NFL Pro Football Betting Odds To Win Super Bowl 47

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We are just two weeks away from the beginning of NFL training camps so let’s take a look at the current 2013 Super Bowl Odds. NFL Pro Football Super Bowl XLVII will be played indoors at the Superdome in New Orleans Louisiana.

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Currently the favorite at Oddsmaker to win Super Bowl 47 is the 2011 Super Bowl Champions Green Bay Packers are +400 odds. The Packers started the 2012 season a perfect 13-0 prior to losing 19-14 in a road defeat at Kansas City. The club finished off the regular season at 15-1 but were defeated 37-20 at home to the New York Giants in the NFC Divisional Round playoff as a -9 point betting favorite. The defending Super Bowl champions New York Giants are +2000 odds to win the Super Bowl. After a 6-6 start to the season the Giants got hot late in the year and won six straight to win their second Super Bowl in five seasons. The team must replace running back Brandon Jacobs and wide out Mario Manningham who departed in the offseason. The Chicago Bears were looking like a Super Bowl contender in the 2011 season until quarterback Jay Cutler went down with a season ending injury. The Bears are currently lined at +3000 odds to take Super Bowl XLVII. Tony Romo has won just one playoff game in his career as a starter. Romo has not been blessed with enough quality surrounding him in the offensive line, running back and defense to go deep in the playoffs. The Cowboys are lined at +2500 to win Super Bowl 47. Peyton Manning will debut under center for the Denver Broncos in the 2012 campaign. The Broncos are lined at +1200 to win the Super Bowl. Denver gets a major upgrade at quarterback and returns a defense that bettered their stance against the run allowing 4.3 yards per rush against average. Tom Brady and his New England Patriots are lined at +800 odds to win Super Bowl 47. The team concluded play in 2012 with a 15-4 record and was defeated in the Super Bowl by the New York Giants 21-17 as a -3 point betting favorite. A notable longshot in the wagering will be the Kansas City Chiefs who are +5000 odds to win Super Bowl XLVII. The Chiefs defense played very well down the stretch and welcome back running back Jamaal Charles and tight end Tony Mokeaki back from injury. Nice free agent acquisitions are running back Peyton Hillis and tight end Kevin Boss.

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