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Super Bowl odds update: Post-draft risers and fallers

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A few big-name free agents are still awaiting new deals, but with the draft in the books, NFL teams have largely finalized their rosters ahead of training camp.

Now that we have a fairly clear picture of what all 32 teams will look like heading into the 2020 season, let's take a fresh look at the Super Bowl oddsboard.

Kansas City Chiefs +600
Baltimore Ravens +700
San Francisco 49ers +1000
Tampa Bay Buccaneers +1100
New Orleans Saints +1400
Dallas Cowboys +1800
New England Patriots +2000
Philadelphia Eagles +2000
Seattle Seahawks +2200
Minnesota Vikings +2500
Green Bay Packers +2800
Indianapolis Colts +2800
Pittsburgh Steelers +2800
Tennessee Titans +2800
Buffalo Bills +3300
Cleveland Browns +3300
Los Angeles Rams +3300
Atlanta Falcons +4000
Denver Broncos +4000
Los Angeles Chargers +4000
Arizona Cardinals +5000
Chicago Bears +5000
Houston Texans +5000
Detroit Lions +6000
Las Vegas Raiders +6000
Miami Dolphins +6600
New York Giants +6600
New York Jets +6600
Carolina Panthers +10000
Washington Redskins +10000
Cincinnati Bengals +10000
Jacksonville Jaguars +15000

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Tampa Bay Buccaneers (+1100)

Space on the Buccaneers' bandwagon is running out. General manager Jason Licht followed up his acquisition of Tom Brady by dealing for the passer's former running mate in Rob Gronkowski, then rode that momentum through a truly impressive draft. Still, it feels like the hype in Tampa is getting out of hand. I want no part of the Bucs this season, especially at such a short price.

Minnesota Vikings (+2500)

Not only did the Vikings have a terrific draft, but their divisional foes failed to shift the needle with their selections. After losing a number of contributors in free agency, GM Rick Spielman did a great job replenishing this roster. It wasn't just about two first-round picks, either; Minnesota added Week 1 contributors on Days 2 and 3 of the draft and is back in the driver's seat in the NFC North.

Denver Broncos (+4000)

John Elway has rolled out the red carpet for young Broncos quarterback Drew Lock, adding Jerry Jeudy, KJ Hamler, and Albert Okwuegbunam to an already exciting skill group. This offense could be a ton of fun, and we know the defense will hold up its end of the bargain with Vic Fangio in charge. Something special is brewing in Denver.

Miami Dolphins (+6600)

Why does it feel like the Dolphins would have squashed all the momentum they generated in free agency by drafting Justin Herbert? Herbert could wind up being the better NFL quarterback, but it just feels like Miami made the right choice in opting for the upside of Tua Tagovailoa. After the Dolphins followed up that decision by adding some important pieces to the offensive line and defense, it's not out of the question to think this team could cause a stir in the AFC East.

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Philadelphia Eagles (+2000)

If any franchise should understand the value of a backup quarterback, it's the Eagles. But that doesn't make the Jalen Hurts pick any less curious. This isn't a knock on Hurts, but there was a ton of talent available when GM Howie Roseman made that selection in the middle of the second round. With roster holes still to fill, one can't help but think the Eagles' outlook in 2020 would be a bit better had they added an A.J. Epenesa, Denzel Mims, or Willie Gay.

Green Bay Packers (+2800)

When you look at the Packers, you see a team with a three-year Super Bowl window under Aaron Rodgers. But instead of boosting their chances with a wide receiver (Tee Higgins) or run-stopping help (Patrick Queen), GM Brian Gutekunst opted to draft a backup quarterback and a 1960s-style running back who will do nothing but take touches away from the dynamic Aaron Jones. Green Bay's draft was about as bad as could be.

Las Vegas Raiders (+6000)

There's no doubt Henry Ruggs III is an absolute burner, but questions can be raised about Mike Mayock's decision to take the speedster ahead of the likes of Jeudy or CeeDee Lamb. If Ruggs was his guy, why not move down two spots in a trade with the Buccaneers, who came knocking? Mayock followed that up with the puzzling call to select cornerback Damon Arnette a round earlier than projections suggested. Mayock took a large gamble in Thursday's first round. When you're in charge of a team that needs as much help as the Raiders do, that's not necessarily a risk you can afford to take.

Alex Moretto is a sports betting writer for theScore. A journalism graduate from Guelph-Humber University, he has worked in sports media for over a decade. He will bet on anything from the Super Bowl to amateur soccer, is too impatient for futures, and will never trust a kicker. Find him on Twitter @alexjmoretto.

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