Super Bowl bets so soon? It could pay big to look ahead.

September 9th, 2010

The NFL season is underway, and you want to reap some big cash benefits from the action.  Making future bets on the season’s events is smart, but how do you go about it?  Do you think about strength of seasons past and go with teams like the Cowboys, Patriots or Colts?  Or, do you start assembling your sights on teams that look good to win their divisions and get into the playoffs?  It’s a gamble.  Pun(t) intended.  Let’s examine three teams, which just might be worthy of placing future bets on to win the Super Bowl.

1.   Cincinnati Bengals:  Before losing to the Jets in the first round of playoff action last season, the Bengals went 10-6.  Take a look at the prospects of this division for the season, and note that the Steelers will be lagging and the Browns will be a no-contest.  The predictions are saying it’s going to be the Ravens vs. the Bengals grinding it out.  The Bengals have made strong off-season developments, which should create improvements for 2010.  The recent odds were 28-1 to win the Super Bowl, which is rather enticing for a team that made last year’s playoffs.

2.   Atlanta Falcons:  The Falcons will control the Saints for the NFC South.  Injuries waylaid this offensive dynamo last season with M. Turner and M. Ryan on the down list.  The Falcons are going to fly high this season with a fresh QB/Head Coach outlook that could take them to the Super Bowl in Dallas.  Current odds on the Falcons to win the Super Bowl are 25-1.  That’s a juicy investment.

3.    San Francisco 49ers:  It’s a good chance the 49ers will take the NFC West this year.  This division is looking so poor this season that the 49ers just might find their playoff action at home after they take down the Rams, Cardinals and Seahawks.  A big long-shot to win the Super Bowl at 30-1 odds, but think of it – that’s some tasty winnings.

That’s the run down on future bets for this season’s Super Bowl.  Sometimes taking the risk will make for a huge payout.  Good Luck!

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