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Tennessee Titans Odds to Win The 2009 Super Bowl

Written by:
Mary Montgomery
Published on:
Dec/30/2008
Tennessee Titans

The Tennessee Titans odds to win the 2009 Super Bowl were listed at +350 for a $350 payout on every $100 bet at Bookmaker.com should they pull off the win.  The Titans were the last of the undefeated teams this season, going on an impressive run but by season's end they were looking like mere mortals, losing three games.

Still, Las Vegas sportsbooks much like their online cousins favor the Tennessee Titans to play the New York Giants in the upcoming Super Bowl.

Oddsmaker Mike Seba of Las Vegas Sports Consultants says the Giants have the easiest road to get to the Super Bowl on Feb. 1, while the AFC teams are more evenly matched.

The Arizona Cardinals are the biggest longshots for the title at 40-1; in the AFC, the Miami Dolphins have 30-1 odds.

Before the season, the two teams that opened with the longest odds to win the Super Bowl were the Dolphins (250-1) and the Falcons (200-1). Now they're both in the playoffs.

The two preseason favorites - the New England Patriots (2-1) and Dallas Cowboys (7-1) - failed to reach the playoffs.

The Titans would pay $4000 for every $100 bet to win the 2009 Super Bowl earlier in the season.

Mary Montgomery, Gambling911.com 

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