NFL Betting Futures: Super Bowl Odds Update

With 12 teams left in the race for Super Bowl 50 the oddsmakers at online sportsbook Bodog have trimmed down the Super Bowl futures heading into the opening weekend of the postseason.

The current co-favorites to win the Super Bowl at Bodog are New England, Arizona and Carolina, all at +450.

The Patriots are the defending Super Bowl champions, but they’re also slumping right now having lost four of their last six games, and Tom Brady suffered a foot injury last week.

The Cardinals had won nine straight before finishing the regular season on a low note with a blowout loss to Seattle. generic dopoxetine Carolina is led by MVP front runner Cam Newton and will look to carry the momentum of a 15-1 regular season into the playoffs.

Following the +450 trio on the Bodog Super Bowl futures are Seattle and Denver at +600. The Seahawks looked down and out around the midpoint of the season, but after winning six of their last seven games they look like the team that made it to the last two Super Bowls again.

They could also look more dangerous if Marshawn Lynch is able to return from injury.

The Broncos seem a little high at +600 with their quarterback questions and lacklustre finish to the regular season. Now that Peyton Manning is healthy does he take over from Brock Osweiler? That could be the case after Osweiler’s benching in Week 17.

Continuing down the odds list Pittsburgh checks in at +900, with Kansas City at +1600 and Green Bay at +2200.

The Steelers barely made it into the postseason, but with the No.  3 offense in the league no one will take them lightly. Kansas City is red hot, having won 10 in a row, but have lost eight in a row in the playoffs. Green Bay used to be among the Super Bowl favorites, but two straight losses to playoff teams has people questioning if they’re a legit contender.

The best flyer to take right now could be Cincinnati at +2500 at Bodog. The AFC North division champs are definitely due having not won a playoff game in over two decades, but their chances may depend on if Andy Dalton is healthy enough to return at quarterback.