Latest NFL Super Bowl XLV odds and Market Moves...
November 9th, 2010: The Pittsburgh Steelers have been cut to win the Super Bowl after they beat the Cincinatti Bengals 27-21 on Monday night, with the Steelers now joint-favourites with some firms.
As of Tuesday morning, the Steelers were a best price 8/1 (Sky Bet) to go all the way in the NFL this season, with the New York Giants a best price 15/2 (also Sky Bet) and the Baltimore Ravens 8/1 at William Hill.
No fewer than six sides remain 9/1 or shorter with at least one firm at time of writing with the Green Bay Packers, New York Jets and Atlanta Falcons all currently single digits.
October 29th, 2010: With NFL's Wembley game taking place this weekend, bookmakers William Hill are expecting their NFL turnover to double this week as the San Francisco 49ers give up a home game to take on the Denver Broncos at Wembley Stadium.
William Hill make the 49ers 5/7 favourites to win the Wembley clash, with the Broncos 6/5.
Hill's spokesman Rupert Adams told Oddspreview: "Over the last few years, turnover has increased as a result of the Wembley game and we are happy to see it back."
Hills offer 10/11 that there are more than 42 points scored during the game as they see a high scoring game happening in London. It's 7/4 that three or four touchdowns are scored and 15/8 that five or six are scored.
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October 25th, 2010: The New York Jets and Pittsburgh Steelers have been cut to win the Super Bowl, with both available at 7/1 on Monday morning with Boylesports.
The same firm make Baltimore 9/1 after they beat Buffalo in overtime to go 5-2 on Sunday, while New England are 10/1 after beating San Diego 23-20.
Green Bay are 12/1 with totesport to go all the way for the second year in a row after they beat Minnesota.
October 19th, 2010: The Tennessee Titans have been cut to a best price 25/1 with William Hill to win the Super Bowl after their 30-3 win over Jacksonville Jaguars on Monday night.
With stand-in quarterback Kerry Collins impressing, the Titans moved to 4-2 for the season.
On Monday, the New York Jets (13/2) led the Super Bowl market after their weekend win over Denver.
October 11th, 2010: The Green Bay Packers suffered another defeat on Sunday night and their 16-13 loss to the Washington Redskins has seen them drift out to a general 10/1 win the Super Bowl.
William Hill have installed the Baltimore Ravens as their favourites, while Ladbrokes on Monday made the New York Jets their favourites to win the Super Bowl, with five NFL teams now 9/1 or shorter with at least one bookmaker.
A win for the Jets tonight against Minnesota will almost certainly see their price shorten again.
October 4th, 2010: Indianapolis have drited to win the Super Bowl and are out to 10/1 with Stan James following another defeat on Sunday.
Green Bay have been trimmed to 15/2 favourites with Sky Bet after they went 3-1 with a win over Detroit.
Baltimore's win over Pittsburgh has seen them trimmed to a general 10/1 while defending champions New Orleans are 11/1 with Blue Square after they beat Carolina on Sunday night.
September 29th, 2010: Sky Bet have eased the Green Bay Packers to 15/2 (from 13/2) for the Super Bowl after suffering their first defeat on Monday night.
The Packers went down 20-17 to Chicago Bears thanks to a Robbie Gould 19-yard field goal with just four seconds left. The Bears, who are now 3-0 for the season, are 18/1 (from 28/1) for Super Bowl glory.
Indianapolis are the 8/1 second favourites with defending champions New Orleans next best at 19/2.
Sky Bet’s NFL expert Phil Charlton said: "The two favourites in the Super Bowl betting going into Week 3 were both beaten, which has now thrown the competition wide open.
"We’ve seen some good money for Green Bay in recent weeks and they represent the worst result in our book.
"Probably the most impressive performance of the week was Atlanta’s victory against the defending Super Bowl champions New Orleans, which saw them cut to 12/1 from 20/1."
September 29th, 2010: William Hill cut the Bears to 20/1 (from 33/1) to win Super Bowl XLV following Monday night's win and spokesman Joe Crilly said: "An unbeaten start to the season is usually a good indication as to who will be around post-season.
"Both of last year’s Super Bowl finalists were unbeaten at this stage last year."
Hill's make Pittsburgh 4/6 favourites to be the team which goes the longest unbeaten, with Chicago 5/4 and the Chiefs 12/1.