Super Bowl Odds Update

The NFL playoffs and the road to the Super Bowl in New York are all set; 12 teams will fight for the right of be called the 2013 Champions.

aaron_rodgersThe Chargers beat the Kansas City Chiefs in overtime and claimed the last spot in the AFC.

“We didn’t play our best game, but teams that are playoff teams find a way to win when you don’t play your best, and that’s what we did today,” quarterback Philip Rivers said after the Chargers (9-7) won their fourth straight and for the fifth time in six games.

In the NFC, Aaron Rodgers destroyed the Chicago Bears hopes and dreams with a late touchdown pass to Randall Cobb, and with that the Packers won the NFC North.

“We had a blitz on,” Bears coach Marc Trestman said. “We lost an edge. Aaron was able to get outside. Once he got outside things happen. When you’ve got a zero blitz on things can happen. And we just lost coverage with our eyes in the backfield.”

This is the lineup for the Wildcard games:

Saturday:

Kansas City Chiefs +2.5 at Indianapolis Colts -2.5

New Orleans Saints +2.5 at Philadelphia Eagles -2.5

Sunday:

San Diego Chargers +6.5 at Cincinnati Bengals -6.5

San Francisco 49ers -2.5 at Green Bay Packers +2.5

These are the Super Bowl Odds for the 12 teams remaining in competition:

  • Carolina Panthers +1000
  • Cincinnati Bengals +1600
  • Denver Broncos +300
  • Green Bay Packers +1100
  • Indianapolis Colts +2500
  • Kansas City Chiefs +2500
  • New England Patriots +900
  • New Orleans Saints +2200
  • Philadelphia Eagles +1500
  • San Diego Chargers +4000
  • San Francisco 49ers +700
  • Seattle Seahawks +275
Frank Lorenzo

MTS co-founder Frank “Let It Ride” Lorenzo has been betting on sports since he was legally allowed to do so. (Did he do so before then, too? No comment.) He enjoys very strong coffee, neon lights, and passing on his wealth of betting knowledge to anyone who will listen.

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