NFL Odds and News: Odds to Win Super Bowl XLIX in the 2014-2015 NFL Season
A look at all 32 NFL teams and their odds to win the Super Bowl
The 2014 NFL Season
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The goal of every NFL team every season is to win the Super Bowl and 31 teams will fail to reach that goal. While the odds makers are just looking at who the public is on and adjusting odds that way, here are the odds for each team and my take:
Arizona Cardinals (50-1)- The Cardinals just missed the playoffs last season and play in the NFL’s toughest division but defense wins championships and the Cards play some serious D.
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Atlanta Falcons (35-1)- The Falcons were playoff regulars but last year it all fell apart when Julio Jones went down. The Falcons are a better team than what we saw last year.
Baltimore Ravens (40-1)- Joe Flacco is as gutsy as they come but he has gone from an aging defense to a raw, young one and no running game to speak of.
Buffalo Bills (80-1)- It is a year later and I will say it one more time, the E.J. Manuel pick makes no sense to me and they took him way too high and they will pay the price for that for a long time.
Carolina Panthers (50-1)-The Panthers were the number two seed in the NFL Playoffs but they lave lost their receivers but the way Cam Newton extends plays he makes his receivers a lot better and the defense will put the offense on a short field.
Chicago Bears (25-1)-The Bears missed the playoffs by a half of a game despite Jay Cutler being out much of the season. There is a changing of the guard in Chicago and the Bears will be better this year.
Cincinnati Bengals (30-1)- The Bengals have become playoff regulars but it looks like after last year’s loss to San Diego the public has given up on them.
Cleveland Browns (80-1)-The Browns are going to be fun to watch and with Johnny Football the browns should be one of the more popular teams this season as well.
Dallas Cowboys (30-1)- How many more chances will Tony Romo get to take the Cowboys to the next level?
Detroit Lions (40-1)-The Lions have some of the NFL’s most talented players on both sides of the ball, can a new regime on the sidelines be the answer?
Denver Broncos (3.5-1)-Despite getting waxed in last year’s Super Bowl the Broncos are favored to win it all this season but does Peyton manning have anything left in the tank?
Green Bay Packers (8-1)-The Packers sent just about everyone to the IR last season but still made the playoffs, do they have what it takes to make a Super Bowl run?
Houston Texans (60-1)-Many thought last season was the Texans’ year to win it all but they were about as bad is it gets. They have a ton of talent and I expect them t be a lot better.
Indianapolis Colts (12-1)-The Colts have loaded up at WR and just have a lot of depth but is their defense good enough? I’m not so sure and if Luck goes down they are really out of Luck.
Jacksonville Jaguars (300-1)-And this year’s head scratcher draft pick went to the Jags who took Blake Bortles at his peak market value. The same team that brought us Blaine Gabbert.
Kansas City Chiefs (50-1)- The Chiefs turned the turnover margin around and went to the playoffs but Andy Reid isn’t known as a coach that takes teams to the Promised Land.
Miami Dolphins (60-1)-The Dolphins are sticking with Ryan Tannehill and that is what is going to keep them from being real contenders, as low completion percentages don’t get it done in the NFL.
Minnesota Vikings (150-1)- Two years back the Vikings made the playoffs with a lot less than they have now but with a rookie QB there may be some growing pains.
New England Patriots (5-1)-The Patriots are the second choice to win the Super Bowl but I am not sure the offense is going to be good enough, even as good as the pass defense should be.
New Orleans Saints (10-1)-Darren Sproles ahs been Drew Brees’ security blanket and now he’s gone, this should be interesting.
New York Giants (25-1)-The Giants turned the ball over like no one’s business last year but the new offense should fix that so don’t be surprised if they are in the mix.
New York Jets (70-1)-The Jets alternated wins and losses most of last year but they didn’t have half of what they have now.
Oakland Raiders (200-1)-The Raiders could be one of the worst teams this season as they simply look lost.
Philadelphia Eagles (20-1)-I am not a believer in Nick Foles and I see the Eagles taking a step back this season.
Pittsburgh Steelers (25-1)-The Steelers will be as good as their offensive line as Bell isn’t good enough to be a star in the NFL and Big ben has taken a beating over the past few years.
San Diego Chargers (60-1)-The odds makers and public seem to have already forgotten the Chargers won a playoff game last season.
San Francisco 49ers (6-1)-The Niners are loaded once again but Navarro Bowman had the big injury and Colin Kaepernick looked confused at times.
Seattle Seahawks (5.5-1)-Back to back is getting harder these days because of the salary cap and just avoiding big injuries for that long is nearly impossible.
St. Louis Rams (40-1)-I wouldn’t be surprised if the Rams made the playoffs as they were tough last season and Sam Bradford missed most of the year.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers-The Bucs are a tough team to figure out and they just haven’t had stability or consistency in recent years and it shows on the field.
Tennessee Titans (10-1)-Anyone else notice these odds are shockingly low as the Titans are the sixth overall choice to win it all?
Washington Redskins (60-1)-DeSean Jackson with RG III might be a match made in heaven and they are going to be exciting to watch.
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