Super Bowl Futures Betting Update: Week 16

A massive, divisional win has the Kansas City Chiefs as the oddsmakers' most likely team to hoist the Lombardi Trophy. Who else saw their odds shift in Week 15?

Week 15 began with the Kansas City Chiefs overcoming the Los Angeles Chargers on Thursday Night football. It ended with the Chiefs sitting atop the pile of the teams the bookies think will lift the Super Bowl trophy at the end of the season.

The Chiefs are the new favorites for the title according to the latest odds from the FanDuel Sportsbook.

Kansas City Chiefs+45018.2%
Green Bay Packers+45018.2%
Tampa Bay Buccaneers+65013.3%
Los Angeles Rams+10009.1%
New England Patriots+11008.3%
Buffalo Bills+11008.3%
Dallas Cowboys+12007.7%
Arizona Cardinals+15006.3%
Indianapolis Colts+19005.0%
Tennessee Titans+26003.7%
San Francisco 49ers+28003.4%
Los Angeles Chargers+32003.0%
Baltimore Ravens+32003.0%
Cincinnati Bengals+32003.0%
Cleveland Browns+85001.2%
Philadelphia Eagles+90001.1%
Minnesota Vikings+90001.1%
New Orleans Saints+130000.8%
Pittsburgh Steelers+130000.8%
Las Vegas Raiders+150000.7%
Miami Dolphins+220000.5%
Denver Broncos+280000.4%
Seattle Seahawks+1000000.1%
Atlanta Falcons+1000000.1%
Carolina Panthers+1000000.1%

The Green Bay Packers are available at the same odds as the Chiefs, with their line shifting from +650 to +450 after their Week 15 victory over the Baltimore Ravens. The previous favorites, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, are the next team back in the betting odds, having dropped to +650 from +500 a week ago.

The Arizona Cardinals saw a significant rise in their odds after they lost to the Detroit Lions. They are now available at +1500 despite boasting odds of +1000 before Week 15.

Going the other direction, the Indianapolis Colts saw their odds drop to +1900 (an implied probability of winning the title of 5.0%) after they chopped down the previously red-hot New England Patriots. The Patriots dropped from +750 to +1100 after the loss.

FanDuel Sportsbook is only offering odds on 26 teams at the present moment, with the two New York teams, the Lions, the Houston Texans, the Jacksonville Jaguars, and the Chicago Bears no longer worthy of a line. These six teams may soon be joined by the Seattle Seahawks, the Atlanta Falcons, and the Carolina Panthers -- all of whom currently enjoying odds of +100000.