As Week 14 of the 2014 NFL season begins, the favorites to win the 2015 Super Bowl are becoming clearer. While the two teams who faced off in last year’s championship game still have a good chance of winning it all, two other contenders have surpassed the Seattle Seahawks and Denver Broncos.

The Green Bay Packers established themselves as the favorite to win Super Bowl XLIX by defeating the New England Patriots in Week 13. The Packers broke the Patriots’ seven-game winning streak with a 26-21 victory at Lambeau Field. Despite the loss, New England’s betting odds still have them as the favorites to represent the AFC in the big game.

The Broncos, Seahawks and Philadelphia Eagles also have odds of 18/1 or better. Seven teams have better odds than the Arizona Cardinals, who are tied for the NFL’s best record.  

More than two-thirds of the AFC has a legitimate chance to make the playoffs, as 11 teams have at least seven wins. However, the majority of teams that are considered to have a realistic chance of winning the championship come from the NFC. Eight of the 13 teams with odds of 28/1 or better are in the NFC, including the New Orleans Saints, who are under .500.

At 12/1, the Eagles have the best odds of any franchise that has never won a Super Bowl. The Detroit Lions lead the way at 25/1, among teams that have never even played in the title game.

With just four weeks left, eight teams have already been eliminated from playoff contention. All four teams in the AFC North and the NFC West still have a mathematical chance to reach the Super Bowl. The Chicago Bears and St. Louis Rams are tied for the worst odds at 500/1 with just five wins. The Carolina Panthers also have 500/1 odds, and their three victories still have them alive in the NFC South.

Below are 2015 Super Bowl betting odds for every team still in playoff contention, courtesy of

Green Bay Packers 7/2

New England Patriots 15/4

Denver Broncos 17/4

Seattle Seahawks 13/2

Philadelphia Eagles 12/1

Indianapolis Colts 18/1

Detroit Lions 25/1

Arizona Cardinals 28/1

Cincinnati Bengals 28/1

Dallas Cowboys 28/1

New Orleans Saints 28/1

San Diego Chargers 28/1

San Francisco 49ers 28/1

Baltimore Ravens 50/1

Kansas City Chiefs 50/1

Miami Dolphins 50/1

Pittsburgh Steelers 50/1

Atlanta Falcons 66/1

Cleveland Browns 100/1

Buffalo Bills 200/1

Houston Texans 200/1

Carolina Panthers 500/1

Chicago Bears 500/1

St. Louis Rams 500/1