The Browns might have grabbed their quarterback of the future in the NFL Draft, but that didn't help their Super Bowl odds for the 2018 season. As a matter of fact, Cleveland's odds actually got worse.
The Browns were one of several teams that saw their Super Bowl odds take a dramatic tumble following the conclusion of the draft. Oddsmakers clearly weren't impressed with anything the Browns did over the weekend, because Cleveland is now a 100-to-1 longshot to win the Super Bowl. Back in March, the Browns' odds were at 66-to-1. The Bills were the only other team to see their odds crash like that: Buffalo fell from 66-to-1 Super Bowl odds in March to 100-to-1 odds on May 1.
The oddsmakers seemed to have something against the four teams that selected a quarterback in the top 10. Not only did the Bills and Browns see their odds take a nosedive, but the Cardinals (Josh Rosen) and Jets (Sam Darnold) also saw their odds tumble.
The most surprising drop probably goes to the Giants. Even though they went all-in to help an aging Eli Manning win one more Super Bowl by drafting Saquon Barkley in the first round, their odds still dropped from 50-to-1 in March to 75-to-1 after the draft, which was one of the biggest drops of any NFC team. From a statistical standpoint, the Jaguars had the biggest odds drop of any AFC team (going from 22-to-1 in March to 35-to-1 in May) and the Falcons had the biggest statisical drop of any NFC team.
One team that drafted a quarterback and actually saw their odds improve was the Ravens. After taking Lamar Jackson in the first round, the Ravens saw their odds jump up from 50-to-1 to 40-to-1. The Ravens were one of only seven teams that saw a post-draft improvement.
Here are the odds for every team (odds from March 22 also listed).
Super Bowl 53 odds as of May 1
1. Patriots: 5-to-1
2. Eagles: 8-to-1 (Previous odds: 17-to-2)
3. Rams: 9-to-1 (Previous odds: 14-to-1)
4. Vikings: 12-to-1 (Previous odds: 9-to-1)
5. Steelers: 10-to-1 (Previous odds: 12-to-1)
6. Packers: 12-to-1 (Previous odds: 14-to-1)
7. 49ers: 15-to-1 (Previous odds: 14-to-1)
8. Saints: 22-to-1 (Previous odds: 18-to-1)
9. Texans: 25-to-1 (Previous odds: 22-to-1)
T-10. Falcons: 30-to-1 (Previous odds: 20-to-1)
T-10. Raiders: 30-to-1 (Previous odds: 22-to-1)
T-10. Broncos: 30-to-1 (Previous odds: 25-to-1)
T-10. Seahawks: 30-to-1 (Previous odds: 25-to-1)
T-10. Cowboys: 30-to-1 (Previous odds: 28-to-1)
T-15. Jaguars: 35-to-1 (Previous odds: 22-to-1)
T-15.Chargers: 35-to-1 (Previous odds: 33-to-1)
T-15. Panthers: 35-to-1 (Previous odds: 33-to-1)
T-18. Chiefs: 40-to-1 (Previous odds: 33-to-1)
T-18. Colts: 40-to-1 (Previous odds: 60-to-1)
T-18. Ravens: 40-to-1 (Previous odds: 50-to-1)
21. Titans: 45-to-1 (Previous odds: 50-to-1)
22. Lions: 60-to-1 (Previous odds: 50-to-1)
23. Buccaneers: 65-to-1 (Previous odds: 50-to-1)
24. Giants: 75-to-1 (Previous odds: 50-to-1)
T-25. Redskins: 80-to-1 (Previous odds: 66-to-1)
T-25. Cardinals: 80-to-1 (Previous odds: 66-to-1)
T-27. Bills: 100-to-1 Previous odds: 66-to-1)
T-27. Browns: 100-to-1 (Previous odds: 66-to-1)
T-27. Dolphins: 100-to-1 (Previous odds: 70-to-1)
T-27. Bears: 100-to-1 (Previous odds: 80-to-1)
T-27. Bengals: 100-to-1 (Previous odds: 90-to-1)
T-27. Jets: 100-to-1
Note: If a team's previous odds aren't listed, that means their odds haven't changed since Feb. 5.
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