As I've done several times this offseason, one more check in to see how Vegas is handicapping the 2010 NFL season, at least in terms of who's getting what odds to win it all next February. I thought that the injury to Willie Colon might slide the Steelers even lower than they were in mid-June when their odds slipped down to 20/1.
Let's see if it did after the jump.
As it turns out, a quick check of the latest trends in football betting doesn't show nearly as much movement this past month as there was following the first set of mini-camps in the wake of the draft. Those teams whose odds shifted are in italics. Anyway, not too much here. We'll check in once again in the middle of the preseason to see what likely substantial shifts have occurred.
|Team||Odds (Feb.)||Odds (post Draft)||Odds (mid-June)||Odds (mid-July)|
|Green Bay Packers||12/1||14/1||14/1||14/1|
|Kansas City Chiefs||100/1||100/1||90/1||90/1|
|New England Patriots||10/1||9/1||12/1||12/1|
|New Orleans Saints||10/1||9/1||9/1||9/1|
|New York Giants||20/1||25/1||25/1||25/1|
|New York Jets||25/1||12/1||10/1||10/1|
|San Diego Chargers||8/1||10/1||11/1||11/1|
|San Francisco 49ers||45/1||30/1||30/1||25/1|
|St. Louis Rams||100/1||100/1||100/1||100/1|
|Tampa Bay Buccaneers||100/1||100/1||100/1||100/1|