As the NFL playoffs draw closer, the thought of making it to the Super Bowl begins creeping into the minds of most players able to play in the postseason. Unlike other spots, the NFL sees teams make it to the final game despite their seeding.
Weather it be the 2006 Pittsburgh Steelers (6 seed), the 2007 New York Giants (5 seed) or the 2010 Green Bay Packers (6 seed), any team that makes it to the playoffs has a chance of winning it all.
That being said, here are the latest Super Bowl odds for every team still in the playoff hunt, courtesy of Vegas Insider:
Sometimes, it’s better to look at the advanced football statistics to get a better idea of which teams truly have a shot at making it to the Super Bowl.
According to Football Outsiders, the Cincinnati Bengals have a 13.7 percent chance of winning the AFC Championship game and getting to the Super Bowl, where they have a 5.9 percent chance of winning it.
This report lists the odds of each team
- Reaching the Conference Championship Game
- Winning the Conference Championship Game
- Winning the Super Bowl
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