Updated NFL Conference Round Opening Odds and Super Bowl Outright Odds Revealed

A notable differentiation from the wild-card round, in which five out of six games were blowouts, the divisional round was full of closely contested battles. Three of the four matches of the round ended with the outcome being decided in the final possession.
After the close and intriguing round, the four teams that have made it to the final four are the No. 1 and No. 3 seeds, including the reigning Super Bowl champions. This set up the argument that the final four teams also happen to be the best teams in the NFL.
In the wild-card round, underdogs went 3-3 straight up, and 4-2 against the spread. However, in the following round, they struggled with a 1-3 straight-up record and 2-2 against the spread. The only upset was Kansas City’s win as 2.5-point underdogs at Buffalo.
The San Francisco 49ers held onto the top spot with +140 in outright Super Bowl odds after a closer-than-expected 24-21 win over the Green Bay Packers, thus allowing the ‘books to have kept the faith in them. Lamar Jackson who played an impressive game versus the Houston Texans has seen the Baltimore Ravens’ Super Bowl odds ticked down from +275 to +200.
Looking at the upcoming Conference championship games, none of the spreads come close to double digits indicating no significant disparities. The sportsbooks are expecting a slower-paced game in Baltimore when they face off against their opponents.
Conclusively, the field of players for the Super Bowl MVP award is varied, with the favorite being Lamar Jackson holding odds of +240. Nevertheless, there are chances that the award could be won by an underdog with an excellent performance.