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NFL playoffs: Cowboys and Patriots still favorite for the Super Bowl

A few days before the start of the divisional playoffs, odds are still favoring the Dallas Cowboys and the New England Patriots to meet at the Super Bowl.

NFL playoffs: Cowboys and Patriots still favorite for the Super Bowl This weekend is the start of the NFL divisional playoff games and we will take a look at the updated future odds on the eight football teams left in the chase for the Super Bowl title. At the online sportsbook Bodog Sports, the most likely teams at the 2008 Super Bowl game remains the matchup between the Dallas Cowboys and the New England Patriots. The Cowboys are the ultimate favorite to win the NFC Championship with odds sitting at 4/5 and the Patriots are listed with betting odds 4/9 to win the AFC title. The New England Patriots, however, remain the undisputed favorite to win the 2008 Super Bowl with odds 2/3 at the bookmaker.

 The Green Bay Packers are the second most likely team to win the NFC title, entering the divisional playoffs, the odds on the Packers to become the NFC Champion are posted at 37/20. The Seattle Seahawks come third with odds on winning the division at 6/1 and the New York Giants are now the underdog with odds 34/5. The odds on winning the Super Bowl have the Giants at 20/1 and the Seattle Seahawks are the underdog with odds 25/1. By the Super Bowl future odds, however, the Indianapolis Colts still edge the Green Bay Packers. The odds on the Colts to win the Super Bowl are sitting at 5/1, compared with the Packers 6/1. The Colt are 3/1 to win the AFC Championship, followed by the Jacksonville Jaguars at 7/1 and the San Diego Chargers with underdog odds 8/1. Click here to visit Bodog and see all odds on the playoffs.

 Published on 01/08/2008

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