2017 Super Bowl odds futures… Current 2017 futures odds for Super Bowl LI are posted. Super Bowl LI (51) will be played at NRG Stadium in Houston, Texas, February 5, 2017… Read about Super Bowl 51 odds favorites and longshots below.
Super Bowl LI Favorites
Current favorites to win Super Bowl LI (51) include the New England Patriots at +$800 (8 to 1), the Carolina Panthers at +$900 (9 to 1), the Pittsburgh Steelers at +$950 (19 to 2), and the Green Bay Packers & Seattle Seahawks at +$1,000 (10 to 1).
Other front runners include the Denver Broncos at +$1,300 (13 to 1), the Arizona Cardinals at +$1,400 (14 to 1), and the Cincinnati Bengals & Dallas Cowboys at +$1,800 (18 to 1).
Super Bowl Longshots
Current longshots include the San Francisco 49ers at +$7,500 (75 to 1), and the Cleveland Browns at +$20,000 (200 to 1).
If you want to bet on the Super Bowl, $100 risked can result in a juicy payoff if you pick the winning team far in advance. And yes, 2016 – 2017 Super Bowl future odds can be wagered on after the season has started… Of course the odds to win Super Bowl LI will change throughout the season so return often for alphabetized updated Super Bowl odds for the 2016 – 2017 season for each & every NFL team.
Recent Super Bowl Betting Odds Summaries:
In Super Bowl XLIX (49) in Arizona, the New England Patriots led by Tom Brady topped the Seattle Seahawks led by Russell Wilson in a thriller for the ages culminating with Malcolm Butler’s heroic interception. When Super Bowl betting on the 2014 – 2015 season began, the New England Patriots’ Super Bowl odds opened at +$1,500 or 15 to 1.
In Super Bowl XLVIII (48) in New Jersey, the Seattle Seahawks led by Russell Wilson destroyed the Denver Broncos led by Peyton Manning. When betting on the 2013 – 2014 season began, the Seattle Seahawks’ Super Bowl odds opened at +$1,200 or 12 to 1.
In Super Bowl XLVII (47) in New Orleans, the Baltimore Ravens led by Joe Flacco defeated the San Francisco 49ers led by Colin Kaepernick in the battle of teams coached by brothers John Harbaugh and Jim Harbaugh; earning the game various nicknames including The Harbaugh Bowl and The Harbowl. When betting on the 2012 – 2013 season began, the Baltimore Ravens’ Super Bowl odds opened at +$1,200 or 12 to 1.
In Super Bowl XLVI (46) in Indianapolis, the New York Giants led by Eli Manning defeated Tom Brady’ New England Patriots… When betting on the 2011 – 2012 season began, the New York Giants’ Super Bowl odds opened at +$1,500 or 15 to 1.
In Super Bowl XLV (45) in Dallas, the Green Bay Packers led by Aaron Rodgers (Super Bowl MVP) defeated the Pittsburgh Steelers… When betting on the 2010 – 2011 season began, Super Bowl odds on the Green Bay Packers opened at +$1,200 or 12 to 1.
In Super Bowl XLIV (44) in Miami, the New Orleans Saints led by Drew Brees (Super Bowl MVP) defeated the Indianapolis Colts led by Peyton Manning… When wagering on the 2009 – 2010 season began, Super bowl betting odds on the New Orleans Saints opened at +$2,500 or 25 to 1… Very sweet odds to win the Super Bowl indeed!
In Super Bowl XLIII (43) in Tampa,, Ben Roethlisberger and Santonio Holmes lead the Pittsburgh Steelers to victory in dramatic fashion over the Arizona Cardinals lead by Kurt Warner and Larry Fitzgerald… The Steelers opened at +$1,800 or 18 to 1 to win the Super Bowl. In other words, wagering $1,000 on the Steelers to bring home the championship paid $18,000. Not a bad wager, eh?
You can bet on Super Bowl LI to be played at NRG Stadium, Houston, Texas, February 5, 2017 if it’s legal for you to do so.
So, which team do you like to win Super Bowl LI
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