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Chargers Have 33-to-1 Odds To Win 2015 Super Bowl


Without making one move in this offseason yet, the oddsmakers at Vegas already have set the lines for the Super Bowl odds for all teams next season. The Chargers are 33-to-1 odds to win the 2015 Super Bowl. They have less odds than the Kansas City Chiefs and Denver Broncos already.

Here are the odds for the rest of the teams in the league, via Bovada:

Odds to win the 2015 Super Bowl XLIX    

Seattle Seahawks                      9/2
San Francisco 49ers                  15/2
Denver Broncos                        8/1
New England Patriots                14/1
Green Bay Packers                    16/1
New Orleans Saints                   18/1
Atlanta Falcons                         25/1
Carolina Panthers                      25/1
Chicago Bears                          25/1
Cincinnati Bengals                     25/1
Philadelphia Eagles                   25/1
Indianapolis Colts                      28/1
Kansas City Chiefs                    28/1
Arizona Cardinals                      33/1
Dallas Cowboys                        33/1
Detroit Lions                             33/1
New York Giants                       33/1
Pittsburgh Steelers                    33/1
San Diego Chargers                  33/1
Baltimore Ravens                      40/1
Houston Texans                        40/1
St. Louis Rams                         40/1
Washington Redskins                40/1
Miami Dolphins                         50/1
New York Jets                           50/1
Tampa Bay Buccaneers             50/1
Tennessee Titans                       50/1
Cleveland Browns                      66/1
Buffalo Bills                              75/1
Minnesota Vikings                     75/1
Oakland Raiders                        75/1
Jacksonville Jaguars                 100/1

At least we are not the Oakland Raiders. They already are 75-to-1 odds to win the Super Bowl… and the Jaguars are sitting at 100-to-1! OUCH!

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  • serg21

    How in the world are the Giants a 33-1 they suck….

    • Sergio Quintero

      This betting patterns and team recognition more than actual quality of talent, Giants & Cowboys always will have better odds than they deserve.

      • http://www.BoltBeat.com/ Peter Thompson

        Amen to that.

  • RZ

    Well now that Seattle has shown how to beat down the Donkeys with physicality..the odds should be better than that. Damn that was a Beat Down and a half last night…lol! It was a beautiful thing..

    • Sergio Quintero

      They showed how, but there might be a “slight” talent differential in their secondary to the chargers, and the defense in general, that “might” be difficult to replicate.

      • http://www.BoltBeat.com/ Peter Thompson

        I agree with that statement. But, it wasn’t all about their talent. They also took a page out of our book, and played keep-away. Part of beating them is not letting Manning onto the field to begin with, so he can’t even get into a rhythm. That’s how we beat them in week 15. Seattle set an NFL record yesterday, playing that same keep-away game.. Denver only had the ball for 3:19 in the first quarter.. that’s friggin’ hilarious!

        • Sergio Quintero

          I’m not saying the chargers can’t beat the donkeys, its just a whole lot easier when you have the talent like Seattle does, major envy is admitted.

          If a defense like Seattle is a goal for the future, its pretty clear an investment of talent must go that way.

      • RZ

        …I hear you..I’m just hoping for that type of mind set at least.Anothet thing I noticed is how Seattle’s Offence kept attacking Denver through out the game even with a huge lead..which they probably could have been more conservative with the way the D was playing.Hope the Boltz play less conservative next season..which I beleive they will. or they should.

        • Sergio Quintero

          I have agree completely in the offensive attitude category, they kept throwing early in the game, with some giveaway run to keep the defense honest. But they kept having an attacking attitude. The chargers have to be more balanced in the early down playcalling, and you know there is such thing a play-action pass.

    • http://www.BoltBeat.com/ Peter Thompson

      You are absolutely right!!! It WAS a beat down and a half… Mid-Way through the 3rd quarter, Manning’s face looked like he ate some bad fish.. lmao!!!!

      • Gunnar Martin

        Hahaha that’s exactly what I pictured he was saying when I saw that! You can always count on the Mannings to give you an awesome struggle face when it counts. lol

  • Padraigh Keogh

    How are the Falcons 25/1? One of the worst team this year.

  • http://www.BoltBeat.com/ Peter Thompson

    I know Pete Carroll is a “scouting guru” and all… but, I hope that we can follow their model, and have our own Championship in the next couple of years. It takes time to imbed a winning culture, implement a new system, acquire the perfect mixture of draft picks & free agents, and tune it all to perfection. That is exactly what Seattle has done. When Carroll took over, they immediately went to the playoffs (albeit on a very weak 7-9 record), and beat the Saints in the wild-card round, but lost to the Bears in the divisional round. The following year they went 7-9, but missed the playoffs. The next season they went 11-5, and beat the Redskins in the Wild-Card round, but lost to the Falcons (they should have actually won this game). Then this year, it all came together, and they were unstoppable.

    I imagine the Chargers can follow suit. Obviously, I hope we make the playoffs this season, instead of missing them like Seattle did in Carroll’s second year. But, we have a mean schedule coming up, so it wouldn’t surprise me. It will probably take a couple more drafts, but I believe that TT & McCoy could put together a winning franchise, much like Pete Carroll did. Even if we ARE hampered by the fact that John Spanos is in charge of scouting… hopefully TT has the “veto”, if Spanos makes poor judgments.

    • Sergio Quintero

      Schedule next year is a bitch, as I see it with a healthy Ingram and major crossing of fingers with Floyd I still think 10-11 wins is a reasonable projection for 2014.

      • http://www.BoltBeat.com/ Peter Thompson

        I think 10 or 11 wins is doable too, Sergio. We all said that this season would be a success, if we made it into the playoffs. They over-delivered on that prediction, by making it into the divisional round. With the right offseason moves, and a little better luck on the injury front, I believe it isn’t totally unreasonable to set our sights on the AFC Championship game. Or, at least another appearance in the divisional round. If we make it to the big show, that would just be a huge bonus!

  • Stefanie Smith

    Man, I was looking at overthecap.com and it says they estimate we will be over the cap limit by about $800k. Cuts are a coming. We still take a hit for year 2 of the Jared Gaithers and Meachem bombs. We spread those disasters out. I think that Hardwick is going to retire also.

    They better talk nice to Rivers and Weddle and do a restructuring. Need cash for the draft and to fill other needs.

    • http://www.BoltBeat.com/ Peter Thompson

      First… they need to restructure Clary’s mess of a deal.. then talk to those two.

    • Sergio Quintero

      We can hope they restructure Clary, Royal, JJ, but their situation is you either take a cut or you leave, don’t surprised they prefer a release rather than less money.

      They have to cut: McClain, English, Mouton and hopefully Cox (TT seemed tentative toward cutting him).

      They could/should restructure: Rivers, Weddle, Gates, Hardwick (if he stays). In the case of Gates it would be in his best interest to stay for the length of his contract to take a pay cut.

      Players with rumors about getting cut that probably wont: Freeney, Vincent Brown.

      What is the rule for players retiring and their cap figure? Clearly Hardwick & Floyd have to seriously consider it.

  • Sergio Quintero

    The chargers need a couple of starters on defense from free agency (a Nose Tackle is a must), and 3 of their 4 picks have to go on defense. Pagano schemed well late in the season a “bend but don’t break defense”, but to reach a dominant level a major talent investment must be made.

    It sure would be awesome that either Floyd would play or V.Brown actually lives up to his early career star hype, meaning a WR doesn’t have to get drafted early.

    • http://www.BoltBeat.com/ Peter Thompson

      Agree on all counts. I worry about Pagano, though. There is still this seed of doubt about him in the back of my head. I’m not sure he knows how to make the defense consistently dominant, even with all of the talent in the world. I’ll give him the benefit of the doubt for one more year, and see if he can silence my concerns. He did scheme well at the end.

      • Gunnar Martin

        I think he would do much better with a legit nose tackle and some sort of boost in the secondary, whether it be at SS or corner. Our pass rush should (!SHOULD!) be much better this year too. We’ll see.

  • Daryl Peek

    Props to the Seachickens for the win. I only say this due to being free from that dam Donkey avatar I hard to bare til they lost.

    Seattle, Frisco, Carolina, the Ravens, ETC.. have all shown us we need to build an elite defense if we want to improve our Superbowl odds. TT and McCoy must have a defensive heavy draft this season to get on that depth level of the aforementioned. We can get what we need on offense in free agency given we have a solid core on that side of the ball.

  • Gunnar Martin

    You know a list has zero credibility when it has the Falcons above us and the Giants and Steelers tied with us. Do these lists ever work anyways?

  • Jon Marine

    What continues to amaze me is how Vegas, the “experts”, etc… all underrate the Chargers season after season. I think the Norv virus has affected the Vegas machine and it may need a while to reboot. How the hell are the decaying Steelers, the confused Falcons and Giants, (and I’m not even going to mention the Cowboys because that’s an NFL Family Tradition), all ahead of us in these projections. What machines and experts don’t realize is they need to look behind the scenes. If you ask me, the chemistry in SD is amazing, similar to Seattle. The Cowboys are a reality TV show, and the Giants and Falcons don’t seem to be working together. We have a great foundation, and we will continue to amaze people and impress.