Updated 2013 Super Bowl Odds

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(The Spread) - Oddsmakers have updated the odds for the 2013 Super Bowl as the NFL heads into its Wild Card Weekend, and Peyton Manning's team remains favored.

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According to oddsmakers from online sports book Bovada.lv, the Denver Broncos are 11/4 favorites to win the 2013 Super Bowl, while the New England Patriots have the next best odds at 4/1. The San Francisco 49ers have the best odds among the NFC teams at 6/1 while the top-seeded Atlanta Falcons are 7/1 to win this year's Super Bowl.

Continuing with the odds, the Green Bay Packers are 15/2, the Seattle Seahawks are 11/1 and the Houston Texans are 15/1. The Washington Redskins are 18/1, the Baltimore Ravens are 22/1 and the Minnesota Vikings are 40/1. The Cincinnati Bengals and the Indianapolis Colts are the two long shots to win this season's Super Bowl, as both teams are 45/1, respectively.

The Broncos are also 5/4 to win the 2013 AFC Championship at 5/4 while the Patriots have the next best odds at 8/5 and the Texans are 7/1. The Ravens are 11/1, the Bengals are 20/1 and the Colts are 22/1.

In the NFC, the 49ers are favored to win the 2013 NFC Championship at 9/4 while the Falcons are 5/2 and the Packers are 10/3. The Seahawks are 11/2, the Redskins are 9/1 and the Vikings are 18/1.

The Texans are 4.5-point favorites to beat the Bengals on Saturday in the first wild card game of the weekend. The Packers are also 9-point favorites against the Vikings while the Ravens are 6.5-point favorites over the Colts and the Seahawks are 3-point road favorites versus the Redskins.

Updated 2013 Super Bowl Odds

Denver Broncos 4/1

New England Patriots 6/1

Atlanta Falcons 7/1

Green Bay Packers 15/2

Seattle Seahawks 11/1

Houston Texans 15/1

Washington Redskins 18/1

Baltimore Ravens 22/1

Minnesota Vikings 40/1

Cincinnati Bengals 45/1

Indianapolis Colts 45/1

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