Super Bowl Odds

I know, I know. We’re all sick of hearing about Tom Brady’s injury. Because he’s out for the season, check out these new Super Bowl odds from Bodog: New England went from 7/2 to 20/1. According to Bodog’s Sportsbook Manager, Richard Gardner,

“The media has it correct that there never has been one injury, so early in the season, that has affected football and a team’s chance of winning more than the Tom Brady injury.  That a team like Indianapolis can go out and play terrible at home and have their odds reduced because of one injury is unprecedented.  The Patriots are still favored to make the playoffs, but have fallen into being categorized as no better than the 6th or 7th best team in the AFC until Matt Cassel proves differently.”

As of special interest to us here at P.O., the Broncos went from 50/1 to 25/1.

Here’s how the odds to win the 2009 Super Bowl looked before the season (9/4):

New England Patriots                             7/2

Dallas Cowboys                                     6/1

San Diego Chargers                               7/1

Indianapolis Colts                                   15/2

Jacksonville Jaguars                               13/1

New Orleans Saints                               16/1

Minnesota Vikings                                 17/1

Pittsburgh Steelers                                18/1

New York Giants                                    20/1

Cleveland Browns                                   25/1

New York Jets                                       25/1

Philadelphia Eagles                                25/1

Seattle Seahawks                                  25/1

Green Bay Packers                                35/1

Tampa Bay Buccaneers                         35/1

Carolina Panthers                                  40/1

Chicago Bears                                       40/1

Tennessee Titans                                   40/1

Washington Redskins                            40/1

Arizona Cardinals                                   50/1

Buffalo Bills                                           50/1

Denver Broncos                                     50/1

Cincinnati Bengals                                 60/1

Oakland Raiders                                    60/1

Houston Texans                                     70/1

St. Louis Rams                                      70/1

Baltimore Ravens                                   80/1

San Francisco 49ers                              80/1

Detroit Lions                                          85/1

Kansas City Chiefs                                125/1

Miami Dolphins                                      125/1

Atlanta Falcons                                     200/1

 

Here’s how they looked after week 1 (9/9):

Dallas Cowboys                                     4/1

San Diego Chargers                               13/2

Indianapolis Colts                                   15/2

New Orleans Saints                               10/1

Pittsburgh Steelers                                10/1

Jacksonville Jaguars                               13/1

New York Giants                                    14/1

Philadelphia Eagles                                14/1

Green Bay Packers                                15/1

Minnesota Vikings                                 15/1

New York Jets                                       15/1

New England Patriots                             20/1

Carolina Panthers                                  25/1

Denver Broncos                                     25/1

Seattle Seahawks                                  26/1

Buffalo Bills                                           30/1

Tennessee Titans                                   30/1

Chicago Bears                                       35/1

Tampa Bay Buccaneers                         40/1

Arizona Cardinals                                   50/1

Cleveland Browns                                   55/1

Baltimore Ravens                                   60/1

Atlanta Falcons                                     100/1

Cincinnati Bengals                                 100/1

Detroit Lions                                          100/1

Houston Texans                                     100/1

Oakland Raiders                                    100/1

San Francisco 49ers                              100/1

St. Louis Rams                                      100/1

Washington Redskins                            100/1

Kansas City Chiefs                                150/1

Miami Dolphins                                      150/1

H/T: Jimmy Shapiro (Fiver Media)

 

 

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