- A 50-point victory in Week 3 moved the Miami Dolphins Super Bowl 58 odds to the fourth-shortest.
- The Dallas Cowboys odds fell to +900 after a loss to the Arizona Cardinals.
- Despite a win in Week 3, the Los Angeles Chargers odds fell from +2200 to +3000.
LAS VEGAS – An impressive Week 3 win by the Miami Dolphins has them in sole position of fourth on the Super Bowl 58 betting board after Week 3.
The San Francisco 49ers Super Bowl 58 odds remain favored with +550 odds.
The Kansas City Chiefs and Philadelphia Eagles are ahead of the Dolphins for betting on the Super Bowl with +650 odds.
Super Bowl 58 Betting Odds
- San Francisco 49ers +550
- Kansas City Chiefs +650
- Philadelphia Eagles +650
- Miami Dolphins +800
- Dallas Cowboys +900
- Buffalo Bills +1100
- Baltimore Ravens +1700
- Cincinnati Bengals +1800
- Detroit Lions +2200
- Cleveland Browns +2500
- Jacksonville Jaguars +2800
- Los Angeles Chargers +3000
Outscoring the Denver Broncos 70-20 in Week 3 had a major impact on the Dolphins Super Bowl 58 odds moving to +800. The dominant victory led the Dolphins odds to surpass the Dallas Cowboys and Buffalo Bills after Week 3.
Which Teams Super Bowl Odds Got Longer?
The Buffalo Bills dropping from +900 to +1000 after a 37-3 victory against the Washington Commanders can be attributed to their AFC East rivals’ success. The Cowboys Super Bowl 58 odds fell from +750 to +900 after a loss to the Arizona Cardinals.
The Los Angeles Chargers earned their first win of the season but lost wide receiver Mike Williams for the season in the process, moving the Chargers Super Bowl 58 odds from +2200 to +3000. The Jacksonville Jaguars odds lengthened from +2500 to +2800 after a 17-37 home loss to the Houston Texans at home.
Plenty of teams saw Super Bowl 58 odds movement from their Week 2 positions after an eventful Week 3 in the NFL.
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