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Seahawks Among Early 2014 Super Bowl Favorites

With the Super Bowl over, and thus the lid finally put on the 2012 season, I thought it might be interesting to look at the Vegas odds for next year’s Super Bowl.

According to VegasInsider.com, The Seahawks opened at 16 to 1, which was tied for the 9th best odds in the NFL. There was obviously a lot of action on the Seahawks, because they very quickly were moved to 12 to 1 (6th best odds).

KJR’s Mitch said this morning thay he talked with an oddsmaker at Mandelay Bay Casino, and that they were getting so many people putting money on Seattle that they were moving their line to 8 to 1, which would make them the favorites (along with the 49ers) to win the NFC Championship.

We might as well get used to it. The Seahawks are going to be the darlings of the NFL all offseason.

Team

Odds

New England Patriots

6/1

San Francisco 49ers

8/1

Denver Broncos

8/1

Houston Texans

10/1

Green Bay Packers

10/1

Seattle Seahawks

12/1

Pittsburgh Steelers

14/1

Baltimore Ravens

14/1

Atlanta Falcons

16/1

New Orleans Saints

16/1

New York Giants

20/1

Chicago Bears

30/1

Washington Redskins

30/1

Cincinnati Bengals

30/1

Dallas Cowboys

30/1

San Diego Chargers

40/1

Detroit Lions

40/1

Minnesota Vikings

40/1

Philadelphia Eagles

40/1

Indianapolis Colts

40/1

Carolina Panthers

50/1

New York Jets

50/1

Miami Dolphins

50/1

St Louis Rams

50/1

Tampa Bay Buccanneers

50/1

Cleveland Browns

50/1

Kansas City Chiefs

50/1

Arizona Cardinals

100/1

Buffalo Bills

100/1

Tennessee Titans

100/1

Oakland Raiders

150/1

Jacksonville Jaguars

150/1

 

 

Topics: Seattle Seahawks, Vegas Odds

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