The odds to win the 2019 Super Bowl have once again shifted a bit, and one team that was looked at lightly back in August is now getting a lot of attention at the Vegas window. The New Orleans Saints showed the NFL world that they can compete with any team in the league following their big win over the Los Angeles Rams last weekend. It led to me bumping them up in the Week 9 NFL power rankings. According to an ESPN report, on the heels improving to 7-1 on the season, New Orleans added veteran wide receiver Dez Bryant to their roster. The Saints are also doing well in my latest NFL power rankings.

Saints marching in

While many NFL insiders expected Bryant to be picked up much earlier in the season, following his release from the Dallas Cowboys, the flamboyant Bryant now has his shot to prove to Dallas and the rest of the league they made a mistake by passing on him. The Saints already have a very powerful offense and if Bryant can produce even half of his numbers that he did in Dallas when he was the go-to guy, it will only give defenses more to worry about when they face New Orleans.

Steelers, Cowboys headed in opposite directions

How about those Cowboys! Not many fans in Big D are yelling the once famous line uttered by former coach Jimmy Johnson. In fact, Dallas has gone from a top ten preseason Super Bowl favorite to a 200-1 long shot.

The NFC East is still wide open, but if the Cowboys have dreams of making a move they need to string together some wins - and fast!

On the other end of the spectrum, watch out for those Pittsburgh Steelers. CBS Sports indicates that the Steelers are now listed at 8-1 to win the big game next February, which puts them as the fifth overall favorite to capture the crown.

The Steelers are on fire right now and they seem to be clicking on all cylinders following a 52-21 thrashing of the Carolina Panthers Thursday evening.

After a 1-2-1 start, Pittsburgh has won five straight games. So the question has to be asked, are the Steelers better off now without running back Le'Veon Bell? The former MSU star is still holding out over a contract dispute, however, the Steelers have seemed to find solid ground without Bell in the lineup.

Sure, he is one of the best in the league, but Pittsburgh may be better off parting ways with him now, especially since the odds of the Steelers wanting to ink him to a long-term deal following the 2018 season have diminished greatly.

Chemistry is big in sports, and, right now, the Steelers are doing fine without Bell, and that is something you don’t want to mess with.

Below are the latest odds to win the 2019 Super Bowl.

  • New England Patriots 6-1
  • Los Angeles Rams 5-2
  • Kansas City Chiefs 9-2
  • New Orleans Saints 7-2
  • Los Angeles Chargers 14-1
  • Pittsburgh Steelers 8-1
  • Carolina Panthers 25-1
  • Chicago Bears 40-1
  • Houston Texans 25-1
  • Seattle Seahawks 200-1
  • Minnesota Vikings 16-1
  • Philadelphia Eagles 20-1
  • Washington Redskins 80-1
  • Cincinnati Bengals 60-1
  • Atlanta Falcons 80-1
  • Baltimore Ravens 100-1
  • Tennessee Titans 60-1
  • Green Bay Packers 40-1
  • Indianapolis Colts 100-1
  • Dallas Cowboys 200-1
  • Detroit Lions 500-1
  • Jacksonville Jaguars 100
  • Miami Dolphins 200
  • Tampa Bay Buccaneers 500
  • Denver Broncos 2,000
  • New York Jets 2,000
  • Cleveland Browns 10,000
  • Arizona Cardinals 10,000
  • New York Giants 2,000
  • San Francisco 49ers 10,000
  • Buffalo Bills 10,000
  • Oakland Raiders 10.000