2009 Super Bowl Odds (Updated January 10, 2009)

Written by:
C Costigan
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New York Giants

The 2009 Super Bowl odds heading into the divisional playoffs on Saturday were as follows:

The Arizona Cardinals - odds to win the 2009 Super Bowl were at +3000 for a $3000 payout on every $100 bet.  Can they actually win one on the East Coast against a very solid Carolina Panthers team?

The Baltimore Ravens - Pay $600 for every $100 bet at Bookmaker.com.  This is the team nobody wants to face due to their stranglehold defense.  But scarier still, the Ravens have improved on offense this season as well with their rookie quarterback.

The Carolina Panthers - Pay $425 for every $100 bet.  This team appeared inconsistent at the start of the season but has since come into its own.  Many believe the Panthers are Super Bowl bound especially after playing New York so well a few weeks back despite the loss.

New York Giants - Pay $325 for every $100 bet at Bookmaker.com.  This is some of the best value yet on the Giants.  Previously they were around 2/1 odds.

Philadelphia Eagles - The bookies must like this team that was left for dead a few weeks back.  +500 odds are pretty short all things considered.

Pittsburgh Steelers - +375 odds to win the 2009 Super Bowl.  Those odds are nearly equal to the Giants chances.  Will Big Ben be healthy enough Sunday?

San Diego Chargers - Would pay $1000 for every $100 bet at Bookmaker.com.  That's a good deal considering the Chargers are suddenly starting to look like a serious threat, even if they are playing this weekend in chilly Pittsburgh.

Tennessee Titans - No respect, no respect.  Seriously, Jeff Fisher has done an incredible job this season and the Kerry Collins comeback is one of the 2008 NFL regular season's greatest stories.  Oddsmakers only have the Titans pegged with 6/1 odds of winning the 2009 Super Bowl for a payout potential of $600 on every $100 bet.   Where's the love?

All 2009 Super Bowl betting odds were courtesy of Bookmaker.com, now offering a 20 percent cash bonus when you open an online sports betting account today.  Bookmaker.com - as part of BetCRIS - is the oldest established online sportsbook catering to the North American sports bettor (established in 1986).  Mickey and the gang are among the most respected industry operators.  Gambling911.com typically visits their office complex every 5 months and we are always impressed.

Christopher Costigan, Gambling911.com



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