Odds To Win The Super Bowl 2015
The 2015 Super Bowl matchup is now set as the Seattle Seahawks and New England Patriots will meet in Arizona for Super Bowl 49. The opening Super Bowl Odds listed the Seahawks as 2.5 point favorites with the over-under set at 49.5 points, BUT the whooping the Patriots but on the Colts has quickly moved the line down to a PICK’EM and O/U 49.
Seahawks vs. Patriots Super Bowl Point Spread:
|Thursday, November 26th 2015|
Green Bay Packers
|Sunday, November 29th 2015|
|San Diego Chargers|
New York Jets
Kansas City Chiefs
|New York Giants|
|Tampa Bay Buccaneers|
|St. Louis Rams|
|New Orleans Saints|
San Francisco 49ers
|New England Patriots|
|Monday, November 30th 2015|
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2015 Super Bowl Predictions
The NFL Draft is now said and done with, and there are plenty of teams who have to feel good about their chances of beating the Super Bowl odds this year. Join us today as we break down some of the favorites and the long-shots who could factor into the equation this year.
Super Bowl Favorites
Seattle Seahawks (6/1) – The Seahawks are the overwhelming favorites right now, but they probably aren’t quite as good of a team now as they were last season. Losing DT Red Bryant is going to hurt that defensive line rotation for sure. It’s nitpicking though, as QB Russell Wilson is still the real deal, and this defense remains one of the most dangerous in the league.
Denver Broncos (7/1) – QB Peyton Manning is coming off of his best season and one of the best seasons that a team has had in NFL history from an offensive standpoint. He has lost WR Eric Decker from his arsenal, but there is no doubt that this is still a tremendous receiving corps which is only going to get better and better as time goes on. Denver is clearly the class of the AFC West, which will help ensure that the team has the road to the Super Bowl all laid out in front of it. Still, sealing the deal has always been one of Manning’s knocks throughout his Hall of Fame career.
Green Bay Packers (12/1) – QB Aaron Rodgers is healthy again, and with that being the case, the Packers should again be considered legitimate contenders. There is a question as to whether they are the best team in the NFC North or not, but they should be a playoff team regardless. And, as we have seen with the Pack over the years, they aren’t afraid to go on the road in the postseason. If they can just avoid the San Francisco 49ers, they’ll be in good shape.
Super Bowl Long-Shots Worth A Look
Houston Texans (40/1) – We’re not saying that the Texans really should win the Super Bowl this season, but we are saying that there is a distinct possibility that they could be this season’s version of the Kansas City Chiefs. The quarterback position is a mess for sure, but the bones of this team aside from that are fantastic. LB Brian Cushing is healthy again (until he’s not), and adding DE Jadeveon Clowney is going to make this defense one of the most feared up front in the league. The AFC South is still as weak as could be too, and the door will certainly be open for this team to get back towards the top of the AFC South standings.
Cleveland Browns (50/1) – If QB Johnny Manziel really is this good, why can’t the Browns win the AFC North this year? The Baltimore Ravens are starting to show their age, as are the Pittsburgh Steelers, and though the Cincinnati Bengals have been the perennial contenders in this division for the last few years, we don’t think Cleveland is all that far off. There aren’t a lot of talented pieces offensively, but the defense is stacked with DB Joe Haden and DB Justin Gilbert manning the outside.