The season is only a week old, but Super Bowl futures already have undergone some significant changes at the Hilton SuperBook.
New England remains the favorite, but the number on the Pats fell from 11/4 to 2/1 after they pasted the New York Jets in their season opener.
The Jets rose to 60/1 from 40/1.
San Diego remained at 6/1 after the Chargers got by reigning NFC champion Chicago, but defending Super Bowl titlist Indianapolis slipped from 6/1 from 10/1 after it demolished New Orleans.
The Saints rose from 12/1 to 15/1.
Baltimore, which lost its season opener to Cincinnati on Monday night, climbed from 13/1 to 25/1, while the Bengals stayed at 18/1.
Denver also remained 18/1 after the Broncos beat Buffalo but failed to cover.
Pittsburgh was still 25/1 followimg its triumph over Cleveland.
San Francisco, which has been gaining support in the West, plummeted from 50/1 to 30/1, while Arizona, the team it beat, jumped from 50/1 to 75/1.
The Bears inched up to 14/1 from 12/1, while Dallas, which got a cover against the New York Giants, slid to 14/1 from 16/1.
Upset Week 1 winner Tennessee dropped from 100/1 to 60/1, while loser Jacksonville went from 25/1 to 40/1.
Houston, which covered versus Kansas City, also dipped to 60/1 from 100/1.
Detroit, an outright victor over Oakland, fell from 50/1 to 40/1, as did Washington, which pushed against Miami.
Green Bay, another upset winner, remained 50/1.
The biggest move was on Michael Vick-less Atlanta, which skyrocketed 100/1 to 500/1 after its loss to Minnesota, which is 40/1 after opening at 60/1.
The Browns and Chiefs also are 500/1.
Listed at 200/1 were Oakland, Miami and Buffalo.
Tampa Bay, St. Louis and the Giants were 100/1.
The SuperBook has the AFC favored by 8 over the NFC in Super Bowl XLII, with the total at 48.
The NFC is plus $2.70 on the money line and the AFC minus $3.30.