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September 24, 2014 at 1:00 PM

Seahawks once again Bovada favorites to win the Super Bowl

Last week, Seattle and Denver were co-favorites from Bovada to win the Super Bowl, each listed at 9-2. But after Seattle’s win over the Broncos Sunday, the Seahawks are now the favorites, listed at 15-4, while Denver has fallen to 5-1.

Here are the rest of the odds to win the Super Bowl — the first number being the odds last week and the second number the odds this week — as well as some other prop bet numbers for this week:

Week 2 Odds Current Odds

Seattle Seahawks 9/2 15/4

Denver Broncos 9/2 5/1

Cincinnati Bengals 16/1 10/1

New England Patriots 8/1 10/1

Philadelphia Eagles 12/1 10/1

San Diego Chargers 20/1 14/1

New Orleans Saints 20/1 16/1

San Francisco 49ers 11/1 16/1

Chicago Bears 33/1 22/1

Detroit Lions 40/1 22/1

Green Bay Packers 12/1 22/1

Arizona Cardinals 33/1 25/1

Atlanta Falcons 50/1 33/1

Indianapolis Colts 40/1 33/1

Baltimore Ravens 40/1 40/1

Carolina Panthers 20/1 40/1

Pittsburgh Steelers 50/1 40/1

Dallas Cowboys 66/1 50/1

Houston Texans 40/1 66/1

Buffalo Bills 66/1 75/1

Miami Dolphins 66/1 75/1

New York Giants 150/1 75/1

Washington Redskins 66/1 75/1

New York Jets 100/1 100/1

Cleveland Browns 100/1 150/1

Kansas City Chiefs 200/1 150/1

Minnesota Vikings 100/1 200/1

St. Louis Rams 200/1 300/1

Tennessee Titans 200/1 300/1

Tampa Bay Buccaneers 200/1 500/1

Jacksonville Jaguars 500/1 1000/1

Oakland Raiders 500/1 1000/1

Conference Odds

Odds to win the 2015 AFC Conference

Denver Broncos 2/1

New England Patriots 15/4

Cincinnati Bengals 4/1

San Diego Chargers 13/2

Indianapolis Colts 14/1

Baltimore Ravens 16/1

Pittsburgh Steelers 16/1

Houston Texans 33/1

Buffalo Bills 40/1

Miami Dolphins 40/1

New York Jets 50/1

Cleveland Browns 66/1

Kansas City Chiefs 66/1

Tennessee Titans 100/1

Jacksonville Jaguars 500/1

Oakland Raiders 500/1

Odds to win the 2015 NFC Conference

Seattle Seahawks 2/1

Philadelphia Eagles 6/1

New Orleans Saints 17/2

San Francisco 49ers 17/2

Arizona Cardinals 11/1

Chicago Bears 12/1

Detroit Lions 12/1

Green Bay Packers 12/1

Atlanta Falcons 18/1

Carolina Panthers 20/1

Dallas Cowboys 28/1

New York Giants 40/1

Washington Redskins 40/1

Minnesota Vikings 75/1

St. Louis Rams 150/1

Tampa Bay Buccaneers 200/1

Divisional Odds

Odds to Win the 2014 NFC East

Philadelphia Eagles 1/3

Dallas Cowboys 11/2

Washington Redskins 8/1

New York Giants 9/1

Odds to Win the 2014 NFC North

Detroit Lions 8/5

Green Bay Packers 9/5

Chicago Bears 2/1

Minnesota Vikings 25/1

Odds to Win the 2014 NFC South

New Orleans Saints 1/1

Atlanta Falcons 2/1

Carolina Panthers 11/4

Tampa Bay Buccaneers 50/1

Odds to Win the 2014 NFC West

Seattle Seahawks 1/2

Arizona Cardinals 7/2

San Francisco 49ers 7/2

St. Louis Rams 75/1

Odds to Win the 2014 AFC East

New England Patriots 1/3

Buffalo Bills 7/1

Miami Dolphins 7/1

New York Jets 10/1

Odds to Win the 2014 AFC North

Cincinnati Bengals 1/2

Baltimore Ravens 15/4

Pittsburgh Steelers 15/4

Cleveland Browns 20/1

Odds to Win the 2014 AFC South

Indianapolis Colts 4/7

Houston Texans 9/5

Tennessee Titans 9/1

Jacksonville Jaguars 75/1

Odds to Win the 2014 AFC West

Denver Broncos 1/4

San Diego Chargers 3/1

Kansas City Chiefs 16/1

Oakland Raiders 100/1

Coach/Player Props

WEEK 4 SPECIAL – Will the Broncos and Seahawks meet in the Super Bowl?

Yes +600 (6/1)

No -1000 (1/10)

WEEK 4 SPECIAL – Will any team score more than 56 points in a game in the 2014 Regular Season? (Note: The Falcons scored 56 points last week, the last time a team scored more than 56 points was 59 by New England in Week 11 of the 2012 Season)

Yes +700 (7/1)

No -1500 (1/15)

WEEK 4 SPECIAL – 2nd half spread Eagles vs 49ers (Note: The Eagles are leading in the second half 68-26 and the 49ers are trailing in the second half 52-3)

Philadelphia Eagles +2½

San Francisco 49ers -2½

WEEK 4 SPECIAL – Will the Eagles be trailing by 10 or more at half and come back to win Week 4? (Note: This has happened all three weeks thus far in 2014)

Yes 20/1

Who will be the 1st coach fired?

Dennis Allen 3/2

Joe Philbin 3/1

Gus Bradley 7/1

Jason Garrett 10/1

Jim Harbaugh 10/1

Rex Ryan 12/1

Doug Marrone 15/1

Jeff Fisher 15/1

Ken Whisenhunt 15/1

Lovie Smith 20/1

Tom Coughlin 25/1

WEEK 4 SPECIAL – Total Passing Yards – Blake Bortles Week 4

Over/Under 250½

WEEK 4 SPECIAL – Total TD Passes – Blake Bortles Week 4

Over/Under 1½ (+120, 6/5)

Over/Under 1½ (-150, 2/3)

WEEK 4 SPECIAL – Total Interceptions – Blake Bortles Week 4

Over ½ (-250, 2/5)

Under ½ (+200, 2/1)

WEEK 4 SPECIAL – Total Passing Yards – Teddy Bridgewater Week 4

Over/Under 220½

WEEK 4 SPECIAL – Total TD Passes – Teddy Bridgewater Week 4

Over 1½ (+160, 8/5)

Under 1½ (-200, 1/2)

WEEK 4 SPECIAL – Total Interceptions – Teddy Bridgewater Week 4

Over ½ (-250, 2/5)

Under ½ (+200, 2/1)

WEEK 4 SPECIAL – Total Rushing Yards – Frank Gore Week 4

Over/Under 55½

WEEK 4 SPECIAL – Total Rushing Attempts – Frank Gore Week 4

Over/Under 13½

WEEK 4 SPECIAL – Will Antonio Brown break the 21 consecutive game record of 5 Receptions or more? (Note: Jimmy Smith has the record with 21 consecutive games…Brown is currently at 19)

Yes -200 (1/2)

No +150 (3/2)

WEEK 4 SPECIAL – Will any QB catch a TD Pass in the remainder of the 2014 Regular Season?

Yes +600 (6/1)

No -1000 (1/10)

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