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Added January 11th, 2012 by Chalk

Super Bowl XLVI Odds After Wild Card Weekend

After Wild Card Weekend, only eight teams are still in the running to win Super Bowl XLVI. The defending champions Green Bay Packers are still the favorites to return to the big game and win it all, but their odds got slightly longer based on the strong showing of the New Orleans Saints. The New England Patriots remain the favorites to win the AFC, and saw their odds get better with the Pittsburgh Steelers eliminated.

The darkest horse of the remaining eight teams: Tim Tebow and the Denver Broncos, although the Houston Texans aren’t far behind.

Here are your current Super Bowl XLVI odds for all eight remaining playoff teams:

  • 1. Green Bay Packers +190 to win Super Bowl XLVI, -110 to win NFC – 15-1 and the NFC’s No. 1 seed; host the Giants in the late Sunday game. Last Week:  1
  • 2. New England Patriots +275 to win Super Bowl XLVI, +150 to win AFC – 13-3 and the AFC’s No. 1 seed; host Tim Tebow and the Broncos on Saturday night. Last Week: 2
  • 3. New Orleans Saints +350, +210 – 14-3, NFC No. 3; after a 45-28 win over the Lions last week they visit the 49ers in the early game on Saturday. Last Week: 3
  • 4. Baltimore Ravens +700, +200 – 12-4, AFC No. 2; host the Texans in the early Sunday game. Last Week: 4
  • 5. San Francisco 49ers +1300, +650 – 13-3, NFC No. 2; host the Saints on Saturday. Last Week: 6
  • 6. New York Giants +1400, +800 – 10-7, NFC No. 4; after a 24-2 win over the Falcons, they visit the Packers on Sunday. Last Week: 7
  • 7. Houston Texans +3000, +900 – 11-6, AFC No. 3; beat the Bengals 31-10 to earn a date Sunday with the Ravens. Last Week: 9
  • 8. Denver Broncos +3500, +1600 – 9-8, AFC No. 4; after a 29-23 overtime win over the Steelers, they visit the Patriots on Saturday night. Last Week: 11

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