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The early odds for the Super Bowl seem to be favoring not only a Patriots appearance, but a Patriots victory. Of course, Vegas isn’t always on-target with these predictions (see Packers, Saints), but they also wouldn’t be making these predictions with the hope of losing money. The following odds come to you courtesy of online gambling site Bovada (Twitter: @BovadaLV):
Odds to Win the Super Bowl
New England Patriots 6/5
San Francisco 49ers 3/1
New York Giants 3/1
Baltimore Ravens 6/1
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