NFL Power Rankings Based on Super Bowl Odds Ahead of Week 15

Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady. / Nathan Ray Seebeck-USA TODAY Sports

We are finally through every team's bye week and into the final stretch of the 2021 NFL regular season.

Week 14 saw the AFC North division race get a little tighter, while the Dallas Cowboys showed that they are the team to beat in the NFC East.

Plus, Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs have now moved to +550 in the latest Super Bowl odds at WynnBET.

Every week this season, yours truly ranks each NFL team in relation to their Super Bowl odds atWynnBET 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 break down how each team looks ahead of Week 15:

1. Green Bay Packers (10-3, +675) Last Week: No. 2

Aaron Rodgers' broken toe does concern me, but the Packers are rolling right now on offense and have nearly clinched a playoff spot already.

2. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (10-3, +500) LW: No. 3

Tom Brady is the outright favorite to win MVP and the Buccaneers are the favorite to win the Super Bowl. Stop me if this sounds familiar...

3. Kansas City Chiefs (9-4, +550) LW: No. 4

Make it six wins in a row for Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs, as they've moved back into second in the odds to win the Super Bowl. Could we get a rematch from last season?

4. Arizona Cardinals (10-3, +725) LW: No. 1

Arizona's Monday night loss to the Rams cost it the No. 1 seed in the NFC for the time being, and it makes the division race a whole lot tighter down the stretch.

5. New England Patriots (9-4, +725) LW: No. 5

Bill Belichick's squad got one step closer to an AFC East title with the Bills' loss to the Bucs in Week 14.

6. Los Angeles Rams (9-4, +1200) LW: No. 6

Matthew Stafford came up with a huge game on Monday Night Football to guide the Rams to their biggest win of the season to date. The division crown is on the table for Sean McVay's squad.

7. Dallas Cowboys (9-4, +1200) LW: No. 7

Dallas took control back over the NFC East by defeating Washington in Week 14. The Cowboys need to get healthy on offense (Tony Pollard specifically), but there's a lot to like about where they stand.

8. Tennessee Titans (9-4, +1800) LW: No. 10

The AFC is really weak after the Chiefs and Patriots this season, and the Titans have stayed afloat without A.J. Brown and Derrick Henry. They deserve a bit more respect.

9. Los Angeles Chargers (8-5, +2000) LW: No. 11

Austin Ekeler's injury is certainly concerning for the Chargers, but they have a shot to take control of the AFC West against Kansas City in Week 15.

10. Baltimore Ravens (8-5, +3000) LW: No. 9

The Ravens got some good news on Lamar Jackson, who is expected to return in Week 15 after injuring his ankle in the team's loss to the Browns. Still, Baltimore is tied with Cleveland in the latest odds to win the AFC North.

11. Buffalo Bills (7-6, +1400) LW: No. 8

Are the Bills in danger of missing the playoffs? With so many teams in the AFC hovering around 7-6, it sure feels like it. Buffalo has lost three of four heading into a matchup with the Panthers.

12. Cleveland Browns (7-6, +3000) LW: No. 15

The Browns are back in the AFC North race with the Steelers and Bengals losing in Week 14. Cleveland has a tough schedule to end the season (Raiders, Packers, Bengals and Steelers), but it is within striking distance of the Ravens.

13. Indianapolis Colts (7-6, +3000) LW: No. 12

The Colts will host the Patriots in Week 15 with a chance to make a statement on whether or not they're a playoff-caliber team.

14. San Francisco 49ers (7-6, +3500) LW: No. 14

San Francisco picked up a huge win in overtime against the Bengals in Week 14. Now, Kyle Shanahan's has a chance to surpass the Rams in the NFC West with games against the Falcons and Texans still on the schedule.

15. Cincinnati Bengals (7-6, +5000) LW: No. 13

The Bengals are fading fast, as their overtime loss to the 49ers puts them in a tough spot with the Broncos waiting in Week 15. The winner of that matchup will have a leg up in the AFC playoff race.

16. Denver Broncos (7-6, +15000) LW: No. 17

Denver took care of business with a blowout win over the Lions. The Broncos are now 6-1 when they run the ball 28 or more times in a game. Think they should follow that strategy down the stretch?

17. Pittsburgh Steelers (6-6-1, +20000) LW: No. 16

The Steelers seem to bounce back and forth each week because they win games they shouldn't and lose ones they should. Thursday's loss was a perfect example.

18. Miami Dolphins (6-7, +25000) LW: No. 19

The Dolphins have all three of their running backs on the COVID-19 list coming out of the bye week. That's going to put some extra pressure on Tua Tagovailoa in Week 15.

19. Philadelphia Eagles (6-7, +15000) LW: No. 20

Washington's loss to Dallas helps the Eagles if they want to grab a wild card spot in the NFC. However, the NFC East crown is looking further out of reach.

20. New Orleans Saints (6-7, +20000) LW: No. 23

I'm not completely sold on New Orleans simply because it beat the Jets, but the offense did look a lot better with Alvin Kamara back in the lineup.

21. Minnesota Vikings (6-7, +10000) LW: No. 22

The Vikings kept their playoff hopes alive with a win over the Steelers on Thursday Night Football. Can we really trust Kirk Cousins and Mike Zimmer? I think we all know the answer to that.

22. Washington Football Team (6-7, +15000) LW: No. 18

I'm not completely out on the Washington Football Team, but Taylor Heinicke's injury and Week 14's loss to Dallas puts them in a tough spot to make the postseason.

23. Las Vegas Raiders (6-7, +25000) LW: No. 17

Another blowout loss to the Chiefs may have been the nail in the coffin of the Raiders 2021 season. This team has dealt with a lot this season, but it's looking like the playoffs may be out of reach.

24. Seattle Seahawks (5-8, +25000) LW: No. 25

The Seahawks handled their business against the Houston Texans in Week 14, but this team still has a lot of work to do if it wants to make the "win-now" mode" proclamation a reality.

25. Atlanta Falcons (6-7, +100000) LW: No. 24

Atlanta is fighting for a playoff spot in the NFC, but it is going to need to beat at least one of the 49ers, Bills or Saints to have a chance.

26. Carolina Panthers (5-8, +100000) LW: No. 26

Well, the Cam Newton experiment hasn't worked out too well in Carolina. Newton was benched for P.J. Walker as the Panthers lost to the Falcons to fall to last places in the NFC South.

27. New York Giants (4-9, +100000) LW: No. 28

The Giants lost again with Mike Glennon under center (surprise, surprise), and they are on the brink of being eliminated from playoff contention. There needs to be a full overhaul for this team, as the current roster is going nowhere but the basement of the NFC East.

28. Chicago Bears (4-9, +100000) LW: No. 27

The Bears squandered an early lead to the Green Bay Packers and Aaron Rodgers on Sunday Night Football. Maybe they really should let Rodgers own the franchise.

29. New York Jets (3-10, N/A) LW: No. 29

With so many Jets skill players injured, it's almost unfair to judge Zach Wilson for the team's blowout loss to the Saints. Still, New York is eliminated for the postseason and still has a long way to go in this rebuild.

30. Houston Texans (2-11, +N/A) LW: No. 31

Davis Mills started hot, but the Seahawks eventually took down Mills and the Texans to eliminate Houston from playoff contention. This team needs to have a good draft next spring.

31. Jacksonville Jaguars (2-11, N/A LW: No. 30

The Jaguars are eliminated from playoff contention, and the Urban Meyer saga has boiled over with him seemingly losing the locker room before the end of his first season. Trevor Lawrence has taken a step back and the Jags were shut out in Week 14. It almost doesn't get any worse than this.

32. Detroit Lions (1-11-1, N/A) LW: No. 32

Detroit is mathematically eliminated from the postseason, and on the fast track for the No. 1 pick in the 2022 NFL Draft. The Broncos ran all over the Lions in Week 14 to stay alive in the AFC playoff chase.