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49ers listed at 60-1 odds to win Super Bowl 51

Feb 8, 2016 at 10:11 AM--


Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook released the very early odds for all 32 NFL teams and their chances to win Super Bowl 51. The game will be played on February 5, 2017 at NRG Stadium in Houston, Texas. It will be the third Super Bowl in Houston, which has previously hosted Super Bowl VIII (1974) and Super Bowl XXXVIII (2004).

The San Francisco 49ers are listed to have 60-1 odds to win the next Super Bowl, which ranks 31st among the 32 teams. The only team with worse odds are the Cleveland Browns, listed at 200-1, which is a hefty drop from San Francisco's spot.

The favorites are the New England Patriots, Seattle Seahawks, and Pittsburgh Steelers, all listed at 8-1. The Denver Broncos, who yesterday won Super Bowl 50 against the Carolina Panthers, are 14-1. Carolina's odds are better at 10-1.

Within the NFC West, the Arizona Cardinals trail the Seahawks at 10-1 while the St. Louis Rams are listed at 50-1.

Below are the complete odds for all 32 teams.

Team Odds
Patriots 8-1
Seahawks 8-1
Steelers 8-1
Cardinals 10-1
Packers 10-1
Panthers 10-1
Bengals 14-1
Broncos 14-1
Cowboys 16-1
Chiefs 20-1
Colts 20-1
Vikings 20-1
Bills 30-1
Jets 30-1
Ravens 30-1
Bears 40-1
Falcons 40-1
Giants 40-1
Lions 40-1
Redskins 40-1
Saints 40-1
Texans 40-1
Buccaneers 50-1
Chargers 50-1
Dolphins 50-1
Eagles 50-1
Jaguars 50-1
Raiders 50-1
Rams 50-1
Titans 50-1
49ers 60-1
Browns 200-1





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