2011 Super Bowl odds

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Now that the 2010 NFL draft has concluded, bookmakers have begun updating their odds on every team’s chances of winning next February’s Super Bowl.

Below is the complete list of 2011 Super Bowl odds, courtesy of Bodog.com. You’ll also notice at the bottom some interesting prop bets Bodog is currently running.

Three key movements that have taken place in recent weeks include the Pittsburgh Steelers going from 11-1 to 18-1 since the Ben Roethlisberger suspension, the Washington Redskins going from 50-1 to 28-1 since the Donovan McNabb trade and the New York Jets going from 25-1 to 12-1 due to a busy and productive offseason.

The Miami Dolphins at 30-1, the New York Jets at 12-1 and the Green Bay Packers at 14-1 all look very enticing.

2011 Super Bowl Odds

Indianapolis Colts 8/1
New Orleans Saints 9/1
San Diego Chargers 10/1
New England Patriots 10/1
Dallas Cowboys 11/1
New York Jets 12/1
Green Bay Packers 14/1
Minnesota Vikings 14/1
Pittsburgh Steelers 18/1
Philadelphia Eagles 18/1
Baltimore Ravens 18/1
New York Giants 25/1
Atlanta Falcons 25/1
Houston Texans 28/1
Washington Redskins 28/1
Tennessee Titans 28/1
Carolina Panthers 30/1
Miami Dolphins 30/1
San Francisco 49ers 30/1
Cincinnati Bengals 30/1
Chicago Bears 35/1
Seattle Seahawks 40/1
Arizona Cardinals 40/1
Denver Broncos 50/1
Jacksonville Jaguars 70/1
Cleveland Browns 80/1
Detroit Lions 80/1
Oakland Raiders 80/1
Buffalo Bills 100/1
Kansas City Chiefs 100/1
St. Louis Rams 100/1
Tampa Bay Buccaneers 100/1

2010 NFL Prop Bets

Will Tim Tebow play at least 1 offensive down in Week 1?

Yes: -150

No: +120

How many receiving yards will Dez Bryant have in 2010?

Over/Under: 600

Which player will have more sacks?

Ndamukong Suh: -200

Gerald McCoy: +160

I’ll take YES on Tebow, OVER on Bryant and MCCOY in sacks.

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