Aug 8, 2013; San Francisco, CA, USA; San Francisco 49ers linebacker Michael Wilhoite (57) and tight end Demarcus Dobbs (83) sack Denver Broncos quarterback Brock Osweiler (17) during the second quarter at Candlestick Park. Mandatory Credit: Kelley L Cox-USA TODAY Sports

Super Bowl 2014: Updated odds for start of 2013-14 NFL season

The start of the 2013-14 NFL season is just around the corner, which means the final updated odds for the Super Bowl have been released by the fine folks of Vegas. The top of the rankings have made no changes with the defending NFC champion San Francisco 49ers and Denver Broncos leading the pack, but there have been some shake ups in the middle of the odds.

“Super Bowl odds have fallen into place with the season a few days away and Denver and San Francisco remain co-favorites at 6-1. The Broncos and 49ers have also taken more money than any other team with Green Bay right behind them at 12-1,” Bovada Sports Book Manger Kevin Bradley said.

The Bears and Cowboys have seen significant action the last couple weeks and have both dropped to 25-1 and at this point are two of the biggest losers for the book.”

Here is the full list of odds for the 2014 Super Bowl heading in to Week One of the regular season, courtesy of Bovada, (www.Bovada.lv, Twitter: @BovadaLV).:

Denver Broncos 6/1
San Francisco 49ers 6/1
Seattle Seahawks 17/2
New England Patriots 10/1
Atlanta Falcons 12/1
Green Bay Packers 12/1
Houston Texans 16/1
New Orleans Saints 18/1
Chicago Bears 25/1
Cincinnati Bengals 25/1
Dallas Cowboys 25/1
New York Giants 25/1
Baltimore Ravens 28/1
Pittsburgh Steelers 28/1
Washington Redskins 33/1
Detroit Lions 40/1
Indianapolis Colts 40/1
Miami Dolphins 40/1
Minnesota Vikings 40/1
St. Louis Rams 40/1
Kansas City Chiefs 50/1
Philadelphia Eagles 50/1
San Diego Chargers 50/1
Tampa Bay Buccaneers 50/1
Carolina Panthers 66/1
Arizona Cardinals 125/1
New York Jets 125/1
Buffalo Bills 150/1
Cleveland Browns 150/1
Tennessee Titans 150/1
Oakland Raiders 250/1
Jacksonville Jaguars 300/1

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