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Odds to Win the 2012 Super Bowl

Written by:
Dan Shapiro
Published on:
Jul/08/2011
Odds to Win the 2012 Super Bowl

These odds to win the 2012 Super Bowl were available as of July 8, 2011.  They are among the earliest odds available and subject to change dramatically, especially once the season begins.  Gambling911.com encourages you to lock these odds in now here.

To nobody’s surprise, the Green Bay Packers and New England Patriots are co-favorites at +600 odds.  All things considered, these are some great odds that would pay out $600 on a $100 bet. 

Because of the disparity anticipated with this year’s season, these are the only teams with single digit odds to win the 2012 Super Bowl.  The Steelers and Chargers each had the next shortest odds at +1000 or 10 to 1.

Super agent Leigh Steinberg has all but declared a deal would be reached in the coming week to resolve the current NFL lockout crisis. 

"In the middle of a gold rush, no one wants to be the party that kills the golden goose," Steinberg said. "Players' salaries are at an all-time high. Revenues are at an all-time high. The NFL is America's passion.

"The good old days in football economics are right now."

And that's music to our ears. 

How to read these American odds:  +100 would mean that a $10 bet pays $10 or a $100 bet pays $100.  +500 means that a $10 bet would pay out $50 and a $100 bet would pay out $500.  +1000 means that a $10 bet pays $100 and a $100 bet pays $1000.  +5000 means that a $10 bet pays $500 and a $100 bet pays $5000. 

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NFL Futures

 

 

5401  

Arizona Cardinals

+6000

5402  

Atlanta Falcons

+1400

5403  

Baltimore Ravens

+1400

5404  

Buffalo Bills

+10000

5405  

Carolina Panthers

+10000

5406  

Chicago Bears

+2500

5407  

Cincinnati Bengals

+6500

5408  

Cleveland Browns

+6500

5409  

Dallas Cowboys

+1500

5410  

Denver Broncos

+5000

5411  

Detroit Lions

+3200

5412  

Green Bay Packers

+600

5413  

Houston Texans

+3000

5414  

Indianapolis Colts

+1500

5415  

Jacksonville Jaguars

+6000

5416  

Kansas City Chiefs

+3200

5417  

Miami Dolphins

+4500

5418  

Minnesota Vikings

+3000

5419  

New England Patriots

+600

5420  

New Orleans Saints

+1500

5421  

New York Giants

+1600

5422  

New York Jets

+1400

5423  

Oakland Raiders

+4200

5424  

Philadelphia Eagles

+1400

5425  

Pittsburgh Steelers

+1000

5426  

San Diego Chargers

+1000

5427  

San Francisco 49ers

+4000

5428  

Seattle Seahawks

+6000

5429  

St Louis Rams

+4000

5430  

Tampa Bay Buccaneers

+3000

5431  

Tennessee Titans

+5000

5432  

Washington Redskins

+5500

- Dan Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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