The Vikings are currently slotted with a 25-1 chance to win the Super Bowl. That's a big improvement from the 38-1 odds they had last February, but it is only good enough to tie them with Green Bay and make them only a slightly better choice than Chicago at 40-1.
With the uncertainty over the return of Kurt Warner and perhaps the belief that their Super Bowl run was a fluke, the Arizona Cardinals are longer shots to win the title than the Vikings at 30-1.
The Steelers aren't getting an over-emphasis of love either. Despite winning the Super Bowl, at 10-1 Pittsburgh is tied for third for the lowest betting odds to repeat as champions – tied with the Giants. The Patriots and the expected return of Tom Brady have them as the overall favorite at 8-1, followed closely by Dallas at 9-1.
As expected, Detroit and Kansas City are the longest of long shots at 100-1.
Rounding out the top 10 are the Colts and Chargers at 12-1, Baltimore at 14-1, Tennessee at 16-1 and the Eagles and Panthers at 18-1.
Also tied with the Vikings and Packers at 25-1 are Atlanta, Denver and Jacksonville.