The Kansas City Chiefs 2016 Super Bowl odds remain the same after a week of free agency. Bovada posted 2016 Super Bowl odds for every team on February 2, the day after the 2015 Super Bowl. A month and a half later, the Chiefs Super Bowl odds are the same at 40/1.
The biggest change in Super Bowl odds (for the better) was the Buffalo Bills. They were at 66/1 in February and now Bovada has them at 33/1. Yes, the Bills have better Super Bowl odds than the Chiefs. Seems odd to say that even after they added LeSean McCoy.
Here's how the league looks compared to the Chiefs:
Teams with better Super Bowl odds than the Chiefs: Seahawks, Packers, Patriots, Colts, Broncos, Cowboys, Eagles, Steelers, Cardinals, Ravens, Giants, Bills, Bengals, Lions, Dolphins and 49ers.
Teams with the same Super Bowl odds as the Chiefs: Falcons, Panthers, Saints, Chargers and Rams.
Teams with worse Super Bowl odds than the Chiefs: Bears, Texans, Vikings, Jets, Browns, Raiders, Redskins, Buccaneers, Jaguars and Titans.
Do those groupings of teams look about right to you? I might squabble with the Chiefs being a step below the Bills, Dolphins and 49ers. It's also kind of odd to see the Rams with the same odds as the Chiefs. Any other odds that stand out to you?