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    Post Draft Super Bowl Odds (05/05/15)

    By John Ewing Director of Research and Analytics @johnewing
    2015 Super Bowl Odds – Post NFL Draft. Odds courtesy of

    The NFL Draft provides an opportunity for each team to improve. With the draft in the books, which franchises maximized their picks? Here's a look at the updated 2016 Super Bowl odds.

    The Seattle Seahawks are still the early Super Bowl favorites (11/2). Last year's runner-up has one of the worst rookie draft classes in the league but the Seahawks were No. 1 in our Power Rankings before the draft and remain the best team in football.

    The Packers (7/1), Patriots (15/2), Colts (8/1) and Cowboys (10/1) round out the top five.

    The Bills and Jets have seen their odds improve the most. Buffalo has gone from 66/1 to 33/1 while New York's odds have moved from 100/1 to 40/1. Neither team had a stellar draft and both rank as middle of the road squads.

    There isn't a lot of faith in the first quarterbacks off the board. Tampa Bay drafted Jameis Winston with the top overall pick and the Buccaneers Super Bowl odds (100/1) remain the same. Tennessee took Marcus Mariota, the best quarterback in the draft, and the Titans now have the worst odds (200/1) to win the Super Bowl.

    2015 Super Bowl Odds

    Team Post Super Bowl Post NFL Draft
    Seattle Seahawks 5/1 11/2
    Green Bay Packers 8/1 7/1
    New England Patriots 7/1 15/2
    Indianapolis Colts 14/1 8/1
    Dallas Cowboys 14/1 10/1
    Denver Broncos 10/1 14/1
    Philadelphia Eagles 20/1 18/1
    Arizona Cardinals 33/1 20/1
    Baltimore Ravens 33/1 25/1
    New York Giants 40/1 25/1
    Pittsburgh Steelers 25/1 25/1
    Buffalo Bills 66/1 33/1
    Cincinnati Bengals 40/1 33/1
    Detroit Lions 33/1 33/1
    San Francisco 49ers 20/1 33/1
    St. Louis Rams 40/1 33/1
    Atlanta Falcons 40/1 40/1
    Carolina Panthers 40/1 40/1
    Kansas City Chiefs 40/1 40/1
    Miami Dolphins 40/1 40/1
    New Orleans Saints 22/1 40/1
    New York Jets 100/1 40/1
    Chicago Bears 40/1 50/1
    Houston Texans 40/1 50/1
    Minnesota Vikings 40/1 50/1
    San Diego Chargers 40/1 50/1
    Cleveland Browns 66/1 75/1
    Oakland Raiders 200/1 75/1
    Tampa Bay Buccaneers 100/1 100/1
    Washington Redskins 100/1 100/1
    Jacksonville Jaguars 200/1 200/1
    Tennessee Titans 100/1 200/1

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