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2014 Super Bowl odds: Patriots somehow lead the way, Chiefs are at 50:1

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The Baltimore Ravens defeated the San Francisco 49ers in the 2013 Super Bowl, ending the 2012-13 season. Once one season ends, a new season begins. And new Super Bowl odds come out! Check out these 2014 Super Bowl odds where the New England Patriots -- not world champion Ravens -- are the favorites.

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If you won the Super Bowl you don't get any recognition from the NFL oddsmakers. Despite their 2013 Super Bowl victory, the Ravens have only the fourth best odds to win the 2014 Super Bowl, according to RJ Bell of Pregame.com. The Patriots are the favorites to win it, like they almost always are for some reason, while the Kansas City Chiefs come in at 50:1 odds.


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That's about right for the Chiefs who enter the offseason with some uncertainty at key positions, most notably quarterback. The decision of who will play quarterback for the Chiefs will have a bigger impact on those 2014 Super Bowl odds than anything else. Right now, it's looking like free agency and/or the 2013 NFL Draft are going to be their best bets.

Other teams at 50:1 odds like the Chiefs include Philadelphia Eagles, Carolina Panthers, New York Jets, Miami Dolphins and St. Louis Rams.

Peyton Manning and the Broncos are the leaders in the AFC West with 8:1 odds, tied with the 49ers.

Also interesting, look at the Jaguars. They had two wins just like the Chiefs. But they're at 150:1. Also look at the OakLOL Raiders.

Here's the complete list of 2014 Super Bowl odds:

New England Patriots: 7 to 1
San Francisco 49ers: 8 to 1
Denver Broncos: 8 to 1
Green Bay Packers: 10 to 1
Houston Texans: 14 to 1
Baltimore Ravens: 14 to 1
Seattle Seahawks: 16 to 1
Atlanta Falcons: 18 to 1
New Orleans Saints: 18 to 1
Pittsburgh Steelers: 18 to 1
New York Giants: 20 to 1
Washington Redskins: 30 to 1
Dallas Cowboys: 30 to 1
Chicago Bears: 30 to 1
Cincinnati Bengals: 35 to 1
Detroit Lions: 40 to 1
Minnesota Vikings: 40 to 1
Indianapolis Colts: 40 to 1
San Diego Chargers: 40 to 1
Philadelphia Eagles: 50 to 1
Carolina Panthers: 50 to 1
New York Jets: 50 to 1
Miami Dolphins: 50 to 1
St Louis Rams: 50 to 1
Kansas City Chiefs: 50 to 1
Tampa Bay Buccaneers: 60 to 1
Cleveland Browns: 66 to 1
Arizona Cardinals: 100 to 1
Buffalo Bills: 100 to 1
Tennessee Titans: 100 to 1
Oakland Raiders: 150 to 1
Jacksonville Jaguars: 150 to 1