A couple of teams saw their Super Bowl LVII odds change after the 2022 NFL Draft. The Philadelphia Eagles are given a better chance to win the championship, while the Minnesota Vikings fell to a lower tier of contenders.

The Eagles have +3500 Super Bowl odds at DraftKings Sportsbook after trading for A.J. Brown. Philadelphia sent the No. 18 and No. 101 picks in the NFL Draft to the Tennessee Titans in exchange for the wide receiver.

Heading into the first round, Philadelphia had +4500 odds to win the championship in the 2022 season.

Philadelphia went 9-8 in the 2021 season and earned a wild-card playoff berth without a 1,000-yard receiver on the roster. Rookie DeVonta Smith led the Eagles with 64 receptions for 916 yards. Prior to missing four games with injuries last year, Brown had 2,126 yards and 11 touchdowns in his first two NFL seasons.

The Eagles now share the same Super Bowl odds as the Las Vegas Raiders. Philadelphia jumped ahead of the New England Patriots, which have +4000 odds to win the championship.

The Vikings were ahead of the Eagles with +4000 Super Bowl odds at the start of the first round. After the draft, Minnesota’s chances to win the championship are down to +4500.

Minnesota traded down 20 spots in the first round. The Vikings sent the No. 12 pick to the Detroit Lions and made Georgia safety Lewis Cine their first selection at No. 32 overall. Minnesota selected Clemson cornerback Andrew Booth with its second pick at No. 42 overall.

The Vikings have the second-best odds in the NFC North. The Green Bay Packers are the clear favorites in the division with +1000 odds to win the championship. Green Bay surprisingly did not draft a wide receiver with either of its first-round picks.

Minnesota has missed the playoffs in two straight seasons.

The New Orleans Saints (+5000), Pittsburgh Steelers (+6500), and Washington Commanders (+6500) are immediately after the Vikings in terms of Super Bowl odds.

The Buffalo Bills (+650) have the best Super Bowl odds. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers (+700) are the NFC favorites.

The defending champion Los Angeles Rams (+1000) are tied with the Kansas City Chiefs (+1000) and Packers.

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Jalen Hurts #2 of the Philadelphia Eagles throws the ball during a game against the Arizona Cardinals at State Farm Stadium on December 20, 2020 in Glendale, Arizona. Norm Hall/Getty Images