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Update 2014 Super Bowl odds: Seattle Seahawks favored heading into final weekend


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Cred: Joe Nicholson-USA TODAY Sports

As we head into the final Sunday of the 2013 NFL regular season, it’s time to take a look at the updated 2014 Super Bowl odds.

Seattle (NFC) and Denver (AFC) own the best records in the league at 12-3 each. The Seahawks are currently the favorite to win it all with 13/5 odds, while the Broncos are just behind at 3/1.

San Francisco, who represented the NFC in last year’s Super Bowl, has slightly longer 13/2 odds than divisional rival Seattle.

Carolina and New England both have 10/1 odds. The Panthers beat the Patriots earlier in the season; however, the game ended in controversial fashion.

The Pittsburgh Steelers, who need a ton of outside help to make the playoffs, are currently the longest shot at 150/1.

Following are odds for all 18 teams still in the hunt for the playoffs, courtesy of Bovada.

  • Seattle Seahawks – 13/5
  • Denver Broncos – 3/1
  • San Francisco 49ers – 13/2
  • Carolina Panthers – 10/1
  • New England Patriots – 10/1
  • Cincinnati Bengals – 16/1
  • Philadelphia Eagles – 18/1
  • New Orleans Saints – 20/1
  • Kansas City Chiefs – 25/1
  • Green Bay Packers – 28/1
  • Indianapolis Colts – 28/1
  • Chicago Bears – 50/1
  • Miami Dolphins – 66/1
  • Arizona Cardinals – 75/1
  • Baltimore Ravens – 75/1
  • Dallas Cowboys – 100/1
  • San Diego Chargers – 100/1
  • Pittsburgh Steelers – 150/1

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