The dubious honour is now with St Kilda.
TAB Sportsbet's Gary Davies said the Saints were new favourites at $3.50 to finish last on the AFL ladder.
The Cats, who were $3.20 favourites for the spoon before their win over the Kangaroos, had now drifted out to $4.50, he said.
The Western Bulldogs were second favourites at $4.
In this weekend's footy action, Sportsbet had received solid backing for longshot Adelaide Crows to beat Essendon, Davies said.
``The Crows have been backed from $3.80 to $3.20, including one bet of $8000 at $3.50,'' he said.
``Essendon has eased from $1.22 to $1.30 as a result, and if there's more money for the Crows, the Bombers will ease out to $1.33,'' he said.
One punter had placed a bet of $10,000 on Melbourne at $1.55 to beat the West Coast.
``Melbourne has firmed from $1.60 into $1.50 and consequently West Coast is out to $2.40,'' he said.
Sydney Swans have firmed from $1.55 into $1.45 to defeat the Kangaroos at $2.55.
Betting for the Sunday matches had been quiet, although Davies said Geelong had attracted some support to firm from $1.50 into $1.45, and St Kilda had eased to $2.55.
This week's free $25 Sportsbet was won by Joe Collins, of Herne Hill. He has backed Essendon at the short odds.
Last week's free punter Michael Puche, of South Geelong, won $63.25 for his loyalty to the Cats.