Updated Super Bowl Odds After Week 4 of NFL Season

  • BetOnline has updated Super Bowl 54 odds for all 32 NFL teams following Week 4
  • The Saints (+1200) and Browns (+2200) have surging title odds after big wins on Sunday
  • The Rams (+1400), Vikings (+3300) and Texans (+4000) don’t look championship-quality after dispiriting losses

It’s hard not to jump to conclusions at the start of every NFL season, but each week offers more and more evidence to separate the contenders from the pretenders.

Week 4 was one of those perception-shifting weekends that made us all reconsider who’s good and who’s bad. The Browns’ 40-25 demolishing of the Ravens, the Buccaneers’ 55-40 upset over the Rams, and the Eagles’ 34-27 win over the Packers changed the way we look at all six teams.

With big movement in the Super Bowl 54 odds at BetOnline, let’s look at how the Week 4 results shifted the football landscape.

ODDS TO WIN SUPER BOWL 54

NFL Team Odds
New England Patriots +350
Kansas City Chiefs +500
Dallas Cowboys +1200
New Orleans Saints +1200
Philadelphia Eagles +1200
Los Angeles Rams +1400
Chicago Bears +1600
Green Bay Packers +1600
Cleveland Browns +2200
San Francisco 49ers +2200
Los Angeles Chargers +2800
Seattle Seahawks +2800
Baltimore Ravens +3300
Carolina Panthers +3300
Minnesota Vikings +3300
Detroit Lions +4000
Houston Texans +4000
Jacksonville Jaguars +4000
Buffalo Bills +5000
Tampa Bay Buccaneers +5000
Tennessee Titans +5000
Atlanta Falcons +6600
New York Giants +6600
Indianapolis Colts +8000
Pittsburgh Steelers +8000
Oakland Raiders +10000
Arizona Cardinals +50000
Cincinnati Bengals +50000
New York Jets +50000
Denver Broncos +100000
Washington Redskins +100000
Miami Dolphins +200000

THE “BETTER THAN WE THOUGHT” TEAMS

Entering Sunday, the decibel level on the “Baker is overrated” chorus was climbing with former coach and foot-connoisseur Rex Ryan singing lead vocals.

However, after Mayfield threw for 342 yards and a score in the Browns 15-point divisional beatdown of Baltimore, suddenly things are looking up in Cleveland. Nick Chubb ran for 165-yards and three touchdowns, and after a disastrous year in Arizona, Steve Wilks’ has quietly built one of the league’s better defenses.

Following a second straight win over a quality opponent with Teddy Bridgewater under center, the Saints are back up to 12/1 to win the Super Bowl after sitting at 20/1 just two weeks ago.

Chicago’s odds have held steady at 16/1 all month despite a season-opening loss to the Packers and a close call versus Denver in Week 2.

Sunday’s suffocating defensive performance over Kirk Cousins and the Vikings proved the Bears haven’t lost a step under new DC Chuck Pagano. Sitting at 3-1, they shouldn’t have any trouble overcoming Mitch Trubisky’s shoulder injury.

THE “WAIT A SECOND” TEAMS

While the Cowboys offense came back to earth in a 12-10 loss to New Orleans on Sunday night, the hard-fought effort was enough to keep Dallas’ odds at 12/1.

The opposite was true for the Rams, whose Super Bowl odds plummeted to 14/1 from +750 just a week ago after getting shelled by Bruce Arians’ Bucs at home.

Green Bay’s title odds dropped from 12/1 to 16/1 after Philadelphia ran all over them on Thursday night. Mike Pettine’s defense fell apart, and while Aaron Rodgers passed for over 400 yards, the Packers’ offense doesn’t look any better than the much-reviled Mike McCarthy era.

Minnesota sits last in the NFC North with a 2-2 record, but their listless offense almost makes them seem overvalued at 33/1 (down from 16/1 after Week 3). Also at 33/1, Baltimore and Lamar Jackson have returned to earth with back-to-back losses following a paper-tissue-soft start to the year against Miami and Arizona.

Deshaun Watson and the Texans also saw their Super Bowl odds double from 20/1 to 40/1 in the past week, but given everyone in the NFC South has a 2-2 record, it seems too early panic after close losses to the Saints and Panthers.

Steve Dominey

Steve has almost 15 years of experience in marketing, PR and sports television. After acquiring a Journalism degree from Carleton University, he assembled highlight packs for Canada's most-watched sports network (TSN) before transitioning to a career in communications. He describes himself as a good father, great dog owner, and mediocre gambler and husband.