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Perhaps the most popular wager made on the NFL today is when fan bet on the winner of the upcoming Super Bowl. This type of wager is known as a "futures" wager and Super Bowl betting lines are available just about year-round - they can even be formed the moment the previous Super Bowl goes final.
Often times, Super Bowl future odds are the only available wager on the NFL during the offseason, and remains relatively constant. However, betting on a team's odds to win the Super Bowl can also be made during the season but know that the odds will shift week to week based on NFL teams' past performances.
Here at NFLSeasonSchedules.com, we have the latest Super Bowl betting odds for the upcoming or current seasons available for you to review and place a wager on. The early Super Bowl line is usually provided by Bovada and only consists of future odds for about 50 weeks of the year - the only exception is the two weeks leading up to the big game when online betting sites typically release hundreds of Super Bowl props and alternate betting lines for the game.
Week 1 of the 2014 NFL Preseason is in the books, as players got their first taste of game competition with three more matchups to go throughout training camp. That's right, the regular season is almost here and all 32 teams have the same goal!
The Seattle Seahawks are the defending champions, and 2015 Super Bowl betting odds have them right back in contention for repeating that title. The Seahawks are tops in the NFC, going off at 7/1 according to Bovada Sportsbook. That is second only to the team that they dominated in Super Bowl 48. With Peyton Manning leading the Denver Broncos, they are pegged as the team to beat. It's very close between Denver and Seattle though, with the Broncos getting the slight edge at 13/2.
The Broncos and Seahawks aren't in a league of their own when it comes to Super Bowl XLIX betting lines. There are several other teams right behind Seattle + Denver, and, of course, then there are those teams receiving favorable payouts that just might surprise everyone.
The New England Patriots and the San Francisco 49ers are the two teams closest to the top favorites. Both are set with an equal payout of 15/2. In fact, four of the top-six favorites come from the NFC, with Green Bay and Chicago out of the NFC North in the next slots. The emergence of Seattle and San Francisco over the course of the last several seasons has shifted the balance of power slightly when it comes to the preseason betting odds.
Expect these payouts to change each week throughout the season beginning with Week 1. The betting lines will likely be stable during the preseason, with the chance to get higher payouts for the majority of teams.