2015 Super Bowl Betting Odds - Who's Favored To Win Super Bowl 49?

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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. We talk about odds and preview the divisions all season long in our blog plus other interesting topics.

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.

2015 Super Bowl Betting Odds - Updated 8/11/2014

After four weeks of the 2014 regular season not much has changed amongst the top-2 favorites to win Super Bowl XLIX as the Seattle Seahawks (+400) lead the Denver Broncos (+450) at many online sportsbooks including Bovada. Not much surprise since Seattle beat Denver in the Super Bowl last year and beat Denver again in overtime in Week 3. But there has been some shakeup following them and new contenders are beginning to rise.

The Cincinnati Bengals check in as the third favored team boasting 9/1 (+900) odds. They are just one of two unbeaten teams left after four weeks however both of those unbeatens have already had their bye week in Week 4. If the Bengals are going to move to 4-0 they are going to have to go through Foxboro on Sunday Night Football versus the New England Patriots (16/1, +1600).

The AFC West checks in again on this list with the San Diego Chargers (10/1, +1000) who are running at full speed following their Week 1 loss on Monday Night Football. At 3-1, the Chargers have already beat Seattle and now turn their attention to the New York Jets. Going beyond that they will likely not be tested until weeks 7 + 8 when they play the Kansas City Chiefs (50/1, +5000) and Denver Broncos in back-to-back weeks.

The full list of teams odds to win the Super Bowl is shown below. Simply click the team you want to bet and you'll go to Bovada where you will be able to make the wager for real!