Odds To Win Super Bowl 2015

Super Bowl Odds
Sportsbooks wasted no time setting odds to win the 2015 Super Bowl after the Seahawks destroyed the Broncos. The Seattle Seahawks opened up has favorites to win Super Bowl 49, which will be played in Arizona. The SF 49ers and Denver Broncos round out the top 3 favorites win the Super Bowl in 2015. NFL Over-Under win totals for the 2014-2015 season have been already been released.

(updated 4/14/14)






Seahawks 6/1 6/1
Broncos 7/1 7/1
49ers 15/2 7/1
Patriots 9/1 8/1
Packers 10/1 12/1
Bears 28/1 20/1
Colts 20/1 20/1
Saints 22/1 20/1
Eagles 18/1 20/1
Panthers 25/1 28/1
Cowboys 40/1 33/1
Cardinals 33/1 33/1
Falcons 33/1 33/1
Ravens 33/1 33/1
Chargers 33/1 33/1
Bengals 33/1 33/1
Chiefs 33/1 40/1
Steelers 33/1 40/1
Texans 33/1 40/1
Lions 40/1 40/1
Giants 40/1 40/1
Rams 50/1 50/1
Redskins 50/1 50/1
Browns 50/1 50/1
Dolphins 50/1 50/1
Bucs 50/1 50/1
Jets 66/1 66/1
Vikings 66/1 66/1
Titans 75/1 75/1
Bills 75/1 75/1
Raiders 100/1 100/1
Jags 150/1 150/1

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Potential free agents have been franchise tagged, and some have gotten fat new deals to stay with their teams. Now, it’s off to the NFL Draft, where all 32 teams are going to hope to find the next big thing to get their team the Super Bowl.

At the moment, the favorites to win the Super Bowl are clearly the San Francisco 49ers (7/1) and New England Patriots (15/2). There’s really no reason not to believe that these two teams aren’t the class of their respective conferences at the moment. The Patriots still play in the worst division in football, and they are coming off of a season in which they fell just short of the biggest game of the year for the second season in a row. San Fran has a great, young quarterback to build around in QB Colin Kaepernick, and there are enough draft picks in place to make a huge move for a star.

There are some teams that could become lethal with the right selection in the upcoming NFL Draft. The Houston Texans (16/1) are one of those teams that come to mind. The skill is definitely there for the Texans on offense, as they have a great offensive line, a solid quarterback, one elite receiver, and an elite running back. However, they’re really misfiring in that second WR slot. WR Kevin Walter just doesn’t cut it anymore. Houston tried to catch lightning in a bottle by drafting WR Keshawn Martin and WR Lester Jean last year, but those two just didn’t work. Getting an elite receiver in the draft could make this one of the most dangerous teams in football once again.

The Chicago Bears (25/1) might be in the exact same boat. They have a new coach in Marc Trestman that is sure to make QB Jay Cutler a better pure passer, but he badly needs another weapon to throw the ball to. WR Brandon Marshall had over half of the targets from Cutler last year, and there has to be someone else on the opposite side of the field that can help out. The WR Alshon Jeffrey experiment hasn’t gone so well yet, and a speed burning wide out might make all the difference in the world.

Another interesting team to watch is the Kansas City Chiefs (40/1). We already know that KC is sending off its second round draft pick to the 49ers so QB Alex Smith can become its starting quarterback. When you really look back at it now, there are some real pieces to the puzzle playing for these Chiefs, and Head Coach Andy Reid is going to make the most of them. The top pick in the NFL Draft is a big time commodity, and as we get closer to draft day, teams might want to get up there and get that pick.

The Chiefs need some interior line help on both sides of the ball, and trading down to get more picks could really help the team out. It’s going to take a few immediate great draft picks to get them back to the playoffs, but the Chiefs clearly have the assets to work with to be able to pull off what the Indianapolis Colts did last year when they put together essentially an entire team full of rookies.

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