Titans make a move in NFL Super Bowl Odds

Titans make a move in NFL Super Bowl Odds

The Tennessee Titans are one of four undefeated teams remaining after Week 5 of the NFL season, making a move in the Super Bowl Odds. Tennessee is 4-0 after overcoming a Covid outbreak and then beating Buffalo in a special Tuesday night game, 42-16. Coach Mike Vrabel’s team has moved back into the top-10 of the odds list as they now sit at +1850.

Here are the new top-10 Super Bowl favorites: You can see the previous Week 5 odds in parenthesis.

1. Kansas City Chiefs +440 (+325)
2. Baltimore Ravens +600 (+645)
3. Seattle Seahawks +751 (+770)
4. Green Bay Packers +751 (+850)
5. Pittsburgh Steelers +1201 (+1340)
6. New Orleans Saints +1201 (+1350)
7. Los Angeles Rams +1552 (+1950)
8. Tampa Bay Buccaneers +1803 (+1125)
9. Tennessee Titans +1850
10. Buffalo Bills +1585 (+1585)

Kansas City (+440) remains at the top of the league despite suffering their first loss of the season last week, 40-32 at home to Las Vegas. The Ravens (+600) are in second place, although already lost their head-to-head matchup against the Chiefs in Week 3.

Green Bay (+751) continues its dramatic move up the oddsboard. The Packers were +3900 before the season and are now tied as the favorite from the NFC, along with Seattle.

A fast-rising team is the L.A. Rams who are now at +1552. Coach Sean McVay has done a great job retooling the team this year. They have a big game this Sunday night at division rival San Francisco.

The only team to drop out of the top-10 this week was Indianapolis, who dropped to 3-2 after a 32-23 loss at Cleveland. The Browns are 4-1 and seem to be a very good value right now at +3007.

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