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Chiefs Super Bowl odds have gotten worse in the last month

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In the (not) weekly Arrowhead Pride podcast this week we talked about whether the Kansas City Chiefs were better or worse than they were a month ago before the Alex Smith and Marcus Peters trades and the signing of Sammy Watkins and Anthony Hitchens in free agency. Did the Chiefs get better? We all said yes on the podcast but the updated Super Bowl odds may disagree.

The Chiefs Super Bowl odds got worse from February to March. After the Super Bowl in February, they were 28/1 odds to win the Super Bowl. Today those are odds are 33/1, according to Bovada.

There are 15 teams with better Super Bowl odds than the Chiefs. The Chargers have the same odds as the Chiefs while the Broncos (25/1) and Raiders (22/1) have better odds than the Chiefs.

After being in the top 10 of these odds with Alex Smith the last few years it’s a little surprising to see the Chiefs fall back so far. These odds don’t necessarily mean anything. It’s as valid as the NFL analyst who says the Chiefs are going 16-0 with the best offense in NFL history.

2019 Super Bowl odds

New England Patriots: 5/1

Philadelphia Eagles: 17/2

Minnesota Vikings: 9/1

Pittsburgh Steelers: 12/1

Green Bay Packers: 14/1

Los Angeles Rams: 14/1

San Francisco 49ers: 14/1

New Orleans Saints: 18/1

Atlanta Falcons: 20/1

Houston Texans: 22/1

Jacksonville Jaguars: 22/1

Oakland Raiders: 22/1

Denver Broncos: 25/1

Seattle Seahawks: 25/1

Dallas Cowboys: 28/1

Carolina Panthers: 33/1

Kansas City Chiefs: 33/1

Los Angeles Chargers: 33/1

Baltimore Ravens: 50/1

Detroit Lions: 50/1

New York Giants: 50/1

Tampa Bay Buccaneers: 50/1

Tennessee Titans: 50/1

Indianapolis Colts: 60/1

Arizona Cardinals: 66/1

Buffalo Bills: 66/1

Cleveland Browns: 66/1

Washington Redskins: 66/1

Miami Dolphins: 70/1

Chicago Bears: 80/1

Cincinnati Bengals: 90/1

New York Jets: 100/1