Super Bowl 50 Odds

Last season the Patriots won their 4th Super Bowl in 14 years with the combination of QB Tom Brady and Head Coach Bill Belichick, but they are not the early favorites to repeat this season. Seattle and Green Bay are currently the co-favorites to win it all at +600 with Indianapolis just behind at +800. Following the news of Tom Brady’s four-game suspension, the Patriots dropped from +800 to +900.

The table below shows each team’s Super Bowl 50 odds at Sportsbook:

Team July 31, 2015 May 1, 2015 Feb 2, 2015
Seahawks +550 +600 +600
Packers +550 +750 +800
Colts +800 +800 +1200
Patriots +900 +800 +700
Broncos +1500 +1400 +1000
Cowboys +1500 +1400 +2000
Ravens +1700 +2800 +3000
Steelers +2500 +2800 +3000
Eagles +2800 +2000 +2500
Cardinals +3000 +3000 +4000
Giants +3000 +3500 +4000
Chiefs +3000 +4000 +4000
Saints +3500 +4500 +3000
Bills +3500 +5000 +7000
Dolphins +4000 +4000 +4500
Rams +4500 +3500 +4000
Falcons +4500 +4500 +5000
Panthers +4500 +4500 +4500
Chargers +4500 +5000 +4000
Bengals +5000 +3500 +4000
Lions +5000 +4000 +3000
Bears +5000 +4500 +7000
Texans +5000 +5000 +5000
Vikings +5000 +6000 +6000
49ers +6000 +5000 +3500
Jets +7000 +5500 +12500
Raiders +10000 +10000 +25000
Buccaneers +10000 +12500 +20000
Browns +12500 +10000 +7000
Redskins +12500 +12500 +14000
Titans +12500 +20000 +30000
Jaguars +12500 +25000 +30000

Some of the largest future moves over the past two months include the Packers (+750 to +550), Ravens (+2800 to +1700), Eagles (+2000 to +2800), Chiefs (+4000 to +3000) and Bengals (+5000 to +3500).

The NFC is also listed as a 2.5-point favorite over the AFC with a fairly high total of 50.5. There’s still a long offseason and odds will undoubtedly fluctuate so be sure to check back in as we’ll update this post continuously when major changes occur.

Will Seattle return for the third consecutive season or will a different NFC team knock them off? Feel free to leave your comments below.

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Dan McGuire

Dan McGuire is the Operations Manager and soccer specialist at Sports Insights. He can be reached at dan.mcguire@sportsinsights.com.

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