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Sun Feb 3, 2013, 09:04 PM

Broncos open as 2014 Super Bowl favorites in Las Vegas

Before the 49ers and Ravens even stepped on the field for Sunday’s Super Bowl, the Denver Broncos already led the list of favorites for next season.

The Broncos opened as 5-1 favorites Sunday to win the 2014 Super Bowl in New Jersey (the final game of the 2013 season) at the MGM Race and Sports book in Las Vegas. The book has the 49ers as co-favorites with Denver at 5-1.

The Patriots and Packers follow at 7-1. And bringing up the rear as the longest long shots: the Chiefs are 150-1 and the Jaguars 200-1.

The MGM odds:

BRONCOS 5-1
San Francisco 5-1
New England 7-1
Green Bay 7-1
Seattle 10-1
Houston 10-1
Baltimore 10-1

Atlanta 12-1
Pittsburgh 15-1
New Orleans 15-1

Dallas 20-1
Indianapolis 20-1
N.Y. Giants 20-1
Chicago 20-1

Washington 25-1
Philadelphia 25-1
Cincinnati 25-1
Minnesota 25-1

Carolina 30-1
Detroit 30-1
N.Y. Jets 30-1
San Diego 30-1

Miami 50-1
Tampa Bay 50-1
Buffalo 75-1
Tennessee 75-1

Oakland 100-1
Arizona 100-1
Cleveland 100-1
St. Louis 100-1

Kansas City 150-1
Jacksonville 200-1

http://blogs.denverpost.com/broncos/2013/02/03/broncos-open-2014-super-bowl-favorites-las-vegas/18392/


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Sun Feb 3, 2013, 11:00 PM

1. All I know is that the Ravens sure made the Donkos look good.

What if?

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Response to El Supremo (Reply #1)

Sun Feb 3, 2013, 11:07 PM

2. What if Manning and the Donks had beaten the Ravens??

Pretty boy, Tom Brady, would have been hoisting the Lombardi Trophy.

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