Favorite AFC teams to win Super Bowl 50

Written by on January 8, 2016

Everyone seems to be on the NFC in these playoffs, but let’s not forget the AFC still has quite a few teams that can do some serious damage. You can never count out Peyton Manning and his Broncos, even if they’ve looked flat as ever offensively. Tom Brady and the Patriots are notorious for stepping up their game in the playoffs, and the Steelers have been flying offensively with the duo of Ben Roethlesberger and Antonio Brown. Realistically speaking, it’s down to these three teams in the AFC to see who could win Super Bowl. The next best team in the Chiefs face odds of +1700 to win the Super Bowl.Team: Denver BroncosWhen: Sunday February 7thKickoff: 6:30 PM ESTWhere: Santa Clara, CAStadium: Levi’s StadiumWeather: Unknown at this timeOdds: +450 to WIN the Super Bowl (as of 1/7/2016), check back for updated odds here at Mybookie.agWatch: CBSStream: On CBS SportsListen: On NFL.comRecord Against NFC Opponents: 4-0Record Against Playoff Contenders: 5-2

Denver Broncos NFL Odds Analysis:

Who knows what to make of the season the Broncos have put together. A team under Peyton Manning being carried by the defense is simply unheard of. Manning finally regressed, but according to recent news he will be starting for the Broncos during the postseason once more. After making a showing in their last game against the Chargers, Manning looked to be his old self once more, but it’s easy to speculate that he’s still feeling the after-effects of his foot injury. If the Broncos end up winning the Super Bowl, it won’t be because their high-flying attack was too much for defenses. It’ll be because their dominant defense and ball-controlling offense was enough to wade off their opponent.
If there's a QB in the league who can be dubbed as the best there is, it's this guy.
Cheating or no cheating you can’t deny that Brady and his Pats can play some great ball.
Team: New England PatriotsWhen: Sunday February 7thKickoff: 6:30 PM ESTWhere: Santa Clara, CAStadium: Levi’s StadiumWeather: Unknown at this timeOdds: +350 to WIN the Super Bowl (as of 1/7/2016), check back for updated odds here at Mybookie.agWatch: CBSStream: On CBS SportsListen: On NFL.comRecord Against NFC Opponents: 4-0Record Against Playoff Contenders: 3-1

New England Patriots NFL Odds Analysis:

The Patriots are the current favorite in the AFC to win the Super Bowl, and up until a few weeks ago, they looked to be the only real contender. After two straight regular season losses to finish the season, the Patriots lost home field advantage to the Denver Broncos, meaning if they end up facing the Broncos, they’ll have to play on their field. As bad as the Patriots have looked recently, they’re still a betting favorite behind their dominant defense and Tom Brady. In January it’s hard to bet against a man who’s won so many Super Bowls, and is coming off a Super Bowl victory last February.
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