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NFL’s Mid Season Odds

At the midway point of the NFL season, analysts at FootballBettingCenter.com believe the odds still favor a Super Bowl rematch; Peyton Manning winning another MVP Award; Rex Ryan, Mike Smith and Gus Bradley on the unemployment line; DeMarco Murray joining the 2,000 yard club; and the Oakland Raiders earning the NFL Draft’s top pick.

 

Here are the odds posted by FootballBettingCenter.com regarding what the experts expect for the rest of the 2014-15 NFL season:

 

Odds of Winning the Super Bowl (pre-season odds in parens)

Denver – 11/4            (6/1)

Seattle – 9/1                (13/2)

Green Bay – 10/1         (10/1)

Dallas – 10/1               (50/1)

New England – 12/1   (7/1)

Indianapolis – 15/1     (20/1)

San Francisco – 15/1   (15/2)

San Diego – 17/1        (33/1)

Philadelphia – 18/1     (20/1)

Detroit – 18/1              (33/1)

Arizona – 20/1            (40/1)

Baltimore – 22/1         (40/1)

 

Odds of Reaching the Super Bowl

AFC                                        NFC

Denver 1/1                              Dallas 4/1

New England: 5/1                   Seattle 4/1

Indianapolis: 13/2                   Green Bay 5/1

Cincinnati: 12/1                       Arizona 6/1

San Diego: 12/1                      San Francisco 7/1

NY Giants 40/1

 

Odd of Making the Playoffs

Miami:  3/1

Buffalo: 4/1

Houston: 8/1

Chicago: 8/1

NY Giants: 10/1

Cleveland: 10/1

 

 

 

 

 

Odd of Winning the Division

NFC EAST:                Cowboys (1/2)             Eagles (3/2)

NFC NORTH:            Lions (2/1)                   Packers (5/2)               Bears (12/1)

NFC SOUTH:             Saints (1/2)                  Panthers (3/2)

NFC WEST:               Cardinals (11/10)        49ers (3/1)                   Seahawks (3/2)

AFC NORTH:            Cinci (11/10)               Balt (2/1)   Pitt (3/1)    Cleve (10/1)

AFC WEST:               Broncos (1/8)              Chargers (4/1)

AFC SOUTH:             Colts (1/20)                 Houston (5/1)

 

Odds of Winning the NFL MVP Award (pre-season odds in parens)

Peyton Manning – 2/1             (7/2)

DeMarco Murray – 3/1           (250/1)

Andrew Luck – 6/1                 (12/1)

Aaron Rodgers – 6/1               (5/1)

Russell Wilson 9/1                  (20/1)

Philip Rivers – 10/1                 (40/1)

JJ Watt – 12/1                         (250/1)

FIELD – 5/1                           NA

 

Odds of Winning the NFL Defensive Player of the Year Award

JJ Watt – 3/10

Kyle Williams – 12/5

Von Miller – 11/4

DeAndre Levy – 15/2

Luke Kuechly – 25/2

 

Odds of DeMarco Murray:

Breaking single season rushing record (2,105 yards) – 5/1

Rushing for 2,000 yards this season – 15/4

Rushing for 100 yards in all 16 regular season games – 13/2

 

Odds of Coaches Being Fired before the end of the season?

Rex Ryan – 3/2

Mike Smith – 2/1

Gus Bradley – 2/1

Jeff Fisher – 4/1

Joe Philbin – 7/1

 

Odd where Jim Harbaugh will be coaching in 2015-16

SF 49ers – 2/1

Oakland Raiders – 4/1

Univ. Michigan – 8/1

Nowhere – 8/1

Another College Team – 16/1

 

Odds of starting the most games at QB for the Redskins from weeks 9-17

Robert Griffith III – 1/2

Colt McCoy – 9/1

Kirk Cousins  – 17/2

 

Odds of Roger Goodell being the Commissioner in 2015-16: 1/3

Odds of the Raiders going 0-16:  18/1

Odds of Jadeveon Clowney playing a two consecutive games without being injured:  1/5

Over/Under of Coaches fired at the end of the 2014 NFL Season:  6

 

Odds of getting the #1 Overall NFL Draft Pick

Oakland – 2/1

Jacksonville – 9/4

Tampa Bay Buccaneers – 15/4

NY Jets – 4/1

Washington Redskins – 13/2

Tennessee Titans – 13/2

Atlanta Falcons – 13/2

 

Odds of Being the #1 NFL Draft Pick in 2015

Marcus Mariotta – Oregon – 2/1

Leonard Williams – USC – 7/2

Jameis Winston – Fla. St – 11/2

Cedric Ogbuehi – Texas A&M – 15/1

Amari Cooper – Alabama – 15/1

 

Odds of both a college and professional team from the following states winning both NCAA Championship and NFL Championship:

Arizona – 20/1

Texas – 25/1

Michigan – 50/1

California – 100/1

Indiana – 100/1

Ohio – 100/1

Florida – 250/1

 

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