The Buffalo Bills have moved into the role of Super Bowl favorite, according to oddsmakers, after their victory over two-time AFC champion Kansas City on Sunday.
The Bills are listed as 21-4 by BetOnline in the weekly update issued Tuesday. The Bills had been 15-2 last week and were 14-1 after the season-opening loss to Pittsburgh.
Tampa Bay is the current second choice at 11-2 followed by Kansas City at 15-2.
Bills quarterback Josh Allen has moved into the favorite's role for league Most Valuable Player, according to BetOnline. Allen is listed at 9-2 after being 6-1 last week along with Arizona quarterback Kyler Murray.
Allen has opened in April at 12-1 to win MVP after finishing second in the voting last season.
Tampa Bay QB Tom Brady is the second choice at 21-4, followed by Dallas QB Dak Prescott at 11-2 and Murray at 13-2.
Bills coach Sean McDermott is tied as the second choice for coach of the year at 7-1 with Arizona's Kliff Kingsbury. The Chargers' Brandon Staley is the betting favorite at 2-1. McDermott has opened at 16-1 in April.