The Odds For The Chicago Bears In Super Bowl 2017

You cannot expect a team to resurrect its franchise from a disastrous season of 3-13, especially when it has no clear answer at the position of a quarterback. Surely it cannot be believed that such a team would make it to the Super Bowl, but the way the Cowboys have improved in the 2015-16 season, it gives them quite a good reason to believe in themselves to ace the tournament.

When it comes to the worst performance in ten years, the Bears are notoriously at the top. Considering these odds is very important for bettors for better returns. You can find many online sites which let you bet on different teams’ performances – you can go for betting in sports but also casino games at Betfair.

It is a tough job for hope to do the trick when performance is this bad, and according to the sources from the ESPN:

“In the last ten years, the Bears have made the playoffs only once. They had won the Super Bowl on 26th January, 1986. Lovey Smith got fired nonplussed in 2012 with a record of 22-40. John fox worsened it to 3-13 in 2016, so the prospect of Chicago having the odds of 100-1 in winning the Super Bowl LII sounds to exceed the expectations.”

Chicago has joined only two other teams as far as the 100-1 odds category are considered and the teams are the Jets and the Rams. There are only two more teams who have worse odds than this (300-1) and they are 49ers and the Browns.

The Patriots have the best chances to make it all the way this year with the odds of 5-1, if you have been surmising. The Packers are ahead at the NFC north with 12-1, while the Lions have the odds of 60-1 and the Vikings are at 20-1 which are much more promising places as far as odds are concerned, than the Bears.

The Falcons are currently on 12-1, just behind the Steelers, cowboys and Patriots. But with the season this early, it is time for them to enjoy their game for now and gear up later when going gets tough, as Vaughan McClure says.

Denver Broncos have improved a tad bit, advancing to a 16-1 from the 20-1 where they started. They missed their playoffs in 2010, and keeping that in mind they should pay attention to their faltering offence and spend the 40$ million wisely and pick the right players who would be a good addition to the strength of the team, as observed by Jeff Legwold.

The Kansas City Chiefs are currently at 18-1, which places them at the eighth position in the points table and this is not such a bad start for them if one keeps in mind that they could not make it to the play offs last season. They certainly look like the team stuck in a kind of limbo, never having the much needed luck to get through the play offs, says Adam Teicher.

The Indianapolis Colts have the odds of 20-1, with all the trouble going on, Ryan Grigson getting fired by Jim Irsay. Possibly, Andrew Luck would take the position of the cornerback for the, who has had an offseason shoulder injury (throwing arm) treated recently.

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