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Latest Odds to Win Super Bowl 56 After Sunday of Week 2 – Browns Rising, Seahawks Falling

Eric Rosales

by Eric Rosales in NFL Football

Sep 19, 2021 · 8:29 PM PDT

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Cleveland Browns quarterback Baker Mayfield throws a pass against the Houston Texans during the second half of an NFL football game, Sunday, Sept. 19, 2021, in Cleveland. (AP Photo/Ron Schwane)
  • The Buffalo Bills and Cleveland Browns improve their Super Bowl odds with wins in Week 2
  • The Seattle Seahawks and LA Chargers suffered losses, lengthening their title odds
  • Check out the updated Super Bowl odds after Sunday’s games

Perhaps it was fitting that Lamar Jackson finally got his first win over Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs.

After all, Week 2 saw a lot of moving and shaking under the Chiefs, who entered Sunday night as the current Super Bowl 56 favorites.

Expected be contenders to KC in the AFC, both the Buffalo Bills and Cleveland Browns bounced back from opening week L’s. Meanwhile, a King Henry masterpiece upped Tennessee’s stock, simultaneously sending the Seahawks fading.

Plus, a Hollywood ending in LA moves the needle for both the Cowboys and Chargers.

Let’s run down the latest Super Bowl odds and take a look at the rising and falling stocks.

2022 Super Bowl Odds

Team Odds
Kansas City Chiefs +500
Tampa Bay Buccaneers +550
Buffalo Bills +1100
Los Angeles Rams +1300
San Francisco 49ers +1300
Green Bay Packers +1400
Cleveland Browns +1400
Baltimore Ravens +1800
Seattle Seahawks +2100
Tennessee Titans +2600
Dallas Cowboys +2700
New Orleans Saints +3000
Los Angeles Chargers +3300
Pittsburgh Steelers +3400
Arizona Cardinals +3400
New England Patriots +3700
Denver Broncos +4100
Indianapolis Colts +4400
Miami Dolphins +4400
Las Vegas Raiders +4800
Minnesota Vikings +4800
Carolina Panthers +5500
Chicago Bears +6000
Washington Football Team +6000
Philadelphia Eagles +7000
Atlanta Falcons +15000
New York Giants +15000
Cincinnati Bengals +18000
Detroit Lions +42000
New York Jets +42000
Jacksonville Jaguars +42000
Houston Texans +42000

*Odds taken on September 19 from FanDuel

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Bills Blister Dolphins

The Bills flexed pretty big time in a 35-0 blowout of the Dolphins.

Sure, Miami only had the services of starter Tua Tagovailoa for a pair of series before being knocked out on a hit by AJ Epenesa, but this was a complete domination of a team that looked stout in an opening week win over the Patriots.

It wasn’t close to the best effort from Josh Allen, who threw for just 179 yards with two TD’s and a pick, yet that’s the thing about this iteration of the Bills: they’re good across the board.

The Bills went old school, churning out 143 yards on the ground and three scores.

Their defense did the rest, holding Dolphin QBs to 145 yards passing, while limiting the ground game to 71 yards.

That win moved Buffalo’s line from +1300 back down to +1100. Hope you took our advice and hopped on at those extended odds after their loss to Pittsburgh.  Miami plummeted from +3200 down to +4400 odds.

Browns Keep Churning

After such a discouraging loss to the Chiefs — in a game they dominated for about 50 minutes — Cleveland stayed the course and picked up their first win of the year, 31-21 over the Texans.

Baker Mayfield showed his toughness, getting his non-throwing shoulder popped back in to not miss a play, orchestrating a TD toss and a run when they needed him.

They leaned heavily on the run game again, as Nick Chubb churned out 95 yards on 11 carries and a score. Cleveland totaled 156 yards on the ground.

With the win, Cleveland shortens their SB odds from +1500 to +1400, and definitely a squad you should take a serious look at.

Titans Up, ‘Hawks Down

Perhaps no team faced as much uncertainty as the Tennessee Titans, who looked out of sorts in a loss to the Arizona Cardinals. It was compounded by the fact they were staring a real 0-2 possibility on the road in Seattle.

They rediscovered their identity Sunday: feed Derrick Henry.

The NFL’s 2-time rushing leader delivered, carrying 35 times for 182 yards and three touchdowns. With the Titans down 14, Henry busted one for 60 yard to get them back into it. He also tied the game with 30 seconds left on a 1-yard plunge.

Prized offseason pickup Julio Jones was also worked into the offense, catching six balls for 128 yards. The Titans have worked their way to a frisky +2600, down from +2800.

While their defense held strong in a win over Indy, the ‘Hawks showed the flaws many pundits poked at in the offseason Sunday. Seattle’s inability to get a defensive stop brings pause to how they’ll compete for a title, let alone the ultra-tough NFC West.

They drop to +2100 after surging to +1700 after that win in Indy.

Big D Neutralizes Bolts

Not that they were out of the playoff picture — I mean, the Cowboys are in the NFC East — but Dallas needed a win in a big way, and earned a huge 20-17 win on the road against a tough LA Chargers team.

Dak Prescott had his running game do most of the heavy lifting, with Tony Pollard and Zeke Elliott combining for 180 yards on 19 carries and a pair of scores. But it was Prescott that came up big on a final drive, that led to a Greg Zuerlein game-winning FG as time expired.

The much maligned Dallas D also chipped in, picking off Justin Herbert twice and sacking him two times as well.

The Chargers looked to have those close-game yips behind them after getting past a tough WFT last week, but another close loss sinks their odds from +2800 to +3300, and there might be too much risk to take a flier on them at this point.

Two and Whoa

Hands up if your bingo card had the Las Vegas Raiders, Arizona Cardinals, Carolina Panthers and Denver Broncos all 2-0. Me neither.

Denver’s slate was pretty easy, starting with wins over the hapless Giants and Jaguars, but the other teams all have a solid (but maybe not signature) win on their season already. Arizona trounced the Titans last week, and followed that up with a wild finish against the Vikings. They remain at +3400.

The Raiders won a thriller over Baltimore, then followed that up with a thumping of the Steelers. They’ve shot up the board, moving from +5500 to +4800.

Carolina laid the wood to the Saints, turning Jameis Winston back into an interception-tossing pumpkin. The Panthers’ 26-7 win makes them a huge climber on the board. Their +7500 odds have shortened to +5500.

You’d have to be among the most optimistic of bettors to expect any of these teams are in the mix. However, if you’re looking at sprinkling a wager on a longshot and have to choose among these unexpected fast starters, the team with the most staying power is probably the Cardinals, who boast the most talented QB in Kyler Murray and a capable defense.

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