Our Gambling News Section Has Moved. Visit Our New Online Gambling News Section For Current Articles

Washington Redskins Odds To Win The 2010 Super Bowl

NFL News - August 4th, 2009 - Written by Ryan Smith

The Washington Redskins have not made it to the playoffs since the 2007 season, they lost that year in the wild card round, against the Seattle Sea Hawks 14-35. Two years later the Redskins have revamped an already talented football team, and have a good chance to make it back to the playoffs again in 2009. The Redskins only won 8 games last year and finished last in their division, the NFC East. The Washington organization took that 8-8 record as a sign, they must get better, and acted on those instincts, signing Albert Haynesworth, a pro-bowl Nose Tackle to control the defensive line.

The Redskins played well on defense last year ranking in the top ten in almost every defensive category, including 6th in the league in total points allowed at 18.5. With Albert Haynesworth now at Nose Tackle, and De Angelo Hall at Corner Back, the Redskins should be even better on defense to start the season. The Redskins will have to score points to advance in the playoffs in the NFC East division, and the Redskins have trouble scoring the football. The Redskins only averaged 16.6 points per game in 2008, that means they allowed more points than they actually scored last year. All these new acquisitions on defense will not help quarterback Jason Campbell get the ball in the end zone.

As far as finding the 2010 Redskins Super Bowl odds, BetUS is your best bet, they have all the most up to date odds and lines for the super bowl. The Redskins are favored to win the Super Bowl with 40:1 odds this season, that's a good wager to take if you want to win a lucrative pay out. However 40:1 odds means that the sportsbooks have no confidence in the Redskins to win the Super Bowl in Miami. In fact the Redskins have the worst chances of winning the super Bowl, out of all 4 teams in the NFC East division. The Redskins will have to perform well in the 6 games against division rivals, Giants, Cowboys, Eagles, if they want to have a real chance at making the playoffs and the Super Bowl. We know the defense is set for the Washington organization, the only question left, is can quarterback Jason Campbell and head coach Jim Zorn, get on the same page and find away to score touch downs. If the Redskins can find some kind of chemistry early in the season, a Super Bowl birth might actually come to life.

To discuss this and other NFL related stories be sure to check out our new forum at:

betus 2010 redskins super bowl odds