NFC Odds to Win

Oddsmakers have released team future odds to win the NFC and the New York Giants have opened as 6/1 favorites to win their conference in 2009.

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Despite winning the NFC last year, the Arizona Cardinals find themselves behind the Giants, Philadelphia Eagles and Dallas Cowboys to win the conference this year. The Cards have short odds to win at 9/1, while the Giants are 6/1, the Eagles are 6.5/1 and the Cowboys are 7.5/1.

Along with the Cardinals, oddsmakers from online sports book SBGGLOBAL have established a slew of other teams at 9/1 to win. The Atlanta Falcons, Carolina Panthers, Chicago Bears, Green Bay Packers and Minnesota Vikings all have 9/1 odds, while the Washington Redskins are 9.5/1.

Perhaps the team that offers the most value is the Seattle Seahawks at 18/1. While the Seahawks are coming off a disastrous season, don’t forget that nobody could touch them in the NFC West for years and they also made a Super Bowl appearance in 2005. Quarterback Matt Hasselbeck is healthy again and Seattle was able to acquire the best defensive prospect in the draft in linebacker Aaron Curry.

For complete futures odds to win the NFC, see below. And for odds to win Super Bowl XLIV, click here.

2009-2010 NFL Futures Odds – NFC Odds to Win

Arizona Cardinals 9/1

Atlanta Falcons 9/1

Carolina Panthers 9/1

Chicago Bears 9/1

Dallas Cowboys 7.5/1

Detroit Lions 100/1

Green Bay Packers 9/1

Minnesota Vikings 9/1

New Orleans Saints 9/1

New York Giants 6/1

Philadelphia Eagles 6.5/1

San Francisco 49ers 18/1

Seattle Seahawks 18/1

St. Louis Rams 40/1

Tampa Bay Buccaneers 18/1

Washington Redskins 9.5/1

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Posted: 6/11/09 9:31 PM ET

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