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Sportsbook.com 2010 Superbowl Futures


The Pittsburgh Steelers aren’t getting a lot of respect from oddsmakers at 8:1 odds to win the 2010 Super Bowl in Miami.

Ben Roethlisberger and the boys engineered one of the most dramatic Super Bowl finishes in history and the bulk of the team will return intact. That includes most of the number one defense in the NFL as well as all major offensive weapons, including Super Bowl MVP Santonio Holmes.

However, oddsmakers aren’t bowled over by the thought of the Steelers going ‘back-to-back’ as Pittsburgh is just ahead of Baltimore (10:1) and the New York Giants (10:1) as the three closest teams to the New England Patriots (7:1).

You can get all the odds for next year’s Super Bowl at Sportsbook.com, but make sure you place your bet soon as the odds tend to go down from here.

The fact that New England is rated ahead of Pittsburgh has to really stick in the craw of the Steelers. After all, Pittsburgh has won two championships since the Patriots won their last, and no-one even knows if Patriots’ quarterback Tom Brady will ready for the season opener as he’s still recovering from his ACL surgery.

Baltimore is a reasonable bet at 10:1, but they’re going to need continued development from second-year quarterback Joe Flacco and there are key free agents from their ferocious defense including linebackers Ray Lewis and Terrell Suggs.

Indianapolis seems to be living off their reputation at 12:1 odds. Peyton Manning’s team did win the Super Bowl after the 2006 season, but their playoff history has been a series of disappointments and now they have to adjust to life without Coach Tony Dungy.

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Eli Manning and the New York Giants seem like a good value at their 10:1 odds. The ‘G-Men’ were the best team in the NFL until wide receiver Plaxico Burress decided to put a cap in his leg. New York even won in Pittsburgh this past year and are a solid pick if they can obtain a number one receiver.

The team who gets the most overrated award has to be the Dallas Cowboys (12:1 odds). This team is so dysfunctional that Dr. Phil won’t even let them on his show. Owner Jerry Jones is going to have Wade Phillips on a very short leash, and unless he morphs into Tom Landry in a hurry, it could be another crash-and-burn season.

In looking at the longer shots, the one that immediately jumps out is the Arizona Cardinals at 30:1 odds. Arizona came within a whisper of beating Pittsburgh, and with Kurt Warner almost sure to return, there’s no reason why they can’t make another run in a suspect NFC Conference.

The best long shot pick in the AFC is the New York Jets at 30:1 odds. New Coach, Rex Ryan is going to bring some of that Ravens’ swagger to the defense and you will see them attacking more at the line of scrimmage.

The Jets still need to get their quarterback situation squared away as Brett Favre has threatened to retire for the umpteenth time, but you have to remember this looked like the best team in the AFC at one point before their late-season collapse.

So head on over to Sportsbook.com and cash-in on all the early 2010 odds, for what surely could be the biggest payout of the year.

Note these are just some of the many 2010 Super Bowl early odds you can find at Sportsbook.com


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