Seattle cornerback Richard Sherman has pulled down two of his four interceptions this season in the last three games. Reuters

Behind quarterback Tom Brady’s four touchdown passes the New England Patriots improved to 8-2 on the year and remain heavy favorites to not only earn a trip but to outright win Super Bowl LI February in Houston, according to the latest odds from Sportsbook.ag.

The Patriots, who decimated San Francisco 30-17 on Sunday, practically doubled their chances of claiming the NFL title from last week and stand at 13/5 odds, followed by the Seattle Seahawks at 5/1, the upstart Dallas Cowboys at 11/2, the Pittsburgh Steelers at 15/1, and the Oakland Raiders rounding out the top five at 18/1.

The Seahawks, who nearly reached the NFC championship for a third-straight year last season and have dealt with significant injuries on both sides of the ball, wound up leapfrogging Dallas in the latest odds even though both squads were victorious in Week 11.

It's possible odds makers have come around on the Seahawks despite their early struggles, and it’s likely due to the defense returning to form. Seattle beat Philadelphia 26-15, holding what’s been a tough offensive squad to only 4.2 yards per play and forcing two turnovers. Currently riding a three-game winning streak, the Seahawks have forced five turnovers during the run compared to a combined seven in their previous seven.

The Cowboys were previously just behind New England in the eyes of oddsmakers, but a one spot drop shouldn’t dispel hopes of returning to the Super Bowl for the first time since the 1995 season. Rookie quarterback sensation Dak Prescott and fellow first-year rusher Ezekiel Elliot continued their stellar play in Week 11 and led Dallas to a 27-17 victory over Baltimore.

Dallas has a huge matchup in Week 12 on Thanksgiving Day against NFC East rival Washington, and 10th straight victory could further improve their championship chances.

The Steelers, who have dealt with an injury to quarterback Ben Roethlisberger, snapped their four-game losing streak against the winless Browns 24-9 in Week 11. Roethlisberger didn’t throw for a touchdown, but running back Le’Veon Bell has been sensational and helped steady an offense that’s underachieved this season, ranking 15th with 23.8 points per game.

Odds To Win Super Bowl LI

New England Patriots 13/5

Seattle Seahawks 5/1

Dallas Cowboys 11/2

Pittsburgh Steelers 15/1

Oakland Raiders 18/1

Denver Broncos 20/1

Atlanta Falcons 20/1

Kansas City Chiefs 25/1

New York Giants 25/1

Minnesota Vikings 30/1

Indianapolis Colts 40/1

Detroit Lions 40/1

Washington Redskins 40/1

Arizona Cardinals 50/1

Carolina Panthers 50/1

Baltimore Ravens 50/1

Houston Texans 50/1

Other Teams