Wednesday, March 13, 2013

Odds On Who Will Win Next Year's Superbowl

With the regular season not yet underway, next year’s Superbowl may seem to be a long way away, but it is never too soon to make a few speculative bets on your favorite teams while the betting odds are still attractive. However, if you are hoping to win some really useful money, it could pay to chose some of the less popular teams where the odds are very long, and even if you bet just a small amount of money on a carefully chosen selection of teams, you stand a good chance of beating the bookmakers.

Most people are betting on the usual favorites: the New England Patriots at 7/1; the San Francisco 49ers at 8/1, the Denver Broncos at 17/2 and the Green Bay Packers at around 10/1. Although those odds are fairly reasonable, with teams such as Baltimore Ravens you can find odds as long as 23/1, and if you are willing to speculate on the tenth favorites which are the Chicago Bears you can find odds as high as 48/1. Those long odds will rapidly shorten should the teams begin to perform well in the early weeks of the regular season, so now is the time to make the best of the situation.

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Kenneth said...

Falcons will do great again next year!

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