The Denver Broncos' epic second-half comeback was a fitting end to a wacky Week 6 that will spawn some serious Super Bowl odds shifts.
Three of the NFL's elite—arguably the top three contenders entering this weekend's games—suffered unexpected blows.
First, the Baltimore Ravens lost Ray Lewis and Lardarius Webb to season-ending injuries, which could prove catastrophic to their championship push.
Meanwhile, the San Francisco 49ers and Houston Texans were both manhandled at home, which suggests the field is far more open than it initially appeared.
Now that the landscape has changed, how do each team's Super Bowl odds stack up?
Here's a look.