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NFL Super Bowl 51 Odds - Latest Super Bowl 2017 future odds

Bookmakers Backing Patriots vs. Seahawks for Super Bowl 51

The 2016-17 NFL season is upon us, and 32 teams will embark upon a new quest to make Super Bowl 51 this Friday as the new season gets underway.

What Are The Odds has the latest markets available on not only who will win this year’s Super Bowl, but also who we can expect to make the showdown at NRG Stadium in Houston, Texas, come February.

Sky Bet has the New England Patriots as 4/1 (5.00) favourites to win the American Football Conference two years after they did so en route to winning Super Bowl 49, while the Seattle Seahawks are favourites to top the National Football Conference at the same odds.

That pair are therefore also joint-favourites to win Super Bowl 51 overall, each listed at 8/1 (9.00) before the season has got underway, with quarterbacks Tom Brady and Russell Wilson set to inch again leads the Pats and Seahawks, respectively.

But Aaron Rodgers is another elite signal-caller to watch out for, and his Green Bay Packers are only just outside the top two, priced at 17/2 (9.50) to clinch this year’s Super Bowl, while fellow NFC contenders, the Carolina Panthers and the Arizona Cardinals, are at 9/1 (10.00).

The Panthers in particular are looking to right the wrongs of last season’s Super Bowl 50 defeat to the Denver Broncos, and they remain one of the nine NFL teams to have made at least one Super Bowl without winning the title (2003, 2015).

Dark Horse Picks to Make Super Bowl 51

Outside the obvious favourites, there will always be a group of lurking underdogs hoping to upset the order of things at the top, and Super Bowl 51 will be no different.

The Cincinnati Bengals could be one such team worth investing in at 12/1 (13.00) considering Andy Dalton comes into this season as one of the most consistent quarterbacks in the NFL, and it was only a season-ending injury to him that saw their progress derailed.

Further down the order, Andrew Luck and the 28/1 (29.00) Indianapolis Colts could be prepped for a breakout campaign after the quarterback has shown huge promise in pre-season and the team coming off the back of big disappointment in the 2015 term.

Lastly, the Baltimore Ravens, also out at 28/1 (29.00) may be worth a look-in after they got back a raft of their injured stars from last season—namely the likes of Terrell Suggs, Justin Forsett and Steve Smith - along with Joe Flacco pulling their strings from QB.

The Minnesota Vikings are in disarray after losing quarterback Teddy Bridgewater for the season due to injury, and Sam Bradford’s arrival means they lack the same impact in attack. As a result, despite decent odds of 28/1 (29.00), the franchise likely won’t be worth backing to succeed.

Odds to Win Super Bowl 51

New England Patriots                     8/1 (9.00)

Seattle Seahawks                           8/1 (9.00)

Green Bay Packers                       17/2 (9.50)

Carolina Panthers                           9/1 (10.0)

Arizona Cardinals                           9/1 (10.0)

Pittsburgh Steelers                       11/1 (12.0)

Cincinnati Bengals                       12/1 (13.0)

Denver Broncos                           16/1 (17.0)

Kansas City Chiefs                      22/1 (23.0)

Baltimore Ravens                        28/1 (29.0)

Minnesota Vikings                       28/1 (29.0)

Indianapolis Colts                        28/1 (29.0)

New York Giants                         28/1 (29.0)

Houston Texans                          33/1 (34.0)

Buffalo Bills                                 33/1 (34.0)

Dallas Cowboys                         33/1 (34.0)

Oakland Raiders                        33/1 (34.0)

Washington Redskins                40/1 (41.0)

Jacksonville Jaguars                 40/1 (41.0)

New York Jets                            40/1 (41.0)

Atlanta Falcons                          50/1 (51.0)

Los Angeles Rams                     50/1 (51.0)

San Diego Chargers                  66/1 (67.0)

New Orleans Saints                   66/1 (67.0)

Miami Dolphins                          66/1 (67.0)

Chicago Bears                           66/1 (67.0)

Detroit Lions                              66/1 (67.0)

Philadelphia Eagles                   66/1 (67.0)

Tampa Bay Buccaneers             80/1 (81.0)

Tennessee Titans                       80/1 (81.0)

San Francisco 49ers              150/1 (151.0)

Cleveland Browns                  200/1 (201.0)


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You'll find posts covering everything from odds intelligence on the latest transfer market rumours, the latest developments and most likely outcomes of certain popular events, as well as perspective odds, where we'll compare a number of otherwise incomparable events through odds probability. 




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