2010 Super Bowl Betting Odds – Early Look: Even in the middle of July there are values to be had in NFL football with the 2010 Superbowl betting odds having been released. The 2010 Superbowl betting odds favorite is the New England Patriots at 4-1 odds. New England is Vegas Sharps pick to win the 2010 Superbowl, and most wiseguys agree with the odds moving down from 6-1 to 4-1. Vegas Sharps predicts that the New York Giants will face the Patriots in Superbowl 44, and NY is listed at 9-1 odds to win the Superbowl. New York seems to have all the ingredients to win the Superbowl, but they will face a challenge from the other strong NFC East teams. From the NFC East the Philadelphia Eagles are listed at 11-1 odds with the Dallas Cowboys right behind them at 12-1 2010 Superbowl Betting Odds at Sportsbook.com.
Last year’s Superbowl champion Pittsburgh Steelers are listed as the second most likely contenders to win the Superbowl at 15-2 odds. With the departure of head coach Tony Dungy, the Indianapolis Colts number has accelerated from 8-1 to 11-1. The super talented but perennially disappointing San Diego Chargers have seen early action with their number dropping from 14-1 to it’s current 12-1. The anticipation of Brett Favre’s arrival in Minnesota has significantly shortened the Vikings odds from 22-1 to it’s current 15-1. The arrival of quarterback Jay Cutler in Chicago has made the biggest impact on 2010 Superbowl Betting Odds however, with the Bears number dropping from 28-1 to 16-1.
Some longshots to consider giving a tickle from the NFC are high-powered New Orleans Saints at 20-1 and last year’s Superbowl reps, the Arizona Cardinals, also at 20-1. Some longshots from the AFC that are worth taking a flier on are the Bill Parcells built Miami Dolphins at 28-1, and the Jeff Fischer coached Tennessee Titans at 16-1.