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When NFL fans woke up this morning, there were surely lots of notifications on their phones informing them of a wild night full of trades and free-agent signings.


Two of the biggest names in football, Odell Beckham Jr. and Le'Veon Bell, changed teams overnight. ​Bell signed with the New York Jets and ​OBJ was traded to Cleveland, essentially changing the landscape and 2019 NFL future of three teams in the blink of an eye.


With that came some massive movement in the ​Super Bowl odds on FanDuel Sportsbook.

​​The Browns odds to win the Super Bowl went from +2800 to +1800, a massive improvement for a team that had ​trouble winning games before last season. A full season with Rookie-of-the-Year runner up Baker Mayfield and the addition of ​pass-rusher Olivier Vernon, along with Beckham, makes them a contender to win the AFC North and make a run in the playoffs.


The Giants, conversely, went down from +5000 to +6000 in what will likely be a rebuilding year for them. Their New York counterpart, the Jets, had the largest boost in odds, from +8000 to +6000, but they're a long shot to even win the AFC East with Tom Brady and the Patriots the favorites (+700) to win back-to-back Super Bowls on ​FanDuel Sportsbook.

​​Beyond the two huge moves last night, Antonio Brown was traded this week, heading to The Black Hole to play for Jon Gruden and the Raiders. Their ​odds to win the Super Bowl shot up as well, going from an opening line of +10000 to their current +5500 odds, according to FanDuel Sportsbook.

​After these moves, it's quite possible there's a lull in odds movement for a while. But for the sake of NFL fans and bettors alike, let's hope there are more moves to come.


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