Post-Draft 2016 Super Bowl Odds

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LAS VEGAS, NV (The Spread) - With the 2015 NFL Draft now in the books, here's an updated look at the 2016 Super Bowl odds.

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According to oddsmakers from online sports book Bovada.lv, the Seahawks are 11/2 favorites to win next year's Super Bowl while the Packers have the next-best odds at 7/1. The Patriots, meanwhile, are 15/2 to win next season's NFL title while the Colts are 8/1 and the Cowboys are 10/1.

Continuing with the post-draft odds, the Broncos are 14/1 to win the 2016 Super Bowl while the Eagles are 18/1 and the Cardinals are 20/1. The Ravens, Giants and Steelers are 25/1, respectively, while the Bills, Bengals, Lions, 49ers and Rams are all 33/1, respectively.

After selecting Jameis Winston with the No. 1 overall pick in Thursday's NFL draft, the Bucs are now 100/1 long shots, while the Titans are 200/1 long shots to win the Super Bowl after taking Oregon quarterback Marcus Mariota at No. 2. Below is a complete list of updated Super Bowl odds following the 2015 NFL Draft.

Updated 2016 Super Bowl Odds

Seattle Seahawks 11/2

Green Bay Packers 7/1

New England Patriots 15/2

Indianapolis Colts 8/1

Dallas Cowboys 10/1

Denver Broncos 14/1

Philadelphia Eagles 18/1

Arizona Cardinals 20/1

Baltimore Ravens 25/1

New York Giants 25/1

Pittsburgh Steelers 25/1

Buffalo Bills 33/1

Cincinnati Bengals 33/1

Detroit Lions 33/1

San Francisco 49ers 33/1

St. Louis Rams 33/1

Atlanta Falcons 40/1

Carolina Panthers 40/1

Kansas City Chiefs 40/1

Miami Dolphins 40/1

New Orleans Saints 40/1

New York Jets 40/1

Chicago Bears 50/1

Houston Texans 50/1

Minnesota Vikings 50/1

San Diego Chargers 50/1

Cleveland Browns 75/1

Oakland Raiders 75/1

Tampa Bay Buccaneers 100/1

Washington Redskins 100/1

Jacksonville Jaguars 200/1

Tennessee Titans 200/1

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