NFL playoff power rankings Ranking all 8 remaining teams based

NFL playoff power rankings: Ranking all 8 remaining teams based on their Super Bowl odds – USA TODAY

Then there were eight.

Fourteen teams competed in the NFL postseason last week, with six eliminated in the wild card round. Now that the divisional round has been determined, the latest odds for the Super Bowl 58 champion have been determined after a first round full of surprises.

Not surprisingly, the two teams seeded No. 1 in their respective conferences, the San Francisco 49ers and Baltimore Ravens, take the lead. However, the remaining six teams have slight differences in their placement relative to their seedings.

Here are all eight teams ranked based on their Super Bowl 58 odds as of Tuesday morning, courtesy of BetMGM.

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NFL Power Rankings: Divisional Round

8. Houston Texans (+3000)

So far: 10 (+4000)

The victory over the Browns with a commanding 45:14 victory over one of the best defenses in the league was not enough to significantly increase the Texans' Super Bowl chances. Maybe that's because they'll be facing one of the NFL's best and most diverse teams in the divisional round: the No. 1 seed Ravens.

T-6. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (+2800)

So far: 12 (+6600)

The Buccaneers snuck into the playoffs with a win in Week 18 that gave them the division title in the NFL's weakest conference – the NFC South. Nevertheless, they took care of their business at home against the Eagles in the wildcard round and have a better chance as a result.

T-6. Green Bay Packers (+2800)

So far: 13 (+8000)

As the No. 7 seed in the NFC, the Packers had the second-best odds to win the Super Bowl last weekend. A stunning win over the Cowboys in an upset on the road boosted those odds.

5. Detroit Lions (+900)

So far: 8 (+2000)

The Lions recorded their first playoff win since 1992 and will be able to host another divisional round playoff game thanks to help from the Packers. This helped to significantly increase their chances.

4. Kansas City Chiefs (+700)

So far: 5 (+900)

Despite their struggles in the home stretch of the regular season, the Chiefs took care of business at home with a 26-7 wild-card victory over the Dolphins.

3. Buffalo Bills (+500)

So far: 3 (+650)

The Bills' attempt to win the AFC East late in the season proved to be beneficial for them. They defeated the Steelers in their wild-card home game and now host the Chiefs, forcing Patrick Mahomes to play his first road playoff game.

2. Baltimore Ravens (+275)

So far: 2 (+325)

Baltimore secured the No. 1 seed in the AFC and earned a bye with a 13-4 record in the regular season. With odds of +120, they are the favorites to win their conference.

1. San Francisco 49ers (+175)

Previously: 1 (+225)

The 49ers are number one in the NFC and secured a first-round bye with their 12-5 regular season record. Their chances even improved after the wild card round thanks to a surprise by the Packers against the Cowboys. With odds of -190, they are the favorites to win the conference.

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