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January 22, 2013 2:30 AM by GT Staff
NFL SUPER BOWL 48 (XLVIII)
c-o LVH 1-21
SUNDAY, FEB. 2, 2014
at METLIFE STADIUM – EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ
NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS
6-1
SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS
8-1
DENVER BRONCOS
8-1
GREEN BAY PACKERS
10-1
SEATTLE SEAHAWKS
12-1
HOUSTON TEXANS
10-1
ATLANTA FALCONS
16-1
PITTSBURGH STEELERS
14-1
NEW ORLEANS SAINTS
16-1
BALTIMORE RAVENS
14-1
NEW YORK GIANTS
20-1
WASHINGTON REDSKINS
30-1
CHICAGO BEARS
30-1
CINCINNATI BENGALS
30-1
DALLAS COWBOYS
30-1
SAN DIEGO CHARGERS
40-1
DETROIT LIONS
40-1
MINNESOTA VIKINGS
40-1
INDIANAPOLIS COLTS
40-1
CAROLINA PANTHERS
50-1
NEW YORK JETS 
50-1
PHILADELPHIA EAGLES
40-1
MIAMI DOLPHINS
50-1
ST. LOUIS RAMS
50-1
TAMPA BAY BUCS
50-1
CLEVELAND BROWNS
50-1
KANSAS CITY CHIEFS
50-1
TENNESSEE TITANS
100-1
BUFFALO BILLS
100-1
ARIZONA CARDINALS
100-1
OAKLAND RAIDERS
150-1
JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS
150-1
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