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Patriots remain odds-on favorites to repeat as Super Bowl champs

theScore logo theScore 5/9/2017

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The New England Patriots did not make a first- or second-round pick in April's NFL draft, yet they emerged from the draft with even better odds to repeat as Super Bowl champions.

According to recently released odds from the Westgate Las Vegas Superbook, the Patriots' odds of winning Super Bowl LII increased from 6-1 on Jan. 10 to 3-1 on May 8.

The Patriots may not have made a big splash at the draft, but they did add dynamic receiver Brandin Cooks, corner Stephon Gilmore, tight end Dwayne Allen, and defensive end Kony Ealy to their ranks this offseason.

Here's how the rest of the odds have changed since January:

Teamopening oddscurrent odds
New England Patriots6-13-1
Dallas Cowboys10-18-1
Pittsburgh Steelers10-112-1
Green Bay Packers12-110-1
Seattle Seahawks12-112-1
Atlanta Falcons16-114-1
Carolina Panthers20-125-1
Denver Broncos20-125-1
Kansas City Chiefs20-125-1
Oakland Raiders20-112-1
New York Giants25-120-1
Minnesota Vikings25-130-1
Arizona Cardinals25-125-1
Baltimore Ravens25-130-1
Indianapolis Colts25-130-1
Miami Dolphins40-130-1
Tampa Bay Buccaneers40-125-1
Tennessee Titans40-140-1
Cincinnati Bengals50-160-1
Washington Redskins50-160-1
Houston Texans60-130-1
Philadelphia Eagles60-130-1
Detroit Lions60-140-1
New Orleans Saints80-160-1
Buffalo Bills80-1100-1
Los Angeles Chargers80-160-1
Jacksonville Jaguars80-180-1
Chicago Bears100-1100-1
Los Angeles Rams100-1100-1
New York Jets100-1200-1
San Francisco 49ers300-1300-1
Cleveland Browns300-1300-1

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