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Super Bowl Odds After NFL Draft Round 1

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The impact players from Thursday’s NFL Draft first round went to teams near the bottom of the standings, creating minimal waves with oddsmakers.

When Minnesota made a late trade to grab Louisville QB Teddy Bridgewater with the last pick of the first round, it generated the only blip on the Super Bowl 49 futures list. For the most part, Super Bowl odds were unchanged after the first round of the NFL Draft.

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The Vikings were 66/1 Thursday afternoon and 50/1 by midnight. They traded down in the first round as well, taking UCLA linebacker Anthony Barr at No. 9. Those two moves were enough to get Bovada to drop their line to 50/1.

Cleveland snagged two first-rounders as well and also traded up in order to take a falling quarterback. However, not even Johnny Manziel’s selection at No. 22 could budge the perennial loser Browns franchise further up the Super Bowl odds ladder.

Earlier, the Browns selected cornerback Justin Gilbert from Oklahoma State at No. 8.

Two of Manziel’s teammates from Texas A&M went higher as WR Mike Evans went No. 7 to Tampa Bay and T Jake Matthews went No. 6 to Atanta.

Updated Super Bowl future odds from Bovada after NFL Draft first round:

Seattle Seahawks 6/1
Denver Broncos 7/1
New England Patriots 15/2
San Francisco 49ers 15/2
Green Bay Packers 12/1
Chicago Bears 20/1
Indianapolis Colts 20/1
New Orleans Saints 20/1
Philadelphia Eagles 22/1
Carolina Panthers 28/1
Kansas City Chiefs 33/1
Pittsburgh Steelers 33/1
San Diego Chargers 33/1
Arizona Cardinals 40/1
Atlanta Falcons 40/1
Baltimore Ravens 40/1
Cincinnati Bengals 40/1
Dallas Cowboys 40/1
Houston Texans 40/1
New York Giants 40/1
Cleveland Browns 50/1
Detroit Lions 50/1
Miami Dolphins 50/1
Minnesota Vikings 50/1
St. Louis Rams 50/1
Tampa Bay Buccaneers 50/1
Washington Redskins 50/1
New York Jets 66/1
Buffalo Bills 75/1
Tennessee Titans 75/1
Oakland Raiders 100/1
Jacksonville Jaguars 200/1