Superbowl XLIII Odds Least Likely Possibility: Dolphins at SBG Global

December 1st, 2010 NFL Football

Superbowl XLIII odds makers and fans alike would have laughed you off the street if you would have suggested at the beginning of the this NFL season that the Miami Dolphins would have a legitimate shot at the Super Bowl odds this year

But with just two games left in the season, the Miami Dolphins, last season’s laughing stock and least likely contender, are leading the AFC North and control their own entry into the playoffs. For a team that went 1 and 15 last season to go from that type of ineptitude to contending for a spot in the Superbowl XLIII odds is almost incomprehensible.

Superbowl XLIII odds fans have never, in the history of the NFL, seen a team that has gone from a nearly winless season to the Super Bowl odds so quickly or so impressively. Are the Dolphins the best team in the NFL or a lock for the Superbowl XLIII odds? No; not by a longshot. But are they a legitimate Super Bowl odds contender with just as good a shot at the Superbowl XLIII odds as any other team, most definitely.

In Week 16, the Dolphins will have a chance to make official NFL history, as if their monumental turnaround wasn’t enough. With a win, Miami will not only be one step closer to locking a playoff shot at the Superbowl XLIII odds, but it will become the first team in the history of the league to go from one win to ten in a single season. Some fans and Super Bowl odds bettors might think this team a fluke, or the product of a watered down division. Not true.

It is true that the Dolphins aren’t the most talented roster on the planet (most other Superbowl XLIII odds contenders have much more depth), and this team has plenty of flaws. But no team plays more under control, or commits fewer mistakes than the Dolphins. That type of smart, ball control offense is invaluable come playoff time and will be the key to any shot at the Superbowl XLIII odds.

QB Chad Pennington, despite modest numbers, is playing as well as any QB on any Superbowl XLIII odds contending team. RBs Ronnie Brown and Ricky Williams are a load to take down in the 4th quarter and a menacing combo. The defense is above average and getting better as the Superbowl XLIII odds draw near.

The odds are still against this team reaching the Superbowl XLIII odds game, but then again, the odds have been against the Dolphins all season long.

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