Super Bowl odds: Ravens hold value as Lamar Jackson takes over
The Baltimore Ravens have started their season off with two wins in the first three weeks of play. Photo by Michael Dwyer/AP.

After three weeks of NFL action, we're beginning to get a feel for which teams are Super Bowl contenders and which ones are pretenders.

The latest: The Buffalo Bills sustained their first loss of the season but remain Super Bowl favourites, the Baltimore Ravens' offence looks unstoppable and the Philadelphia Eagles are one of three undefeated teams.

Here are the top 10 Super Bowl odds after Week 3.

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TeamOdds (Sept. 26)Odds (Sept. 20)Preseason odds
Buffalo Bills+550+425+600
Kansas City Chiefs+800+650+1,000
Tampa Bay Buccaneers +800+700+750
Green Bay Packers+900+1,300+1,100
Philadelphia Eagles+900+1,300+3,300
Los Angeles Rams+1,300+1,400+1,100
Baltimore Ravens +1,400+1,800+1,800
Miami Dolphins +1,400+2,000+4,000
Los Angeles Chargers+1,600+1,500+1,100
Denver Broncos+2,000+2,200+1,200

Odds as of 5:01 p.m. ET on 09/26/2022.

Best Super Bowl odds

The favourite: Bills (+550)

The offseason hype train had the Bills as Super Bowl favourites, and Sean McDermott's squad hasn't disappointed through three games. We say this despite Buffalo's recent loss to a solid Miami team.

A slew of injuries to the defence left the Bills secondary exposed on Sunday. Jordan Poyer, TreDavious White, Dane Jackson and Micah Hyde all missed the Week 3 contest, with the latter being placed on the season-long IR due to a neck injury.

The defence was still impressive, holding Miami to just 21 points in the sweltering heat. Josh Allen had a rare off-day by his standards but still ranks among the NFL's best.

The MVP contender took a massive step forward last season and appears to have somehow gotten better. Allen's thrown for 1,014 yards and nine touchdowns in three games and has the fourth-best QBR in the NFL (109.8)

Buffalo's offence ranked fifth in yards per game last season (381.9), scored the second-most touchdowns (57) and had the third-highest PPG (28.4). Don't be surprised if they eclipse those numbers this year.

Von Miller had an immediate impact on the defence through two weeks of play. Take a look at how dominant Buffalo has been in all phases of the defensive game:

TeamPass yds/GRush yds/GYards/GTakeawaysPPG
Bills 2021 defence163.0 (1st)109.8 (13th)272.8 (1st)30 (3rd)17 (1st)
Bills 2022 defence156.3 (2nd)57.7 (2nd)214.0 (1st)7 (2nd)12.7 (4th)
Stats via ESPN.com

Get the folding tables ready because this could finally be the year when the Lombardi Trophy heads to Buffalo.

Other Super Bowl choices

Best value: Ravens (+1,400)

The Ravens collected a road win against the New England Patriots on Sunday after blowing a massive lead to the Dolphins the week prior.

Lamar Jackson and Baltimore couldn't reach a long-term deal this offseason but that's not holding him back from returning to MVP form.

Jackson's 10 passing touchdowns and 119.0 QBR are both the best in the NFL. He's also rushed for 226 yards and two touchdowns in the past two games. Just pay the man.

The offence is clicking as Rashod Bateman looks like a legit WR1 alongside tight end Mark Andrews. J.K. Dobbins' return will be a welcome boost to the rushing attack, too.

The Ravens rushed for a league-best 3,071 yards in 2020-21 when both Jackson and Dobbins were healthy. Photo by Nick Wass/AP.

The defence is the one part of this team that's worrisome. Baltimore gave up 35 second-half points to Miami in Week 2 and 26 total points to a floundering Patriots offence on Sunday.

A season-ending injury to Kyle Fuller highlighted a weakness in the secondary, and teams have exploited it. Baltimore has given up a league-leading 353.3 passing yards per game heading into Week 4.

John Harbaugh has proven himself to be one of the best coaches in the league, so we're confident he can sort this out. Don't sleep on his Ravens to win a weakened AFC North and parlay that into a deep playoff run.

Team to watch: Eagles (+900)

The Eagles were our team to watch last week and remain here after another convincing victory.

Philadelphia came away with a dominant 24-8 win and remains undefeated. Perhaps more importantly, Jalen Hurts looks elite. The third-year quarterback has thrown for 916 yards while rushing for an additional 167 and three touchdowns.

Philly's defence has been stout following a lacklustre opening performance. The Eagles gave up just 15 points in their past two games while generating 11 sacks and four turnovers.

If the offence can continue to perform at a high level and the defence does its job, Philadelphia should moonwalk to an NFC East title. Home-field advantage in the playoffs is crucial, and Lincoln Financial Field is one of the most hostile environments for a visiting team to play in.

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