Found May 18, 2012 on Know Your Dallas Cowboys: The Blog:

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The Cowboys have 20/1 odds to win the Super Bowl next season. Wikipedia)

Offseason personnel moves seem to have helped the Cowboys as far as their odds for winning Super Bowl XLVII. Odds-makers have the Cowboys as 20/1 favorites to win it all in 2012. That ranks about 11th among the NFL teams.

The Packers are the favorites at this point at 13/2, while the Patriots are at 8/1.

Here is a list:

Green Bay – 13/2

New England – 8/1

San Francisco 49ers – 10/1

Denver Broncos - 12/1

Houston Texans - 12/1

Philadelphia Eagles - 14/1

Baltimore Ravens - 16/1

New Orleans Saints - 16/1

New York Giants - 16/1

Chicago Bears - 20/1

Dallas Cowboys - 20/1

Pittsburgh Steelers - 20/1


Dallas is already an underdog for week 1 according to, which currently lists the Cowboys as a 3.5-point underdog when Dallas faces the New York Giants on September 1.

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