The 2009 Super Bowl may be over, but that does not stop bettors from thinking ahead to 2010. That's right you can already get the 2009-10 opening betting odds to win the 2009 Superbowl for betting on next year's Super Bowl Champion. Now may be a great time to start getting a look at the early 2010 Superbowl odds. You can even start predicting and even start betting on how some of the teams will perform next year by finding some good value plays. As always, it would be safe move to not make any wagers on the biggest payout odds that lie with the Detroit Lions considering they did not win a single game last year and there is no way they have what it takes to make a turnaround so big to make it to the Super Bowl. The 2010 Super Bowl gives 9/1 odds for the recent 2009 Superbowl Champions the Pittsburgh Steelers. Strangely enough the Dallas Cowboys are getting the exact same odds despite not winning a playoff game in a decade and missing the post season in 2009.
There are a ton of teams that are receiving high odds that bettors could make a killing on if they were to be correct. However, those teams have had extremely poor seasons and there does not look like enough change for the future for teams like Kansas City, Cleveland, and St. Louis. The good thing about making a bet this early for 2010 is the high payouts. Even if you were to place 100 on the New England Patriots you would win almost a grand not to mention New England will be getting star QB Tom Brady back as they attempt to return to the undefeated season form as they were in 2007.
There are many different ways to look at these early odds. One is to simply pick out the best bet and lay your money on the line. More risky gamblers may try and pick out a breakout team for next year to place a wager with the possibility of a high payout as well. Now is the time to try and pick out teams that could have a breakout year and which teams will have the overall best shot to at least make a Super Bowl appearance. One thing is sure that there will be a wide open race with teams like Baltimore, Pittsburgh and New England from the AFC. While the NFC has no clear favorite for next year, there are a cast of teams with legitimate opportunities.
Here are some teams with good value odds to consider and some advice on who to stay away from when looking through the odds to win the Superbowl next year (2009-10) .
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NFC Teams to consider & their respective odds to win the Superbowl:
Dallas Cowboys (16/1 odds) - I am sure the vast majority of the people are sick of hearing the Cowboy hype as they consistently tumble in the latter part of the year. However, Dallas is making huge strides to return to Championship form and they are so close to being there. The Cowboys have spent a lot of money loading the offensive side of the ball with franchise players, but it is the defense that wins games late in the season and that is one reason they have not won a playoff game since 1997. The Cowboys should return another strong offense while Coach Wade Phillips has already started focusing hard on the defense. If the big D can stand for defense next year, then the Cowboys will have a good shot.
Atlanta Falcons (25/1 odds) - The Atlanta Falcons are getting very reasonable payout opportunities among teams to have a real good chance to breakout next year. The Falcons had a good season this year while making the playoffs in QB Matt Ryan rookie season. Atlanta is a young team in general, but have some veterans at key positions. The Falcons are a team that will be poised to make a late season surge similar to the Arizona Cardinals did last season as long as QB Matt Ryan continues to grow into the superb quarterback he appears to be.
NFC Teams to stay away from and their odds to win the Superbowl…
Arizona Cardinals (28/1 odds) - I know many of us was pulling for Kurt Warner to pull off one of the big underdog roles of all-time, but it was not to be. Unfortunately, the Cardinals are going to have to work hard just to keep the potent offense together with Warner becoming a free agent and concerns about Anquan Boldin wanting out. However there still is a chance they stay together, but the problem will be the defense. Given they played well at the end of last year, this group is still not good enough to be a championship caliber team and I believe the Cardinals will be an averagely good NFC team next season.
AFC Teams to watch for & their Superbowl odds for 2009-10…
New England Patriots (19/4 odds) - How can you count out the Patriots with Tom Brady returning behind center? Remember this team was playing well at the end of this season despite missing the playoffs. With all the weapons on offense still in tact, the Patriots will be again favorites out of the AFC. New England passing offense has proved time and time again that they are nearly unstoppable to defend even in cases last season without Brady. If everyone can stay healthy, the most favored team could be a very likeable pick.
Pittsburgh Steelers (9/1 odds) - You will not hear me claiming the repeat talk, but Pittsburgh will definitely have all the players to give them a great shot. The really impressive part of the Steelers team at the end of the year was the play of Ben Roethlisberger and the air attack. If Pittsburgh can have similar success next year on offense, their defense will give them a chance to dominate the entire league. The Pittsburgh defense proved this year that they could win games without any offensive help. Can you imagine if the offensive side of the ball started playing up to the level of the defense?
AFC Teams to stay away from and their 2009-10 superbowl odds
New York Jets (45 to 1) - Remember that time last season when the Jets clearly looked to be the class of the AFC? Then the Jets lost 4 of their last 5 games and did not even make the playoffs. Farve or no Farve the Jets offense looked horrendous towards the end of the season averaging only 12 points per game in their last 4 loses and they simply do not have what it takes to keep it together.
Miami Dolphins (50 to 1) - Chad Pennington and Coach Tony Sparano may have mad huge strives in turning the program around from the 1 win season they had back in 2007 to winning the AFC East this year. The Dolphins may have had 11 wins, but they failed time and time again against the top teams in the AFC. Unless something big changes, their roller coaster ride from last year will continue.
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