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The Green Bay Packers are the chalk. The Jacksonville Jaguars are the long-shots. The betting windows are now open. Here are the recent odds by bovada.lv for teams to win the Super Bowl:

6-1: Green Bay
13-2: New England
10-1: San Francisco
12-1: Houston, Philadelphia
16-1: Pittsburgh, Chicago, Denver
18-1: New Orleans, New York Giants, Baltimore, Dallas

(Hit this link to see all odds)

I purposely cut off the post at 18:1. I really don’t think any team has a chance beyond that point. For me, I’m going with the Patriots this year. Just call it a hunch. I love the Pats at 13:2. Not even considering San Fran, Houston, Pitt, Denver  or the Giants to repeat.

Who you picking?

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