- BetOnline has the Chiefs (+575) and Bills (+750) as top 3 Super Bowl contenders ahead of this Sunday night’s AFC Championship Game rematch
- The Browns (+1100), Packers (+1100) and Ravens (+1200) are starting to stack some wins together
- Dallas (+1600) is surging up the board of Lombardi contenders thanks to the play of Dak Prescott and Trevon Diggs
The Chiefs (+575) have edged ahead of the Buccaneers (+600) as Super Bowl betting odds favorites following a 42-30 victory over Philadelphia on Sunday that saw Patrick Mahomes connect with Tyreek Hill for three of his five touchdowns.
Tom Brady narrowly escaped Foxborough with a 19-17 win over Bill Belichick and the Patriots, but for the second-straight week Tampa Bay looked nothing like the juggernaut that claimed the Lombardi Trophy last February.
With each contender’s flaws coming more into focus after Week 4 of the NFL season, let’s check the latest title odds. But first, here’s where you can get tips and advice on betting on NFL football games.
Super Bowl 56 Odds Update
|After Week 4||Last Week|
|Kansas City Chiefs||+575||+600|
|Tampa Bay Buccaneers||+600||+600|
|Los Angeles Rams||+1000||+850|
|Green Bay Packers||+1100||+1200|
|San Francisco 49ers||+2000||+1600|
|Los Angeles Chargers||+2500||+2000|
|Las Vegas Raiders||+3300||+3300|
|New Orleans Saints||+4000||+2800|
|New England Patriots||+6600||+6000|
|Washington Football Team||+6600||+8000|
|New York Giants||+25000||+30000|
|New York Jets||+75000||+100000|
Bills head to Kansas City
The Bills (+750) have dominated since losing their season opener to Pittsburgh, outscoring opponents 118-21 over the past three weeks. Josh Allen and company will have no trouble piling up points against Kansas City (+575) and their sieve-like defense this Sunday night.
Assuming Sean McDermott’s much-improved defense can get some stops against Mahomes in this AFC Championship Game rematch, Buffalo could be Super Bowl favorites by this time next week.
Josh Allen doing Josh Allen things.
— Buffalo Bills (@BuffaloBills) October 3, 2021
Oddsmakers didn’t ding Sean McVay’s Rams (+1000) too much for their 37-20 home loss to the Cardinals (+1600), but San Francisco slipped to +2000 after a 28-21 defeat at the hands of Russell Wilson and the Seahawks (+2500).
The NFC West fun continues in Week 5 with Seattle hosting Los Angeles on Thursday night and Arizona welcoming Kyle Shanahan’s Niners to the desert on Sunday.
Stringing wins together
Cleveland (+1100), Green Bay (+1100) and Baltimore (+1200) have all rebounded from season-opening losses to win three-straight contests. However, after completing just 15 of his 33 pass attempts for a season-low 155 yards in a 14-7 victory over Minnesota, Baker Mayfield must be better for his club to be viewed as true contenders.
With the demise of Ben Roethlisberger and the Steelers (+12500), it will be fun to see how the AFC North shakes out between the Browns, Ravens and the 3-1 Bengals (+10000). Meanwhile, Aaron Rodgers and the Packers have it much easier in the NFC North with mediocre competition that almost guarantees a division title.
Aaron Rodgers now has 420 career touchdown passes. Ties Dan Marino for sixth in NFL history. pic.twitter.com/6r76D1wFkO
— GBP Daily (@GBPdaily) October 3, 2021
How ’bout them Cowboys?
The Cowboys (+1600) have surged up the board since last week thanks to impressive wins over the Eagles last Monday night and the Panthers on Sunday. Playing like an MVP candidate, Dak Prescott is in total command of Kellen Moore’s offense, spreading the ball around to some of the NFL’s scariest offensive weapons.
With NFC Defensive Player of the Month Trevon Diggs emerging as the league’s preeminent lockdown corner, it’s not out of the question that Dallas runs the table from here until their Nov. 21 showdown with the Chiefs.
— FOX Sports: NFL (@NFLonFOX) October 3, 2021
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