The start of the 2010 NFL regular season is right around the corner, making this the perfect time to discuss the NFL team odds to reach Super Bowl XLV set to take place in Cowboys Stadium.
Here are the current Las Vegas odds collected and ranked from Vegas.com . You can find analysis on a few of the choices at the bottom of the list or you can see the breakdown of the entire season for the 2010 regular season.
Indianapolis Colts Open 13/2 Current 13/2
Dallas Cowboys Open 15/2 Current 8/1
New Orleans Saints Open 7/1 Current 8/1
San Diego Chargers Open 17/2 Current 17/2
New England Patriots Open 17/2 Current 9/1
Green Bay Packers Open 19/2 Current 19/2
New York Jets Open 14/1 Current 10/1
Minnesota Vikings Open 11/1 Current 11/1
Baltimore Ravens Open 24/1 Current 14/1
New York Giants Open 15/1 Current 15/1
Pittsburgh Steelers Open 12/1 Current 20/1
Atlanta Falcons Open 20/1 Current 20/1
Tennessee Titans Open 22/1 Current 22/1
Cincinnati Bengals Open 35/1 Current 26/1
Miami Dolphins Open 30/1 Current 28/1
Washington Redskins Open 50/1 Current 28/1
Philadelphia Eagles Open 18/1 Current 28/1
Houston Texans Open 30/1 Current 30/1
Chicago Bears Open 28/1 Current 40/1
San Francisco 49ers Open 45/1 Current 40/1
Arizona Cardinals Open 40/1 Current 50/1
Jacksonville Jaguars Open 45/1 Current 50/1
Denver Broncos Open 45/1 Current 55/1
Carolina Panthers Open 60/1 Current 60/1
Seattle Seahawks Open 80/1 Current 60/1
Cleveland Browns Open 60/1 Current 80/1
Detroit Lions Open 80/1 Current 80/1
Kansas City Chiefs Open 125/1 Current 100/1
Oakland Raiders Open 125/1 Current 100/1
Tampa Bay Buccaneers Open 124/1 Current 100/1
Buffalo Bills Open 100/1 Current 120/1
St. Louis Rams Open 150/1 Current 150/1
Super Bowl XLV Future Odds Analysis
Overall the AFC West division has the least likely chance of winning the Super Bowl XLV outside of the San Diego Chargers. The remaining three teams remain in the bottom third of the odds list.
When the Philadelphia Eagles shipped out their quarterback Donovan McNabb, they dropped down to the middle of the pack while the Washington Redskins pulled even with them.
The Miami Dolphins saw a slight decrease in their odds to win Super Bowl XLV with the addition of Brandon Marshall while the Chicago Bears saw the opposite even with the addition of Julius Peppers and offensive guru Mike Martz.