Oddsmakers Have Faith in Packers

Oddsmakers Have Faith in Packers

The Packers have the fifth-best odds to win the championship, despite the state of the loaded NFC.

The Green Bay Packers, despite Seattle's dominance in Sunday's Super Bowl and San Francisco's dominance over the Packers, have the fifth-best odds to win Super Bowl XLIX, according to online bookmaker Bovada.

The Packers' odds are 16/1. Seattle, not surprisingly, is a solid favorite at 9/2, followed by San Francisco at 15/2, Denver at 8/1 and New England at 14/1.

Of the 11 teams with the best odds, eight reside in the NFC. That includes Chicago, which is 25/1. Detroit and Minnesota, which are breaking in new coaches, are 33/1 and 75/1, respectively.

Here are the odds, courtesy of Bovada.

TeamOdds  
Seattle Seahawks9/2
San Francisco 49ers15/2
Denver Broncos8/1
New England Patriots14/1
Green Bay Packers  16/1
New Orleans Saints 18/1
Atlanta Falcons25/1
Carolina Panthers25/1
Chicago Bears25/1
Cincinnati Bengals   25/1
Philadelphia Eagles 25/1
Indianapolis Colts28/1
Kansas City Chiefs  28/1
Arizona Cardinals33/1
Dallas Cowboys33/1
Detroit Lions     33/1
New York Giants 33/1
Pittsburgh Steelers  33/1
San Diego Chargers33/1
Baltimore Ravens40/1
Houston Texans40/1
St. Louis Rams 40/1
Washington Redskins40/1
Miami Dolphins 50/1
New York Jets  50/1
Tampa Bay Buccaneers50/1
Tennessee Titans 50/1
Cleveland Browns66/1
Buffalo Bills75/1
Minnesota Vikings   75/1
Oakland Raiders  75/1
Jacksonville Jaguars 100/1

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