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Added November 28th, 2012 by Chalk

Super Bowl XLVII Odds After Week Twelve

After needing overtime to win for the second straight week, the Houston Texans have fallen from Super Bowl favorite to Super Bowl co-favorite.  The New England Patriots share the co-favorite title after another blowout win, while the San Francisco 49ers remain the favorite to represent the NFC in the Big Game. While the 49ers seemingly can win no matter who’s at quarterback, the next-best bet in the NFC is now the ten-win Atlanta Falcons.

Here are your current Super Bowl XLVII odds for all 32 NFL teams:

  • T1. Houston Texans +450 to win the Super Bowl, +225 to win the AFC (Last Week: 1): 10-1 after a second straight long OT win, this time at Detroit on Thanksgiving
  • T1. New England Patriots (T2) +450, +225: 8-3 after a blowout road win over the Jets on Turkey Day

 
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Added November 21st, 2012 by Chalk

Super Bowl XLVII Odds After Week Eleven

Despite needing almost all of overtime to beat the pathetic Jacksonville Jaguars at home on Sunday, the Houston Texans continue to be the favorites to win it all. There’s now a tie at the next best bet as the Denver Broncos have risen up to tie the New England Patriots and Denver Broncos.  After an impressive Monday night win over the Chicago Bears in a battle of understudy quarterbacks, the San Francisco 49ers are back as the favorites to represent the NFC in the Big Game.

Here are your current Super Bowl XLVII odds for all 32 NFL teams:

  • 1. Houston Texans +500 to win the Super Bowl, +225 to win the AFC (Last Week: 1): 9-1 after surviving a home OT scare from the feisty Jaguars
  • T2. Denver Broncos (3) +550, +250: 7-3 after sweeping their season series with the Chargers with a 30-23 home win

 
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Added November 19th, 2012 by Chalk

Alex Smith Out For MNF Vs. Bears: 49ers QB Still Concussed

ESPN’s Chris Mortenson is reporting that San Francisco 49ers quarterback Alex Smith won’t play Monday night against the Chicago Bears.  The matchup of first place teams will also be a backup QB duel as Chicago’s Jay Cutler is also out, meaning the Bears will send out veteran Jason Campbell against SF’s inexperienced backup Colin Kaepernick.

Both Smith and Cutler were concussed and knocked out of games last week, Smith in a tie at home to the St. Louis Rams and Cutler in a home loss to the Houston Texans.

According to Mort, Smith took most of the first team reps at practice this week, but “was unable to get clearance from a neurologist” to play on Monday Night. Smith had been awfully good in his last two MNF starts. In wins over the Cardinals last month and the Steelers last December, Smith went a combined 36 of 50 (72.0%) with four touchdown passes and a 123.7 QB rating.

 
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Added November 15th, 2012 by Chalk

Super Bowl XLVII Odds After Week Ten

The AFC is definitely going to win the Super Bowl this year. At least that’s what oddsmakers seem to think after Week 10 of the NFL regular season, as the Houston Texans continue to be the favorites to win it all, closely followed by conference rivals the New England Patriots and Denver Broncos. Who’ll represent the NFC? After tying the lowly St. Louis Rams, the San Francisco 49ers are now co-favorites to win the NFC with the Green Bay Packers.

Here are your current Super Bowl XLVII odds for all 32 NFL teams:

  • 1. Houston Texans +475 to win the Super Bowl, +220 to win the AFC (Last Week: 1): 8-1 after a 13-6 road win over the Bears on Sunday night
  • 2. New England Patriots (2) +600, +275: 6-3 after a 37-31 hard-fought home win over the Bills

 
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Added November 7th, 2012 by Chalk

Super Bowl XLVII Odds After Week Nine The NFL regular season is now more than half over, and the oddsmakers still see the Houston Texans as the favorites to win the Super Bowl.

 
Added November 6th, 2012 by Chalk

Thursday Night NFL: Colts @ Jaguars Andrew Luck and the Indianapolis Colts are off to a surprising 5-3 start, and will look to keep the good times rolling on Thursday night.

 
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