So, What are the Browns’ Odds of Winning Super Bowl XLVI?

Now that Super Bowl XLV has come and gone, it’s time to think ahead. Not just to the upcoming NFL Draft, but to next year’s Super Bowl. We’ll just pretend that a new deal gets done and there will be an NFL season because the prospect of no football next year is not something we want to consider.

The Cleveland Browns are currently sitting at  65/1 odds, which isn’t the worst, but it certainly isn’t all that great, either. If you’ve got a feeling about them for next year, you’ll at least be raking it in should they win.

The biggest surprise about these odds? How about the fact that the Dallas Cowboys, the team that went 6-10, is given 16/1 odds, equal to the Atlanta Falcons and better than teams like the Chicago Bears and New York Giants. If you say so, oddsmakers.

Here are the rest of the odds, courtesy of bodog:

Carolina Panthers – 125/1

Buffalo Bills – 100/1

Seattle Seahawks – 80/1

Arizona Cardinals – 75/1

Jacksonville Jaguars – 65/1

Cincinnati Bengals – 60/1

Denver Broncos – 60/1

Miami Dolphins – 50/1

Tennessee Titans – 50/1

Washington Redskins – 50/1

Detroit Lions – 40/1

Minnesota Vikings – 40/1

Oakland Raiders – 40/1

San Francisco 49ers – 40/1

St. Louis Rams – 40/1

Houston Texans – 35/1

Kansas City Chiefs – 35/1

Tampa Bay Buccaneers – 35/1

Chicago Bears – 25/1

New York Giants – 18/1

Atlanta Falcons – 16/1

Dallas Cowboys – 16/1

Philadelphia Eagles – 16/1

Baltimore Ravens – 14/1

Indianapolis Colts – 14/1

New Orleans Saints – 14/1

New York Jets – 14/1

San Diego Chargers – 12/1

Pittsburgh Steelers – 10/1

New England Patriots – 15/2

Green Bay Packers – 7/1

Topics: Cleveland Browns, NFL Draft, Odds, Super Bowl

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  • http://www.clevelandbrownsweblog.com Clayton

    At 40-1, Lions fans must be over the moon!

    I really have to scratch my head (or something else) at these rankings. Say what you want about the Seahawks, but a Team that wins a clinch game to get in to the playoffs, then beats the Super Bowl Champs in the playoffs, has worse odds to win the Super Bowl than the Browns???

    My Bills friends will be impressed with their team’s odds.