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NFL Futures – Updated Odds – Gambling on 2013 Superbowl

2013 Super Bowl Betting Futures

In the commodities market also known as NFL futures, Week 15 brought strong breezes of change.

Any doubts about Colin Kaepernick were eased when the kid led the 49ers into Foxboro and gave San Francisco its biggest win of the year.

Eight hundred miles to the north of Frisco, the Seattle Seahawks have come out of nowhere and barged into the Super Bowl conversation.


An on the East Coast, the Giants’ annual march into the post-season has slowed to a crawl, and New York may have to win its final two just to get into the tournament.

The latest odds to win the Super Bowl, courtesy of Bovada:


49ers – Yes the Patriots dropped some passes and fumbled the ball away and yes the Niners did spit up a 28-point lead, but winning in Foxboro in December just isn’t done in today’s NFL. San Francisco is now 7/2 to win it all, up slightly from 4/1 last week. Question now is: Will Kaepernick freak out sometime in the playoffs?

Texans – Breathing a little easier down in south Texas, are we? Houston was dropped to 7/1 after losing in New England, but the win over the Colts on Sunday forced williamhill to drop the Texans to 11/2. Houston does have a win in Denver, but that was well before the Broncos really got rolling.

Broncos – Super Bowl winners usually have good quarterbacks, right? Denver can check that off the list. Denver has 9 wins in a row, finishes with two cupcakes (KC, Cleveland) and figures to get a first-round bye. They move to 4/1, from 9/2 last week. Never hurts to have money on Peyton Manning, but 4/1 is pretty thin for a team that may have to beat both New England and Houston to get to New Orleans in early February.

Packers – Anyone remember that 2-3 start? Didn’t think so. Winning the NFC North forced williamhill to drop Green Bay to 6/1, from 9/1 last week. Looks like that bad call by the replacement refs in Seattle may wind up costing GB a first-round bye.

Seahawks – Anyone who saw this coming is flat-out fibbing. Arizona and Buffalo are going nowhere fast, but 108 points in two weeks boggles. Seattle is now a chic pick to go a long way in the playoffs, and backers would be advised to move quickly before the odds (10/1, down from 16/1) melt further.


Patriots – New England stays at 4/1 after the loss to SF, books obviously feeling that the loss to SF was just one of those crazy things. Plus, Gronkowski should be back soon. Pats will probably have to win three playoffs games to return to the Super Bowl because a first-round bye is unlikely.


Bears – Chicago has tumbled all the way to 50/1 (from 25/1) with five losses in six games, and Chicago is now barely on the playoff periphery.[soliloquy id=”82219″]

Giants – At 20/1 the Giants might still have a little value, though money on the G-Men is drying up after the 34-0 abomination in Atlanta.


TEAM Odds as of 12/17 Odds as of 12/11
49ers 7/2 4/1
Patriots 4/1 4/1
Broncos 4/1 9/2
Texans 11/2 7/1
Packers 6/1 9/1
Falcons 13/2 11/2
Seahawks 14/1 22/1
Redskins 14/1 22/1
Giants 20/1 8/1
Ravens 28/1 15/1
Steelers 30/1 25/1
Cowboys 38/1 40/1
Colts 40/1 25/1


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