Odds To Win The 2011 Super Bowl (Updated)

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Odds To Win The 2011 Super Bowl

Odds to win the 2011 Super Bowl have been updated even before the final game of Week 13 (Jets vs. New England) was to be played.

Regardless of what transpires Monday night, it appeared as if the Atlanta Falcons would have the shortest odds to win the 2011 Super Bowl.  In fact, these are the shortest odds (6/1) posted so far this season.

There is some great value to be had below with teams still technically in the hunt promising a top dollar payout.

In the NFC West, we have the likes of Seattle and St. Louis potentially sneaking in with records barely above .500.  The Rams managed to improve to 6-6 and are in a two-way tied atop the NFC West with Seattle.  This is after they only won a single game last season.  With Sam Bradford’s leadership, the Rams could prove dangerous coming if they make it into the Playoffs.  Currently, a $10 bet would pay out $800 should they manage a 2011 Super Bowl win. 

The Oakland Raiders could still make the Playoffs, especially after grounding the surging San Diego Chargers.  They would pay out $1500 for every $10 bet to win the 2011 Super Bowl.  Stranger things have happened folks.

Let’s check out the latest odds available at BetUS.com below. 



         Pittsburgh Steelers               7/1

         New England Patriots              7/1

         New York Giants              14/1

         Indianapolis Colts              25/1

         San Diego Chargers              16/1

         Baltimore Ravens              12/1

         Philadelphia Eagles              8/1

         New Orleans Saints              9/1

         Atlanta Falcons                       6/1

          Green Bay Packers              +750 or 7.5/1

         Jacksonville Jaguars              35/1

         New York Jets                       9/1

         Miami Dolphins              500/1

         Tampa Bay Buccaneers   150/1

         Chicago Bears                            15/1

         Seattle Seahawks              80/1

         Oakland Raiders              150/1

         St Louis Rams                       80/1

         Kansas City Chiefs              25/1

- Dan Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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