Super Bowl 2014 Betting Odds: New England Patriots, San Francisco 49ers Favorites To Win Title

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March 13, 2013 3:19 AM EST

The official free agency period for the 2013 NFL season is less than 24 hours underway, but it may already be affecting the winner of the 2014 Super Bowl.

The San Francisco 49ers and Seattle Seahawks have already been active in making moves, and Las Vegas seems to be taking notice. The two NFC West teams have the best chance off representing the conference in next year’s big game, according to the oddsmakers.

RJ Bell of pregame.com reports that the consensus odds have the defending NFC champs at 7/1 to win it all in 2014. The 49ers traded for wide receiver Anquan Boldin, and it only cost them a sixth-round draft pick.

Right behind the 49ers are the Seahawks at 8/1. Seattle was a wild card team last season with a rookie quarterback, but they are considered one of the favorites in the upcoming year. The addition of Percy Harvin to an offense led by Russell Wilson could make them one of the best teams in the NFL.

Just like last year, the New England Patriots have the best Super Bowl odds of any team. At 6/1, Tom Brady and company are listed ahead Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos, whose 8/1 odds put them second in the AFC.

Despite beating both the Patriots and Broncos en route to their Super Bowl victory, the Baltimore Ravens come in at 20/1. Ten teams have better odds to win the title.

Below are the consensus 2014 Super Bowl betting odds for every NFL team, according to Las Vegas casinos.

New England Patriots     6/1

San Francisco 49ers        7/1

Denver Broncos              8/1

Seattle Seahawks            8/1

Green Bay Packers          10/1

Houston Texans              15/1

Atlanta Falcons               17/1

Pittsburgh Steelers          18/1

New York Giants             18/1

New Orleans Saints         19/1

Baltimore Ravens            20/1

Dallas Cowboys               30/1

Washington Redskins       35/1

Chicago Bears                  35/1

Indianapolis Colts            35/1

Cincinnati Bengals            40/1

Philadelphia Eagles          40/1

Carolina Panthers            43/1

San Diego Chargers          45/1

Detroit Lions                    45/1

Minnesota Vikings           50/1

Miami Dolphins               50/1

St. Louis Rams                 60/1

Tampa Bay Buccaneers    66/1

New York Jets                  66/1

Kansas City Chiefs            70/1

Cleveland Browns             125/1

Buffalo Bills                      125/1

Arizona Cardinals             150/1

Tennessee Titans               150/1

Oakland Raiders                175/1

Jacksonville Jaguars          200/1

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