NFL Power Rankings Based on Super Bowl Odds Ahead of Week 10

Kliff Kingsbury's Cardinals have reclaimed the No. 1 spot in our NFL Power Rankings.
Kliff Kingsbury's Cardinals have reclaimed the No. 1 spot in our NFL Power Rankings. / Gary A. Vasquez-USA TODAY Sports

Four of the top six teams in last Week's NFL Power Rankings lost in Week 9, and the AFC playoff picture continues to look as open as ever through the halfway point of the season.

Tom Brady is now the MVP favorite despite sitting at home this week with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on a bye, but does his team hold the No. 1 spot?

Every week this season, yours truly ranks each NFL team in relation to their Super Bowl odds at WynnBET Sportsbook in BetSided's NFL Power Rankings. If you’re looking for last week’s rankings to see where everyone moved to, you can find it here.

Let's see where everyone lands ahead of Week 10:

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1. Arizona Cardinals (8-1, +700) LW: No. 3

No Kyler Murray, No DeAndre Hopkins, but the Arizona Cardinals and Kliff Kingsbury dominated the San Francisco 49ers in Week 9. Colt McCoy and James Conner led the way to move the Cardinals to 8-1 as the league's only one-loss team.

2. Green Bay Packers (7-2, +1000) LW: No. 1

The Packers lost to the Kansas City Chiefs without Aaron Rodgers, as Jordan Love looks far from ready to lead an NFL team. Rodgers' vaccine stance and actions are troublesome, especially since he willingly went against protocols, but if he plays the Packers are still a top contender.

3. Tennessee Titans (7-2, +1200) LW: No. 8

The Titans just keep winning. Tennessee upset the Los Angeles Rams on Sunday Night Football even without Derrick Henry in Week 9 and are now the No. 1 seed in the AFC with an easy schedule the rest of the way.

4. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (6-2, +550) LW: No. 4

Tom Brady is the MVP favorite, and the NFC is open again for the Bucs to take control with another loss by Arizona.

5. Los Angeles Rams (7-2, +800) LW: No. 2

I have a hard time ranking the Rams above the Ravens, as they've lost to the Titans and Cardinals now this season with their most impressive win coming against the Bucs. Los Angeles can't afford duds against top teams down the stretch of this season.

6. Baltimore Ravens (6-2, +900) LW: No. 7

Lamar Jackson is pretty damn good. The Ravens quarterback led his team back to another win, this time against the Minnesota Vikings in Week 9. The Ravens have made things interesting this season, but they find a way to win even with all of the injuries.

7. Buffalo Bills (5-3, +550) LW: No. 6

This was a disgusting loss by the Bills, falling 9-6 to the Jacksonville Jaguars. It probably is a game we can just throw out the film, but Buffalo is just half a game up on the Patriots in the AFC East.

8. Dallas Cowboys (6-2, +1100) LW: No. 5

The Cowboys put up a dud against the Denver Broncos, and while they'll still win the NFC East, it puts some questions into their legitimacy as a contender.

9. Los Angeles Chargers (5-3, +2000) LW: No. 11

The Chargers were able to survive the Eagles in Week 9, winning on a last-second field goal. L.A. leads the AFC West, but all four teams in that division leave a lot to be desired. For the Chargers, their run defense has to improve if they want to contend.

10. Cleveland Browns (5-4, +2000) LW: No. 16

Baker Mayfield and company looked really good without Odell Beckham Jr. in Week 9. If the Browns can get healthy, they are going to be a team nobody wants to face in the postseason.

11. Kansas City Chiefs (5-4, +1400) LW: No. 13

The Chiefs are back over .500 but they scored just 13 points against the Packers. K.C. barely beat Jordan Love, and the offense still appears to be struggling. I'm not sure if we should believe in Kansas City yet.

12. Las Vegas Raiders (5-3, +4000) LW: No. 9

The Raiders ended a rough week with a loss to the New York Giants. DeSean Jackson may help this offense, but the Raiders are in a tight race in the AFC West and appear to be faltering.

13. New Orleans Saints (5-3, +6000) LW: No. 10

The Saints nearly came back to beat the Falcons in their first game without Jameis Winston, but they showed there are some major questions about this offense going forward.

14. New England Patriots (5-4, +6000) LW: No. 15

Mac Jones and the Patriots picked up yet another win over the struggling Panthers in Week 9. Bill Belichick's team has a shot at the AFC East title if the Bills continue to falter.

15. Pittsburgh Steelers (5-3, +6000) LW: No. 14

The Steelers nearly blew a 23-13 lead on Monday night to the Bears, but they won on a late Chris Boswell field goal. Pittsburgh's offense is still horrible, and while their defense has led them to four straight wins, I can't imagine them contending for anything this year with this attack.

16. Cincinnati Bengals (5-4, +6000) LW: No. 12

The Bengals went from the No. 1 seed in the AFC to losing to the New York Jets and then getting blown out by the Browns. Back to reality.

17. Denver Broncos (5-4, +10000) LW: No. 21

The Denver Broncos made a statement the week after they traded Von Miller. Denver went into Dallas and dominated the Cowboys to get back over .500. Somehow, Denver is just half a game out in the AFC West.

18. Seattle Seahawks (3-5, +7500) LW: No. 18

The Seahawks were on the bye, but it looks like they'll get Russell Wilson back for a Week 10 showdown with Green Bay.

19. Indianapolis Colts (4-5, +6000) LW: No. 19

The Colts blew out the New York Jets in Week 9, but they watched the Titans win yet another game, even without Derrick Henry. Those two losses to Tennessee are going to be tough to overcome in the AFC South.

20. Atlanta Falcons (4-4, +100000) LW: No. 23

The Falcons nearly blew a lead against the Saints (shocker), but they came back with a strong final drive to get their fourth win of the season. Cordarrelle Patterson has been one of the most fun players to watch in the NFL this season.

21. Minnesota Vikings (3-5, +20000) LW: No. 21

Minnesota blew a major lead against the Baltimore Ravens to lose another heartbreaker in overtime. Mike Zimmer and Kirk Cousins simply isn't going to lead the winning football. Changes should be coming in Minnesota unless this thing gets turned around.

22. San Francisco 49ers (3-5, +7500) LW: No. 17

The 49ers were unable to beat Colt McCoy and the Cardinals without DeAndre Hopkins. They miscalculated their quarterback situation this season, and they're probably the worst team in the NFC West.

23. New York Giants (3-6, +50000) LW: No. 25

The Giants pulled off an upset over the Las Vegas Raiders in Week 9, but they still are miles out of the NFC East race. Saquon Barkley should be back soon, but the Giants have suffered far too many injuries this season.

24. Carolina Panthers (4-4, +100000) LW: No. 22

Sam Darnold is who we thought he was. And he's not a good quarterback. The Panthers lost to the Patriots in Week 9 and have completely fallen off after a hot start. Matt Rhule should give P.J. Walker a chance sooner rather than later.

25. Chicago Bears (3-6, +100000) LW: No. 24

Justin Fields nearly had his signature moment, giving the Bears a 27-26 lead with less than two minutes to play on Monday, but the defense promptly allowed Pittsburgh to kick a game-winning field goal. Brutal.

26. Philadelphia Eagles (3-6, +50000) LW: No. 26

The Eagles have fought a lot this season, but they came up short again in Week 9 against the Los Angeles Chargers. There's a chance they can get back on track against Denver in Week 10, but Philly isn't good enough to steal a playoff spot at this point.

27. Washington Football Team (2-6, +100000) LW: No. 28

Washington was on the bye in Week 9, but it still is in the basement in the NFC East. Does Ryan Fitzpatrick potentially returning later this season even matter at this point?

28. Miami Dolphins (2-7, +100000) LW: No. 29

Tua Tagovailoa has a broken finger now, but Jacoby Brissett led the Dolphins to a win in Week 9. Granted, it came against the Houston Texans. If Tua can't get healthy, this is a serious lost season for the Dolphins.

29. Jacksonville Jaguars (2-6, +200000) LW: No. 31

The Jaguars pulled off the upset of the year against the Buffalo Bills, winning a slugfest 9-6. Jaguars pass rusher Josh Allen dominated Bills quarterback Josh Allen for an interception, sack and fumble recovery. Trevor Lawrence was injured in the game, but he returned to finish things out. Some positives for Urban Meyer's club heading into Week 10.

30. New York Jets (2-6, +200000) LW: No. 27

One week the Jets look competent, the next week they look downright awful. New York gave up 45 points to the Colts on Thursday Night Football and lost backup quarterback Mike White, and safety Marcus Maye (torn Achilles) to injury.

31. Houston Texas (1-8, +200000) LW: No. 30

Tyrod Taylor returned against the Miami Dolphins and promptly threw three interceptions. The Texans are downright awful, but they aren't in line for the No. 1 pick cause the Detroit Lions are still winless. Speaking of which...

32. Detroit Lions (0-8, +200000) LW: No. 32

The Lions didn't lose this week themselves, but it felt like they did with the Jaguars getting their second win of the season.