Another week in the books for the National Football League and amongst the great stories and harrowing injuries there have been some performances which have heavily impacted the bookmakers odds of each team winning the Super Bowl. Here we take a look at the biggest swings in odds, using the best price from after week one until today, after week two.
Which NFL odds got shorter?
1. Jacksonville Jaguars - 250/1 to 150/1
Okay, so they're far from being amongst the favorites but we saw a huge move in the odds as the Jaguars came in from being 250/1 outsiders. Gardner Minshew has been playing at a great level and UDFA James Robinson looks like a real star.
2. Las Vegas Raiders - 65/1 to 44/1
They opened their new stadium with a victory over the much-fancied New Orleans Saints, taking them to 2-0. Their offense looks dangerous and the defense looks much improved too. They could continue to shorten in the coming weeks.
3. TIED Los Angeles Rams - 40/1 to 23/1
It turns out the stories around the demise of Sean McVay coaching credentials may have be premature. McVay has reinvigorated his LA Rams who finally look like they're over their Super Bowl hangover.
3. TIED Arizona Cardinals - 45/1 to 28/1
Everything is looking rosy in Arizona with Kyler Murray on his way to superstardom and DeAndre Hopkins showcasing why he is arguably the best reciever in the game.
Which NFL odds got longer?
1. Cincinnati Bengals - 175/1 to 250/1
A loss to the Browns has helped push out their odds and they're now the least likely team to win the Super Bowl according to oddsmakers. That could be a mistake with Joe Burrow looking composed and full of potential. This one could move.
2. Minnesota Vikings - 33/1 to 100/1
It's been a very slow start for the Vikings who have gone from dark horses to being out of the race entirely, in the view of the public and bookmakers alike. It's going to be tough to reverse this trend but if Mike Zimmer can get that defense firing and Kirk Cousins back to his best then it's possible.
3. New York Giants - 150/1 to 250/1
Oh, Saquon. When Barkley went down on Sunday, so did the Giants hopes this season. The star running back is out for the season, and it already looks like another year in transitition for the Giants.
Super Bowl Odds
Baltimore Ravens +500
Kansas City Chiefs +550
Seattle Seahawks +1300
New Orleans Saints +1400
Dallas Cowboys +1800