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Super Bowl Odds Updated After First Round



    Super Bowl Odds Updated After First Round
    Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll, left, celebrates with quarterback Russell Wilson after the NFL Super Bowl XLVIII football game Sunday, Feb. 2, 2014, in East Rutherford, N.J. The Seahawks won 43-8. (AP Photo/Julio Cortez)

    With the Divisional Round of the NFL playoffs set for this weekend, there are eight teams remaining with hopes of standing alone as the Super Bowl champion in Arizona in a few weeks.

    The Dallas Cowboys head to Green Bay this weekend as an underdog, but with decent odds at the Vegas sportsbooks, listed as 7/1 odds to win the Super Bowl.

    The favorite, unsurprisingly, is the defending champion Seattle Seahawks, who will look to be the first team to repeat since the early-2000s Patriots, who won three in four years. The Seahawks are listed as 2/1 favorites to win the Super Bowl on Feb. 1.

    Tom Brady and his Patriots are the second favorite at 10/3 odds to win the big game, and the Packers are third-favorites at 11/2 with the Cowboys coming to town this weekend.

    Peyton Manning and the Broncos host Indianapolis this weekend as 6/1 favorites, just ahead of the Cowboys, while the Colts are at 16/1 odds and the postseason-tested Ravens are a great value at 18/1 with a chance to knock off the Patriots in Foxboro this weekened.

    The Panthers have the longest odds to win the title, which isn't surprising considering they finished the season below .500 but managed to win the putrid NFC South. They're at 28/1 odds to win the title with a trip to Seattle facing them this weekend.