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- January 31 – The Cincinnati Bengals completed their Cinderella run to the Super Bowl with a 27-24 overtime victory over the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday in the AFC Championship Game. The Bengals trailed 21-3 before the offense got going and the defense clamped down in the second half. The Bengals were given just a 0.66% chance to make the Super Bowl following their Week 2 loss to the Bears. Cincinnati will play the Los Angeles Rams in the Super Bowl. Los Angeles also rallied from a double-digit deficit to knock off the San Francisco 49ers. The Rams are now the Super Bowl favorites for the first time this season as they are favored by four points over the Bengals.
- January 25 – The Kansas City Chiefs outlasted the Buffalo Bills in one of the best playoff games of all-time, and are now the clear favorites to win the Super Bowl. They are seven-point favorites over the Cincinnati Bengals in the AFC Championship Game. The Los Angeles Rams are the favorites to make the Super Bowl in the NFC and have the second-best odds to win the championship. The Rams knocked off the Tampa Bay Buccaneers to get to the final four, while the San Francisco 49ers’ championship odds have shot up after they upset the Green Bay Packers in the NFC Divisional Round.
- January 17 – The Green Bay Packers and Kansas City Chiefs are still the Super Bowl favorites in their respective conferences, but now they have company. The Buffalo Bills, fresh off a dominant showing against the New England Patriots, have surged to right behind Kansas City. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers routed the Philadelphia Eagles in the wild card round and have also joined the fray as serious contenders. The San Francisco 49ers saw their odds improve as they were the lone underdog to win over the weekend, knocking off the Dallas Cowboys. The 49ers, Tennessee Titans, Los Angeles Rams and Cincinnati Bengals are still relative longshots to win the championship.
- January 11 – The playoff field is set, and the Green Bay Packers are heading into the postseason as the Super Bowl favorite. The Kansas City Chiefs did not get the first-round bye in the AFC, as the Tennessee Titans earned that positioning, but Kansas City is still the team to beat in the conference. The Buffalo Bills have the third-best odds to win the Super Bowl, followed by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Titans.
- December 22nd – The Green Bay Packers are the favorites to win the NFC for the first time all season and now have the second-best odds to win the Super Bowl. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers fell after a loss to the New Orleans Saints on Sunday, and the Arizona Cardinals’ shocking loss to the Detroit Lions also resulted in a major decrease in their Super Bowl odds. The Kansas City Chiefs are the new Super Bowl favorites, while the New England Patriots fell off the pace with their loss to the Indianapolis Colts.
- December 15th – The Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Kansas City Chiefs began the season as the Super Bowl favorites and now continue to pull away from the pack as the clear teams to beat in the NFC and AFC, respectively. The Green Bay Packers now have the third-best title odds, followed by the surprising New England Patriots. The Arizona Cardinals saw their odds dip after a Monday Night Football loss to the Los Angeles Rams, and the Rams have seen theirs improve.
- December 8th – The New England Patriots are making a serious move on the heels of a seven-game winning streak. They knocked off the Buffalo Bills in Week 13 and now have the third-best odds to win the Super Bowl after starting the season as longshots. The Arizona Cardinals’ odds also continue to improve as they boast an NFL-best 10-2 record. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers remain the favorite, while the Kansas City Chiefs have re-established themselves as the team to beat in the AFC after a shaky start.
- November 30th – The Green Bay Packers are making a move, as they now have the third-best odds to win the Super Bowl after a big win at home over the Los Angeles Rams on Sunday. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers remain the favorites, with the Kansas City Chiefs once again the team to beat in the AFC after a slow start. The Buffalo Bills and Arizona Cardinals also remain among the top teams.
- November 16th – The Buffalo Bills have regained the slight edge as Super Bowl favorites because the Tampa Bay Buccaneers were upset on Sunday by Washington. There are a lot of teams in the mix as there is great parity this season. The Green Bay Packers are now atop the NFC standings and have seen their Super Bowl odds improve. The Los Angeles Rams, Arizona Cardinals, Tennessee Titans, Dallas Cowboys and Kansas City Chiefs are also right in the mix.
- November 11th – The Buffalo Bills have dropped from Super Bowl favorites after a shocking loss to the lowly Jacksonville Jaguars. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have regained the mantle as favorite. The Los Angeles Rams’ odds declined after a loss to the Tennessee Titans, but they still have the third-best odds. The Arizona Cardinals continue their surge and have the fourth-best odds to win the championship.
- October 27th – The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have moved back to the top of the list of favorites after demolishing the Chicago Bears on Sunday. The 7-0 Arizona Cardinals continue to gain ground, while the Buffalo Bills and Los Angeles Rams remain contenders. The Kansas City Chiefs were blown out by the Tennessee Titans on Sunday and have seen their odds drop dramatically.
- October 19th – The Baltimore Ravens are making a move, as they have won five consecutive games since losing the opener to the Las Vegas Raiders. The Arizona Cardinals’ chances also continue to increase as they are the lone remaining undefeated team in the NFL this season. The Los Angeles Chargers and Cleveland Browns’ odds took a hit after losing to the Ravens and Cardinals, respectively. These odds were tabulated before the Buffalo Bills’ loss on Monday night, so they will also drop.
- October 12th – There is a new favorite at the top. The Buffalo Bills have surged past the Kansas City Chiefs and Tampa Bay Buccaneers after a resounding road win over Kansas City in Week 5. The Bucs and Chiefs are still right behind them, while the Los Angeles Rams, Arizona Cardinals and Dallas Cowboys all saw their odds improve nicely. The Seattle Seahawks have seen their Super Bowl chances take a huge dip, as they are 2-3 on the season and just lost star quarterback Russell Wilson for several weeks due to injury.
- October 5th – The Kansas City Chiefs and Tampa Bay Buccaneers remain at the top, but a couple teams are making some moves. The Buffalo Bills have blown out three straight opponents and are now right on Tampa Bay’s heels heading into a clash with the Chiefs in Week 5. The Arizona Cardinals are the only undefeated team remaining in the NFL and have leapfrogged several others to get into the mix. The San Francisco 49ers have seen their odds tumble after two straight losses.
- September 28th – The Kansas City Chiefs and Tampa Bay Buccaneers are coming back to the pack after both lost this week. While Kansas City is still the favorite, its odds have dropped each of the last two weeks. The Los Angeles Rams’ win over the Bucs on Sunday has put those two in a virtual dead heat for second-best odds. The Buffalo Bills are also gaining after an impressive win over Washington.
- September 21st – The Kansas City Chiefs lost on the road to the Baltimore Ravens, but they remain slight Super Bowl favorites over the undefeated Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The Seattle Seahawks and New Orleans Saints both saw their odds dip with losses, while the 2-0 Denver Broncos saw their odds increase. At this stage, the oddsmakers still see Kansas City and Tampa Bay as the two clear teams at the top.
- September 14th – There was not much movement in Super Bowl odds after the first week. The Kansas City Chiefs and Tampa Bay Buccaneers remain the clear top two. The Green Bay Packers’ odds dipped after a blowout loss to the Saints, while all four NFC West teams — the San Francisco 49ers, Los Angeles Rams, Seattle Seahawks and Arizona Cardinals — all saw their odds increase.