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    Default Odds to win Super Bowl 45

    Online wagering site Bodog.com lists the Colts and the Saints as co-favorites to win next seasonís Super Bowl, with both teams currently at 9-1. Super Bowl 45 will be played February 6, 2011, at Cowboys Stadium in Arlington.

    Indianapolis Colts 9/1
    New Orleans Saints 9/1
    New York Jets 10/1
    San Diego Chargers 11/1
    Dallas Cowboys 12/1
    New England Patriots 12/1
    Green Bay Packers 14/1
    Minnesota Vikings 14/1
    Baltimore Ravens 16/1
    Philadelphia Eagles 18/1
    Pittsburgh Steelers 20/1
    New York Giants 25/1
    Houston Texans 25/1
    Washington Redskins 25/1
    Atlanta Falcons 28/1
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    Cincinnati Bengals 30/1
    Miami Dolphins 30/1
    San Francisco 49ers 30/1
    Carolina Panthers 35/1
    Chicago Bears 35/1
    Seattle Seahawks 40/1
    Arizona Cardinals 40/1
    Denver Broncos 50/1
    Jacksonville Jaguars 70/1
    Oakland Raiders 80/1
    Cleveland Browns 80/1
    Detroit Lions 90/1
    Kansas City Chiefs 90/1
    Buffalo Bills 100/1
    St.Louis Rams 100/1
    Tampa Bay Buccaneers 100/1

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    To me...surprises...

    Philly and Skins odds so low......and Cincy odds higher than I would have expected.

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    Default Re: Odds to win Super Bowl 45

    they still love the patriots- not sure why though.

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    they still love the patriots- not sure why though.

    me neither...

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    me neither...


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    they still love the patriots- not sure why though.
    See also Sloth and the boys, I mean the Chargers. Every year they seem to start out as media sub-faves (i.e. neither the Colts or the ****riots) and every year they fizzle and blame LaDanian Thomlinson. Well, this year they'll have to pick a new goat.
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    they still love the patriots- not sure why though.
    Based on past history is the only reason; however I think the Jets will overtake them in the division for a while. Earlier this year our odds were lower, before the Ben suspension, around 12-1.

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    I dont see welker doin a whole lot this year-he,s a big part of the o.

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    Based on past history is the only reason; however I think the Jets will overtake them in the division for a while. Earlier this year our odds were lower, before the Ben suspension, around 12-1.

    the AFC East will be tough this year -


    The Big Question: Three playoff teams?

    May, 11, 2010
    By Tim Graham


    Could the AFC playoffs feature three teams from the AFC East?

    For the past three years, the AFC East hardly deserved to send multiple teams to the playoffs.

    The AFC East arguably didn't warrant extra inclusion in 2009 either. The New York Jets clinched a wild-card bid with massive assistance from their last two opponents, while other contenders withered into pretenders.

    But this year is shaping up differently. The AFC East could send three teams into the postseason for the first time since 2001.

    Anticipation already is building for what should be an ultra-competitive division shootout. The New England Patriots are defending champs. The Jets reached the AFC Championship Game. The Miami Dolphins won the AFC East in 2008 and were mathematically alive for a wild-card berth heading into Week 17 last year. They beat the Jets twice.

    As respectable as those organizations were at the end of 2008, expectations have escalated. All three have improved their playoff chances through free agency, trades and the draft. ESPN.com senior writer John Clayton recently rated the most productive offseasons, and his Nos. 1 through 3 were the Patriots, Dolphins and Jets.

    For eight straight seasons, the AFC East hasn't acquitted itself well. It qualified a lone wild-card team in 2004, 2006 and 2009 (all the Jets), but none in the other seasons. Although it should be pointed out the Patriots had an 11-5 record two years ago, but failed to get in because they lost a tiebreaker to the Dolphins for the division crown and to the Baltimore Ravens for the second wild-card spot.

    But in 2010, the AFC East's strength of schedule is around the middle of the pack. The Patriots have the sixth-toughest schedule, but the Dolphins, Jets and Buffalo Bills are tied for 16th.

    The AFC North has been shaky. Can anybody count on the Cincinnati Bengals to repeat as division champs? The Pittsburgh Steelers failed to make the playoffs at all last year and are experiencing serious turbulence with quarterback Ben Roethlisberger.

    The AFC West has been weak for a few seasons, producing one winning record over the past two seasons combined and two over the past three seasons.

    We can pretty much pencil in the Indianapolis Colts to continue their AFC South dominance, but the other clubs have struggled off and on.

    What makes the AFC South's outlook even more daunting is the Tennessee Titans and Houston Texans are tied for the most-difficult schedule based on their opponents' aggregate 2009 records. The Jacksonville Jaguars own the fifth-toughest schedule. The Colts have the 10th.

    Odds would appear decent multiple AFC East teams will make the tournament.

    http://espn.go.com/blog/afceast/post...-playoff-teams

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    Can't believe they got Philthy ****ers at lower odds than us! Aren't they starting Kevin freaking Kolb????????
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    Can't believe they got Philthy ****ers at lower odds than us! Aren't they starting Kevin freaking Kolb????????
    I think they probably think 4 games is alot which it is in a 16 game season! but i think byron is gonna play well enough to win some of those games.

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