Chiefs And Raiders Share Something In Common

kansas_city_chiefs_logo_175thumbnail1.jpgI was looking around the typical football sites and I saw a post talking about football odds. I was surprised to think that football odds are even out right now, but I had to look at the Chiefs‘ odds. At first, I noticed that we were the second lowest team in the league with 100/1 odds (the Falcons were the worst with 125/1).

Then I kept looking around and found one more team with those odds and it was the Oakland Raiders. I was surprised to see that both teams shared something in common, “Most Likely Top Three Draft Pick” in the 2009 NFL Draft. Even teams like the Miami Dolphins, San Francisco 49ers, Arizona Cardinals, and many more had better odds. Seriously people, the Miami Dolphins? I would prepare myself for a long and “growing” season with the Chiefs.

Here are the complete odds:

Arizona Cardinals 50/1

Atlanta Falcons 125/1

Baltimore Ravens 50/1

Buffalo Bills 80/1

Carolina Panthers 55/1

Chicago Bears 30/1

Cincinnati Bengals 40/1

Cleveland Browns 28/1

Dallas Cowboys 8/1

Denver Broncos 40/1

Detroit Lions 65/1

Green Bay Packers 20/1

Houston Texans 60/1

Indianapolis Colts 7/1

Jacksonville Jaguars 14/1

Kansas City Chiefs 100/1

Miami Dolphins 80/1

Minnesota Vikings 30/1

New England Patriots 10/3

New Orleans Saints 25/1

New York Giants 14/1

New York Jets 70/1

Oakland Raiders 100/1

Philadelphia Eagles 22/1

Pittsburgh Steelers 25/1

San Diego Chargers 8/1

San Francisco 49ers 80/1

Seattle Seahawks 28/1

St.Louis Rams 65/1

Tampa Bay Buccaneers 40/1

Tennessee Titans 35/1

Washington Redskins 35/1

Topics: Atlanta Falcons, Kansas City Chiefs, Miami Dolphins, Oakland Raiders, Odds

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