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Updated Super Bowl Odds After NFL's Divisional Weekend
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If you didn't enjoy this weekend in the National Football League, you simply need to rethink your outlook on sports. It was one of the greatest weekends of football I have ever witnessed. 

Four teams remain with championship games to be played in the AFC and NFC next Sunday. If we see a repeat of the drama that took place over the last weekend, you can bet some fans in New England, Baltimore, San Francisco and Atlanta will have paper bags around to breathe in. 

Colin Kaepernick dazzled onlookers against the Green Bay Packers as the San Francisco 49ers tore apart Aaron Rodgers and company. 

Joe Flacco outplayed Peyton Manning and led the Baltimore Ravens to a second consecutive AFC Championship Game appearance. 

Meanwhile, all hell broke loose at the Georgia Dome as Matt Ryan proved his worth in overcoming a ridiculous comeback effort by Russell Wilson and the Seattle Seahawks. 

And Tom Brady showed everyone why the New England Patriots are the best team in the AFC and should make a return trip to the Super Bowl. 

Yes, now it is time to breathe and take a step back. 

As I have done over the last few weeks, today's article is going to give you the most recent Super Bowl odds from Vegas. Once again, the site I will reference is BetVega. 

So, let's take a gander. 

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