|Eagles, Ravens, Cowboys & Lions' 2015 Super Bowl Odds Drop|
|Written by Anthony Rome|
|Saturday, 19 April 2014 19:00|
Four teams' Super Bowl odds drop
LAS VEGAS, NV (The Spread) - For one reason or another, a handful of teams' 2015 Super Bowl odds have dropped over the past week.
According to oddsmakers from online sports book BetDSI, the Eagles are now 22/1 to win the 2015 Super Bowl while the Ravens are 40/1 and the Cowboys and Lions are both 50/1, respectively. All four of those numbers represent a drop in terms of odds over the past week.
The Eagles were listed with 20/1 odds following the release of receiver DeSean Jackson but now they're 22/1 to win the Super Bowl at 12/1 to win the NFC title, down from 11/1 a week ago.
The Ravens, meanwhile, were 33/1 to win the Super Bowl a week ago but their odds have dropped significantly from 40/1 to win the NFL title, and from 16/1 to 18/1 to win the AFC title.
The Cowboys and Lions both saw the same drop in both Super Bowl odds and NFC title odds. Both teams were sitting at 40/1 to win the 2015 NFL title last week but are now 50/1, while their NFC title odds have gone from 20/1 down to 22/1.
Why the sudden change in odds? The Eagles' drop could have to do with the Jackson release, although the Ravens, Cowboys and Lions haven't made any significant moves to force a drop in their Super Bowl chances. The Ray Rice situation continues to be a black cloud in Baltimore but its not as if the team is parting ways with the running back.
We'll continue to update every teams' Super Bowl odds heading into next month's NFL draft.