2013 NFL Futures Odds & Super Bowl Predictions

Football Picks For The 2014 Superbowl The 2014 Super Bowl will be played on February 2nd 2014 at the MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey. With the season nearing closer now is the time to get the best value on your future bets before the rest of the market moves the odds.

In this article we’re going to take a look at the best bets to win the 2014 Super Bowl. We’re also going to discuss our best bets in the conference and division futures markets. We’ve also posted our best regular season win total bets at the end of the article.

2014 NFL Super Bowl Futures Predictions & Odds

NFL TeamSuperbowl OddsAFC Conference OddsNFC Conference Odds
New England Patriots +700+275
Denver Broncos +750+350
Houston Texans +1600+550
Baltimore Ravens +2000+700
Pittsburgh Steelers +2500+900
Cincinnati Bengals +4000+1600
Indianapolis Colts +5000+1600
San Diego Chargers +5000+1600
New York Jets +8000+2000
Miami Dolphins+3000+2000
Kansas City Chiefs+5000+2500
Buffalo Bills +10000+3300
Cleveland Browns +9000+4000
Oakland Raiders +15000+4000
Tennessee Titans +15000+4000
Jacksonville Jaguars +25000+7000
San Francisco 49ers +700+400
Green Bay Packers +1000+400
Seattle Seahawks +800+475
Atlanta Falcons +1600+800
New Orleans Saints +1800+1000
New York Giants +2000+1100
Washington Redskins +2800+1200
Dallas Cowboys+2500+1200
Chicago Bears+4000+1400
Philadelphia Eagles +4500+2000
Carolina Panthers +5000+2000
Detroit Lions +5000+2500
Minnesota Vikings +5000+2500
Tampa Bay Buccaneers +7100+3300
St Louis Rams +6600+3300
Arizona Cardinals +10000+5000

Russell-Wilson-F14The Seattle Seahawks (11-5) finished just behind the San Francisco 49ers in the NFC West last season. The Seahawks made it into the NFL Playoffs as a wild card and were eliminated in the divisional round against the Atlanta Falcons (30-28) on the road.

Seattle brings back basically the same offense although they added stud WR Percy Harvin to the mix this offseason. Seattle was the #3 ranked rushing team last year and Marshawn Lynch is primed for another big season, but the big news is the pass game.

Russell Wilson has a year of experience now and he became a better passer as each week went on last season. If Wilson is able to start the season how he finished last season then the Seahawks offense will be a complete unit for the first time in awhile.

Seattle gave up the least amount of points on defense last season in the NFL and they bring back most players. Losing Clemons to an ACL injury will hurt, but the Seahawks added Avril and Bennett to the defense. Seattle will be a scary team in 2013-14.

In the AFC I really like the Denver Broncos to win the conference and earn a Super Bowl appearance this season. Last season the Broncos had the best regular season record (13-3) in the AFC, but they were knocked out by the Ravens in 2OT in the playoffs.

The Broncos should have the best offense in the league this year. Peyton Manning will be in his 2nd season with Denver and the talent level around him is insane. Demariyus Thomas and Eric Decker are back and the Broncos also signed Wes Welker.

One concern that I have is the Broncos lost Elvis Dumervil this offseason. They went out and signed several players on defense including Cromartie, Knighton and Williams. If they can remain a T5 or T10 defense this team should make it to the Super Bowl.

The AFC looks to be weak this season as well, which bodes well for the Broncos. The Patriots lost Welker to Denver and they’re also dealing with injuries at the moment. I also don’t think that the Ravens, Texans or Colts will pose a big threat to Denver.

Andrew-Luck-F14I like the Indianapolis Colts to win the AFC South this season. The Colts went 11-5 last year and finished behind the Texans (12-4) in the division. Andrew Luck is more experienced and he has a young cast of players around him that want to win games.

Reggie Wayne and T.Y. Hilton should be more productive in Hamilton’s new West Coast offense. Expect a lot of two TE sets and plenty of quick routes. The question mark is RB Vick Ballard, but he did impress me at times last season in the run game.

The Colts were one of the worst defenses in the NFL last season, but that should change. Indianapolis won’t be a top 10 defense, but they will be improved from last season. LaRon Landry and Ricky Jean-Francois were big signings for the Colts this offseason.

The Atlanta Falcons went 13-3 last season and easily won the NFC South. I’m surprised that they’re paying plus money to win the division again this season. Atlanta is clearly the class of the NFC South and I can’t see the Saints winning the division this year.

The offense is relatively unchanged and will feature the three-headed attack of Julio Jones, Roddy White and Tony Gonzalez. I’m also excited to see Steven Jackson at RB. Turner needed to go and I think the addition of Jackson will pay off huge for Atlanta.

While the offense shined last season the defense was a problem. Atlanta ranked 24th in total defense and they need to improve on defense in order to beat teams like the 49’ers in the playoffs, which is who they lost against last year in the conference finals.

2013 NFL Regular Season Win Total Odds & Picks

NFL TeamOver Win Total OddsUnder Win Total Odds
Arizona CardinalsOver 5.5 Wins (+110)Under 5.5 Wins (-140)
Atlanta FalconsOver 10 Wins (+105)Under 10 Wins (-135)
Baltimore RavensOver 8½ Wins (-125)Under 8½ Wins (-105)
Buffalo BillsOver 6½ Wins (+115)Under 6½ Wins (-145)
Carolina PanthersOver 7 Wins (-140)Under 7 Wins (+110)
Chicago BearsOver 8½ Wins (-120)Under 8½ Wins (-110)
Cincinnati BengalsOver 8½ Wins (-125)Under 8½ Wins (-105)
Cleveland BrownsOver 6 Wins (-135)Under 6 Wins (+105)
Dallas CowboysOver 8½ Wins (+105)Under 8½ Wins (-135)
Denver BroncosOver 11½ Wins (+100)Under 11½ Wins (-130)
Detroit LionsOver 8 Wins (+100)Under 8 Wins (-130)
Green Bay PackersOver 10½ Wins (-115)Under 10½ Wins (-115)
Houston TexansOver 10½ Wins (+120)Under 10½ Wins (-150)
Indianapolis ColtsOver 8½ Wins (-105)Under 8½ Wins (-125)
Jacksonville JaguarsOver 5 Wins (-130)Under 5 Wins (+100)
Kansas City ChiefsOver 7½ Wins (+100)Under 7½ Wins (-130)
Miami DolphinsOver 8 Wins (+100)Under 8 Wins (-130)
Minnesota VikingsOver 7½ Wins (-115)Under 7½ Wins (-115)
New England PatriotsOver 11½ Wins (+105)Under 11½ Wins (-135)
New Orleans SaintsOver 9 Wins (-140)Under 9 Wins (+110)
New York GiantsOver 9 Wins (-110)Under 9 Wins (-120)
New York JetsOver 6½ Wins (+105)Under 6½ Wins (-135)
Oakland RaidersOver 5½ Wins (+110)Under 5½ Wins (-120)
Philadelphia EaglesOver 7½ Wins (+105)Under 7½ Wins (-135)
Pittsburgh SteelersOver 9 Wins (-130)Under 9 Wins (+100)
San Diego ChargersOver 7½ Wins (-115)Under 7½ Wins (-115)
San Francisco 49ersOver 11½ Wins (+120)Under 11½ Wins (-150)
Seattle SeahawksOver 10½ Wins (-145)Under 10½ Wins (+115)
St. Louis RamsOver 7½ Wins (-105) Under 7½ Wins (-125)
Tampa Bay BuccaneersOver 7½ Wins (-145)Under 7½ Wins (+115)
Tennessee TitansOver 6½ Wins (-115)Under 6½ Wins (-115)
Washington RedskinsOver 8 Wins (-115)Over 8 Wins (-115)

Joe-Flacco-F14The Ravens and Joe Flacco especially have a lot of pressure on them heading into this season. Flacco signed for huge money this offseason and the defense has gone through a big transition, but this team is still going to win games during the regular season.

I expect the Ravens to be able to beat the Browns 2X, Bills, Dolphins and Jets. They also play the Vikings at home in week 14 in a game they should win and in week 15 they play the Lions on the road in a winnable game. That’d be 7 wins already.

Baltimore plays the Bengals 2X and the Steelers 2X as well. I expect them to at the very least split both division series. Baltimore also plays the Broncos, Texans, Packers, Bears and Patriots. These are tough games, but I doubt they go 0-5 in these games.

This win total seems low and while they may not win double digits they definitely have a favorable schedule. This is my favorite win total this season. The Ravens will silence critics during the regular season, but I don’t see them making a deep playoff run.

Chicago brings back the same offense basically although they added TE Martellus Bennett to the mix. He’s a big TE that caught 55 passes for 626 yards and 5 TD’s with the Giants. Hopefully the rushing duo of Matt Forte and Michael Bush can stay healthy.

The defense loses their leader Urlacher, but the team made the right move. This defense was top 5 last season in the league and they’ll be even better this season with some added youth talent. They should have a scary pass rush this year as well.

Looking at the schedule the start and finish of the season will be very important. To start the season the Bears play the Bengals and Vikings at home. They need to win both of those games and then split the next two road games against PIT and DET.

From week 12 and onwards the Bears schedule lightens up as well. They play the Rams, Vikings, Cowboys, Browns, Eagles and Packers to end the regular season. They could potentially go 5-1 I think here, but more realistically they’ll go 4-2.

If they do that then they just need two more wins during the middle of their schedule, which is tough. From week 5-11 the Bears play the Saints, Giants, Redskins, Packers, Lions and Ravens. They should be able to go at least 3-3 during this stretch.

May 30, 2013 - Offer valid as of date published. T&Cs apply.