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NFL Betting Odds and Predictions- Super Bowl 50

NFL Betting Odds and Predictions- Super Bowl 50

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The 2015 NFL preseason is just about in the books so it is time to get serious about the start of the regular season. To get you ready for all the action, Bovada sportsbook has recently updated its NFL futures odds to win both the AFC and the NFC as well as Super Bowl 50.

Starting in the AFC, the team that is now at the top of the list to win this conference is the Indianapolis Colts at +300. Their betting odds to go on and win Super Bowl 50 are tied for third-best on the board at +850. Andrew Luck has taken the NFL by storm in his first three seasons as the Colts’ starting quarterback and it could easily be his time to get his team to the highest level in this sport.

The next favorite to win the AFC at +400 is the New England Patriots. The betting public’s confidence level to get past all the offseason controversy surrounding quarterback Tom Brady’s pending four-game suspension is taking its toll on their Super Bowl odds. The Patriots are now +1000 fifth-favorites to successfully defend their title.

The top teams to win the NFC is a tie between the Green Bay Packers and the Seattle Seahawks at +325, but the Packers have the edge when it comes to winning the Super Bowl at +550 verse +650 betting odds for Seattle. These two teams met in last season’s NFC title game with Seattle squeezing-out a 28-22 overtime victory as an 8.5-point home favorite. That result would probably swing the other way if that game is played in Green Bay this year.

The Philadelphia Eagles have certainly gotten the attention of the betting public with a very productive preseason. They are now listed as +425 third-favorites to win the NFC and their betting odds to win Super Bowl 50 are the third-best on Bovada’s updated list at +850 along with the Colts.

Denver has been listed as a +600 third-favorite to win the AFC this season and its odds to win the Super Bowl are now set at +1400. Dropping down the list in both the NFC and Super Bowl futures is the Dallas Cowboys after posting a less than stellar performance in their early preseason action. The Cowboys’ odds to win the NFC now stand at +800 and to win the Super Bowl they are sixth on the list at +1400.

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