The odds to win Super Bowl 53 have changed a bit since the season opened two weeks ago. Three teams in particular, the Kansas City Chiefs, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, and Cincinnati Bengals are all off to great starts, but are they really Super Bowl contenders? You bet they are!

Tampa is tough

Sure, we are only heading into Week 3, but the Tampa Bay Buccaneers deserve some serious props. It's not just the fact that Tampa is 2-0, it's how they got there. Led by backup veteran QB Ryan Fitzpatrick, the Bucs beat the New Orleans Saints and Philadelphia Eagles -- two teams that are among the favorites to be crowned champions next February. indicates that Fitzpatrick threw for more than 400 yards and four touchdowns for a second straight week, leading the Tampa Bay Buccaneers to a 27-21 victory over the reigning Super Bowl champion Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday.

Fitzpatrick -- who is filling in for suspended quarterback Jameis Winston -- completed 27 of 32 passes for 402 yards and has the explosive Bucs off to a 2-0 start for the first time since 2010. Can they keep up this incredible pace? The answer to that is definitely, and here is why.

First off, each year, a team (or two) comes out of the blue to make a run at the postseason, so why not Tampa Bay? Second, the Bucs didn’t beat Buffalo and Arizona, they took down two of the top teams in the NFC -- and they did it in convincing fashion.

And finally, they aren't supposed to be good, and that can work in a team's favor. The will to win (combined with the rest of the league and the majority of the fans calling you a fluke) is a great source of inspiration to keep proving them wrong. Sometimes the chip on your shoulder is all you need.

Prime movers

While there are still 14 games left on the schedule, it seems the gamblers aren't wasting any time throwing a few bucks on the Buccaneers, or the surprising Kansas City Chiefs as well.

In a recent Bovada sportsbook update, Tampa Bay has improved from +6600 to +2800, while the surging Chiefs have jumped to +1400 from +2500. They are also falling in love with the LA Rams. The Rams opened the season at 10 or 11/1 odds in most sportsbooks, however, they are now the clear-cut favorites at 6.5/1 or +650.

Teams going in the other direction include the Detroit Lions, Pittsburgh Steelers, and Philadelphia Eagles.

Once the early favorites to repeat as Super Bowl champions, the Eagles have fallen from 9/2, or +450, to their current odds of 16/1 or +1600.

You can check out the latest Super Bowl odds for every team below: