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The 2015 Super Bowl between New England Patriots and Seattle Seahawks gave fans the drama we crave when it comes to the biggest game of the year. Will both franchises be back on the game’s grandest stage in 2016?

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Only time will tell, but you’d better believe they’re going to be considered favorites entering the new season.

In our book, the top-five teams with the best odds to win the 2016 Super Bowl will be considered our favorites.

There are plenty of other squads worthy of consideration, but here’s a look at which teams fall into that category at this point in the process.

Green Bay Packers (5/1)

It’s hardly a shocker that Green Bay is considered the favorite to win Super Bowl 50. The team was one fumbled onside kick from participating in the 2015’s version of the big game, but more importantly, it brings back virtually every piece from the core cog that was so close just a year ago.

Green Bay has signed its biggest potential flight risk in Randall Cobb, and also has brought back Bryan Bulaga. Oh yeah, Arron Rodgers is also this team’s quarterback.

That’s a recipe for success — even if the roster weren’t as cohesive as it already is.

Seattle Seahawks (13/2)

Seattle has made back-to-back Super Bowl showings entering the new season, and no team has been able to make that claim since the Patriots entered the 2005-06 season. 

Despite losing Byron Maxwell, the Seahawks made some important moves, including signing Marshawn Lynch to a new two-year contract extension.

As for new pieces, Seattle brought in stud tight end Jimmy Graham. The 28-year-old will be a solid target for Russell Wilson, who, despite public contract negotiations that have been less than ideal, should look to prove this season that he’s worth the kind of money he’s asking for — the kind of money Super Bowl-winning quarterbacks command.

Indianapolis Colts (8/1)

Now begins the AFC portion of our Super Bowl breakdown.

The Indianapolis Colts are now the sole leaders when it comes to Super Bowl odds from AFC competitors, and it’s no question why. Andrew Luck continues to threaten for the NFL’s best quarterback title, and the team has made the necessary moves this summer to add complementary pieces.

With guys such as Andre Johnson, Frank Gore, Kendall Langford and Trent Cole now on board, there’s only one question remaining: Can this group separate itself enough on defense to complement the offense?

New England Patriots (10/1)

Keep an eye on the New England Patriots’ odds, as they may not be set in stone. This number could fluctuate depending on what the final verdict looks like for Tom Brady and the suspension following the infamous deflategate scandal.

ProFootballTalk.com states that a ruling could come as early as this week. New England’s odds should improve if Brady’s suspension is reduced.

Dallas Cowboys (12/1)/Denver Broncos (12/1)

How about a two-for-one special here? The Dallas Cowboys and Denver Broncos are currently tied for fifth when it comes to 2016 Super Bowl odds.

Starting with the Cowboys, this group has gotten some good news in July as it pertains to Dez Bryant and Greg Hardy. Bryant’s threatened holdout turned out to be much ado about nothing, as he and the team reached a long-term agreement, meaning the stud WR will not sit out to start the year. As for Hardy, his suspension has been reduced to four games — another positive sign Dallas could compete late in the year.

Denver, after signing Demaryius Thomas to a new five-year, $70 million deal, is technically in the top five as well. The Broncos also have 5/1 odds of winning the AFC Conference — third behind New England and Indianapolis

2016 NFL Futures Odds (via Bovada)

  • Green Bay Packers (5/1) 
  • Seattle Seahawks (13/2) 
  • Indianapolis Colts (8/1) 
  • New England Patriots (10/1) 
  • Dallas Cowboys (12/1) 
  • Denver Broncos (12/1) 
  • Philadelphia Eagles (20/1) 
  • Pittsburgh Steelers (22/1) 
  • Arizona Cardinals (25/1) 
  • Baltimore Ravens (25/1) 
  • New York Giants (28/1) 
  • Buffalo Bills (33/1) 
  • Cincinnati Bengals (33/1) 
  • Kansas City Chiefs (33/1) 
  • Miami Dolphins (33/1) 
  • Minnesota Vikings (33/1) 
  • Atlanta Falcons (40/1) 
  • Carolina Panthers (40/1) 
  • Detroit Lions (40/1) 
  • New Orleans Saints (40/1) 
  • San Diego Chargers (40/1) 
  • San Francisco 49ers (40/1) 
  • Chicago Bears (50/1) 
  • Houston Texans (50/1) 
  • New York Jets (50/1) 
  • St. Louis Rams (50/1) 
  • Oakland Raiders (66/1) 
  • Cleveland Browns (100/1) 
  • Tampa Bay Buccaneers (100/1) 
  • Washington Redskins (125/1) 
  • Jacksonville Jaguars (200/1) 
  • Tennessee Titans (200/1) 

The 2015 NFL futures betting season is right around the corner! If you like to bet on the NFL, you are in the best possible place for online betting.

CappersPicks.com has NFL odds up on a ton of futures, and you will also find NFL lines up for early games as well.



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