Super Bowl Odds

If someone had told you at the beginning of the season (like Peter King did) that the Steelers and Packers would square off in Super Bowl XLV, would you have been that surprised? If they'd told you these two clubs would make it out of their respective conferences in the postseason, you probably wouldn't have been shocked. Fantastic matchup. The Steelers and Packers are very similar teams. Both have a superstar quarterback. Both have an offensive line that, lately, is playing better than the sum of its parts. Both have an explosive receiving corps. And both are 3-4 defenses predicated on confusion and aggressive blitz packages. [...] Continue reading → | , , , ,
The previews are done and the predictions have been made. Here is an overview of all the 2009 projections. The Super Bowl forecast is found at the bottom. The explanation behind these picks can be found in the individual team preview reports (click your team's icon along the top). NFC EAST 1. Philadelphia Eagles [...] Continue reading → | , , , ,
Can you believe that the Chicago Bears odds to win Super Bowl XLIV are only 20/1? But of course the Dallas Cowboys odds are 14/1. Crazy right? I mean the Bears have an easier division plus they have a solid offensive line, quarterback, tight end and running back. The NFL just loves Dallas so much. Something about the NFL Betting system is fishy. Here’s the list of Super Bowl futures for all 32 NFL [...] Continue reading → | , , ,
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