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NFL Betting: Odds to Win 2009 Super Bowl and Conferences (Week 9)

Written by:
Mary Montgomery
Published on:
Nov/01/2008

betED.com  had updated odds to win the 2009 Super Bowl and both Conferences (the NFC and AFC). 

The Tennessee Titans and New York Giants still both had great value at 4/1 and 3.5/1, respectively.  The payouts would be around $400 for every $100 bet.  These two teams appear to be the most promising to make it deep into the playoffs.   The Titans actually would pay close to $200 for every $100 bet to win the AFC but those odds have to be locked in now at betED.com

The Dallas Cowboys are likely to have the best payout odds this week before they get cut again -  $1200 for every $100 bet.

You also gotta love the Redskins at +1300 odds, Buffalo at +1800 and Atlanta (yes, Atlanta) promising the potential for an $8000 payout for every $100 bet.

All NFL betting odds on the 2009 Super Bowl and both conferences heading into Week 9 appear below.

Odds to Win Super Bowl XLIII - 2008-09 @ Raymond James Stadium - Tampa, Florida

                                New England Patriots     +1200    -              -

                                San Diego Chargers         +1200    -              -

                                Indianapolis Colts             +1600    -              -

                                Jacksonville Jaguars        +3000    -              -

                                Dallas Cowboys               +1200      -              -

                                New York Giants              +350      -              -

                                Green Bay Packers          +2400    -              -

                                New Orleans Saints         +3000    -              -

                                Arizona Cardinals             +1400    -              -

                                Washington Redskins     +1300    -              -

                                Philadelphia Eagles          +1775    -              -

                                Tampa Bay Buccaneers  +1900    -              -

                                Carolina Panthers            +800      -              -

                                Minnesota Vikings           +5500    -              -

                                Chicago Bears                  +2300      -              -

                                Pittsburgh Steelers         +550      -              -

                                Denver Broncos                                +2600    -              -

                                Tennesee Titans               +400      -              -

                                Baltimore Ravens             +2200    -              -

                                Buffalo Bills                         +1800    -              -

                                New York Jets                   +5000    -              -

                                Atlanta Falcons                 +8000    -              -

Odds to Win 2008-09 AFC Championship

                                New England Patriots     +625      -              -

                                San Diego Chargers         +750      -              -

                                Indianapolis Colts             +975      -              -

                                Jacksonville Jaguars        +1800    -              -

                                Pittsburgh Steelers         +250      -              -

                                Denver Broncos                +1400    -              -

                                Tennesee Titans               +175      -              -

                                Baltimore Ravens             +1350    -              -

                                Buffalo Bills                         +950      -              -

                                New York Jets                   +2800    -              -

                                Miami Dolphins                 +5500    -              -

Odds to Win 2008-09 NFC Championship

                                Dallas Cowboys                 +550      -              -

                                New York Giants              +200      -              -

                                Green Bay Packers          +1200    -              -

                                New Orleans Saints         +1800    -              -

                                Arizona Cardinals             +850      -              -

                                Washington Redskins     +625      -              -

                                Philadelphia Eagles          +950      -              -

                                Tampa Bay Buccaneers  +1100    -              -

                                Carolina Panthers            +600      -              -

                                Minnesota Vikings           +2100    -              -

                                Chicago Bears                    +1000    -              -

 

Mary Montgomery, Gambling911.com

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