CLEVELAND — The Cleveland Browns Super Bowl odds have faded since getting destroyed by the Tennessee Titans on Sunday, according to Sportsline .
Cleveland's odds are now at 30-1 to win the Super Bowl.
When the team acquired wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. in March, their odds jumped to 14-1.
The Browns AFC North competitor, the Baltimore Ravens, have better odds than them at 25-1.
The Pittsburgh Steelers are tied with the Browns for Super Bowl odds.
The Cincinnati Bengals still have lower odds at 300-1.
Cleveland lost to the Titans 43-13.
The Browns travel to New York to play the Jets for Monday Night Football action, where they hope to get their first win of the season and increase their Super Bowl odds.
To read the Super Bowl odds for all of the teams, click here .