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Odds of Winning Super bowl

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as before last nights game

1. Patriots 4-1

2. Broncos, Texans, 49ers 9-2

5. Packers 6-1

6. Falcons 8-1

7. Giants 10-1

8. Seahawks 18-1

9. Ravens 20-1

10. Steelers 25-1

11. Redskins, Cowboys, Bears 40-1

14. Bengals, Colts 60-1 ( I DOUBT THIS < ITS MUCH CLOSER TO ME , 3 x worse than Ravens , no way )

16. Vikings, Rams 200-1

18. Jets, Bucs 500-1

20. Chargers, Dolphins, Bills, Browns 2000-1

http://blogs.denverpost.com/broncos/2012/12/10/broncos-tied-favorite-win-super-bowl/17387/

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as before last nights game

1. Patriots 4-1

2. Broncos, Texans, 49ers 9-2

5. Packers 6-1

6. Falcons 8-1

7. Giants 10-1

8. Seahawks 18-1

9. Ravens 20-1

10. Steelers 25-1

11. Redskins, Cowboys, Bears 40-1

14. Bengals, Colts 60-1 ( I DOUBT THIS < ITS MUCH CLOSER TO ME , 3 x worse than Ravens , no way )

16. Vikings, Rams 200-1

18. Jets, Bucs 500-1

20. Chargers, Dolphins, Bills, Browns 2000-1

http://blogs.denverpost.com/broncos/2012/12/10/broncos-tied-favorite-win-super-bowl/17387/

Good stuff :thmup:

But the SeaHawks have no chance

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as before last nights game

1. Patriots 4-1

2. Broncos, Texans, 49ers 9-2

5. Packers 6-1

6. Falcons 8-1

7. Giants 10-1

8. Seahawks 18-1

9. Ravens 20-1

10. Steelers 25-1

11. Redskins, Cowboys, Bears 40-1

14. Bengals, Colts 60-1 ( I DOUBT THIS < ITS MUCH CLOSER TO ME , 3 x worse than Ravens , no way )

16. Vikings, Rams 200-1

18. Jets, Bucs 500-1

20. Chargers, Dolphins, Bills, Browns 2000-1

9-2 isn't bad. It's a really hard thing to accomplish. And I agree; 60-1 seems low for Colts. There is some serious mojo going in Indy.

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9-2 isn't bad. It's a really hard thing to accomplish. And I agree; 60-1 seems low for Colts. There is some serious mojo going in Indy.

Indy is 100-1..other teams have mojo, too

The Colts would have to win 3 roads games just to reach the Super Bowl..maybe Denver, Houston and New England

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Indy is 100-1..other teams have mojo, too

The Colts would have to win 3 roads games just to reach the Super Bowl..maybe Denver, Houston and New England

Like Denver and NE? Yeah.

I'm unsure about the Niners. It seems like Harbaugh's clutch is weakening a bit. Who's going to take the NFC? I have no idea.

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Good stuff :thmup:

But the SeaHawks have no chance

I don't know about that. Anytime, you have a mobile QB anything is possible oldunclemark look at CK & the 49ers right now. Is it any easy road?  No. Is it an impossible feat no? HC Mike Holmgren took the Seahawks to the SB in 2005 at Ford Field in Detroit. QB Russell Wilson is agile & that defense of the Pacific Northwest is nothing to dismiss or take lightly IMHO.  

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