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Patriots, Cowboys & Seahawks remain top Super Bowl Contenders 11/15/16

After 10 weeks in the NFL, the Patriots remain favored to win Super Bowl LI but the Cowboys and Seahawks are in the mix as well.

According to oddsmakers from online sports book BetDSI, the Patriots are 5/2 to win this year’s Super Bowl while the 8-1 Cowboys are 6/1 to win it all and the Seahawks are 7/1 coming off their upset win over New England last Sunday night. The defending Super Bowl champion Broncos, meanwhile, are 16/1 to win Super Bowl LI, as are their AFC West rivals the Chiefs at 16/1.

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Continuing with the odds, the Raiders are 17/1 to win this season’s Super Bowl while the Falcons are 18/1. The Steelers, despite losing four in a row, have the best Super Bowl odds of the teams in the AFC North at 20/1, while the struggling Packers are 26/1. The Cardinals and Giants are both 27/1, while the first-place Ravens are 35/1. The Vikings, meanwhile, are 35/1.

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The Lions were one of the biggest benefactors last week despite being on their bye. That’s because every other team in their division lost, which left Detroit with the best record in the NFC North. Matthew Stafford and Co. are now 45/1 to win the Super Bowl.

Some of the other long-shots include the Colts and Texans at 50/1, the Redskins at 65/1, and the Panthers at 75/1. The Bengals, who lost to the Giants on Monday night, are now 80/1, as are the Eagles, while the Dolphins are 100/1 and the Titans are 120/1. The Bills and Saints are 125/1, respectively, while the Chargers are 185/1 and the Buccaneers and Rams are 200/1, respectively.

 

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