Steelers, Patriots, Seahawks early favorites to win Super Bowl LI

steelers-patriots-seahawks-early-favorites-to-win-super-bowl-liThe Super Bowl 50 has just ended but for the Las Vegas bookmakers it’s never too early to start looking at next year’s future-book odds.

While Von Miller, Peyton Manning and the rest of Denver Broncos are still celebrating for hoisting the Lombardi Trophy as Super Bowl 50 champions, the folks over at Westgate Las Vegas sportsbook are already listing the early favorites to win next year’s big game to be held in Houston, Texas.

The Seattle Seahawks, New England Patriots, and Pittsburgh Steelers all open as the breakaway favorites at 8/1 for the Super Bowl.

The Green Bay Packers, Arizona Cardinals are next at 10-1 while this year’s Super Bowl entrants Panthers along with Cincinnati Bengals are at 12-1. Dallas Cowboys is at 14/1 and this year’s champion Broncos is lagging behind at 20-1.

San Francisco 49ers, with new coach Chip Kelly, is the second longest at 60-1 while Cleveland Brown, at 200-1, is the biggest long shot on the board. No other team has odds in the triple-digits.

Of course, there would be plenty of adjustment throughout the off season starting with Manning’s expected retirement but he isn’t only the big name who are contemplating whether to play in the next season as Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch and Detroit Lions receiver Calvin Johnson were also thinking of walking off into the sunset.

The free agency is just around the corner which will begin on March 9. For the Broncos, the first plan of action for the Denver Broncos is to extend linebacker Miller’s contract. Other notable names to watch include, New York Jets defensive end Muhammad Wilkerson, Carolina Panthers cornerback Josh Norman, and Washington Redskins quarterback Kirk Cousins.

Patriots QB Tom Brady, who got ruthlessly booed by Broncos fans before the NFL’s pregame ceremony, will still have to face a hearing on March 3 for his Deflategate case and let’s not forget the troubled quarterback Johnny Manziel, who will be released by Browns as he face a criminal investigation into a domestic violence assault complaint.

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