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2009 NFL Power Rankings: Online Sportsbook Edition

Written by:
C Costigan
Published on:
Sep/11/2009
2009 NFL Power Rankings (Week 1)

Here are your 2009 NFL Power Rankings based on a combined average of odds offered by three different online sportsbooks listed below.

One of the most amazing things noted by Gambling911.com is that Tennessee's odds have gotten extremely long since their overtime loss to Pittsburgh Thursday night.  Emphasis should be on the word OVERTIME since the Titans looked like a championship team playing in Pittsburgh.  Our attention spans must be pretty low.  Tennessee ranks 17th in these 2009 NFL Power Rankings with the best payout available at Sportsbetting.com should they go on to win the 2010 Super Bowl.  It's entirely possible after how they played last night.  The payout would be $3600 on a $100 bet.

The Patriots easily placed first in our Power Rankings with the best payout (longest odds) at +350 at Sportsbetting.com.

Pittsburgh just managed to squeeze out San Diego, with a payout potential of $700 at Sportsbetting.com while the best payout on San Diego would also be at Sportsbetting ($1000 for every $100 bet).  SBG Global offered the Chargers at shorter odds.

The best payout potential for Minnesota was $1300 for every $100 bet at Bookmaker.com.

Here are all the 2009 NFL Power Rankings listing the odds offered at each of the three online sportsbooks, the biggest number representing the biggest payouts:

 

SBG Global / Bookmaker.com / Sportsbetting.com: (note that the biggest number is the best payout)

 

New England +300 +295 +350 = 315


Pittsburgh +600 +655  +700 = 652


San Diego +500 +470  +1000  = 656

Philadelphia +675 +690  +1000  = 788


New York Giants +850 +890  +900 = 880


Indianapolis +1000  +1200  +1200 = 1133


Minnesota +1100  +1300  +1200 = 1200


Dallas +1400  +1375  +1500 = 1425


New Orleans +1700  +1200  +2000 = 1633


Chicago +2000  +1800  +1500 = 1766


Baltimore +2500  +1300  +2200 = 2000


Atlanta +2000  +1800  +2400 = 2066


Green Bay +2500  +1300  +2400 = 2066


Arizona +2900   +3000  +2600 = 2833


Houston +2000  +4500   +3000 = 3166


Seattle +3000  +3000  +4000 = 3333


Tennessee  +2700  +1800 = 3600


Miami +3000  +4500  +4000 = 3833


Washington +4850   +5000  +3500 = 4450


Jacksonville +4500  +5500  +3500 = 4500


New York Jets +4500  +5000  +4000 = 4500


San Francisco +6500   +7000 = 6850


Buffalo +8500  +8000  +4500 = 7000


Denver +8500   +8000  +6000 = 7500


Cincinnati +9500  +7000  +6300 = 7600

Kansas City +7500  +12500  +6500 = 8833


Cleveland +9500  +9000  +7000 = 8500


Tampa Bay +10000  +12500   +5500 = 9333


St. Louis +8500   +11000  +10000 = 9833


Oakland +9500  +12500  +9500 = 10500

Detroit +15000  +12500  +10000 = 12500

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