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Great Teams For Betting on 2010 Superbowl Futures

Now that football season is quickly approaching, fans and bettors alike will be trying to gather as much information as they can in order to make as many correct picks in the upcoming NFL season.

So here are my 2010 Super Bowl XLIV Best bet picks. (Click Link for more Super Bowl Articles)

Note: The following superbowl odds are an accurate representation of the betting odds for Super Bowl XLIV

Super Bowl XLIV Odds

New England Patriots +350 – They’ll be very good, but not as great as in 2007. There are issues with the defense, and who knows what to expect from Tom Brady.  They have weapons at wide receiver with Randy Moss and Wes Welker and running backs are plentiful with Sammy Morris, Fred Taylor, Lawrence Maroney, Kevin Faulk, and Benjarvis Green-Ellis. The offensive line is solid enough to provide a few holes per game. The Patriots defense is lacking. The secondary is nothing special, but the defensive line is excellent at stuffing the run.

New York Giants +1000 –Despite their receiver woes, the Giants are still in the hunt to return to the Super bowl.  Eli Manning sets up behind a great offensive line and Steve Smith, Dominick Hixson and Hakeem Nicks should step it up this season. The running game is solid with Brandon Jacobs and Ahmad Bradshaw and Kevin Boss rounds out the offense at tight end. New York’s defense is what makes them the best team in the running for the Super bowl. With a defensive line featuring Justin Tuck, Osi Umenyiora, and recently added Chris Canty. The linebackers all perform well in their roles, especially Michael Boley. There may not be a lot of familiar names in the secondary, but it’s an excellent group of solid if not spectacular players.

Pittsburgh Steelers +1000 – The offensive continues to improve and the defensive continue to dominate. Quarterback Ben Roethlisberger is great, but had a rough regular season.  Willie Parker will need to bounce back from a forgettable season, and a healthy Rashard Mendenhall will take some pressure off of him. The Steelers receivers look good with Hines Ward and Santonio Holmes. The O-line has to improve. The defense simply performs game in and game out. The line is solid, the linebackers excellent, and the secondary great.

Indianapolis Colts +1200- Super Bowl caliber once again. They just have to have a little luck.  Peyton Manning makes their offense potent all by himself. Then, you add on Reggie Wayne and Anthony Gonzalez at receiver. The offensive line did not impress me last year and forced running back Joseph Addai, to take a beating. Defensively the Giants are solid with defensive end Dwight Freeney, Bob Sanders at safety and Robert Mathis.

Dallas Cowboys +1200 – The Cowboys have not won a playoff game since 1996.  It’s Do or die. This will be the season that defines them, and with TO exiting I think they will come through. Roy Williams will have to step up to fill the gap. Tony Romo will have to step up his game and tone down the off field actions, and Marion Barber will need shoulder the bulk of the running load. Jason Witten is always a solid performer at tight end and the O-line is performing well. The addition of Keith Brooking will be a bright spot in the Dallas D.  The D-line is average and the secondary is weak in the middle, but the DBs can perform.

New Orleans Saints +2000-If they stay healthy and the defense does just enough, this can easily be a Super Bowl Team. . Drew Brees is capable of getting the job done and has an excellent receiving corps, with Marques Colston, Lance Moore, and Devery Henderson. Getting Jeremy Shockey officially at tight end only helps. The offensive line is as good. The running game is a question mark. Will Reggie Bush stay healthy? The defense was already solid and the addition of Darren Sharper at free safety adds a playmaker to a defense.

San Diego Chargers +1200- I pick them every year, and every year I get disappointed.  Can Phillip Rivers live up to all the hype? He threw 34 touchdowns to only 11 interceptions last season. Vincent Jackson, Chris Chambers, and Antonio Gates will round out the receiving corps. The offensive line is solid, and LaDainian Tomlinson, who will tear up any D-line if he can stay injury free, leads the running game. If not, they could come up a little short. The defense at best is mediocre.

Tennessee Titans +2000 – Don’t be surprised to see this team make it to the Super Bowl. Chris Johnson can score from anywhere, and you can’t stop LenDale White at the goal line. Those two running behind a great offensive line makes for a great offense. Kerry Collins can produce at quarterback, and he has good receivers with Justin Gage and Nate Washington. The defense will still be great despite the loss of Albert Haynesworth. The return of defensive end Kyle Vanden Bosch will help to keep the defensive line a threat.

Chicago Bears +2000– As long as they can stay away from injuries, this team could be in contention for the Super bowl and QB Jay Cutler will make all the difference. They’ve got the offensive line; they’ve got the running game in Matt Forte. Devin Hester will be Cutlers main go-to wideout. The defense will be solid as always with Brian Urlacher and Lance Briggs. The front four need to get a bit more pressure on the quarterback, and the secondary could be stronger at safety.

Carolina Panthers +2000 – They’re still hungry. But can they improve their defense? DeAngelo Williams and Jonathan Stewart are possibly the most powerful running back tandem in the NFL. The Panthers offensive line opens the holes for them to run through. Jake Delhomme is still a quality QB and combined with Steve Smith and Muhsin Muhammad form an underrated passing combination. The defense didn’t perform last season as it showed in the loss to Arizona in the playoffs. The secondary is average. Julius Peppers will be. Jon Beason and Thomas Davis are the stars on defense.

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Matt Martz is a freelance sports writer located in Central California. Everything he ever learned he got from watching Gilligan’s Island. So you disagree with anything you find in these articles, you’re wrong.

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  1. How you can talk about Super Bowl odds and not mention the Philadelphia Eagles is beyond my comprehension. As a team they are much more balanced than the Giants or the Cowboys.

    Now that he is completely healthly and surrounded with the right talent at the skill positions, look for Donovan McNabb to have a MVP type season.

  2. Philadelphia Eagles Regular Season Wins

    Moneyline Odds
    Over 9½ Wins -150
    Under 9½ Wins +120 (My $ is on Under…sorry Eagles)

    Eagles odds to win Super Bowl XLIV — +1400

    I think the Books got it right though, the NFC is usually weaker…and I do think the Eagles are better than the Panthers, Saints, and Bears…

  3. The Noise Factor says:

    We are talking Super bowl odds. Not just getting there but wining it. Sorry just don’t think the Eagles can do it.

  4. Hey at least he apologized right Eagles? LOL

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