Super Bowl Odds 2013: Latest Vegas Odds for Each Remaining Team to Win It All

Alex KayCorrespondent IJanuary 16, 2013

FOXBORO, MA - DECEMBER 16:  Quarterback Tom Brady #12 of the New England Patriots looks on from the pocket against the San Francisco 49ers at Gillette Stadium on December 16, 2012 in Foxboro, Massachusetts.  (Photo by Jared Wickerham/Getty Images)
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The Super Bowl is just around the corner, and we finally get to see the respective conference championships taking place this Sunday—with the winners squaring off in the “Big Game” come February 3.

If you aren’t interested in this weekend’s action, or are looking for more with only two games on, there’s always the option of placing down a future bet on one of the four remaining teams winning it all.

Let’s take a look at the latest odds (via for the final four and discuss each one’s realistic chances of cashing a ticket.


New England Patriots: 11/10

The Pats are the favorite and projected by many insiders, analysts and general NFL fans to win it all for good reason.

They simply have the right personnel, plenty of experience, a collectively brilliant coaching staff and the intangibles of a championship organization.

If the Ravens fall on Sunday, New England would return to the Super Bowl for the second straight year, and third time in the last six.

However, they haven’t been able to win one since 2004, and it’s certainly grating on Tom Brady and Bill Belichick—the two stalwarts from the title teams of 2001, 2003 and 2004.

We expect they’ll finally hoist up another one, regardless of the NFC opposition, if they can defeat this pesky Baltimore squad.

Predicted Chance to Win: 50 percent


San Francisco 49ers: 19/10

While the Niners seem to be firing on all cylinders right now, it’s worth noting that this parade of media praise stems from victory over an awful Green Bay Packers defense.

Colin Kaepernick is still an inexperienced first-year starter, the defense struggles against big backs—like Atlanta’s Michael Turner—and coach Jim Harbaugh may have given away his best plays this past weekend when he returned to the pistol offense.

We’re just not sold on the Niners even making the Super Bowl, and think they only have a chance against John Harbaugh’s Ravens if they get there.

Predicted Chance to Win: 20 percent


Atlanta Falcons: 6/1

The Falcons showed some spark when they opened their divisional round matchup with a scoring flurry against the Seattle Seahawks.

However, things soon went south for the Dirty Birds and the team needed a last-minute drive by Matt Ryan and clutch field goal by Matt Bryant to snatch victory away from their opponent.

There’s just no way a group with this porous a defense and inconsistent an offense is going to raise a Lombardi Trophy in February.

Predicted Chance to Win: 20 percent


Baltimore Ravens: 15/2

We are afraid the Ravens' luck has run out with their thrilling double overtime victory over the No. 1 seeded Broncos, but as they’ve proved, anything is possible.

Ray Lewis' retirement tour is likely going to come to a stop at Gillette Stadium in a rematch of last year’s AFC Championship battle.

It’s been a nice story, but unless Baltimore is the recipient of some divine intervention and some higher power decides they are destined to win it all, the most skilled team—the Pats—are going to win on Sunday.

Predicted Chance to Win: 10 percent