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Who’s improving, who’s falling in Super Bowl 58 odds after Week 17

Baltimore clinched the No. 1 seed in the AFC in Week 17 while San Francisco did the same in the AFC We break down what it all means for Super Bowl 58 odds.

Miami Dolphins v Baltimore Ravens Photo by Rob Carr/Getty Images

Happy New Year everyone! As we flip the calendar to 2024, we enter the final week the NFL regular season and by the end of this weekend, the full playoff field will be set. Some Super Bowl 58 contenders are firing on all cylinders at the end of the year, while others will be limping into the postseason. Below, we’ll take a look at who’s rising and who’s falling coming out of Week 17.

Who had the best Week 17 performance?

The Baltimore Ravens are looking the part of a top Super Bowl contender and they demolished the Miami Dolphins in a 56-19 rout on Sunday, officially clinching the No. 1 seed in the AFC. The MVP debate is over as Lamar Jackson went a smooth 18-21 for 321 yards and five touchdowns in the blowout. He was helped by a defense that forced three turnovers and held the Tua Tagovailoa/Tyreek Hill connection in check.

The AFC will run through Baltimore and assuming John Harbaugh plays his backups in this Sunday’s season finale, this group will be rested up following their first-round bye. Good luck to everyone else.

Which favorites have work to do?

Something is up with the Philadelphia Eagles as they were clipped in a 35-31 loss to the Arizona Cardinals on Sunday. After cruising to a 10-1 start, the Eagles have suddenly lost four of their last five and allowed the Cardinals to zoom down the field for the go-ahead score in the final minutes of action. And if that wasn’t bad enough, DeVonta Smith suffered a leg injury and left the stadium on crutches while wearing a walking boot. The No. 1 seed in the NFC is off the table for Philly, but it can still win the NFC East when facing the Giants this Sunday. They have to figure things out quickly, or an early playoff exit will be on the horizon soon.

The Kansas City Chiefs also haven’t looked so hot as of late, but they took down the Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday to clinch the AFC West title for an eighth straight season. The march through the postseason will be more difficult than in year’s past and believe it or not, Patrick Mahomes will most likely be playing his very first road playoff game if they advance in the playoffs. KC will need to get some things figured out with Wild Card weekend approaching.

Will either No. 1 seed get upset before the Super Bowl?

San Francisco is the No. 1 seed in the NFC and current favorite to win Super Bowl 58. While the 49ers should be comfortable with home-field advantage in the postseason, there are some things that should raise some concerns.

They had a stinker against the Ravens on Christmas and their defense made Brock Purdy look like Mr. Irrelevant by picking him off four times in the contest. And while they did bounce back with a 27-10 win over the Washington Commanders on Sunday, star running back Christian McCaffrey tweaked his calf. The Niners need to be on alert or a team like the Detroit Lions or the aforementioned Eagles could come into Levi Stadium and ruin their hopes and dreams.

Here’s a full list of Super Bowl 58 odds heading into Week 18, and how they compare with the opening numbers, Week 1, and last week. All odds are courtesy of DraftKings Sportsbook.

Super Bowl odds 2023-24

Team Feb 12 Week 1 Week 18 Wild Card
Team Feb 12 Week 1 Week 18 Wild Card
San Francisco 49ers +750 +1000 +220 +220
Baltimore Ravens +2200 +1800 +300 +310
Buffalo Bills +700 +900 +800 +650
Dallas Cowboys +1400 +1400 +850 +750
Kansas City Chiefs +600 +600 +950 +1000
Philadelphia Eagles +900 +650 +1100 +1600
Miami Dolphins +3000 +2500 +1300 +1600
Detroit Lions +3000 +2200 +2000 +1800
Cleveland Browns +4000 +3500 +3500 +3500
Houston Texans +20000 +20000 +8000 +4000
Los Angeles Rams +3500 +10000 +6000 +4500
Tampa Bay Buccaneers +6000 +10000 +12000 +6000
Green Bay Packers +3000 +6500 +18000 +9000
Pittsburgh Steelers +5500 +5000 +25000 +12000
Jacksonville Jaguars +2800 +3000 +3500 OTB
Indianapolis Colts +15000 +15000 +10000 OTB
Seattle Seahawks +7000 +3000 +12000 OTB
New Orleans Saints +5000 +3000 +20000 OTB
Atlanta Falcons +7500 +6000 +50000 OTB
Minnesota Vikings +4500 +3500 +80000 OTB
Cincinnati Bengals +900 +1100 OTB OTB
Denver Broncos +3000 +4500 OTB OTB
Chicago Bears +8000 +5000 OTB OTB
Las Vegas Raiders +4000 +8000 OTB OTB
New York Giants +4000 +6500 OTB OTB
Los Angeles Chargers +2200 +2500 OTB OTB
New York Jets +2800 +1600 OTB OTB
Washington Commanders +7000 +6500 OTB OTB
Tennessee Titans +7500 +8000 OTB OTB
Arizona Cardinals +20000 +40000 OTB OTB
Carolina Panthers +5500 +8000 OTB OTB
New England Patriots +6000 +6500 OTB OTB