Wes Welker
Going from the Patriots to the Broncos, Wes Welker may have changed the balance of power in the AFC. Reuters

Months after the 2013 NFL Draft and the start of free agency, teams are essentially done making any major acquisitions. There has been a lot of player movement since the Super Bowl, causing a change in some betting odds for next year’s title.

The San Francisco 49ers have surpassed the New England Patriots as the favorites to win it all in February. After losing Wes Welker, and the arrest of Aaron Hernandez, New England’s odds are now set at 9/1. Moving from 6/1, the Patriots have the fourth-best odds to win it all.

Denver is the favorite to reach the Super Bowl from the AFC. Peyton Manning added a top receiving target with the addition of Welker, but the Broncos defense took a hit when they lost Elvis Dumervil to the Baltimore Ravens as a free agent.

No legitimate title contender saw their odds fall in the last few months more than the Pittsburgh Steelers. Their odds went from 18/1 to 28/1 after losing Mike Wallace to the Miami Dolphins and Rashard Mendenhall to the Arizona Cardinals. Pittsburgh failed to add any major free agents in the offseason.

The New York Jets odds also dropped dramatically, moving from 66/1 to 100/1. New York drafted Geno Smith in April, and the team could be even worse than their 6-10 record from 2012 if they start a rookie at quarterback.

The Oakland Raiders and Jacksonville Jaguars are tied at the bottom of the NFL with 200/1 odds. Oakland’s odds became the same as Jacksonville after they traded Carson Palmer. The veteran quarterback be replaced by Matt Flynn, who was recently named the worst starting quarterback on a list composed by ESPN.

Below are updated betting odds for the 2014 Super Bowl for all 32 NFL teams. All of the numbers come from the online betting Web site Bovada.

San Francisco 49ers 6/1

Denver Broncos 13/2

Seattle Seahawks 8/1

New England Patriots 9/1

Green Bay Packers 12/1

Atlanta Falcons 14/1

Houston Texans 18/1

New Orleans Saints 18/1

New York Giants 22/1

Baltimore Ravens 22/1

Pittsburgh Steelers 28/1

Chicago Bears 28/1

Dallas Cowboys 33/1

Cincinnati Bengals 33/1

Washington Redskins 33/1

Indianapolis Colts 40/1

Detroit Lions 40/1

Miami Dolphins 40/1

Philadelphia Eagles 40/1

Minnesota Vikings 40/1

St. Louis Rams 40/1

San Diego Chargers 50/1

Tampa Bay Buccaneers 50/1

Kansas City Chiefs 50/1

Carolina Panthers 66/1

New York Jets 100/1

Cleveland Browns 100/1

Arizona Cardinals 125/1

Buffalo Bills 150/1

Tennessee Titans 150/1

Oakland Raiders 200/1

Jacksonville Jaguars 200/1