Full Super Bowl 54 Odds After Flurry of NFL Moves: Le’Veon to Jets, Odell to Browns, More

Full Super Bowl 54 Odds After Flurry of NFL Moves: Le’Veon to Jets, Odell to Browns, More article feature image

Pictured: Le’Veon Bell and Odell Beckham Jr.

  • The NFL got turned upside down by some big moves on Tuesday night/Wednesday morning.
  • Le'Veon Bell signed with the Jets and Odell Beckham Jr. got traded to the Browns.
  • Here's a complete rundown of where the Super Bowl 54 odds stand after a chaotic day.

Remember all of those comments about how the NFL’s offseason had gotten boring?

Yeah, me neither.

In the span of four hours on Tuesday night/Wednesday morning: The Giants traded WR Odell Beckham Jr. to the Browns and free-agent RB Le’Veon Bell signed with the Jets.

Not bad for a day’s work.

The ripple effects of these moves will be felt across the league — and the betting market.

A complete rundown of where the futures odds stand is at the bottom of this article. A few takeaways:

  • The Oakland Raiders and the New York Jets — who now employ two former Steelers in Antonio Brown and Bell, respectively — have identical Super Bowl odds at 60-1.
  • The Jets’ odds did not move at all after the signing, an indication that oddsmakers were expecting the move and had already baked it into their numbers. New York opened at 100-1 in mid-January, but was 60-1 a few hours prior to Bell’s decision.
  • The Cleveland Browns, after trading for Odell Beckham Jr., are tied for the fifth best odds in the entire league, which is probably equal parts hilarious and accurate.
  • The Kansas City Chiefs, after releasing and trading two of their best pass-rushers from last season (Justin Houston and Dee Ford), did not see their odds move a smidge. They still sit at 6-1, co-favorites with the New England Patriots.

Odds to Win Super Bowl 54

All odds as of 1 a.m. ET on March 13 via the Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook.

Kansas City Chiefs: 6-1
New England Patriots: 6-1
Los Angeles Rams: 8-1
New Orleans Saints: 8-1
Green Bay Packers: 14-1
Cleveland Browns: 14-1
Chicago Bears: 16-1
Indianapolis Colts: 16-1
Los Angeles Chargers: 16-1
Dallas Cowboys: 20-1
Minnesota Vikings: 20-1
Philadelphia Eagles: 20-1
Houston Texans: 25-1
Seattle Seahawks: 25-1
Atlanta Falcons: 30-1
Pittsburgh Steelers: 30-1
San Francisco 49ers: 30-1
Baltimore Ravens: 40-1
Jacksonville Jaguars: 40-1
Carolina Panthers: 50-1
New York Jets: 60-1
Oakland Raiders: 60-1
Denver Broncos: 80-1
Detroit Lions: 80-1
New York Giants: 80-1
Tampa Bay Buccaneers: 80-1
Tennessee Titans: 80-1
Arizona Cardinals: 100-1
Buffalo Bills: 100-1
Cincinnati Bengals: 100-1
Miami Dolphins: 100-1
Washington Redskins: 100-1

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