Falcons’ Super Bowl odds improve to 40-to-1

The Vince Lombardi Trophy. (By D. Orlando Ledbetter/DLedbetter@ajc.com)

The Vince Lombardi Trophy. (By D. Orlando Ledbetter/DLedbetter@ajc.com)

FLOWERY BRANCH —  A couple road wins and the Falcons’ prospects to win Super Bowl 51 have improve dramatically.

The Falcons had 75-to-1 odds, but after road wins at Oakland and New Orleans their odds are now 40-to-1, according to our good friends at www.Bovada.lv. You can follow them on Twitter at @BovadaLV

The Falcons odds of winning the NFC have improved from 40-to-1 to 20-to-1.

The Falcons odds of winning the NFC South have improved from 9-to-1 to 11-to-4.

Matt Ryan is tied for the league lead in passer rating with New England’s Jimmy Garoppolo at 119. Ryan’s odds of winning the most valuable player award have increased from 40-to-1 to 20-to-1.

NFL Props

2017 Super Bowl 51 Winner

9/21/16             Current Odds (9/28/16)

New England Patriots                9/2                    15/4

Green Bay Packers                    8/1                    8/1

Pittsburgh Steelers                    7/1                    9/1

Seattle Seahawks                      12/1                  10/1

Denver Broncos                        14/1                  12/1

Minnesota Vikings                     16/1                  12/1

Carolina Panthers                      12/1                  14/1

Arizona Cardinals                      8/1                    14/1

Kansas City Chiefs                    33/1                  20/1

Philadelphia Eagles                   33/1                  22/1

Baltimore Ravens                      33/1                  25/1

Dallas Cowboys                        33/1                  25/1

Cincinnati Bengals                     33/1                  33/1

Houston Texans                        16/1                  33/1

Indianapolis Colts                      66/1                  33/1

New York Giants                       18/1                  33/1

Atlanta Falcons                         75/1                  40/1

Oakland Raiders                        40/1                  40/1

Los Angeles Rams                    100/1                66/1

New York Jets                           40/1                  66/1

Buffalo Bills                              200/1                75/1

Washington Redskins                150/1                75/1

Detroit Lions                             75/1                  100/1

Miami Dolphins                         200/1                100/1

San Diego Chargers                  50/1                  100/1

Tampa Bay Buccaneers             75/1                  100/1

Jacksonville Jaguars                 150/1                200/1

New Orleans Saints                   100/1                200/1

San Francisco 49ers                  150/1                250/1

Tennessee Titans                       150/1                250/1

Chicago Bears                          150/1                500/1

Cleveland Browns                      500/1                1000/1

2017 NFC Champion (Teams in red have longer odds, teams in blue have shorter odds, and teams in black stayed the same)

9/21/16             Current Odds (9/28/16)

Arizona Cardinals                      4/1                    5/1

Green Bay Packers                    4/1                    4/1

Seattle Seahawks                      11/2                  5/1

Carolina Panthers                      6/1                    6/1

Minnesota Vikings                     8/1                    13/2

Dallas Cowboys                        16/1                  12/1

Philadelphia Eagles                   16/1                  12/1

New York Giants                       8/1                    14/1

Atlanta Falcons                         40/1                  20/1

Los Angeles Rams                    50/1                  33/1

Washington Redskins                66/1                  33/1

Detroit Lions                             40/1                  50/1

Tampa Bay Buccaneers             40/1                  50/1

New Orleans Saints                   50/1                  100/1

San Francisco 49ers                  75/1                  125/1

Chicago Bears                          66/1                  200/1

Divisional Odds

Odds to Win the 2016-17 NFC South (Teams in red have longer odds, teams in blue have shorter odds, and teams in black stayed the same)

9/21/16             Current Odds (9/28/16)

Carolina Panthers                      2/7                    4/9

Atlanta Falcons                         9/1                    11/4

Tampa Bay Buccaneers             5/1                    8/1

New Orleans Saints                   14/1                  20/1

2016-2017 NFL MVP Award Winner (Players in red have longer odds, players in blue have shorter odds, and players in black stayed the same)

9/21/16             Current Odds (9/28/16)

Aaron Rodgers                          9/1                    9/2

Ben Roethlisberger                    7/2                    6/1

Cam Newton                             4/1                    6/1

Russell Wilson                          10/1                  10/1

Andrew Luck                             14/1                  12/1

Tom Brady                                16/1                  16/1

Von Miller                                 50/1                  16/1

Antonio Brown                          10/1                  20/1

Matt Ryan                                 50/1                  20/1

GAME THREE: Falcons 45, Saints 32

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GAME TWO: Falcons 35, Raiders 28

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GAME ONE: Buccaneers 31, Falcons 24

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