-shortest title odds at PointsBet at +800, behind the Chiefs (+600) and Bucs (+650). Los Angeles moved from +1100 on Sunday before knocking Tampa Bay from the ranks of the unbeaten.

The Buffalo Bills are next at +900 at both sportsbooks, with their odds shortening from +100 at PointsBet before their Week 3 game.

The Rams have now been backed by 8.0 percent of the bets and 8.2 percent of the handle at BetMGM, while the Bills have been supported by 7.9 and 6.8 percent.

Team (Current Odds) | Opening Odds | Ticket% | Handle%
Tampa Bay Buccaneers (600) | 1200 | 12.3% | 16.8%
Kansas City Chiefs (600) | 600 | 9.0% | 10.0%
Los Angeles Rams (800) | 2000 | 8.0% | 8.2%
Buffalo Bills (900) | 1200 | 7.9% | 6.8%
Green Bay Packers (1400) | 900 | 6.1% | 6.3%
Arizona Cardinals (2500) | 4000 | 5.7% | 5.9%
Tennessee Titans (2500) | 2500 | 5.4% | 5.0%
Denver Broncos (3000) | 6500 | 4.4% | 4.4%
Cleveland Browns (1400) | 2500 | 4.3% | 4.7%
Dallas Cowboys (2500) | 2500 | 3.3% | 2.9%
San Francisco 49ers (1400) | 1400 | 3.2% | 3.1%
Pittsburgh Steelers (6600) | 3000 | 3.2% | 3.0%
Baltimore Ravens (1600) | 1200 | 2.6% | 2.0%
Seattle Seahawks (3000) | 1800 | 2.5% | 1.9%
Detroit Lions (100000) | 8000 | 2.0% | 1.1%
Las Vegas Raiders (3000) | 5000 | 1.9% | 1.5%
Philadelphia Eagles (8000) | 5000 | 1.9% | 1.6%
Indianapolis Colts (8000) | 2500 | 1.8% | 1.8%
Washington Football Team (10000) | 6500 | 1.7% | 1.7%
New England Patriots (6600) | 3000 | 1.5% | 1.7%
Los Angeles Chargers (1800) | 3000 | 1.4% | 1.2%
New Orleans Saints (3000) | 1800 | 1.3% | 1.2%
Minnesota Vikings (5000) | 3000 | 1.2% | 1.4%
New York Giants (30000) | 6500 | 1.1% | 1.3%
Miami Dolphins (10000) | 2500 | 1.1% | 1.2%
Chicago Bears (15000) | 5000 | 1.0% | 0.8%
Houston Texans (100000) | 8000 | 0.8% | 0.4%
Jacksonville Jaguars (100000) | 10000 | 0.8% | 0.5%
Carolina Panthers (5000) | 6500 | 0.7% | 0.3%
Cincinnati Bengals (15000) | 8000 | 0.6% | 0.5%
Atlanta Falcons (15000) | 6500 | 0.6% | 0.4%
New York Jets (100000) | 8000 | 0.6% | 0.3%

Going in the opposite direction this week were the Chicago Bears (1-2), who are +15000 at PointsBet after entering Sunday at +7500. New England lengthened from +3000 in also falling to 1-2.

Indianapolis, a co-favorite to win the AFC South entering the season, dropped from +6000 before the Colts’ loss to Tennessee on Sunday. The Titans’ odds have shortened from +3000 before knocking off the Colts to take early control of the division.

Tennessee is now the -400 favorite at PointsBet to win the AFC South, ahead of the Colts at +325, the Houston Texans at +3000 and the Jacksonville Jaguars at +3300.

–Field Level Media

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