Early Las Vegas Super Bowl 45 odds

Feb 9, 2010 at 4:34 PM--


The following are the early Super Bowl 45 odds according to the Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino in Las Vegas.

2011 Pro Football Championship
Sunday, February 6, 2011
Cowboy Stadium, Arlington, Texas

Indianapolis Colts     5/1
Pittsburgh Steelers    7/1
New Orleans Saints     8/1
San Diego Chargers     8/1
Dallas Cowboys        10/1
Green Bay Packers     10/1
New England Patriots  10/1
Minnesota Vikings     12/1
Tennessee Titans      15/1
Baltimore Ravens      18/1
Philadelphia Eagles   20/1
New York Jets         20/1
New York Giants       22/1
San Francisco 49ers   25/1
Cincinnati Bengals    30/1
Denver Broncos        30/1
Houston Texans        30/1
Arizona Cardinals     35/1
Miami Dolphins        40/1
Atlanta Falcons       40/1
Jacksonville Jaguars  45/1
Carolina Panthers     50/1
Chicago Bears         50/1
Washington Redskins   75/1
Buffalo Bills         75/1
Seattle Seahawks      75/1
Cleveland Browns     100/1
Kansas City Chiefs   100/1
Oakland Raiders      100/1
St. Louis Rams       100/1
Detroit Lions        125/1
Tampa Bay Buccaneers 150/1
2010-2011 NFC Championship
New Orleans Saints     4/1
Green Bay Packers      5/1
Minnesota Vikings      5/1
Dallas Cowboys        13/2
Philadelphia Eagles   10/1
San Francisco 49ers   10/1
New York Giants       11/1
Arizona Cardinals     18/1
Atlanta Falcons       20/1
Carolina Panthers     25/1
Chicago Bears         25/1
Washington Redskins   30/1
Seattle Seahawks      35/1
St. Louis Rams        50/1
Detroit Lions         60/1
Tampa Bay Buccaneers  75/1
2010-2011 AFC Championship
Indianapolis Colts     5/2
Pittsburgh Steelers    4/1
New England Patriots   5/1
San Diego Chargers     9/1
Tennessee Titans       7/1
Baltimore Ravens      10/1
New York Jets         10/1
Cincinnati Bengals    15/1
Denver Broncos        15/1
Houston Texans        15/1
Miami Dolphins        20/1
Jacksonville Jaguars  25/1
Buffalo Bills         35/1
Cleveland Browns      50/1
Kansas City Chiefs    50/1
Oakland Raiders       60/1





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