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Atlanta Falcons 2011 Super Bowl Odds

Written by:
Don Shapiro
Published on:
Dec/14/2010
Atlanta Falcons 2011 Super Bowl Odds

The Atlanta Falcons 2011 Super Bowl odds were set at 6/1 at BetUS.com, great value when you consider they are tied for the NFL’s best record with the New England Patriots. 

The Falcons come into Week 15 with an 11-2 record and the best in the NFC.  They are looking for their 8th consecutive win. 

Atlanta’s schedule looks relatively easy with a game in Seattle this week and a final meeting with Carolina that probably won’t matter much.  The Falcons face off against the reigning Super Bowl champion New Orleans Saints during Week 16, presenting the biggest end-of-season challenge to the team. 

This past weekend was a breeze for the Falcons as they went on to destroy the lowly one-win Panthers.

The NFC South, for which Atlanta leads, could potentially result in three teams going to the Playoffs:  New Orleans and Tampa Bay are also vying for a spot.    

Coming into the season, Atlanta was at 25/1 odds to win the 2011 Super Bowl. 

- Don Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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