Patriots no longer Super Bowl LI favorites at Las Vegas book

Las Vegas sportsbooks were impacted by news of Tom Brady's suspension. AP Photo/Las Vegas News Bureau/Brian Jones

The effects of the news Monday that Tom Brady's four-game suspension from Deflategate has been reinstated by a U.S. appeals court were felt all the way in Las Vegas.

The New England Patriots, who were the consensus favorites to win Super Bowl LI at 6-1, are now the co-favorites with the Seattle Seahawks at 8-1, according to sportsbook operator CG Technology.

The Green Bay Packers (9-1), Pittsburgh Steelers (9-1) and Carolina Panthers (10-1) are next in line to win the title game.

New England's season win total dropped from 10.5 wins (over -155) to 10 (under -125) and the Patriots went from the favorite to win the AFC at +330 to co-favorites with Pittsburgh at +400.

The Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook responded to the news by taking down the Week 1 line against Arizona, but leaving New England's Super Bowl LI and odds to win the AFC unchanged.

If the suspension holds, New England will likely be an underdog in the first week of the season at Arizona, as that line moved from New England +1 to New England +4.5 in light of the Brady news. The Patriots are still favorites the next three weeks at home (vs. Dolphins, Texans, Bills).