NFL Playoffs 2016: Odds to Win Super Bowl 50

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The Patriots are still the favorites in the AFC to win Super Bowl 50. (Getty)

Now that the regular season is over, we can focus on the ultimate prize: Super Bowl 50. 32 teams have been cut to 12, but only one team can raise the Lombardi trophy at Levi’s Stadium in February.

The Patriots and Cardinals are tied at +350 as favorites to win it all, according to Carolina, despite starting the season with 14 straight wins, trails at +500. The closest team to them is Seattle, checking in at +750. The Seahawks are favored over teams like Green Bay and Kansas City, suggesting that the return of Marshawn Lynch to the lineup may play a large role in the NFC playoffs.

After those four teams, the odds start to get much larger. Denver, Kansas City, and Pittsburgh are next with +1000, +1400 and +1600 respectively. Pittsburgh is the only non-definite team to still get Super Bowl odds, as the NFC has all six spots locked in. In the NFC, Green Bay also sits at +1600.

For the remaining five teams, it would take a magical postseason run to win you some cash. Without Andy Dalton, the Bengals stand at +2000 to get AJ McCarron to the big game. Minnesota and New York are +2800, a wise bet if you believe in Fitzmagic. And if you really want to win some cash, take either Houston or Washington. Kirk Cousins and Co. are the biggest NFC underdog at +5000, and the Texans are the biggest longshot in the NFL at +6600 to win the Super Bowl.

Just to clarify- the numbers signify how much you can win if you bet $100. So if you take the Texans, and they take it all at Levi’s Stadium in February, you could have yourself a nice little payday.

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