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49ers, Browns open at 150-to-1 odds of winning Super Bowl LII

Feb 6, 2017 at 10:14 AM--


Predictably, the Super Bowl LI Champion New England Patriots are favored to win it all again next year, according to Monday morning's opening odds by Bovada, Las Vegas. According to the betting site, the Patriots are over 31-times more likely to win Super Bowl LII than the San Francisco 49ers, who open up with 150-to-1 odds, tied with the Cleveland Browns for worst among all 32 NFL teams.

The 49ers enter the 2017 offseason with a new (soon-to-be-announced) head coach, a new general manager, and a depleted roster in need of an overhaul.

The NFC Champion Atlanta Falcons opened with 14-to-1 odds to redeem their historic Super Bowl meltdown against the Patriots. Their offensive coordinator, Kyle Shanahan, is expected to be named as the new 49ers head coach this week.

The NFC West team with the best odds of winning the Super Bowl are the Seattle Seahawks at 16-to-1. The Arizona Cardinals come in second at 33-to-1, followed by the Los Angeles Rams, which opened at 75-to-1.

Below are the opening odds by Bovada for all 32 NFL teams.

Super Bowl LII Odds
New England Patriots 19-4
Dallas Cowboys 9-1
Green Bay Packers 10-1
Pittsburgh Steelers 10-1
Atlanta Falcons 14-1
Denver Broncos 16-1
Minnesota Vikings 16-1
Oakland Raiders 16-1
Seattle Seahawks 16-1
Carolina Panthers 25-1
Indianapolis Colts 25-1
Kansas City Chiefs 25-1
New York Giants 25-1
Arizona Cardinals 33-1
Tampa Bay Buccaneers 33-1
Baltimore Ravens 40-1
Detroit Lions 40-1
Houston Texans 40-1
Cincinnati Bengals 50-1
Miami Dolphins 50-1
New Orleans Saints 50-1
Philadelphia Eagles 50-1
Tennessee Titans 50-1
Washington Redskins 50-1
Buffalo Bills 66-1
Jacksonville Jaguars 66-1
Los Angeles Chargers 66-1
Los Angeles Rams 75-1
New York Jets 75-1
Chicago Bears 100-1
Cleveland Browns 150-1
San Francisco 49ers 150-1


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