- Now that Super Bowl 51 is in the books, odds for Super Bowl LII are already out. There are two very different odds depending on where you look.
According to RJ Bell of Pregame.com, the Detroit Lions have the 10th longest odds at 70-1. The Patriots are the favorite to repeat at 7-1, while the 49ers and Browns are the least-likely at 400-1 odds.
However, according to Bovada, the Lions are just 40-1 odds to win the next Super Bowl, putting them right in the middle of the pack (15th-longest odds).
- The Lions are ranked 14th in ESPN’s way-too-early 2017 Power Rankings.
- Kyle Van Noy is having a good time:
They say everything happens for a reason!!!!! Thank you!!! Super Bowl Champ!!! pic.twitter.com/ec6IBPwnPk— Kyle Van Noy (@KVN_03) February 6, 2017
- Van Noy and his teammate—and also former Lion—LaAdrian Waddle explained what makes the Patriots different than the Lions and any other NFL franchise.
- A few Lions players think Miles Killebrew and Zach Zenner are due to break out in 2017.
- Kicker Morten Andersen, who was just elected to the Hall of Fame, believes former Lions kickers Eddie Murray and Jason Hanson deserve a shot to be honored.
- Lions tight end Clay Harbor learned something from the Super Bowl:
I'm never quitting a game of madden on the basis of the 21-0 rule again— Clay Harbor (@clayharbs82) February 6, 2017
- Time to start sending letters to Comedy Central: