Obviously, the four remaining teams in Super Bowl odds, the Steelers, Ravens, Eagles and Cardinals would have been good wagers early in the year.
Super Bowl odds on the Baltimore Ravens were as high as 60 or 70-1 before the season began. Now the Super Bowl odds are about 4-1 on the Ravens. The Arizona Cardinals were longshots in Super Bowl odds. The Cardinals were about 50-1 before the season began. Arizona is now less than 10-1 in Super Bowl odds. The two current Super Bowl betting favorites, the Pittsburgh Steelers and Philadelphia Eagles were both about 20-1 before the season began. Now they are less than 3-1.
We know that these four teams are who we should have bet in Super Bowl odds but who should we not have bet? The New England Patriots and New York Giants were last year’s Super Bowl participants and both had low 2009 Super Bowl odds. A lot of people bet on these two teams and all of those bets were losers. Three other teams got a lot of attention in 2009 Super Bowl odds. The Indianapolis Colts, Dallas Cowboys and San Diego Chargers were all less than 10-1 in Super Bowl odds before the season began. All of those wagers were losers.
You will learn as you bet future odds that rarely is the favorite a good bet. For example, the Patriots were about 3-1 or 4-1 in Super Bowl odds before the season began. For your Super Bowl betting wager to pay off the Patriots would have to win the Super Bowl. That is a lot of time to have money tied up at odds of only 3-1 or 4-1 in Super Bowl betting. The NFL has shown that it is a parity driven league and anything can happen. You are much better off taking a few longshots in Super Bowl odds. At least this way if your team makes it to the title game you can get a decent return for your money.
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