Oddsmakers Agree with ESPN’s Top Ten NFL Team Picks, Also Liking the 49ers and Broncos Chances
With so much changing in the off season, and the first game of the regular season yet to be played, it could take some psychic powers to predict next year’s NFL champion. Nevertheless, for those with a hunch about who’ll take the coveted US footbal
August 7, 2013 (Road Town, BVI) – With so much changing in the off season, and the first game of the regular season yet to be played, it could take some psychic powers to predict next year’s NFL champion. Nevertheless, for those with a hunch about who’ll take the coveted US football prize, AllYouBet.ag is taking bets on the next Super Bowl winner. Lines are also posted for all pre-season games.
As the NFL season approaches, ESPN football experts have announced their Ten NFL Teams. ESPN Power Rankings, determined by a poll of five writers on ESPN’s NFL staff, show they like the Seahawks draft choices and think they’ll be Super Bowl Champions in 2013. The ESPN panel also thinks the 49ers are a possibility and, with Peyton Manning, talented wide receivers and a mean defense, maybe even the Broncos.
AllYouBet oddsmakers seem to agree the 49ers or the Broncos (both +650) will win the Super Bowl in January, with the Seahawks and Patriots also contenders (both +800).
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