The latest 2012 Super Bowl XLVI odds are out on Bodog, and they are not kind to the Washington Redskins. The Redskins are listed as having just 100-1 odds to win the Super Bowl, which is tied for third-lowest in all of football with the Cincinnati Bengals. The only teams with worse odds are the Carolina Panthers and Buffalo Bills, at 150-1.
This essentially means that Bodog believes the Redskins have a one in 100 shot at winning the Super Bowl. If each NFL team was given equal odds, then each would have about a three-percent chance at winning. So really, the Redskins aren't that below average if you think about it. Right?
As for division rivals, the
2000 Redskins Philadelphia Eagles are at 8-1, the Dallas Cowboys, despite going 6-10, are at 16-1, and the New York Giants are at 25-1. The Redskins' odds of winning the NFC are slightly better at 50-1, but not by much.
Whatever. Just another group of haters for John Beck to shut up. The Super Bowl Beckons, y'all.