NEWS: Super Bowl 2014 Betting Odds: Which Team Is Favored To Win The NFL Championship?
It shouldn’t be much of a surprise to see which teams have reached the 2014 AFC and NFC Championship Games. Entering the regular season, no NFL teams had better odds of winning Super Bowl XLVIII than the four remaining clubs....
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