If you love betting on NFL odds, then it doesn’t matter whether you’re an avid gridiron gambler or a more casual betting enthusiast – gathering as much betting information as possible on the upcoming season is always a great idea and one that can never take place too soon.With that thought in mind, this analysis on the top favorites to potentially cash in on their value-packed 2015 Super Bowl Futures Odds could go a long way toward helping you nail this always, fun-filled, season-long futures odds wager.The following expert views and analysis on each of the top favorites to win Super Bowl 50 in February of 2016 will give you the insight you’ll need in order to make the most out of your wagers on one of more of these Super Bowl favorites.Okay, let’s get started at the top…
Seattle Seahawks +600Forget about Seattle’s heartbreaking (and boneheaded) Super Bowl 49 loss to New England, the Seahawks are built to win long-term and they solidified the fact that they would remain so with a productive offseason that included re-signing Marshawn Lynch and acquiring Pro Bowl tight end Jimmy Graham from New Orleans. A +600 return is a great bet for a Seahawks team I believe could win it all in 2015.
New England Patriots +650Love ‘em or loathe ‘em, one thing you’ve got to do is respect the legacy that Tom Brady and Bill Belichick have built in New England. While I personally believe the Pats will not win Super Bowl 50 this coming season, they’re still undoubtedly worth a wager – and a solid contender to reach the AFC title game at the very least.
Green Bay Packers +700Of all the Super Bowl title contenders on this list, I believe the Green Bay Packers may have the best odds of any team on the board. I really liked Green Bay to challenge for NFC supremacy lat season and I believe they will do so again in 2015. I mean let’s be real…the Packers are in pretty much every game they play thanks to the gifted Aaron Rodgers.
Keeping track of #Packers free agency: http://t.co/iB80TTPuOS pic.twitter.com/qluV3bcbVp— Green Bay Packers (@packers) April 1, 2015