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Super Bowl Betting Futures Odds

The Seahawks and the Packers played an epic NFC title game last season and before this season begins they have the best betting odds to win the Super Bowl.

The Seahawks (+600) did not make many off-season moves, but the ones they did were big signing TE Jimmy Graham and finally resigning QB Russell Wilson. Wilson and Marshawn Lynch will lead the offense and the defense, and the Legion of Boom secondary, will lead a D that should be, once again, one of the best in the NFL.

The Packers (+600) also did not do much in the off-season besides signing some of the key players from the last few seasons such as Jordy Nelson. Aaron Rodgers and Eddie Lacy lead the dynamic offense for Green Bay and while the D, especially against the pass, has issues they may need to just be a good unit for Green Bay to make it back to the Big Game.

Perhaps no team had a better off-season to improve their offense than the Colts (+750), who signed veteran WR Andre Johnson and RB Frank Gore. Gore may be the big signing and if he can give Andrew Luck help on offense Indy may have one of the best ones in the league. The D also signed some key players and they may be better than last season when they ranked 12th in pass defense and 18th in run defense.


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The Pats (+900) are the defending champions, but they lost both starting CB’s, including Darrell Revis, and Tom Brady’s suspension for 4 games was upheld and Jimmy Garoppolo will take over for the first quarter of the season. Still, LeGarrett Blount was resigned and the pass offense will be legit, but the pass defense is the big concern in New England.

Can Peyton Manning give the Broncos (+1200) one more Super Bowl run? Well, he has the offense behind him, but has to play better than down the stretch last season. Von Miller and DeMarcus lead a great pass rush and the Denver D that ranked in the top 10 in both run and pass defense.

Tony Romo led the Cowboys (+1400) to the playoffs last year, but he had big time help from the league’s leading rusher in DeMarco Murray, who is now with the Eagles. Darren McFadden was signed in the off-season, but he has big time health issues and the 26th ranked pass defense from last season are big issues in the Big D. At least America’s team still has Romo and the resigned WR Dez Bryant.

If you want a dark horse why not the Ravens (+2500)? Yeah they play in the tough AFC North and they have concerns in the secondary, but Joe Flacco and Justin Forsett lead a solid offense and the team made some nice off-season additions even though they lost Haloti Ngata.

Talk about a new look team in the Eagles, who overhauled in the off-season and have a new QB in the oft-injured Sam Bradford and RB DeMarco Murray. The team also added many new players to help a D that only ranked 31st against the pass and 15th against the run last season.

The Steelers (+2500) have the offense with Ben Roethlisberger and Le’Von Bell and a solid run defense, but the pass defense, which only ranked 27th last season, is the key unit that needs improvement, especially facing the Bengals and Ravens in the AFC North.

Betting Futures for the Super Bowl as of August 3rd for all of the teams in the league to win the Super Bowl.

Seattle Seahawks +600
Green Bay Packers +600
Indianapolis Colts +750
New England Patriots +900
Denver Broncos +1200
Dallas Cowboys +1400
Baltimore Ravens +2500
Philadelphia Eagles +2500
Pittsburgh Steelers +2500
Arizona Cardinals +3500
New York Giants +3500
Cincinnati Bengals +4000
Kansas City Chiefs +4000
Miami Dolphins +4000
Buffalo Bills +4000
Detroit Lions +4500
New Orleans Saints +4500
Atlanta Falcons +4500
Carolina Panthers +4500
Minnesota Vikings +5000
Houston Texans +5000
St Louis Rams +5000
San Diego Chargers +5000
New York Jets +6000
San Francisco 49ers +6500
Chicago Bears +6500
Jacksonville Jaguars +15000
Oakland Raiders +15000
Cleveland Browns +13000
Tampa Bay Buccanneers +15000
Washington Redskins +15000
Tennessee Titans +30000