May 3, 2013; Louisville, KY, USA; A general view of a betting board and results board before the 2013 Kentucky Oaks at Churchill Downs. Mandatory Credit: Jerry Lai-USA TODAY Sports

Oakland Raiders given 250/1 odds to win Super Bowl

Going 1-3 in the preseason and having an over/under on wins and losses set at 5.5 by many sportsbooks, the Oakland Raiders have very low expectations by NFL analysts and oddsmakers alike.

Las Vegas betting website Bovada.lv has announced its future odds for winning Super Bowl XLVIII, and with Terrelle Pryor expected to start at quarterback, the Raiders were given a 250/1 shot at winning the 48th Super Bowl. Not a surprise given that the Las Vegas handicappers are setting the Raiders projected wins at 5.5. If you are looking for a longshot and have the faith in the Raider Nation you might find a nice payday if the unthinkable happens and you have the stones to take the 250/1 dogs in the Silver and Black.

Listed below are the full Bovada.lv odds for all 32 teams:

Odds to win Super Bowl XLVIII:
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

Who is your bet to win the Super Bowl before the season? Let us know in the comments.

 

 

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