New England Patriots
Super Bowl XLV Odds
After winning the AFC East title a season ago, the New England Patriots Super Bowl XLV Odds attest to the fact that oddsmakers believe the Patriots will be among the contender to compete for the NFL championship this season. New England is led by quarterback Tom Brady, a three-time Super Bowl winner, but has endured his longest drought without a Super Bowl title under his tenure at the helm. New England was dismantled in a surprise upset in the first round of the playoffs last season by the Baltimore Ravens. Entering this NFL season, the Patriots have a bitter taste in their mouths from the embarrassing loss and will try to reach their goals of a Super Bowl title.
The 2011 Super Bowl Odds for New England Patriots have the team installed at 12 to 1, which puts them near the top of betting favorites throughout the entire league. New England knows better than most teams over the course of the last two season that injuries can devastate a season and shift odds. Two years ago Brady was injured in the first game of the year and was out for the entire season. Last season, slot receiver Wes Welker was also out for the season, who was Brady's go-to target. Be sure to keep current with the Super Bowl XLV Odds for New England Patriots as they progress through training camp and on into the regular season on our page.
2010 New England Patriots Team Report