NFL Odds – Early Look at Super Bowl 51

This is the saddest day of the calendar year; the day after the Super Bowl. While Denver Bronco fans are off celebrating their triumphs, the rest of us must face the grim reality that we now face 213 days without meaningful NFL action! But it only gets better from here. Every day you wake up, we will be one day closer to the 2016 NFL season.

To get you prepped for next season, we’ve set some early odds for who will challenge the dominant Broncos’ throne. Can Carson Palmer and the Cards rebound from their terrible showing in the NFC Championship? Will Pittsburgh stay healthy enough to challenge for another AFC title? Will New England ever stop being a contender? I think our odds will answer all of the questions you have and some you don’t!

Early Super Bowl 51 Odds

Odds on which team will win Super Bowl 51:

Carolina Panthers: 15/2
Seattle Seahawks: 8/1
New England Patriots: 9/1
Pittsburgh Steelers: 9/1
Arizona Cardinals: 10/1
Green Bay Packers: 12/1
Cincinnati Bengals: 12/1
Denver Broncos: 14/1
Dallas Cowboys: 16/1
Kansas City Chiefs: 22/1
Minnesota Vikings: 22/1
Baltimore Ravens: 30/1
Indianapolis Colts: 30/1
New York Jets: 30/1
Atlanta Falcons: 35/1
Buffalo Bills: 40/1
New York Giants: 40/1
Tampa Bay Buccaneers: 40/1
Washington Redskins: 40/1
Chicago Bears: 50/1
Detroit Lions: 50/1
Houston Texans: 50/1
Miami Dolphins: 50/1
New Orleans Saints: 50/1
Oakland Raiders: 55/1
Los Angeles Rams: 55/1
Philadelphia Eagles: 60/1
San Diego Chargers: 60/1
Jacksonville Jaguars: 70/1
Tennessee Titans: 80/1
San Francisco 49ers: 80/1
Cleveland Browns: 120/1

Odds on a SB50 rematch next year: 24/1

Odds on the most likely Super Bowl matchups: 

Carolina Panthers vs New England Patriots: 10/1
Carolina Panthers vs Pittsburgh Steelers: 10/1
Seattle Seahawks vs vs New England Patriots: 13/1
Seattle Seahawks vs Pittsburgh Steelers: 13/1
Arizona Cardinals vs New England Patriots: 16/1

Odds on which team will win the AFC:

New England Patriots: 7/2
Pittsburgh Steelers: 7/2
Cincinnati Bengals: 7/1
Denver Broncos: 15/2
Kansas City Chiefs: 9/1
Baltimore Ravens: 13/1
New York Jets: 15/1
Indianapolis Colts: 17/1
Buffalo Bills: 22/1
Oakland Raiders: 24/1
Houston Texans: 30/1
Miami Dolphins: 30/1
San Diego Chargers: 30/1
Jacksonville Jaguars: 40/1
Tennessee Titans: 50/1
Cleveland Browns: 80/1

Odds on which team will win the NFC:

Carolina Panthers: 3/1
Seattle Seahawks: 4/1
Arizona Cardinals: 6/1
Green Bay Packers: 7/1
Dallas Cowboys: 9/1
Minnesota Vikings: 12/1
Atlanta Falcons: 15/1
Washington Redskins: 20/1
New York Giants: 25/1
Tampa Bay Buccaneers: 25/1
Chicago Bears: 30/1
Detroit Lions: 30/1
New Orleans Saints: 40/1
Los Angeles Rams: 50/1
Philadelphia Eagles: 50/1
San Francisco 49ers: 60/1

Odds to win next year’s NFL MVP:

Cam Newton: 4/1
Aaron Rodgers: 4/1
Tom Brady: 6/1
Ben Roethlisberger: 6/1
Russell Wilson: 6/1
Carson Palmer: 9/1
Tony Romo: 9/1
Andy Dalton: 12/1
Todd Gurley: 12/1
Julio Jones: 15/1

(Photo credit: Larry Maurer [CC BY 2.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0)], via Wikimedia Commons.)

Boris

Hockey may be a wildly unpopular sport in the U.S., but where no one is paying attention, there's a ton of value for Boris to mine. An avid NHL fan of over 20 years, Malloy made his first bet against a friend during the 2001 Stanley Cup Finals (going against Ray Bourque) and has been hooked ever since. He has yet to pay off that debt of $2, but he's made plenty back since. In between worrying about the league's next lockout, he regularly contributes to MTS and is also fluent in football, basketball, baseball and French (sort of).

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