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Bengals' Super Bowl odds increased heading into Week 3

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Teams like the Broncos, Cardinals and Bengals now have better odds of winning Super Bowl 50.

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Following an exciting second week of NFL action, odds-makers are continuing to change their picks for Super Bowl 50. And with Cincinnati coming off its second straight win, the Bengals' odds of winning the Super Bowl have more than doubled since the season begun.

When the Seattle Seahawks lost in Week 1, the Green Bay Packers quickly overtook them as Super Bowl favorites. And coming off a second-straight win, the 2-0 Packers remain Super Bowl favorites with 17-4 odds heading into the third week of the season.

The New England Patriots also overtook the Seahawks after starting off the season 2-0 and are now in a close second with 5-1 odds of winning back-to-back Super Bowls. Despite losing their first two games of the season, the Seattle Seahawks still hang on in third place, with 10-1 odds of winning a second title in three years. The Denver Broncos and Arizona Cardinals passed the 0-2 Indianapolis Colts to round out the top five, with the Broncos at 12-1 odds and the Cardinals close behind at 14-1.

The Cincinnati Bengals' odds have skyrocketed in the past few weeks, making a significant jump up to 22-1 odds after opening the season with 50-1 odds. The Bengals are on fire, and odds-makers are finally starting to catch on, giving Cincinnati the ninth-best odds in the NFL.

As for who will represent the AFC in Super Bowl 50, the New England Patriots come in with 5-2 odds of returning to the big show a year after hoisting the trophy. The Broncos are in a distant second, with 11-2 odds of returning two years after being dismantled by the Seahawks in one of the most lopsided Super Bowls of all time. The Indianapolis Colts and the Pittsburgh Steelers are right behind Denver with 8-1 odds.

The Cincinnati Bengals are the next team in the pecking order, coming in with 11-1 odds to win the AFC Championship. The Bengals seem to be a little bit disrespected here, ranking at fifth place in the conference--but odds-makers likely rank Cincinnati low because of its lack of playoff success in the past four years.

Here's a look at the odds for all 32 teams to win the next Super Bowl:

Week 2                         Week 3 (Current)

Green Bay Packers                    5/1                            17/4

New England Patriots                6/1                            5/1

Seattle Seahawks                      15/2                           10/1

Denver Broncos                        14/1                           12/1

Arizona Cardinals                      25/1                           14/1

Indianapolis Colts                      12/1                           16/1

Pittsburgh Steelers                    33/1                           16/1

Dallas Cowboys 14/1                           20/1

Cincinnati Bengals                     33/1                           22/1

Philadelphia Eagles 12/1                           22/1

Kansas City Chiefs 25/1                           28/1

Atlanta Falcons 28/1                           33/1

Baltimore Ravens 25/1                           33/1

Buffalo Bills 25/1                           33/1

Carolina Panthers 40/1                           33/1

Miami Dolphins 25/1                           33/1

Minnesota Vikings 40/1                           33/1

New York Jets 66/1                           33/1

San Diego Chargers 33/1                           40/1

San Francisco 49ers 33/1                           50/1

St. Louis Rams 40/1                           50/1

New Orleans Saints 50/1                           66/1

New York Giants 66/1                           66/1

Detroit Lions 50/1                           100/1

Houston Texans 66/1                           100/1

Oakland Raiders 200/1                          100/1

Tampa Bay Buccaneers 200/1                          100/1

Tennessee Titans 75/1                           100/1

Washington Redskins 200/1                          100/1

Chicago Bears 125/1                          150/1

Cleveland Browns 200/1                          150/1

Jacksonville Jaguars 500/1                          200/1

And here's a look at the odds for who will be representing each conference in Super Bowl 50:

Odds to win the 2015-16 AFC Conference             

New England Patriots                5/2       

Denver Broncos                        11/2        

Indianapolis Colts                      8/1        

Pittsburgh Steelers                    8/1

Cincinnati Bengals                     11/1                      

Baltimore Ravens                      14/1      

Buffalo Bills                          14/1                 

Kansas City Chiefs                    14/1              

Miami Dolphins                       14/1                  

New York Jets                          14/1        

San Diego Chargers                  20/1                  

Houston Texans                        40/1                  

Oakland Raiders                        50/1                  

Tennessee Titans                      50/1        

Cleveland Browns                      75/1                  

Jacksonville Jaguars                 100/1

Odds to win the 2015-16 NFC Conference

Green Bay Packers                    2/1           

Seattle Seahawks                      21/4                  

Arizona Cardinals                       6/1                     

Dallas Cowboys                        10/1                  

Philadelphia Eagles                    10/1                  

Atlanta Falcons                         14/1                  

Carolina Panthers                      16/1                       

Minnesota Vikings                     16/1                  

San Francisco 49ers                  25/1                      

St. Louis Rams                         25/1                          

New Orleans Saints                   33/1                  

New York Giants                       40/1                              

Detroit Lions                          50/1                        

Tampa Bay Buccaneers             50/1                  

Washington Redskins                50/1                  

Chicago Bears                          75/1