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NFL – Can Patriots domination continue?

September 6th, 2019 Home, Media & Journalism, News & Events, Press Release, Sport

New England Patriots are favourites to claim a record breaking seventh Super Bowl crown this coming season.

The Patrtiots have become a dominant force in the NFL, the like of which has never been seen before.

Head coach Bill Belichick, along with his quarter-back Tom Brady, have broken just about every record insight, although a seventh win would put them ahead of Pittsburgh Steelers – who also have six Vince Lombardi trophy wins, but over a somewhat larger period of time.

All of The Patrtios wins have come this century, whilst just two of The Steelers’ have come since 2000.

Super Bowl Appearances Team Wins Losses
11 New England Patriots 6 5
8 Pittsburgh Steelers 6 2
8 Dallas Cowboys 5 3
8 Denver Broncos 3 5
6 San Francisco 49ers 5 1
5 Green Bay Packers 4 1
5 New York Giants 4 1
5 Washington Redskins 3 2
5 Los Angeles/Oakland Raiders 3 2
5 Miami DolphinsA 2 3
4 Baltimore/Indianapolis Colts 2 2
4 St. Louis/Los Angeles Rams 1 3
4 Minnesota Vikings 0 4
4 Buffalo Bills 0 4
3 Seattle Seahawks 1 2
3 Philadelphia Eagles 1 2
2 Baltimore Ravens 2 0
2 Kansas City Chiefs 1 1
2 Chicago Bears 1 1
2 Cincinnati Bengals 0 2
2 Carolina Panthers 0 2
2 Atlanta Falcons 0 2
1 New York Jets 1 0
1 Tampa Bay Buccaneers 1 0
1 New Orleans Saints 1 0
1 San Diego/Los Angeles Chargers 0 1
1 Houston Oilers/Tennessee Titans 0 1
1 St. Louis/Arizona Cardinals 0 1
0 Cleveland Browns 0 0
0 Detroit Lions 0 0
0 Jacksonville Jaguars 0 0
0 Houston Texans 0 0

And Bookmakers across the world, are not going against The Pats, who will again be led by the Belichick-Brady axis…and they make them 6/1 favourites, although they are just ahead of the highly fancied Kansas City Chiefs – who they will compete with to win their conference the AFC.

In the other Conference, the favourites are the Los Angeles Rams and New Orleans Saint – both 9/1 for the Super Bowl, and who met in a hugely controversial NFC final game in the Superdome which saw the Rams come out on top, before then losing in the Super Bowl to New England.

2018 winners Philadelphia are also fancied to make a good run at it, but then interestingly you have two teams who two teams who have never made the Super Bowl – in the shape of Los Angeles Chargers and the much hyped Cleveland Browns, fresh from acquiring arguably the biggest star in the NFL, Odell Beckham Junior.

OddsMonkey spokesman Peter Watton commented: “The NFL has never been more popular in the UK and you only have to look at the host of betting markets, there is not one Bookmaker who doesn’t offer multiple markets.

“In terms of this season, it looks a wonderful one and the joy of the NFL is that it is so hard to pick a winner, but again it is hard to imagine the New England Patriots not being in the mix.

“But teams like the Chiefs, Saints and Rams are getting a lot of backing but we are hearing The Browns are one of the most backed teams around.”

Selected Super Bowl odds:
New England Patriots 6/1
Kansas City Chiefs 7/1
Los Angeles Rams 9/1
New Orleans Saints 9/1
Philadelphia Eagles 10/1
Los Angeles Chargers 12/1
Cleveland Browns 14/1
Pittsburgh Steelers 16/1
Green Bay Packers 16/1
Chicago Bears 18/1
Dallas Cowboys 20/1
Minnesota Vikings 25/1
Seattle Seahawks 28/1
Houston Texans 28/1
Jacksonville Jaguars 33/1
Baltimore Ravens 33/1
Atlanta Falcons 33/1
Carolina Panthers 40/1
San Francisco 49ers 40/1
Tennessee Titans 50/1
Tampa Bay Buccaneers 50/1
New York Jets 50/1
Indianapolis Colts 66/1
Denver Broncos 80/1
Buffalo Bills 100/1
Detroit Lions 100/1
Oakland Raiders 100/1
New York Giants 125/1
Washington Redskins 125/1
Arizona Cardinals 150/1
Cincinnati Bengals 150/1
Miami Dolphins 400/1

*Odds correct at time of writing

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