2007 Super Bowl Odds

Current 2007 Super Bowl Betting Odds

Super Bowl XLI betting odds are already out and from the looks of it both Las Vegas AND offshore sportsbooks don’t have a clue who’s going to win it all this year as there’s no real clear cut favorite. Indy and New England head up the shortest odds and there’s a decent chance that neither will be there when it’s all said and done. Our predictions? We’d like to take a poke at a few teams that have been building up to first class status as well as bettered themselves during the offseason. Oh, our not so dark dark horses don’t have too shabby of coaches either.

We like the Dallas Cowboys to win it all this year on our NFL free picks page. The pieces are there. At 11/1 their not really a dark horse, but their not really getting the credit they deserve either. Their a better team than the Pats who are currently sitting at 15/2.

We’re back with the Minnesota Vikings at 25/1 as another dark horse. Yeah yeah, we picked them last year as well, but the Culpepper debacle killed what could have been a solid wager. He single handedly sunk that team with poor decisions. The injury he sustained was actually a good thing for the Vikings however it was too late by that time. The Bengals are worth a gamble at 20/1 and “Da Bears”at 17/1 are also worth some lunch money bets. The odds of winning the Super Bowl would be considered value bets and longshots and pay quite nicely.

Overrated are the Washington Redskins at 13/1 and Chargers at14/1. Last we checked Drew Brees left for the Saints. Oddsmakers are giving the Bolts 14/1 with a rookie QB? Are you kidding me? Avoid that bet at all costs. Then again anything can happen in the NFL.

Notice we didn’t list the Colts or Seahawks as a pick? We had to leave somebody out so we didn’t look like bandwagoners!

Let’s take a look at the current odds (as of 5/25/06) to win Super Bowl XLI:

Arizona Cardinals 35/1
Atlanta Falcons 25/1
Baltimore Ravens 35/1
Buffalo Bills 100/1
Carolina Panthers 11/1
Chicago Bears 17/1
Cincinnati Bengals 20/1
Cleveland Browns 60/1
Dallas Cowboys 11/1
Denver Broncos 12/1
Detroit Lions 80/1
Green Bay Packers 80/1
Houston Texans 100/1
Indianapolis Colts 13/2
Jacksonville Jaguars 28/1
Kansas City Chiefs 16/1
Miami Dolphins 17/1
Minnesota Vikings 25/1
New England Patriots 15/2
New Orleans Saints 45/1
New York Giants 18/1
New York Jets 70/1
Oakland Raiders 45/1
Philadelphia Eagles 19/1
Pittsburgh Steelers 10/1
San Diego Chargers 14/1
San Francisco 49ers 125/1
Seattle Seahawks 10/1
St. Louis Rams 60/1
Tampa Bay Buccaneers 25/1
Tennessee Titans 100/1
Washington Redskins 13/1