NFL Week 5: Bengals' Super Bowl Odds Plunge After Yet Another Disheartening Loss


NFL Week 5: Bengals’ Super Bowl Odds Plunge After Yet Another Disheartening Loss

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After Buffalo Bills’ Dominant Victory, Super Bowl Odds Shift in AFC; Bengals’ Slide Continues

Following the Buffalo Bills’ convincing win over the Miami Dolphins, their Super Bowl odds have significantly improved, leaving their division rivals in the dust. Initially tied at +900 with their division rivals entering Week 4, the Bills now stand tall.

Despite Buffalo’s ascent in the AFC, the Miami Dolphins have only slipped to the third spot in the conference, with ample time remaining in the season for a comeback.

The more concerning storyline revolves around the Cincinnati Bengals, who suffered a resounding defeat at the hands of the Tennessee Titans, dropping to a 1-3 record for the season. Despite once holding the third-best odds in the AFC, they are now tied for seventh with the Cleveland Browns. Their odds have plummeted from +1100 in Week 1 to +1800 last week, and now stand at +3500 at BetMGM. Time is running out for the Bengals.

Here’s an overview of the current NFL Super Bowl odds as of Tuesday morning.

  • 49ers +500
  • Chiefs +550
  • Bills, Eagles +700
  • Cowboys +900
  • Dolphins +1100
  • Ravens +1400
  • Lions +1800
  • Chargers +2200
  • Jaguars +3000
  • Bengals, Browns +3500
  • Seahawks +4000
  • Saints +5000
  • Packers, Buccaneers +6600
  • Rams, Vikings, Steelers, Titans +8000
  • Falcons, Texans +10000
  • Colts, Patriots, Commanders +12500
  • Jets +15000
  • Broncos, Giants +20000
  • Raiders +25000
  • Panthers, Bears +50000
  • Cardinals +75000

For real-time odds, refer to BetMGM.

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