CLEVELAND — Heading into the 2019 season, the Cleveland Browns possessed no shortage of preseason hype.

But after the team suffered a 43-13 blowout defeat at the hands of the Tennesee Titans in their season opener on Sunday, oddsmakers have cooled down on the Browns -- at least as far as the team's Super Bowl chances are concerned.

On Monday, released its latest round of Super Bowl 54 odds after all but two of the NFL's Week 1 games had been played. And after entering the season with the fifth-best odds of winning this season's title at 14-1, the Browns have already seen their Super Bowl odds drop to 25-1 -- which ties them for the 11th-best odds in the league.

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Cleveland Browns head coach Freddie Kitchens watches during the first half of the season opener against the Tennessee Titans at FirstEnergy Stadium in Cleveland on Sunday, September 8, 2019.
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  • New England Patriots 4-1
  • Kansas City Chiefs 7-1
  • New Orleans Saints 9-1
  • Los Angeles Rams 12-1
  • Philadelphia Eagles 12-1
  • Los Angeles Chargers 14-1
  • Green Bay Packers 16-1
  • Dallas Cowboys 16-1
  • Minnesota Vikings 16-1
  • Chicago Bears 20-1
  • Cleveland Browns 25-1
  • Houston Texans 25-1
  • Seattle Seahawks 25-1
  • San Francisco 49ers 25-1
  • Baltimore Ravens 25-1
  • Pittsburgh Steelers 28-1
  • Atlanta Falcons 40-1
  • Tennessee Titans 40-1
  • Jacksonville Jaguars 50-1
  • Carolina Panthers 50-1
  • Indianapolis Colts 66-1
  • Buffalo Bills 66-1
  • Denver Broncos 66-1
  • New York Jets 80-1
  • Detroit Lions 100-1
  • New York Giants 100-1
  • Arizona Cardinals 100-1
  • Washington Redskins 100-1
  • Oakland Raiders 150-1
  • Tampa Bay Buccaneers 150-1
  • Cincinnati Bengals 150-1
  • Miami Dolphins 250-1

In addition to their dip in Super Bowl odds, the Browns have seen their AFC title odds slip from +850 to 12-1 and their AFC North title odds drop from +150 to +200. Despite possessing worse Super Bowl odds than both the Browns and Ravens, the Steelers are listed as a slight favorite to win the AFC North at +175.