Long-suffering Buffalo Bills the new Super Bowl favorite

Long-suffering Buffalo Bills the new Super Bowl favorite

The long-suffering Buffalo Bills have never won the Super Bowl and are well known for tragically losing four of them in a row in the early 1990s, but that could be changing this year.

The Bills (+490) are the new Super Bowl favorite at the Americas Cardroom sportsbook. The team is 4-1 on the season and just came off a very impressive 38-20 win in Kansas City. It’s not surprising that Buffalo easily jumped the Chiefs as the new AFC favorite (+202 vs. +350), but it is somewhat shocking that they passed defending-champ Tampa Bay (+565) in the overall odds.

Looking at the rest of the Super Bowl odds favorites, you can see that 10 teams have separated themselves from the rest of the pack. Cleveland is ranked No. 10 at +1350 and then Tennessee at No. 11 drops all the way down to +2900.

Arizona (+1050), the only undefeated team in the NFL, continues to climb up the oddsboard. Same for the Los Angeles Chargers (+1275) who are 4-1.

See the Super Bowl favorites below with last week’s odds in parenthesis. To see all the NFL odds, just click on ‘sports’ in the poker client.

Super Bowl Odds favorites

1. Buffalo Bills +490 (+682)
2. Tampa Bay Buccaneers +565 (+587)
3. Kansas City Chiefs +733 (+582)
4. Los Angeles Rams +785 (+979)
5. Arizona Cardinals +1050 (+1400)
6. Dallas Cowboys +1100 (+1285)
7. Los Angeles Chargers +1275 (+1810)
8. Green Bay Packers +1285 (+1331)
9. Baltimore Ravens +1335 (+1281)
10. Cleveland Browns +1350 (+1104)
11. Tennessee Titans +2900 (+1965)
12. New Orleans Saints +3450 (+3339)
13. San Francisco 49ers +4650 (+1609)
14. Minnesota Vikings +6700
15. Seattle Seahawks +7000 (+2705)
16. Denver Broncos +7500 (+3339)

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