Updated Super Bowl Odds After NFL's Conference Championship Games

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Updated Super Bowl Odds After NFL's Conference Championship Games
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Then there were two. The San Francisco 49ers punched the first ticket to Super Bowl XLVII with a comeback win against the Atlanta Falcons at the Georgia Dome.

Meanwhile, the Joe Flacco and the Baltimore Ravens took down a favored New England Patriots team Sunday night to set up the "Harbowl."

We can envision the storylines here. Two brothers going up against one another for a shot at the Lombardi Trophy. Two parents torn between which team to root for. A future Hall of Fame linebacker playing what will be his final NFL game.

Yes, the NFL never gets boring.

For his part, Colin Kaepernick leads the 49ers to New Orleans with just nine career starts under his belt. He does so after taking over for Alex Smith midseason. He does after winning on the road in a hostile environment, down by 17 points early.

Flacco, on the other hand, finally led his club past Tom Brady and the Patriots after everyone and their mother didn't give him much of a chance to do so.

In order to avoid rambling, let's just get to the point of today's article. I am going to focus on the Super Bowl odds for each of the remaining two teams left in the race.

Again, I will be using BetVega as my source here.

Remember, these are not my odds.

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