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2015 NFL Super Bowl Betting Odds Update – Week 15

2015 NFL Super Bowl Betting Odds Update – Week 15

Fourteen weeks down, three to go. The NFL regular season is quickly winding down as teams still in contention continue to jockey for those precious postseason places. With the playoffs looming, let’s take a look at the current odds for these prospective Super Bowl contenders and what the end of the season holds for each one of them.

Get ready for upcoming slate of NFL games with our complete Week 15 picks and predictions.

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Super Bowl XLIX Futures Odds as of Week 15

Favorites – Packers, Patriots, Seahawks, Broncos

The usual suspects are currently heading up this year’s Super Bowl odds. The Green Bay Packers top the list at +260 to win. At 10-3, the Packers are still in contention to clinch homefield advantage throughout the NFC playoffs. They have two more road games against the Bills and Bucs before a Week 17 showdown with the Detroit Lions at Lambeau Field.

[sc:NFL240banner ]The reigning NFC and Super Bowl champion Seattle Seahawks aren’t too far behind the Pack at +450 to defend their crown. The Seahawks can also still claim the NFC West title if they run the table in their final three games, all of which are against their division rivals.

In the AFC, the New England Patriots are sitting pretty at +350 to win their first Super Bowl in over a decade. They are in pole position to win the No. 1 seed and homefield advantage, which would suit the Pats just fine. New England is on a 15-game home winning streak.

Finally, the Denver Broncos round out the list of highly-favored Super Bowl contenders. Peyton Manning’s crew is +575 to win the big one. The Broncos have tricky road games left against San Diego and Cincinnati – two teams looking that still need to win to seal their playoff places.

High Value – Pittsburgh Steelers

The Steelers currently occupy one of the two AFC wild-card places, but they’re priced at only +3,000 to win it all. Running back Le’Veon Bell is finishing the season strong to add another dimension to their outstanding passing game led by Super Bowl-winning quarterback Ben Roethlisberger. They finish out their season with tough home games against the Chiefs and Bengals.

Long Shot – Atlanta Falcons

If the season ended today, the 5-8 Atlanta Falcons would be a playoff team as NFC South champions. But the Falcons still have three more games to play, one of which will be at New Orleans for a potential division-deciding game against the Saints. If they do indeed make the playoffs, they’re not expected to make too much noise. They’re priced at +6,000 to win the Super Bowl.

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