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Season-Opening Odds for Recent Super Bowl Winners. Check out the season-opening odds for Super Bowl winners over the past six years. The lines are displayed for each team before kickoff of the first NFL game of that season. In Super Bowl 52, the Philadelphia Eagles stunned the world following their season-opening odds of +5000.
Looking for up-to-date Super Bowl betting history? Check out Odds Shark's Super Bowl Betting History page. The Green Bay Packers ushered in a new era in professional football at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum on January 15, 1967, with a convincing 35-10 victory over the Kansas City Chiefs in the first ever Super Bowl, easily covering as 14-point betting favorites.
And after trailing Denver in the betting odds for much of the season, the Seahawks entered the playoffs as 11/4 Super Bowl favorites. The Seahawks' balanced attack paid dividends in their Divisional Playoff matchup against New Orleans, with the defense holding the Saints scoreless in the first half while RB Marshawn Lynch engaged Beast Mode, running for 140 yards and two TDs in a 23-15 win.
Check out Odds Shark's Super Bowl Betting History page. The Miami Dolphins became the first and only NFL team to complete a perfect season, capping a 17-0 campaign with a 14-7 upset win over the Washington Redskins as slim 1-point favorites in Super Bowl VII. It was the second Super Bowl appearance in as many years for Miami, who were dominated 24-3 by the Dallas Cowboys in Super Bowl VI.
Looking for up-to-date Super Bowl betting history? Check out Odds Shark's Super Bowl Betting History page. Doug Williams, who began the season as Washington's backup quarterback, threw four touchdown passes in the second quarter alone, sparking the Redskins to a 42-10 victory over the Denver Broncos at Jack Murphy Stadium in San Diego.
Looking for up-to-date Super Bowl betting history? Check out Odds Shark's Super Bowl Betting History page. The Dallas Cowboys finally shook their reputation as a team incapable of winning the big game with a dominant 24-3 win over the Miami Dolphins to win Super Bowl VI, easily covering as 6-point favorites.
Check out Odds Shark's Super Bowl Betting History page. Super Bowl XI pitted Ken Stabler and the Oakland Raiders up against the Minnesota Vikings and their “Purple People Eater” defense. The Rose Bowl in Pasadena, California played host to Super Bowl XI which marked the fourth Super Bowl appearance in eight years for the Minnesota Vikings.
The Broncos had +10,000 odds — meaning a $100 bet would win $10,000 — to win the Super Bowl across several sportsbooks, including BetMGM, Fanduel and MaximBet. It was a major drop-off from ...