Found May 25, 2013 on STLSportsMinute:
The city of St. Louis is absolutely buzzing about the chances of the St. Louis Rams improving upon the team's promising 2012. Some in the city are expecting the Rams not only to make the playoffs, but possibly to move on even further. Unfortunately, Bovada and some of the other best online casinos and sports betting websites do not feel as strongly about the Rams' chances in 2013. Bovada currently gives the Rams 60-1 odds at winning the Super Bowl in 2013 and they have the Rams over/under for victories in 2013 at just seven, matching the number of wins the team posted in 2012. Meanwhile, some of the Rams' division rivals in the NFC West, which will likely be the strongest division in football in 2013, are being given much better chances by line-makers. The San Francisco 49ers are at 6-1, the best odds in the league, and have an over/under of 11.5 wins in 2013. The Seattle Seahawks are also viewed very favorably by gambling and gaming experts. The Seahawks are 17-2 and...
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