Week 5: Chiefs climb, Patriots persevere in Super Bowl 52 odds

AOL.com editors

And we're on to Week 5.

Despite their 2-2 record, the New England Patriots remain the oddsmaker favorite with Bovada -- but the last-standing undefeated team's chances are on the up and up.

Quarterback Alex Smith and the Kansas City Chiefs maintained their perfect 4-0 record on Sunday when they defeated the Washington Redskins 29-20 on Monday, and are now the third-highest listed team when it comes to their shot at claiming this year's Vince Lombardi trophy.

Click through to see every NFL team's starting odds of winning this year's Super Bowl:

Tom Brady and the Patriots hold steady with the greatest odds of claiming the repeat Super Bowl win, but their odds this week dip from 7/2 to 5/1. Bill Belichick's squad faces the Tampa Bay Buccaneers away on Thursday night -- a game that, if lost, could signal an alarming shift for the highly-rated AFC team.

Other teams who continue to post promising odds projections are the Green Back Packers, Pittsburgh Steelers and Atlanta Falcons.

The San Francisco 49ers and Cleveland Browns are the worst-ranked teams in terms of their Super Bowl chances, with respective 2000/1 and 3000/1 odds.