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Added October 11th, 2012 by Chalk

Super Bowl XLVII Odds After Week Five

For the third straight week, oddsmakers foresee a Houston Texans-San Francisco 49ers Super Bowl matchup, with the undefeated Texans still the favorites to win the title. The Niners, who’ve crushed their last two opponents and are now tied for first place with the Cardinals getting their first loss last week, remain a slight favorite to win the NFC.

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

  • 1. Houston Texans +400 to win the Super Bowl, +200 to win the AFC (Last Week: 1): 5-0 after Monday night’s road win over the Jets
  • 2. San Francisco 49ers +500 to win the Super Bowl, +225 to win the NFC (2): 4-1 after winning their last two games by a combined 79-3
  • 3. New England Patriots +550, +250 (3): 3-2 after a fairly easy home win over Peyton Manning and the Broncos
  • 4. Atlanta Falcons +700, +325 (4): 5-0 after rallying for a road win over the Redskins
  • 5. Baltimore Ravens +900, +400 (5): 4-1 after winning an ugly kicker’s duel in Kansas City
  • 6. Chicago Bears +1200, +650 (7): 4-1 after a road rout of the lowly Jaguars
  • 7. Green Bay Packers +1500, +700 (6): 2-3 after another shocking loss, this time at the Colts
  • 8. New York Giants +1800, +900 (11): 3-2 after a 41-27 home win over the pathetic Browns
  • 9. Pittsburgh Steelers +2000, +1000 (12): 2-2 after edging Michael Vick and the Eagles at home
  • 10. Denver Broncos +2500, +1200 (9): 2-3 after losing on the road at the Patriots
  • T11. Philadelphia Eagles +2800, +1200 (8): 3-2 after a close road loss to their cross-state rivals
  • T11. San Diego Chargers +2800, +1200 (10): 3-2 after falling on the road to the Saints on Sunday Night Football
  • T13. Dallas Cowboys +4000, +1800 (14): 2-2 and in third place after their bye
  • T13. Minnesota Vikings +4000, +1800 (16): 4-1 after a 23-point home win over the crappy Titans
  • 15. New Orleans Saints +4000, +2200 (22): 1-4 and finally in the win column after beating the Chargers at home on Sunday night
  • 16. Arizona Cardinals +5000, +2500 (13): 4-1 after getting upset on the road in St. Louis on Thursday Night Football
  • 17. Seattle Seahawks +5000, +2800 (17): 3-2 after a mildly impressive road win over Cam Newton and the crappy Panthers
  • 18. Cincinnati Bengals +7500, +3300 (15): 3-2 after losing at home to the mediocre Dolphins
  • 19. Detroit Lions +10000, +4000  (T19): 1-3 and hopefully regrouping after their bye
  • T20. Miami Dolphins +12500, +6000 (29): 2-3 after pulling a road upset in Cincinnati
  • T20. St. Louis Rams +12500, +6000 (T24): 3-2 after a another surprising-ish home win, this time knocking the Cardinals from the ranks of the undefeated on Thursday night
  • 22. New York Jets +15000, +6000 (T19): 2-3 after a tough Monday night home loss to the Texans
  • 23. Washington Redskins +15000, +6600 (18): 2-3 after failing to close out the Falcons at home
  • 24. Indianapolis Colts +15000, +7500 (T24): 2-2 after a shocking home upset of the Packers
  • 25. Buffalo Bills +20000, +7500 (T19): 2-3 after getting clobbered at Candlestick by the Niners
  • T26. Carolina Panthers +25000, +10000 (23): 1-4 after probably regretting those Super Bowl promises after losing at home to the sucky Seahawks
  • T26. Kansas City Chiefs +25000, +10000 (T27): 1-4 after losing a close one at home to the Ravens
  • T26. Tampa Bay Buccaneers +25000, +10000 (T24): 1-3 after their bye
  • 29. Oakland Raiders +25000, +10000 (T27): 1-3 after their bye
  • 30. Tennessee Titans +50000, +20000 (30): 1-4 after getting manhandled in Minnesota
  • 31. Jacksonville Jaguars +75000, +30000 (31): 1-4 after looking very much like a JV squad in a 41-3 home loss to the Bears
  • 32. Cleveland Browns +100000, +40000 (32): 0-5 after not being able to keep up with the Giants in a 41-27 road loss

 
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