Super Bowl 50 Odds for Outright MarketsPublished September 3, 2015 by Sol FH
Place an outright bet at your favorite online sportsbook for a chance at a serious payday and the best Super Bowl odds.
This is a special NFL season, which will be capped off with the 50th edition of the Super Bowl. This year’s championship will be the most-watched game in Super Bowl history, it will have the most expensive TV commercial spots at $5 million for 30 seconds, and it will most definitely feature two teams playing for the prestige of winning the NFL’s biggest game.
We are still in the preseason, with the regular season beginning on September 10. This is the prime time for punters to make an outright bet on the team(s) they think will win the Super Bowl this year. The odds are huge at this early point, because it is a long shot for any team to win the game, but this makes way for the potential of a massive mayday.
Top Rated Teams and Odds Comparison: bet365, Winner Sports and William Hill
The Seahawks have been to the Super Bowl twice in the last two years, destroyed the Broncos to win in 2013, and lost to Tom “Deflate Gate” Brady and the Patriots on a last minute play last year. The team is much the same, but they have a new secret weapon in Tight End Jimmy Graham, acquired in March. All three Sportsbooks agree on 5.00 for a Seahawks Super Bowl win.
Green Bay Packers
The pack is back and ready to win yet another Super Bowl title. Aaron Rodgers, arguably the best Quarter Back in the NFL is determined to improve on his stats from last year: 38 TD’s and 5 Interceptions, and lead the Pack to the Super Bowl. If things go their way, the Packers will be a serious threat for the championship. Again, the bookies agree at 7.00 for an outright win.
New England Patriots
With so much in the media right now about Pats’ golden boy, Tom Brady and the “Deflate Gate” story, people have forgotten that they could easily win their second Super Bowl in a row, and their fifth championship in ten years. Depending greatly on whether or not Brady is suspended, (looks doubtful according to the judge) the Patriots have their strongest team yet and they could be the best bet for the SB. Bet365 – 10.00, William Hill – 9.00, Winner Sports – 8.50.
When Andrew Luck is on it is like, “who’s this Peyton Manning guy?” True, he is not even close to the former Colts super star, but he is on track to becoming one of the best offensive players in the AFC South. With an injury to Texans RB Arian Foster, the Colts should go 6-0 in their division and make the post season with ease. Bet365 – 10.00, William Hill – 11.00, Winner Sports – 10.00.
It might be the last hurray for Peyton Manning at the helm of any NFL team and he obviously wants yet another ring to add to his collection. Last year was another incredible season for the MVP QB, but they are relying on a number of young players and if Manning gets hurt, who is Brock Osweiler? Bet365 13.00, William Hill – 15.00, Winner Sports – 12.00.
The Cowboys, Cardinals and Ravens are all also Super Bowl hopefuls and feature odds as big as 26.00 (Will Hill for Ravens) for an outright win. It could be a long shot but with Adrian Peterson back for the Vikings, and odds at 41.00 (bet365), 51.00 (Will Hill and Winner), shouldn’t you put the money down for Minnesota?