Vikings have 4th-best odds to win Super Bowl next year

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As of 9:25 a.m. Monday on Bovada.com, the Packers have 9-1 odds of winning the 53rd edition of the Super Bowl.

The Lions own 50/1 odds to reach Super Bowl LIII next February at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta, according to VegasInsider.com, putting them well into the lower half of the National Football League in terms of best bets to reach the big game.

The improved Minnesota Vikings and the Pittsburgh Steelers own 12-1 odds.

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Houston is just ahead of division rival, and reigning AFC South champ, Jacksonville. Green Bay has opened with 9/1 odds to win the Super Bowl next season.

For a bit of Texas pride, the Texans have better odds to win than the Dallas Cowboys at +2000.

This is interesting considering we have no idea who Minnesota's quarterback will be next season.

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At odds of 20/1 or better with some bookmakers, the San Francisco 49ers are sure to be a popular choice as a dark horse candidate for a Super Bowl victory and could be an attractive bet to win the NFC at 10/1. Case Keenum could be back, Teddy Bridgewater could get a chance or another free agent could be coming.

The Dolphins lost eight of their final 10 games this past season and missed the playoffs for the eighth time in the last nine years.

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