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Dallas Cowboys Super Bowl Odds Slip

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IRVING (105.3 THE FAN) - To the oddsmakers, the New England Patriots are still the Patriots. And the Cowboys are a contender that experienced a subpar offseason.

One week after Super Bowl 50, the Pats were installed as favorites to win the next Super Bowl. And Dallas was a top-10 contender, too, at 16-to-1.

But now, after the NFL Draft? The Patriots are still tops. But the Cowboys - with their Ezekiel Elliott-led draft - slipped from 20-to-1 (in March following a less-than-splashy free-agency period) to 22-to-1 today.

The odds to win the Super Bowl (with a hat tip to the research of colleague Tim Yotter) ... And how they've changed:

Team  |  Feb. 8  |  March 14  |  Current

Patriots 9/1  |  15/2  |  7/1

Seahawks 9/1  |  10/1  |  8/1

Packers 12/1 |  10/1  |  10/1

Steelers 12/1  |  10/1  |  10/1

Panthers 9/1  |  10/1  |  11/1

Cardinals 14/1  |  16/1  |  14/1

Broncos 16/1  |  10/1  |  16/1

Bengals 20/1  |  22/1  |  18/1

Cowboys 16/1  |  20/1  |  22/1

Colts 25/1  |  25/1  |  22/1

Vikings 25/1  |  22/1  |  22/1

Chiefs 25/1  |  25/1  |  25/1

Giants 33/1  |  33/1  |  25/1

Raiders 66/1  |  33/1  |  25/1

Ravens 33/1  |  40/1  |  33/1

Texans 40/1  |  20/1  |  33/1

Jets 33/1  |  50/1  |  40/1

Redskins 50/1  |  50/1  |  40/1

Falcons 33/1  |  50/1  |  50/1

Bills 33/1  |  50/1  |  50/1

Bears 40/1  |  50/1  |  50/1

Rams 50/1  |  50/1  |  50/1

Eagles 33/1  |  50/1  |  50/1

Lions 33/1  |  50/1  |  66/1

Jaguars 66/1  |  66/1  |  66/1

Dolphins 50/1  |  66/1  |  66/1

Saints 33/1  |  50/1  |  66/1

Chargers 50/1  |  50/1  |  66/1

Buccaneers 50/1  |  50/1  |  75/1

Browns 150/1  |  150/1  |  100/1

49ers 50/1  |  66/1  |  100/1

Titans 66/1  |  100/1  |  100/1

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