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2010 NFC Conference Odds – Team Analysis

2010 NFL Team by Team Overview – The NFC

With the 2010 NFL regular season set to kick-off in a couple of months, it is time to take a look at each team’s current odds to win their conference as we begin to put the pieces together to try and figure out which two teams will meet next February in Super Bowl XLV.

The nfl lines makers have instilled last year’s Super Bowl teams; New Orleans and Indianapolis as the co odds-on-favorites to win it all again this season.

Unfortunately for them there are 30 other teams that will have something to say about this.

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The following is a rundown of all 16 teams in the NFC along with their current odds to win Super Bowl XLV as provided by Bodog.com.

Team by Team Keys to a Successful Season

Arizona Cardinals    40/1

Without QB Kurt Warner and WR Anquan Boldin, Arizona’s offense will be a mere shell of last years. With what I consider an average defense at best, it could be a long season for the Cardinals.

Atlanta Falcons       30/1

If Atlanta can find a way to beat New Orleans they have a decent shot of competing for the division title in the South. They are very balanced on offense but still need to do a much better job defending against the pass on defense.

Carolina Panthers   35/1

QB Matt Moore takes over in Carolina but other than having a solid running game with Jonathan Stewart and DeAngelo Williams he has little else to work with.

Chicago Bears       30/1

With the discipline that Mike Martz brings as Chicago’s new offensive coordinator, QB Jay Cutler should be able to improve upon the league worst 26 interceptions he threw last year.

Dallas Cowboys   12/1

Everything is in place for a Super Bowl run for Dallas and if QB Tony Romo plays like he did down the stretch last season, they could very well get there.

Detroit Lions   90/1

Detroit is slowly building their way back to respectability by getting QB Matthew Stafford last year and DT Ndamukong Suh this year, but they still will not win more than five or six games in 2010.

Green Bay Packers   14/1

If Green Bay’s offensive line plays like they did the second half of the season last year, QB Aaron Rodgers should have an even bigger year in 2010. The addition of OT Bryan Bulaga will only help their cause.

Minnesota Vikings   12/1

Everyone expects that QB Brett Favre will be back for one more run at a title, but it is hard to believe he will be able to play at the same level as last year which just happened to be one of the best seasons in his storied 20 year career.

New Orleans Saints   9/1

All the pieces are basically intact from last year’s Super Bowl team so the only question that remains is how will New Orleans handle the pressure of defending their title?

New York Giants    25/1

Expect QB Eli Manning to have a better year in 2010, but head coach Tom Coughlin could still be in trouble if New York’s new look defense does not play significantly better than last years.

Philadelphia Eagles   18/1

The Kevin Kolb era begins in Philadelphia with the departure of QB Donovan McNabb. The current love affair with the Philly fans will be short lived if he gets off to a slow start.

San Francisco 49ers    25/1

After getting his team to .500 in 2009, head coach Mike Singletary has his sights set on the division title this season. QB Alex Smith is still a question mark, but behind the running of Frank Gore and a solid defense they have a good chance to make it happen.

Seattle Seahawks    50/1

The Pete Carroll era in Seattle gets underway and while they may not end up winning the division, he should have them right in the mix until the very end. If QB Matt Hasselbeck can remain healthy their chances become even better.

St. Louis Rams     100/1

With potential franchise QB Sam Bradford in place, St. Louis has nowhere to go but up after a dismal 1-15 record last season. He has the potential to be a great one but do not expect any miracles this year.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers   100/1

Tampa appears ready to put their fate into the hands of second year QB Josh Freeman, who had a rough start last season but showed some signs he does have the ability to play this game.

Washington Redskins   25/1

With new head coach Mike Shanahan and QB Donovan McNabb, is Washington poised for a worst to first turnaround? They still have a number of holes especially up front, but remain a team to watch in 2010.

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