Can you believe that the Chicago Bears odds to win Super Bowl XLIV are only 20/1?
But of course the Dallas Cowboys odds are 14/1.
Crazy right? I mean the Bears have an easier division plus they have a solid offensive line, quarterback, tight end and running back.
The NFL just loves Dallas so much.
Something about the NFL Betting system is fishy.
Here’s the list of Super Bowl futures for all 32 NFL teams:
Arizona 22/1, Atlanta 24/1, Baltimore 20/1, Buffalo 50/1, Carolina 20/1, Chicago 20/1, Cincinnati 70/1, Cleveland 80/1, Dallas 14/1, Denver 50/1, Detroit 100/1, Green Bay 25/1, Houston 35/1, Indy 13/1, Jacksonville 40/1, Kansas City 65/1, Miami 50/1, Minnesota 15/1, New England 4/1, New Orleans 22/1, New York Giants 10/1, New York Jets 40/1, Oakland Raiders 90/1, Philly 11/1, Pittsburgh 9/1, San Diego 12/1, San Fran 50/1, Seattle 45/1, St. Louis 100/1, Tampa Bay 55/1, Tennessee 22/1 and Washington 30/1.
Any of those odds surprising to you?
I think Minnesota (15/1), New England (4/1), Pittsburgh (9/1), Philly (11/1) and Tennessee (22/1) are very surprising to me.
First of all the Vikings have no quarterback and even if they add Brett Favre he won’t be that good.
Then you look at New England (4/1), this is a team that didn’t even make the playoffs last season, Pittsburgh (9/1) should be the Super Bowl favorites, I mean there the team that has won two Super Bowls in the last four years.
How can the Eagles be (11/1), when they play in one of the toughest divisions in the NFL and Tennessee be (22/1)?
That’s crazy. Tennessee to me should have a huge season, but the Eagles might not even make the playoffs.
All I know is the odds on the NFL this season don’t look right to me.
What do you think?