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Super Bowl 50 Odds: No Shock at the Top

After 32 teams started the NFL season, playing in 266 games including the playoffs, two teams remain. The Carolina Panthers and Denver Broncos will slug it out in San Francisco on Sunday with Super Bowl 50 on the line, and it shouldn’t come as a surprise to see the Panthers as favorites to win it all.

Online sportsbook BetOnline has Cam Newton and company pegged at -225 to win the Super Bowl, with their AFC opponent coming back at +195. The Panthers stomped on the Cardinals like a dirty cigarette butt, beating them in every aspect of the game—ultimately winning 49-15.

This Panthers team has come a very long way since the start of the season as the team was as high as +5000 before the season began. So needless to say, a Panthers Super Bowl win would be a dream come true for Panthers’ futures bettors.

The Broncos are hoping for a fairy-tale ending of their own, as Peyton Manning will have the chance to go out on top after upsetting the Patriots. Home field advantage might have been the difference for the top seeded Broncos, who’ll be in the role of the underdog the second game in a row when they play Carolina. The last time Denver was an underdog in back-to-back games was in Weeks 5 and 6 during the 2012 season. They won both of those games SU and ATS.

Although they didn’t offer the futures value that the Panthers did at the start of the season, their +1400 price could mean a nice payday for their backers if they can pull off another upset.

Here’s a look at the odds for Super Bowl 50.

Odds to Win Super Bowl 50
TeamOdds
Carolina Panthers-225
Denver Broncos+195

Odds as of February 4 at BetOnline

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The New England Patriots once again find themselves in familiar territory at the top of the odds list to win Super Bowl 50, but this time they have company.

Online sportsbook Bovada has the Patriots and Carolina Panthers as co-favorites to win the Super Bowl—each coming in at +200. The Patriots looked strong in the Divisional Round, ending the Kansas City Chiefs’ 11-game win streak with a pass heavy attack of 302 passing yards compared to just 38 rushing yards on 14 attempts. The Patriots will now hit the road to play Denver in the AFC title game.

As for the Broncos, who are lowest on the Super Bowl futures list of the four remaining teams at +400, they were able to take advantage of an undermanned Steelers team for an ugly 23-16 win. The game was highlighted by a Peyton Manning led drive in the fourth quarter that resulted in the game winning touchdown. The teams met in the AFC Championship game in 2014 in Denver, where the Broncos had their way with the Patriots in the form of a 26-16 win.

In the NFC, things couldn’t have started any better for the Carolina Panthers, who brought a 31-0 lead into halftime, but allowed the Seahawks to get back into it in the second half with 24 unanswered points. The first half beatdown was the difference though, and they’ll now host their first NFC title game in team history vs the Arizona Cardinals.

The Cardinals, and Carson Palmer in particular, looked shaky in their thrilling overtime win over the Packers, but they did have a strong season on the road with a 7-1 SU and 6-2 ATS record. The Cards entered the Divisional Round as favorites to win the Super Bowl, but after the close call against the Packers, they’ve dropped to third on the list at +350. The teams met in the Wild Card Round last year in Carolina—a 27-16 win for the Panthers.

Here’s a look at the full list of odds.

Odds to Win Super Bowl 50
TeamOdds
New England Patriots+200
Carolina Panthers+200
Arizona Cardinals+350
Denver Broncos+400

Odds as of January 18 at Bovada

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And then there were eight. After a wacky wild card weekend filled with missed field goals, devastating turnovers, ugly penalties, blowouts and the four road teams winning for the first time in NFL history, the best eight teams in the NFL remain.

Online sportsbook Bovada has the Arizona Cardinals as slim +425 favorites to win the Super Bowl, narrowly ahead of the second seed in the AFC, the New England Patriots. The Cardinals will host the Green Bay Packers on Saturday, a team they recently destroyed 38-8 in a Week 16 home game.

The second best odds amongst NFC teams belongs to the Carolina Panthers at +500. The top seed in the NFC will host a Seahawks team on Sunday that’s now won six straight road games. The Panthers own a 27-24 victory over the Seahawks in Week 5.

After the four road wins in the opening round, it would appear as if home field advantage doesn’t carry much weight, and oddsmakers agree as the top seeded Denver Broncos are tied for fourth on the list with the Seahawks at +550.

The team with the biggest question marks entering the divisional round is the Pittsburgh Steelers. They were a hot sleeper pick entering the playoffs, but with the playing status of Ben Roethlisberger and Antonio Brown in question, the team is tied with the Packers as the biggest long shot to win the Super Bowl at +1200.

Here’s a look at the full list of odds.

Odds to Win Super Bowl 50
TeamOdds
Arizona Cardinals+425
New England Patriots+450
Carolina Panthers+500
Seattle Seahawks+550
Denver Broncos+550
Kansas City Chiefs+900
Green Bay Packers+1200
Pittsburgh Steelers+1200

Odds as of January 11 at Bovada

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Week 17 of the NFL is officially in the books, and with it the real season has arrived. This year’s postseason looks like it’s going to be one of the most exciting editions in quite some time. According to online sportsbook Bovada, there’s a three-way tie atop of Super Bowl 50 futures markets as the New England Patriots, Arizona Cardinals and Carolina Panthers share the shortest odds to hoist the Lombardi Trophy at +450.

The Patriots, losers of four of their last six, aren’t exactly hitting their stride at the right time, but if we’ve learned anything from the Tom Brady-Bill Belichick pairing it’s that they should never be counted out.

Arizona got embarrassed by Seattle in the form of a 36-6 blowout at home in Week 17, but head coach Bruce Arians opted to rest many of his starters with the Cardinals’ postseason landscape already set in stone. Make no mistake – the Cards are a force to be reckoned with in the NFC, and you know veteran quarterback Carson Palmer has no shortage of motivation after missing last year’s postseason with an ACL injury.

The Panthers are the new kids on the block when discussing the top teams in the league. Carolina bulldozed their way through the NFL in 2015, finishing with a sparkling 15-1 SU record thanks to a stellar defense and some otherworldly play under center by MVP favorite Cam Newton. The Panthers look like a team that’s going to be contending for a long time, but the job is far from finished in Charlotte.

Seattle and Denver both have a +600 chance to go all the way, while the Pittsburgh Steelers (+900) are the only other team with odds in triple digits to win the big dance. One notable squad lower on the list is the Green Bay Packers (+2200), but if you’ve watched the Pack at all this season, you know their inconsistent play hasn’t exactly warranted the respect from oddsmakers.

Here’s a look at the shop’s full list of odds.

Odds to Win Super Bowl 50
TeamOdds
New England Patriots+450
Arizona Cardinals+450
Carolina Panthers+450
Seattle Seahawks+600
Denver Broncos+600
Pittsburgh Steelers+900
Kansas City Chiefs+1600
Green Bay Packers+2200
Cincinnati Bengals+2500
Minnesota Vikings+2800
Washington Redskins+4000
Houston Texans+6600

Odds as of January 4 at Bovada

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For the first time this season, the New England Patriots have some company at the top of Super Bowl 50 futures markets at Bovada.

Thanks to a 38-8 beat down of the Green Bay Packers, the Arizona Cardinals have joined the Pats as co-favorites to hoist the Lombardi Trophy in February with a price of +350. Arizona has won nine consecutive games to improve to 13-2 SU with one week remaining in the 2015 season.

The Patriots (12-3) have already clinched a first-round bye, so Week 16’s 26-20 overtime loss to the New York Jets won’t have any postseason ramifications for Tom Brady and company.

The Carolina Panthers suffered their first defeat of the season last Sunday thanks to a surprising 20-13 setback to the Atlanta Falcons but still offer some great value at +500. Rounding out the top five are the Seattle Seahawks (+750) and Denver Broncos (+1000).

Here’s a look at the shop’s full list of odds.

Odds to Win Super Bowl 50
TeamOdds
New England Patriots+350
Arizona Cardinals+350
Carolina Panthers+500
Seattle Seahawks+750
Denver Broncos+1000
Kansas City Chiefs+1400
Pittsburgh Steelers+1600
Green Bay Packers+1600
Cincinnati Bengals+2000
Minnesota Vikings+2800
New York Jets+2800
Washington Redskins+5000
Houston Texans+6600

Odds as of December 29 at Bovada

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With two weeks remaining in the NFL’s regular season, the New England Patriots are favorites to win the Super Bowl according to online sportsbook Bovada. After a bit of a stumble that saw the Pats lose back-to-back games, they’ve won two straight and it appears as if Rob Gronkowski is back to full health after an injury scare a few weeks ago. The Patriots are listed at +333 to win it all.

You’d think being a perfect 14-0 would put the Carolina Panthers on the top of this list, but that’s not the case. After a close call in New York, the Panthers dropped to the second best odds to win the Super Bowl at +400.

After a comeback win by the Steelers over the Broncos, both teams have seen a shift in their odds. The Steelers are down to +650 from +750, while the Broncos have slid from +1200 to +1400.

Here's a look at Bovada's latest odds.

Odds to Win Super Bowl 50
TeamOdds
New England Patriots+333
Carolina Panthers+400
Arizona Cardinals+650
Seattle Seahawks+650
Pittsburgh Steelers+650
Green Bay Packers+1000
Denver Broncos+1400
Kansas City Chiefs+1800
Cincinnati Bengals+1800
Minnesota Vikings+5000
Washington Redskins+6600
New York Jets+7500
Houston Texans+7500
Philadelphia Eagles+7500
New York Giants+7500
Indianapolis Colts+10000
Jacksonville Jaguars+50000
Atlanta Falcons+50000
Tampa Bay BuccaneersN/A
Buffalo BillsN/A
Miami DolphinsN/A
Oakland RaidersN/A
St. Louis RamsN/A
New Orleans SaintsN/A
Detroit LionsN/A
San Diego ChargersN/A
San Francisco 49ersN/A
Tennessee TitansN/A
Baltimore RavensN/A
Cleveland BrownsN/A

Odds as of December 21 at Bovada

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The NFL is often described as one of the most unpredictable leagues in sports, and the 2015 campaign is once again proving that sentiment to be true. Don't believe us? Just check out the shift in odds over the course of the last few weeks.

All it took was a road win in Houston for the New England Patriots to halt a brief two-game losing skid and launch themselves to the top of the Super Bowl champion odds at Bovada. The Pats, who were +500 last Monday, sit tied with the undefeated Carolina Panthers at +375 with Week 15 on the horizon.

The Seattle Seahawks looked like a shell of their former selves out of the gate this season but have found their momentum and then some in recent weeks. The Seahawks, winners of four straight and six of their last seven, are finally re-earning the trust of oddsmakers in the form of a +600 chance to claim the title in February.

Where does your team rank? Here's a look at Bovada's updated list of odds.

Odds to Win Super Bowl 50
TeamOdds
Carolina Panthers+375
New England Patriots+375
Arizona Cardinals+550
Seattle Seahawks+600
Pittsburgh Steelers+750
Green Bay Packers+1000
Denver Broncos+1200
Kansas City Chiefs+1600
Cincinnati Bengals+2200
Indianapolis Colts+5000
Minnesota Vikings+5000
New York Giants+5000
New York Jets+5000
Philadelphia Eagles+5000
Washington Redskins+10000
Houston Texans+10000
Houston Texans+10000
Dallas Cowboys+15000
Jacksonville Jaguars+25000
Tampa Bay Buccaneers+30000
Buffalo Bills+30000
Atlanta Falcons+50000
Miami Dolphins+50000
Oakland Raiders+50000
St. Louis RamsN/A
New Orleans SaintsN/A
Detroit LionsN/A
San Diego ChargersN/A
San Francisco 49ersN/A
Tennessee TitansN/A
Baltimore RavensN/A
Cleveland BrownsN/A

Odds as of December 14 at Bovada

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All it took was a 12-0 start for the Carolina Panthers to finally earn the distinction of being the betting favorite to win Super Bowl 50. After facing some major adversity on the road vs the Saints, the Panthers came out on top in a 41-38 thriller and now stand at +350 at Bovada in Super Bowl futures.

They leaped the New England Patriots who dropped from +333 to +500 as it appears injuries are finally starting to take their toll on Brady and company. Injuries aside, some sloppy play resulted in an embarrassing 35-28 home loss to the lowly Philadelphia Eagles. It was the second loss in a row for the Pats who play in Houston on Sunday night.

The Steelers and Seahawks are starting to see their stock climb after convincing wins in Week 13. Both teams are up to +900.

The most significant dip in the futures belongs to the Minnesota Vikings who appear to be more of a pretender than a contender. Their odds dropped from +1400 way down to +4000. 

Odds to Win Super Bowl 50
TeamOdds
Carolina Panthers+350
New England Patriots+500
Arizona Cardinals+650
Denver Broncos+850
Cincinnati Bengals+900
Seattle Seahawks+900
Pittsburgh Steelers+900
Green Bay Packers+1000
Kansas City Chiefs+2000
Minnesota Vikings+4000
New York Giants+4000
Indianapolis Colts+4000
New York Jets+5000
Washington Redskins+6600
Philadelphia Eagles+6600
Houston Texans+10000
Dallas Cowboys+10000
Tampa Bay Buccaneers+10000
Buffalo Bills+10000
Atlanta Falcons+15000
Chicago Bears+25000
Miami Dolphins+30000
Oakland Raiders+50000
Baltimore Ravens+75000
Jacksonville Jaguars+100000
St. Louis Rams+100000
New Orleans Saints+100000
Detroit Lions+100000
San Diego ChargersN/A
San Francisco 49ersN/A
Tennessee TitansN/A
Cleveland BrownsN/A

Odds as of December 7 at Bovada

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It has taken 12 weeks and a perfect 11-0 record for books to take the Carolina Panthers seriously as they are now +400 to win Super Bowl 50, the top odds of any team in the NFC. Despite the Panthers perfect record, the Arizona Cardinals were listed ahead of the Panthers all season long in the NFC.

Not surprisingly, the New England Patriots remain the favorites to win Super Bowl 50, with Bovada listing them at +333 after 12 weeks of play. The Pats suffered their first loss of the season this past weekend as well as losing Rob Gronkowski for what looks like 1-to-2 weeks with a knee bruise.

For the first time this season there are teams that are simply not listed in the odds at all. The Tennessee Titans, San Francisco 49ers and Cleveland Browns have all been taken off the odds list with each team failing to win more than three games so far this season.

Odds to Win Super Bowl 50
TeamOdds
New England Patriots+333
Carolina Panthers+400
Arizona Cardinals+650
Denver Broncos+900
Cincinnati Bengals+1100
Seattle Seahawks+1200
Green Bay Packers+1200
Minnesota Vikings+1400
Pittsburgh Steelers+1400
Kansas City Chiefs+2500
New York Giants+2500
Indianapolis Colts+3300
Houston Texans+6600
Washington Redskins+6600
Chicago Bears+7500
Atlanta Falcons10000
New York Jets+10000
Oakland Raiders+10000
Philadelphia Eagles+15000
Dallas Cowboys+15000
Tampa Bay Buccaneers+15000
Buffalo Bills+30000
Detroit Lions+30000
Jacksonville Jaguars+30000
St. Louis Rams+50000
Miami Dolphins+50000
New Orleans Saints+50000
Baltimore Ravens+50000
San Diego Chargers+100000
San Francisco 49ersN/A
Tennessee TitansN/A
Cleveland BrownsN/A

Odds as of December 1 at Bovada

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With 11 weeks of NFL action in the rear-view mirror, the New England Patriots are the clear favorite to win Super Bowl 50. The undefeated Patriots who are listed at +240 at Bovada have given opposing defenses nightmares as they’re currently second in the league in points scored. Surprisingly, their defense has been fantastic too, as they’ve only allowed 182 points, which is the best in the league.

The most significant bump of the week among serious Super Bowl contenders belongs to the Green Bay Packers who went from +1200 to +800 after a blowout road win over the Vikings. The result of the game also saw the Vikings slide from +1200 way down to +2200.

Put this one in the wishful thinking category—the Dallas Cowboys went from +6600 to +2500 after a Week 11 win over Miami. With Tony Romo back in the fold the Cowboys are a much better team, but let’s get serious, they’re 3-7.

Odds to Win Super Bowl 50
TeamOdds
New England Patriots+240
Arizona Cardinals+500
Carolina Panthers+700
Green Bay Packers+800
Pittsburgh Steelers+1000
Cincinnati Bengals+1400
New York Giants+1400
Denver Broncos+1400
Seattle Seahawks+1600
Minnesota Vikings+2200
Dallas Cowboys+2500
Indianaplois Colts+3300
Kansas City Chiefs+3300
Philadelphia Eagles+6600
Atlanta Falcons+6600
Houston Texans+6600
St. Louis Rams+10000
Jacksonville Jaguars+10000
Buffalo Bills+15000
Oakland Raiders+15000
New York Jets+15000
Tampa Bay Buccaneers+15000
Washington Redskins+20000
Chicago Bears+25000
Detroit Lions+25000
Miami Dolphins+30000
New Orleans Saints+30000
Baltimore Ravens+50000
Tennessee Titans+75000
San Francisco 49ers+100000
San Diego Chargers+200000
Cleveland Browns+200000

Odds as of November 26 at Bovada

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Ten weeks into the NFL season and the Patriots and Panthers remain undefeated. The last time two teams were undefeated this deep into a season, they ended up playing each other in the Super Bowl (2009 Colts and Saints). With that said, it should come as no shock to see the Patriots as the favorite in Super Bowl futures at online sportsbook Bovada at +240. The Panthers, however, come in at third at +750 behind the Cardinals at +550.

The Cards have risen from last week’s +800 after a defining win in Seattle against the Seahawks. The Seahawks have seen a significant drop since the loss, entering the game at +1400 to win the Super Bowl, but now they stand at +2000.

Another team on the slide in the Green Bay Packers. After an embarrassing loss to the Lions at home they went from third on the list at +750 to fifth at +1200.

Relevant teams on the rise include the Steelers (+2200 to +1200), Vikings (+2000 to +1200) and Giants (+1800 to +1600).

Odds to Win Super Bowl 50
TeamOdds
New England Patriots+240
Arizona Cardinals+550
Carolina Panthers+750
Cincinnati Bengals+1000
Green Bay Packers+1200
Minnesota Vikings+1200
Pittsburgh Steelers+1200
New York Giants+1600
Denver Broncos+1800
Seattle Seahawks+2000
Indianapolis Colts+4000
Philadelphia Eagles+4000
Atlanta Falcons+5000
Dalllas Cowboys+6600
Kansas City Chiefs+6600
St. Louis Rams+7500
Buffalo Bills+7500
Oakland Raiders+7500
Houston Texans+7500
New York Jets+10000
Miami Dolphins+10000
Washington Redskins+10000
Chicago Bears+10000
Jacksonville Jaguars+15000
New Orleans Saints+25000
Tennessee Titans+50000
Tampa Bay Buccaneers+50000
San Francisco 49ers+50000
Detroit Lions+50000
Baltimore Ravens+100000
San Diego Chargers+100000
Cleveland Browns+200000

Odds as of November 19 at Bovada

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After nine weeks of football the undefeated New England Patriots are a runaway favorite to win Super Bowl 50 according to Bovada. The Pats are currently listed at +225 with the second-highest odds going to the Green Bay Packers at +750.

That gap has widened significantly between Week 8 and Week 9. The Patriots had a +190 lead over the rest of the field after Week 8 and now hold a +525 lead.

The most interesting odds surround the AFC South, with the announcement that Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck will miss two-to-six weeks with a lacerated kidney. The Colts currently lead the division at 4-5 with the Houston Texans just one win back, plus the Jacksonville Jaguars and Tennessee Titans are still (sadly) in the mix.

Odds to Win Super Bowl 50
TeamOdds
New England Patriots+225
Green Bay Packers+750
Arizona Cardinals+800
Carolina Panthers+800
Cincinnati Bengals+1000
Denver Broncos+1200
Seattle Seahawks+1400
New York Giants+1800
Minnesota Vikings+2000
Pittsburgh Steelers+2200
Indianapolis Colts+2500
Philadelphia Eagles+2800
Atlanta Falcons+4000
St. Louis Rams+5000
New York Jets+5000
Dallas Cowboys+6600
Oakland Raiders+7500
New Orleans Saints+10000
Buffalo Bills+10000
Houston Texans+12500
Kansas City Chiefs+15000
Miami Dolphins+20000
Washington Redskins+25000
Tennessee Titans+25000
Chicago Bears+25000
Jacksonville Jaguars+30000
Tampa Bay Buccaneers+50000
Baltimore Ravens+50000
San Francisco 49ers+50000
San Diego Chargers+100000
Detroit Lions+200000
Cleveland Browns+200000

Odds as of November 10 at Bovada

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At the NFL midseason point, it's time to check in on the futures market to see who is favored to win Super Bowl 50. To the surprise of no one, the New England Patriots and Green Bay Packers are first and second in the odds at +360 and +450 respectively according to Bovada.

However, the gap between the top two and the rest of the NFL is closing with the performances from the undefeated Denver Broncos, Carolina Panthers and Cincinnati Bengals; not to mention the consistently good play of the Arizona Cardinals.

Since the start of the season there have been several massive drops, but one of the biggest belongs to the Baltimore Ravens. There was optimism among Ravens fans, which is mirrored by their +2000 line to start the season, but after going 2-6 through the first eight weeks that line has plunged to +50,000.

Odds to Win Super Bowl 50
TeamOdds
New England Patriots+260
Green Bay Packers+450
Arizona Cardinals+800
Denver Broncos+800
Carolina Panthers+900
Cincinnati Bengals+1400
Seattle Seahawks+1400
New York Giants+2500
Atlanta Falcons+2800
Pittsburgh Steelers+3300
Minnesota Vikings+3300
Dallas Cowboys+3300
Indianapolis Colts+4000
Philadelphia Eagles+4000
St. Louis Rams+4000
New York Jets+5000
New Orleans Saints+6600
Oakland Raiders+6600
Miami Dolphins+10,000
Houston Texans+10,000
Buffalo Bills+15,000
Washington Redskins+15,000
Kansas City Chiefs+15,000
Jacksonville Jaguars+20,000
Tampa Bay Buccaneers+30,000
San Diego Chargers+50,000
Tennessee Titans+50,000
Baltimore Ravens+50,000
Chicago Bears+50,000
Detroit Lions+100,000
Cleveland Browns+100,000
San Francisco 49ers+100,000

Odds as of November 3 at Bovada

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After six weeks of NFL action it would seem that it's a two-horse race to win Super Bowl 50, with the New England Patriots and Green Bay Packers as huge +300 co-favorites according to Bovada. The Patriots and Packers continue to distance themselves from the rest of the league with the gap between the top two and third place widening.

Three of the top four teams in the futures come from the AFC with the Cincinnati Bengals (+900) and the Denver Broncos (+1000) joining the previously mentioned Patriots.

One of the biggest drops among the odds is the Seattle Seahawks who were +1000 after two weeks, but have since dropped to +2000 after questionable fourth quarter play has hampered the team several times.

Odds to Win Super Bowl 50
TeamOdds
Green Bay Packers+300
New England Patriots+300
Cincinnati Bengals+900
Denver Broncos+1000
Arizona Cardinals+1200
Philadelphia Eagles+1600
Pittsburgh Steelers+1800
Seattle Seahawks+2000
Atlanta Falcons+2000
Carolina Panthers+2000
Indianapolis Colts+2500
New York Jets+2500
New York Giants+3300
Minnesota Vikings+5000
Dallas Cowboys+5000
Buffalo Bills+7500
New Orleans Saints+10,000
St. Louis Rams+10,000
Miami Dolphins+10,000
San Diego Chargers+15,000
Houston Texans+15,000
Washington Redskins+20,000
Oakland Raiders+25,000
Tennessee Titans+25,000
Kansas City Chiefs+30,000
Tampa Bay Buccaneers+30,000
San Francisco 49ers+30,000
Detroit Lions+30,000
Baltimore Ravens+50,000
Cleveland Browns+50,000
Chicago Bears+50,000
Jacksonville Jaguars+100,000

Odds as of October 20 at Bovada

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If the opening two weeks of the 2015 NFL campaign are any indication of how the year will play out, we could be in for a wild ride. At online sportsbook Bovada, there’s been no shortage of movers in the Super Bowl 50 futures markets.

The usual suspects are leading the charge in the Green Bay Packers (+425) and the New England Patriots (+500), but it gets interesting after that.

The Seattle Seahawks, who were +650 prior to kickoff in Week 1, are now +1000 at the shop. The Indianapolis Colts find themselves in a similar boat, dropping from +850 all the way to +1600 in the wake of a pair of ugly losses to the Buffalo Bills and New York Jets.

Here’s a look at the Bovada list of odds for every NFL squad to hoist the Lombardi Trophy.

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Odds as of September 23 at Bovada

  • Green Bay Packers +425
  • New England Patriots +500
  • Seattle Seahawks +1000
  • Denver Broncos +1200
  • Arizona Cardinals +1400
  • Indianapolis Colts +1600
  • Pittsburgh Steelers +1600
  • Cincinnati Bengals +2200
  • Dallas Cowboys +2200
  • Philadelphia Eagles +2200
  • Atlanta Falcons +2800
  • Kansas City Chiefs +2800
  • Carolina Panthers +3300
  • Baltimore Ravens +3300
  • Minnesota Vikings +3300
  • Buffalo Bills +3300
  • Miami Dolphins +3300
  • New York Jets +3300
  • San Diego Chargers +4000
  • St. Louis Rams +5000
  • San Francisco 49ers +5000
  • New Orleans Saints +6600
  • New York Giants +6600
  • Detroit Lions +10000
  • Houston Texans +10000
  • Tampa Bay Buccaneers +10000
  • Washington Redskins +10000
  • Oakland Raiders +10000
  • Cleveland Browns +15000
  • Chicago Bears +15000
  • Jacksonville Jaguars +20000

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With the NFL season about to get underway the Green Bay Packers continue to hold the edge on the odds to win Super Bowl 50 at the sportsbooks, with Bovada listing Aaron Rodgers and company as the +550 chalk ahead of the +650 Seattle Seahawks. The Indianapolis Colts and the Philadelphia Eagles are both then set at +850 on those betting futures, with the New England Patriots rounding out the top contenders at +900 on the latest Super Bowl 50 odds.

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Odds as of September 8 at Bovada

  • Green Bay Packers +550
  • Seattle Seahawks +650
  • Indianapolis Colts +850
  • Philadelphia Eagles +850
  • New England Patriots +900
  • Dallas Cowboys +1400
  • Denver Broncos +1400
  • Pittsburgh Steelers +2000
  • Baltimore Ravens +2000
  • Miami Dolphins +2500
  • Minnesota Vikings +2800
  • Kansas City Chiefs +3300
  • Arizona Cardinals +4000
  • Atlanta Falcons +4000
  • Detroit Lions +4000
  • New Orleans Saints +4000
  • San Diego Chargers +4000
  • New York Giants +5000
  • Buffalo Bills +5000
  • Cincinnati Bengals +5000
  • Carolina Panthers +5000
  • Houston Texans +5000
  • San Francisco 49ers +6600
  • St. Louis Rams +6600
  • Chicago Bears +7500
  • Oakland Raiders +7500
  • New York Jets +10000
  • Cleveland Browns +10000
  • Tampa Bay Buccaneers +10000
  • Washington Redskins +12500
  • Jacksonville Jaguars +20000
  • Tennessee Titans +20000

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The Green Bay Packers remain the favorites on the odds to win Super Bowl 50 at the online sportsbooks midway through the league's preseason schedule despite the fact they lost one of their key players to a season-ending knee injury.

At Bovada the Packers sit as the +500 favorites on the Super Bowl 50 odds, but they won't have the services of star wide receiver Jordy Nelson this season as he tore his ACL in Green Bay's second preseason game. As a result, the Packers' futures will be ones to watch at the sportsbook in the weeks ahead.

The Seattle Seahawks are then second at +600 on the updated Super Bowl 50 odds, with the Indianapolis Colts at +750, and the New England Patriots at +900. The Patriots are going forward with plans to have Jimmy Garoppolo start the first four games of the season for them with starting quarterback Tom Brady still facing a league-imposed suspension.

The Dallas Cowboys, Denver Broncos, and Philadelphia Eagles are all at +1400 on the odds to win Super Bowl 50 at Bovada, with the division rival Pittsburgh Steelers and Baltimore Ravens both at +2000, and the Kansas City Chiefs, Miami Dolphins, and Minnesota Vikings a step back at +3300.

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Odds as of August 25 at Bovada

  • Green Bay Packers +500
  • Seattle Seahawks +600
  • Indianapolis Colts +750
  • New England Patriots +900
  • Dallas Cowboys +1400
  • Denver Broncos +1400
  • Philadelphia Eagles +1400
  • Pittsburgh Steelers +2000
  • Baltimore Ravens +2000
  • Kansas City Chiefs +3300
  • Miami Dolphins +3300
  • Minnesota Vikings +3300
  • Arizona Cardinals +4000
  • New York Giants +4000
  • Buffalo Bills +4000
  • Cincinnati Bengals +4000
  • Atlanta Falcons +4000
  • Carolina Panthers +4000
  • Detroit Lions +4000
  • New Orleans Saints +4000
  • San Diego Chargers +4000
  • Houston Texans +5000
  • San Francisco 49ers +6600
  • Chicago Bears +6600
  • St. Louis Rams +6600
  • New York Jets +10000
  • Oakland Raiders +10000
  • Cleveland Browns +10000
  • Tampa Bay Buccaneers +10000
  • Washington Redskins +12500
  • Jacksonville Jaguars +20000
  • Tennessee Titans +20000

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The Green Bay Packers are the leaders atop the updated odds to win Super Bowl 50 at the online sportsbooks, with Aaron Rodgers and company sitting in the favorite position ahead of Russell Wilson and the Seattle Seahawks heading into the NFL's preseason schedule.

At Bovada the Packers are the +600 favorites on the Super Bowl 50 odds, followed by the Seahawks at +650. The Indianapolis Colts (+900), New England Patriots (+1000), Dallas Cowboys (+1200), and Denver Broncos (+1200) round out the top of the NFL futures list.

The Super Bowl 50 longshots, meanwhile, remain the Jacksonville Jaguars and the Tennessee Titans, who are both pegged at +20000 odds to somehow win the NFL championship in the season ahead. The Washington Redskins are listed at +12500 on those NFL futures, with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers at +10000 on the latest Super Bowl 50 odds.

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Odds as of August 1 at Bovada

  • Green Bay Packers +600
  • Seattle Seahawks +650
  • Indianapolis Colts +900
  • New England Patriots +1000
  • Dallas Cowboys +1200
  • Denver Broncos +1200
  • Philadelphia Eagles +2000
  • Pittsburgh Steelers +2200
  • Arizona Cardinals +2500
  • Baltimore Ravens +2500
  • New York Giants +2500
  • Buffalo Bills +3300
  • Cincinnati Bengals +3300
  • Kansas City Chiefs +3300
  • Miami Dolphins +2500
  • Minnesota Vikings +3300
  • San Francisco 49ers +3300
  • Atlanta Falcons +4000
  • Carolina Panthers +4000
  • Detroit Lions +4000
  • New Orleans Saints +4000
  • Chicago Bears +5000
  • Houston Texans +5000
  • New York Jets +5000
  • San Diego Chargers +5000
  • St. Louis Rams +5000
  • Oakland Raiders +6600
  • Cleveland Browns +10000
  • Tampa Bay Buccaneers +10000
  • Washington Redskins +12500
  • Jacksonville Jaguars +20000
  • Tennessee Titans +20000

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