Check out the most up to date odds for the Super Bowl, provided by Bovada:
Odds to win the 2014 Super Bowl XLVIII (Teams in red have longer odds from last week, teams in blue have shorter odds, and teams in black stayed the same)
Quarterback Name/Playing Style
Career Passing Yards Per Game
Career Touchdown-Interception Ratio
Career Completion Percentage
Average Passer Rating
|Christian Ponder (Dual-Threat)||Three NFL Seasons||183.1 in 2013, 178.8 career||38-34||60.2%||77.3||2,255 yards, 62.0% completion, and 16 touchdowns per season at Florida State University.|
|Matt Cassel (Primarily Passing)||Nine NFL Seasons||200.8 in 2013, 206.26 from 2008-2013||93-66||59.0%||80.5||48 career yards, 60.6% completion and zero touchdowns per season at University of Southern California.|
|Teddy Bridgewater (Primarily Passing)||Zero NFL Seasons||251.71 lifetime at University of Louisville||72-24||68.0%||154.7||251.71 yards per game, 68.0% completion, and 24 touchdowns per season at University of Louisville.|
The Seattle Seahawks are the favorite to win the Super Bowl at this point and the Broncos took a little slide from last week and are behind them. The Broncos did take a little slip on Thursday against the San Diego Chargers, so that might be reason for that little dip.
Interesting that the Baltimore Ravens have the same odds as the Indianapolis Colts, but they are still hoping to get into the playoffs with that 6th spot. Might as well give the Ravens the same odds as the Cincinnati Bengals. The Bengals seem to be in a little slide right now also.
The Green Bay Packers were 50/1 odds and now are listed as 25/1 odds. I am guessing that they think Aaron Rodgers will be on the field soon. They won’t be winning a Super Bowl with Matt Flynn throwing the football.
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