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NFL Futures Odds 2011-2012 at BetDSI Sportbook

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Aug/03/2011
NFL Futures Odds

The 2011-2012 NFL season is finally here and BetDSI sportsbook has launched updated NFL future odds for sports betting fans that love to think ahead.

BetDSI.eu has the current Super Bowl Champions, the Green Bay Packers, as the main favorites in the NFL lines to win Super Bowl 46 lined at +295, plus they have the cheese heads winning the NFC at +200 and the NFC North at -300.

The second best team in the NFL according to the BetDSI sportsbook is the New England Patriots, they have them at +305 to win the Super Bowl.

The Pittsburg Steelers (+790) and the Philadelphia Eagles (+895) are third and fourth best teams to bet on and are both really attractive bets to place on at BetDSI.

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