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Super Bowl 52 odds: Atlanta opens with the second-highest odds of winning next year

Next season. Always next season.

NFL: Super Bowl LI-New England Patriots vs Atlanta Falcons Dan Powers-USA TODAY Sports

None of us have crystal balls, as this season vividly illustrated. Neither do the oddsmakers, but for what it’s worth, they’re pretty bullish on the Falcons being back here a year from now.

From, here’s a look at every NFL team’s odds next season, as of today. I’ve highlighted every NFC South team, in case you were interested.

2017-18 Super Bowl Odds

Patriots 7/1

Falcons 12/1

Cowboys 12/1

Packers 12/1

Seahawks 15/1

Broncos 17/1

Steelers 18/1

Raiders 18/1

Chiefs 20/1

Giants 20/1

Colts 30/1

Panthers 30/1

Cardinals 35/1

Vikings 35/1

Bucs 40/1

Texans 40/1

Ravens 42/1

Eagles 48/1

Dolphins 50/1

Titans 50/1

Redskins 60/1

Bengals 70/1

Lions 70/1

Saints 75/1

Chargers 80/1

Bills 80/1

Jags 100/1

Bears 125/1

Rams 150/1

Jets 150/1

Browns 400/1

49ers 400/1

The Falcons should be considered one of the top teams in the NFC South if they can do the following things between now and next September:

  • Add more talent to the defensive line, in particular pass rushers
  • Hire a bright offensive mind to pick up where Kyle Shanahan will be leaving off
  • Stay healthy
  • Not spiral into a dark abyss of despair, never to return

Easy, right? For now, we’re left to daydream about a better tomorrow. Hopefully Vegas has things right.