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Super Bowl Odds 2015

Super Bowl XLVIII is still over a week away, but the William Hill Race & Sportsbook has already turned its attention to 2015. The odds maker has released its Super Bowl Odds 2015 and this year's final four should feel good about their placement on the futures leaderboard. The 49ers, Broncos, and Seahawks are each drawing 5 to 1 odds, making them the three favorites to win the Lombardi Trophy next year. The Patriots are considered a bit more of a Super Bowl long shot than those three clubs, but they are still one of the top four favorites, along with the Saints and Packers, at 12 to 1 odds.

Rounding out the top 10 are the Philadelphia Eagles, Kansas City Chiefs, Carolina Panthers, and Cincinnati Bengals. Chip Kelly's squad is getting 20 to 1 odds to win Super Bowl XLIX while the Chiefs, Panthers, and Bengals are each lined at 22 to 1 odds.

The least likely team to win next year's Super Bowl according to William Hill is the Jacksonville Jaguars, who are drawing 150 to 1 championship odds.

Super Bowl Odds 2015: Provided by William Hill Race & Sportsbook

San Francisco 49ers 5/1
Denver Broncos 5/1
Seattle Seahawks 5/1
New England Patriots 12/1
New Orleans Saints 12/1
Green Bay Packers 12/1
Philadelphia Eagles 20/1
Kansas City Chiefs 22/1
Carolina Panthers 22/1
Cincinnati Bengals 22/1
Indianapolis Colts 25/1
Pittsburgh Steelers 25/1
Chicago Bears 30/1
San Diego Chargers 30/1
New York Giants 40/1
Baltimore Ravens 40/1
Atlanta Falcons 40/1
Arizona Cardinals 40/1
Dallas Cowboys 40/1
Detroit Lions 40/1
Miami Dolphins 50/1
Houston Texans 50/1
Washington Redskins 50/1
St. Louis Rams 50/1
New York Jets 75/1
Buffalo Bills 100/1
Tampa Bay Buccaneers 100/1
Tennessee Titans 100/1
Minnesota Vikings 100/1
Oakland Raiders 100/1
Cleveland Browns 100/1
Jacksonville Jaguars 150/1

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