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Jets, Chiefs, Seahawks Have Lowest Odds Of Winning 2011 Super Bowl

As expected, the New England Patriots are the odds on favorites to win the 2011 Super Bowl.

According to, they're leading the pack as 2/1 favorites followed by the Atlanta Falcons and Pittsburgh Steelers at 11/2. To find the Chiefs you'd have to scroll nearly to the bottom -- 35/1 odds of winning the 2011 Super Bowl. Only the Seattle Seahawks at 100/1 have lower odds of winning the Super Bowl.

The Chiefs odds to win the AFC improve slightly at 18/1 but they're still the lowest of the six AFC playoff teams. The Patriots are favored at 5/6 followed by the Steelers (3/1), Baltimore Ravens (7/1), Indianapolis Colts (10/1) and New York Jets (11/1).

Bodog also has odds on the exact Super Bowl matchup. The Chiefs against any team is a long shot but here it goes: Atlanta Falcons (50/1), Chicago Bears (80/1), Philadelphia Eagles (100/1), Seattle Seahawks (750/1), New Orleans Saints (85/1) and Green Bay Packers (125/1).

I've put all the odds after the jump in an easy-to-read format.

Odds to win Super Bowl XLV

New England Patriots 2/1

Atlanta Falcons 11/2

Pittsburgh Steelers 11/2

New Orleans Saints 10/1

Philadelphia Eagles 11/1

Baltimore Ravens 12/1

Chicago Bears 12/1

Green Bay Packers 12/1

Indianapolis Colts 14/1

New York Jets 20/1

Kansas City Chiefs 35/1

Seattle Seahawks 100/1

Odds to win the 2011 AFC

New England Patriots 5/6

Pittsburgh Steelers 3/1

Baltimore Ravens 7/1

Indianapolis Colts 10/1

New York Jets 11/1

Kansas City Chiefs 18/1

What will be the Exact Super Bowl XLV Match Up?

Kansas City Chiefs vs. Atlanta Falcons 50/1

Kansas City Chiefs vs. Chicago Bears 80/1

Kansas City Chiefs vs. Philadelphia Eagles 100/1

Kansas City Chiefs vs. Seattle Seahawks 750/1

Kansas City Chiefs vs. New Orleans Saints 85/1

Kansas City Chiefs vs. Green Bay Packers 125/1

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