SUPER BOWL FUTURES ODDS 2009
By Ryan Patterson
I am from Cincinnati, and we have a saying around here for our
local NFL team. Who dey think gonna to beat them Bengals?! Well
unfortunately, just about everybody in the past couple of years. I
think my fellow Cincinnatians may have some hope this year. Marvin
Lewis drafted Linebacker Keith Rivers in the first round to help
his defense which is desperate to stop the run. With Chad Johnson no
longer creating problems things may be coming together for the
Bengals. Their odds would lead you to believe otherwise. The
Cincinnati Bengals have been tabbed at 60-1 to win their first Super
Bowl in franchise history. I am a realistic guy, and with teams like
the Indianapolis Colts, and New England Patriots in the AFC, itís a
long shot that my Bengals will even make it to the Superbowl. But
hey, at 60-1 why wouldnít I throw a few bucks on them, and make
watching all the better? You never know what might happen! Future
wagers are one of the best in gambling. Lets take a look at some of
the best wagers to win the Super Bowl in 2009.
New York Giants (15-1)- The reigning champs arenít
getting much respect early on. The loss of Michael Strahan to
retirement should take a toll on the defense. On the plus side, this
bunch proved they were road warriors last year and should continue
to be successful when traveling. First round draft pick Kenny
Phillips should help them on the defense in his position as Safety.
Why not at 15-1?
Green Bay Packers (25-1)- Packers fans are hoping to
see new Quarterback Aaron Rodgers perform the Lambeau Leap with the
same swagger as the legendary Brett Favre, but perhaps a bit more
often. Joking aside, this will probably be a down year for the
Packers. Rodgers should need a season to get used to the NFL.
However this might not be true, lets not forget Ben Rothlesburger.
New England Patriots (7-2)- Sorry to all the New
England fans out there, but I was happy to see this group go down in
last yearís Super Bowl. Donít take it personal, I always cheer for
the underdog. With the likes of Tom Brady, Wes Welker, and Randy
Moss on the offense they should be a powerhouse yet again. Despite
this, I am going to need better odds than 7-2.
Indianapolis Colts (7-1)- With Peyton Manning and
Marvin Harrison on the offense, these guys are always deadly. They
are one of the most prolific combinations in the history of the NFL.
If the defense has beefed up, I wouldnít be surprised to see these
guys end up in the Super Bowl for the second time in three years.
Dallas Cowboys (6-1)- I wonder if Cowboys fans are
still mad at Jessica Simpson? This is a new year, and with it comes
another chance to return to the Super Bowl for this historic NFL
franchise. Tony Romo will be all the more seasoned and ready to
lead. Terrell Owens will be hungrier then ever to finally get that
elusive ring. I can see this team getting it done at odds of 6-1
No matter who you like, the future wager is very beneficial. It
provides some of the best odds you will ever receive. Stay tuned to
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