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Chargers and Cowboys with Good Odds to Win the Super Bowl

Written by Andrew Scofield   
Wednesday, 08 September 2010 07:48

Good Odds to Win the Super BowlSan Diego is the third choice in Super Bowl futures but the Chargers have failed year after year in the playoffs. They still have Norv Turner as head coach and although they have Philip Rivers at quarterback, San Diego may be overvalued in 2010. The AFC West looks improved with Kansas City having two new coordinators in Charlie Weis and Romeo Crennel, Oakland with Jason Campbell at quarterback and Denver with the excitement surrounding Tim Tebow.

Super Bowl XLV is going to be held in Dallas in February and the Cowboys would like to be playing in their home stadium for the big football betting game. The Cowboys have a similar problem to San Diego in that they usually lose in the playoffs. They also have a head coach in Wade Phillips who has not proven he can win the big games. Dallas is loaded on offense but the NFC East is tougher this season and it may not be a cakewalk for the Cowboys. Washington now has a new head coach in Mike Shanahan and a new quarterback in Donovan McNabb, the Eagles have turned the offense over to Kevin Kolb while the Giants are expected to rebound after last NFL betting season’s disappointing finish.

There will not be any easy games in the NFC East this season. The Eagles are 18-1 in Super Bowl odds, the Giants are 25-1 while the Redskins are 35-1.

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