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LVH sports book posts 2015 Super Bowl odds

January 15, 2014 9:33 AM by J. Fortenbaugh

Denver Broncos Knowshon Moreno With the conference championship games scheduled to kick-off in five days, the LVH sports book in Las Vegas decided to get a head start on the 2014 season by releasing their 2015 Super Bowl odds on Tuesday. League powerhouses the Seattle Seah, Denver and San Francisco – to nobody’s surprise – top the board at 6/1 and 7/1, respectively, while recent doormats the Oakland Raiders and Jacksonville Jaguars bring up the rear at 100/1.

These numbers will encounter a variety of adjustments over the next year, with free agency and the draft playing integral roles during that process.

But an early look at the board has us intrigued by Carolina (20/1), Philadelphia (25/1), Indianapolis (25/1) and St. Louis (30/1).

At first glance, which options jump off the board at you?

2015 SUPER BOWL ODDS

Denver Broncos: 6/1

Seattle Seahawks: 6/1

San Francisco 49ers: 7/1

New England Patriots: 12/1

Green Bay Packers: 15/1

New Orleans Saints: 15/1

Atlanta Falcons: 18/1

Cincinnati Bengals: 18/1

Carolina Panthers: 20/1

Arizona Cardinals: 25/1

Chicago Bears: 25/1

Indianapolis Colts: 25/1

Kansas City Chiefs: 25/1

Philadelphia Eagles: 25/1

Baltimore Ravens: 30/1

Dallas Cowboys: 30/1

Detroit Lions: 30/1

Houston Texans: 30/1

New York Giants: 30/1

Pittsburgh Steelers: 30/1

San Diego Chargers: 30/1

St. Louis Rams: 30/1

Washington Redskins: 30/1

Miami Dolphins: 40/1

Tampa Bay Buccaneers: 40/1

Tennessee Titans: 40/1

Buffalo Bills: 60/1

Cleveland Browns: 60/1

Minnesota Vikings: 60/1

New York Jets: 60/1

Jacksonville Jaguars: 100/1

Oakland Raiders: 100/1 

Joe Fortenbaugh, worked as an NFL Agent from 2003-2006 at JB Sports, Inc. Follow Joe on Twitter @joefortenbaugh, and check out his website at NationalFootballPost.com. You can reach him at JoeFortenbaugh@GamingToday.com.

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