2015 NFC Title Game Odds

2015 Super Bowl odds NFC conference championship

LAS VEGAS, NV (The Spread) - The odds to win the NFC conference championship in 2015 have been released and the defending Super Bowl champs are favored.

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According to oddsmakers from online sports book Bovada.lv, the Seahawks are 3/1 favorites while the 49ers have the next-best odds at 4/1. Seattle defeated San Francisco in this year's NFC title game in a matchup that many believed featured the two best teams in the league.

Continuing with the odds, the Packers are 15/2 while the Panthers are 12/1 and the Bears and Saints are 14/1, respectively. The Falcons and Eagles are also 16/1, while the Cardinals, Cowboys and Lions are all 18/1, respectively. The Giants are also 22/1.

The long shots to win next year's NFC title are the Rams at 25/1, the Buccaneers and Redskins at 28/1, respectively, and the Vikings, who have the longest odds at 40/1.

The last team to win back-to-back NFC title games was the Packers in 1997 and 1998. Since then, 16 different teams have represented the NFC in the Super Bowl, including the Seahawks last year. The last two NFC title winners came from the West, where the 49ers played the Ravens in Super Bowl XLVII and the Seahawks played the Broncos in last year's SBXLVIII.

Last year the 49ers opened as 15/4 favorites to win the NFC title game, while the Seahawks were 9/2 and the Packers were 13/2. The Falcons, whom the Niners beat in the 2014 NFC championship game, were 15/2.

2015 NFC Conference Championship Odds to Win

Seattle Seahawks 3/1 

San Francisco 49ers 4/1 

Green Bay Packers 15/2 

Carolina Panthers 12/1 

Chicago Bears  14/1 

New Orleans Saints 14/1 

Atlanta Falcons 16/1 

Philadelphia Eagles 16/1 

Arizona Cardinals 18/1 

Dallas Cowboys 18/1 

Detroit Lions 18/1 

New York Giants 22/1 

St. Louis Rams 25/1 

Tampa Bay Buccaneers 28/1 

Washington Redskins 28/1 

Minnesota Vikings 40/1

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