Super Bowl XLVI: Packers-Patriots?

That's the early line coming from one sportsbook. That and more — for entertainment purposes only, of course.

The Green Bay Packers and New England Patriots are the co-favorites to win Super Bowl XLVI, according to Bodog.com.

Green Bay and New England are 7-1, with Pittsburgh next at 11-1. In the NFC North, Chicago is 25-1 and Detroit and Minnesota are 35-1.

Odds to win Super Bowl XLVI

Green Bay Packers: 7/1

New England Patriots: 7/1

Pittsburgh Steelers: 11/1

San Diego Chargers 12/1

Baltimore Ravens: 14/1

New York Jets: 14/1

New Orleans Saints: 16/1

Indianapolis Colts: 16/1

Atlanta Falcons: 16/1

Philadelphia Eagles: 16/1

Dallas Cowboys: 16/1

New York Giants: 18/1

Chicago Bears: 25/1

Tampa Bay Buccaneers: 30/1

Minnesota Vikings: 35/1

Detroit Lions: 35/1

Houston Texans: 35/1

Kansas City Chiefs: 35/1

Oakland Raiders: 40/1

San Francisco 49ers: 40/1

St. Louis Rams: 40/1

Miami Dolphins: 50/1

Tennessee Titans: 50/1

Washington Redskins: 50/1

Cincinnati Bengals: 60/1

Denver Broncos: 60/1

Cleveland Browns: 65/1

Jacksonville Jaguars: 65/1

Arizona Cardinals: 75/1

Seattle Seahawks: 80/1

Buffalo Bills: 100/1

Carolina Panthers: 100/1

 

Odds to win the 2011 NFL AP Offensive Rookie of the Year

Cam Newton: 5/1

Julio Jones: 11/2  

A.J. Green: 13/2  

Mark Ingram: 15/2  

Mikel LeShoure:12/1  

Shane Vereen: 14/1  

Stevan Ridley: 14/1  

Titus Young: 14/1  

Andy Dalton: 15/1  

Daniel Thomas: 15/1  

Jake Locker: 16/1

Torrey Smith: 16/1  

Christian Ponder: 18/1  

Ryan Williams: 18/1  

Randall Cobb: 20/1  

Jonathan Baldwin: 20/1  

Blaine Gabbert: 22/1  

Kyle Rudolph: 25/1  

Leonard Hankerson: 25/1  

 

Odds to win the 2011 NFL AP Defensive Rookie of the Year

Patrick Peterson: 6/1

Von Miller: 13/2  

Nick Fairley: 13/2  

Marcel Dareus: 15/2  

Jimmy Smith:10/1  

Prince Amukamara: 10/1  

Aldon Smith: 12/1  

Bruce Carter: 14/1  

JJ Watt: 15/1  

Adrian Clayborn: 15/1  

Cameron Jordan: 15/1

Robert Quinn:15/1  

Ryan Kerrigan: 15/1  

Cameron Heyward: 16/1  

Aaron Williams:18/1  

Corey Liuget: 18/1  

Da'Quan Bowers: 18/1  

Marvin Austin:18/1  

Muhammad Wilkerson: 18/1  

Phil Taylor: 25/1  

Jabaal Sheard: 25/1  

 

Who will be the starting QB for Carolina Game 1 of the 2011 Regular Season?

Cam Newton: 2/5

Jimmy Clausen: 5/2

Other QB: 11/2  

 

Who will be the starting QB for Cincinnati Game 1 of the 2011 Regular Season?

Andy Dalton: 3/2

Carson Palmer: 11/2  

Other QB: 2/3

 

Who will be the starting QB for Minnesota Game 1 of the 2011 Regular Season?

Christian Ponder: 2/1

Donovan McNabb: 4/1

Joe Webb: 7/1

Tarvaris Jackson: 10/1  

Other QB: 6/5

 

Who will be the starting QB for Tennessee Game 1 of the 2011 Regular Season?  

Jake Locker: 3/2

Other QB: 1/2

 

Julio Jones - Total Receiving Yards in the 2011 Regular Season?  

Over/Under: 675

 

A.J. Green - Total Receiving Yards in the 2011 Regular Season?

Over/Under: 650

 

Who will record more interceptions in the 2011 Regular Season?  

Prince Amukamara: EVEN  

Patrick Peterson: -130  

 


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