2015 NFL Betting Schedule Released.

Updated 2015 Super Bowl Odds

Now that the playoffs are set, updated Super Bowl 2015 odds are out. The favorite in the AFC is New England while the favorite in the NFC is Seattle.

Is there a team that can beat either one of the favorites in the respective conferences? Keep reading for information on all the NFL’s 2014-2015 Playoff participant, but before we get there, lets take a minute to take a look back at the amazing events since the last Super Bowl.

Analyzing The Updated Super Bowl 2015 Odds

The demise of the 2014 NFL regular season is only a few days old. The latest Super Bowl 2015 odds are out and there was little surprise that the Seahawks were leading the way at 12-5 and the Patriots were following closely behind at 3-1.

The Packers and the Broncos each were at 6-1, while the Cowboys were 17-2.

So, out of those five teams, where do you think the money is landing?

If you guessed the Cowboys, you’d be correct.

Think about that for a second. Enough of the public is betting on the Cowboys to win the 2015 Super Bowl that it’s moving the odds. And I can’t say I disagree with those people. So if you want to back Jerry Jones, Tony Romo and the Cowboys, you need to jump on them now before the odds drop.

If you want a Super Bowl 2015 long-shot to wager on, you have your choices with the Panthers, Ravens, Lions and Bengals — all of whom were 40-1 after Week 17. And if you wanted to put your money on a true long-shot, the Cardinals are available to bet on at 66-1.

But among those long-shots, the public is backing the Panthers early which makes them a must bet on team now if you have the slightest inkling that you will drop some cash on them this season.

Now for a closer look at the Super Bowl 2015 odds, let’s start with the AFC before we jump to the NFC.

New England Patriots +225

Home field advantage, two shut down corners, and balance on offense should help the Patriots get into position for another Super Bowl victory. Oh, that guy named Tom Brady doesn’t hurt.

Denver Broncos +550

A less than stellar pass-blocking offensive line might hurt the Broncos’ Super Bowl victory chances. But, the defense is terrific and C.J. Andersen is rushing like one of the best running backs in the league.

Pittsburgh Steelers +1300

The Steelers will be in some trouble if RB Bell can’t go. QB Ben Roethlisberger has won two Super Bowls, though, so experience at QB gives them a slight edge.

Indianapolis Colts +3000

Is this the season when Andrew Luck becomes a legend in Indianapolis? The Colts defense and lack of a rushing attack say “no” but great QBs get past those things, right?

Baltimore Ravens +4000

The odds are where they should be on a Ravens’ team with a defense that can stop the rush but in doing so gives up a lot in the passing game. QB Joe Flaaco will need to get hot.

Cincinnati Bengals +5000

QB Andy Dalton got a huge contract during the off-season to stick with Cincinnati. It’s put up or shut up time for Dalton and Coach Marvin Lewis. A Super Bowl victory isn’t to be expected, but moving on in the playoffs past the Wildcard Round is.

Seattle Seahawks +225

Beast Mode is back, home field advantage throughout the playoffs and the top-ranked defense in the NFL says that a repeat is definitely within reach.

Green Bay Packers +500

The Packers have an offense that makes it a contender to win the NFC, but the team’s defense will have trouble outside of Wisconsin. If the Pack has to face Seattle on the road, things will get dicey.

Dallas Cowboys +700

With Tony Romo at QB and the best running back in the NFL, DeMarco Murray, carrying the load, the ‘Boys have a legitimate shot to win the Super Bowl.

Carolina Panthers +3500

Carolina is hot going into the NFL Playoffs. The way that the Panthers pummeled Atlanta 34 to 3 in the Georgia Dome says that they could be the upset team to watch. Cam Newton has blossomed into a seriously good quarterback.

Detroit Lions +5000

Ndamukong Suh is a moron for stepping on Aaron Rodgers’ ankle. His selfishness and subsequent suspension makes the Lions a tough play to beat Dallas in the Wildcard Round much less win the Super Bowl.

Arizona Cardinals +7500

Down to the bottom of their quarterback barrel, the Cards turn to a rookie signal caller for the most important position on the field, Arizona doesn’t have much of a chance of beating Carolina on the road this weekend. The Cards defense is good, but Seattle exposed it. The Super Bowl betting odds are justified.

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