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Steelers 18-1 Odds To Win Super Bowl XLVIII


The 2012-2013 season is now in the books as the Baltimore Ravens beat the San Francisco 49ers 34-31 in Super Bowl XLVII Sunday night. The future odds for Super Bowl XLVIII have now been updated and the Pittsburgh Steelers are currently listed as 18-1 to win it all next season. The New England Patriots are the early favorites at 7-1 and the Ravens are the top team in the AFC North with 14-1 odds to win it all at MetLife Stadium in New Jersey next February.

Odds to win Super Bowl XLVIII via Sportsbook.com

New England Patriots: 7 to 1

San Francisco 49ers: 8 to 1

Denver Broncos: 8 to 1

Green Bay Packers: 10 to 1

Houston Texans: 14 to 1

Baltimore Ravens: 14 to 1

Seattle Seahawks: 16 to 1

Atlanta Falcons: 18 to 1

New Orleans Saints: 18 to 1

Pittsburgh Steelers: 18 to 1

New York Giants: 20 to 1

Washington Redskins: 30 to 1

Dallas Cowboys: 30 to 1

Chicago Bears: 30 to 1

Cincinnati Bengals: 35 to 1

Detroit Lions: 40 to 1

Minnesota Vikings: 40 to 1

Indianapolis Colts: 40 to 1

San Diego Chargers: 40 to 1

Philadelphia Eagles: 50 to 1

Carolina Panthers: 50 to 1

New York Jets: 50 to 1

Miami Dolphins: 50 to 1

St Louis Rams: 50 to 1

Kansas City Chiefs: 50 to 1

Tampa Bay Buccaneers: 60 to 1

Cleveland Browns: 66 to 1

Arizona Cardinals: 100 to 1

Buffalo Bills: 100 to 1

Tennessee Titans: 100 to 1

Oakland Raiders: 150 to 1

Jacksonville Jaguars: 150 to 1

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  • Vegas Stinks

    The Patriots have been the Vegas favorite for the last 8 years, maybe 9 is the lucky number.

  • Dan

    Pats number is too high. Brady and some of his key guys will be another year older and another year removed from the reality of being SB caliber.
    49ers should probably be the favorite. They are young and in very good shape key player/contract-wise…and I think their coach will be extra motivated next year.
    The Ravens are too high. They will have a very off year next year.
    We are about right. We probably need another year of rebuilding, but if some pieces fall together properly we could get back to the big game.
    I think I would drop the Jets to the bottom of the barrel….lost cause there.

  • http://www.facebook.com/steve.duncan.77 Steve Duncan

    I agree that the Pats are too high, Their window is closing, but it will take betters a while to realize it. Niners probably should be the favorite.

  • Clint Martin

    Vegas please explain to everyone how the odds works

  • Craig

    Clint Martin), All teams are based on Off. and Deff. power ratings. Ex; say team #1 has a 86 Off. rating and a 80 Deff. rating, they play team #2 that has a 92 Off. rating and a 82 Deff rating. By cross matching Off against Deff for each team you come up w/ a game score of team #1 16 point winner over team#2-( on a neutral field)- subtract the 3 point home advantage if played at team #2 field and you now have a 13 point win margin by team #1. These power ratings are called the outlaw line because they’re the first line out set by the real sports books- top notch knowledge people. They go out first to the big betters and are adjusted by how the bets are placed- because the gambling houses don’t really care who wins all they want is their % of the action (their whole intent is to make the action even on both sides). These match ups are followed for all games programmed to play for the entire season and the projected win- loss dictates the odds for winning Div, Conf, SB. Also these odds constantly change due to injuries, weather, team player quality from drafts, trades, coaching changes etc. The guy that the movie “Casino” was based on was so sharp and knowledgeable about sports that he was banned from any sports gambling anywhere in the country. Its amazing how they can call game point outcome so close, they even figure in point adjustment for the type of field, artificial/ grass, the fans- the Orange bowl and Notre Dame usually can get an extra point from their fans being so close to the field or their enthusiasm, and there have been coaches that get an extra point just because they’re that good.

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