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2010 Super Bowl Future Odds Update

Super Bowl XLV Odds Update

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Hard to believe it’s almost August and the NFL preseason will be starting up soon. I think that means it’s time for an updated look at the contenders, agreed?

Here are the top 15 based on odds.

NFL Betting – SuperBowl Future Lines Update

INDIANAPOLIS COLTS

Super Bowl XLV odds: +925

On one hand, Peyton Manning is bound to start showing signs of age some time soon. On the other, he arguably has his deepest group of receiving targets he’s ever had. So maybe the sky is still the limit.

SAN DIEGO CHARGERS

Super Bowl XLV odds: +925

Even with Vincent Jackson suspended and set to hold out for up to 10 games, the Chargers still lead the way along with Indy. That’s the beauty of life in the AFC West. And Ryan Mathews should be an upgrade over LaDainian Tomlinson at this stage of his career.

DALLAS COWBOYS

Super Bowl XLV odds: +1015

As long as Dallas can play strong “D” and rush the passer for a full season and not half a season like it did in 2009, this year could be special. Tony Romo has a fantastic group of weapons around him that should only get better with Felix Jones possibly starting and Dez Bryant joining the receiving corps. The Cowboys could be the NFL’s top offensive team this year.

BALTIMORE RAVENS

Super Bowl XLV odds: +1015

The Ravens may be my pick to win it all – because of their offense, believe it or not. Joe Flacco keeps maturing, Ray Rice could be the league MVP this year and Anquan Boldin just makes B-More all that more dangerous. But is the defense too long in the tooth? That’s the big question.

GREEN BAY PACKERS

Super Bowl XLV odds: +1015

I think it’s between the Packers and Cowboys to represent the NFC in the Super Bowl. Aaron Rodgers is the game’s next great superstar and years of good drafting has turned the Pack’s defense into an elite unit. The key this year is for the O-line to do a better job protecting Rodgers. Brian Bulaga will help – but will he help right away?

NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS

Super Bowl XLV odds: +1215

This is a fool’s bet if you ask me. Tom Brady is aging and you never know when Randy Moss will mentally check out of New England.

NEW ORLEANS SAINTS

Super Bowl XLV odds: +1215

Strange to see New Orleans’ betting support dwindling when it really hasn’t lost much from its championship team. Is it the Madden Curse? More likely, it’s that the defense sagged in the second half of 2009.

MINNESOTA VIKINGS

Super Bowl XLV odds: +1215

I still think this is the most talent-rich team in football. No team has as many playmakers on both sides of the ball as Minnesota does. Adrian Peterson, Percy Harvin, Sidney Rice, Jared Allen, the Williams Wall…the list goes on. But the Brett Favre fiasco will bite the Vikings in the behind this season – even if he plays.

NEW YORK JETS

Super Bowl XLV odds: +1615

Am I missing something? If I was the oddsmaker, I’d rank the Jets no lower than fourth. They’re loaded with high-priced talent. And for Mark Sanchez distracters: love him or hate him, the Jets still made the AFC Championship game in his rookie season. Now he has a year of experience and more weapons around him. What’s not to like?

PITTSBURGH STEELERS

Super Bowl XLV odds: +2250

Is this another fool’s bet? Sure, the Steelers still probably have a top-three NFL defense and Rashard Mendenhall definitely looks ready to be a workhorse back all season. But won’t Ben Roethlisberger’s absence leave them in a hole before he returns? We’ll see.

ATLANTA FALCONS

Super Bowl XLV odds: +2550

Of the mid-range contenders, I may like Atlanta’s upside the best. Matt Ryan is a winner and a real student of the game. He should improve dramatically in his third season.

NEW YORK GIANTS

Super Bowl XLV odds: +2250

The Giants could definitely bounce back this year. Eli Manning is getting better at protecting the ball and his current receiving corps is easily his best ever. Hakeem Nicks could break out in 2010.

WASHINGTON REDSKINS

Super Bowl XLV odds: +2250

Do you really want to throw down on Washington when a defending division champ like Cincinnati gives you more value? Mike Shanahan is out for redemption but the ’Skins seem cursed to me. And they’re just so…damned….old.

TENNESSEE TITANS

Super Bowl XLV odds: +2550

The Titans are an intriguing sleeper to me. They run the ball like crazy and Vince Young suddenly looked like a winner in 2010. But how will he fare now that the pressure is on?

PHILADELPHIA EAGLES

Super Bowl XLV odds: +3050

This bet depends on how much you believe in Kevin Kolb. He topped 300 yards in both his starts last year but he also turned over the ball a lot. The Eagles should at the very least be fun to watch thanks to Andy Reid, who is statistically the most pass-happy playcaller ever to coach in the NFL.

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Shea Matthews lives and breathes sports. He made the transition from athlete to sports journalist at a young age, writing in TV & national newspapers. He now applies his knowledge to sports betting and handicapping every day, and shares his winning picks with the world.

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