2010 Week 16 NFL Power Rankings

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Ean Lamb
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2010 Week 16 NFL Power Rankings

These 2010 Week 16 NFL power rankings are courtesy of Gambling911.com and are based on the 2011 Super Bowl odds featured at SBG Global.  The ( ) indicates last week’s NFL Power Ranking position.

The New England Patriots maintain their number one position and solidify their chances of winning a Super Bowl title.  At 2/1 odds, this is the shortest price offered yet this season to win the championship game. 

The Atlanta Falcons hold onto their number two spot and now promise a payout of $500 for every $100 bet.

The Steelers maintain the number three spot.  Odds were not immediately available but were expected to be at 5/1 following their defeat of Carolina Thursday night. 

While the top 4 spots remained the same, Baltimore jumped ahead of New Orleans after their defeat last week to capture the number 5 spot.  Their odds were practically slashed in half from 15/1 last week to nearly 9/1 this week. 

While New Orleans dropped a ranking, they were still being offered at the same odds. 

The Bears make a dramatic re-entry into the top 10 NFL Power Rankings this week at number 7.


*1 - New England Patriots (1) – Now pay $200 for every $100 bet to win the 2011 Super Bowl. 

*2 – Atlanta Falcons (2) – Pay $500 for every $100 bet.

*3 – Pittsburgh Steelers (3) – Odds not immediately available. 

*4 – Philadelphia Eagles (4) – Pay $700 for every $100 bet.

*5 – Baltimore Ravens (8) – Pay $950 for every $100 bet.

*6 – New Orleans Saints (5) – Pay $1000 for every $100 bet.

*7 – Chicago Bears (na) – Pay $1350

*8 – San Diego Chargers (6) – Pay $1600

*9 – Indianapolis Colts (10) – Now pay 1800

*10 – New York Jets (na) – Pay $1900


The Giants were at 20/1 odds. 

- Ean Lamb, Gambling911.com

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