Wild Card Weekend dropped the four longest shots to win the Super Bowl.
This week, little has changed in the odds to win the NFL's biggest prize. The Patriots slightly bumped up, as did the Falcons and Packers. With fewer games to play, it only makes sense. The Texans were the only team to have their odds get worse (or better, if you're placing money on them).
|Broncos||3 to 1||+300|
|Patriots||10 to 3||+333|
|49ers||11 to 2||+550|
|Falcons||13 to 2||+650|
|Packers||13 to 2||+650|
|Seahawks||17 to 2||+850|
|Texans||16 to 1||+1600|
|Ravens||20 to 1||+2000|
Interesting to note is that the AFC teams bookend the NFC teams. If all of the favored teams win again, the bottom four will once again be eliminated, keeping the oddsmakers and bettors with a 100% playoff record.
Below are the individual game odds. All home teams are favored, so the Broncos are favored to win by 9.5 points, the 49ers by 3, etc.
|Away Team||Home Team||Spread|
Once again, I grabbed the odds from bet365 with no linking due to paranoia, but with netiquette guilt.