NFL Odds & Ends: Week 16

USA TODAY Sports

Check out these wagering options on the Super Bowl winner as well as a bunch of proposition bets for this weekend's games.

These NFL Week 16 odds & ends come to us courtesy sports wagering site, Bovada.lv:

Odds to win the 2013 Super Bowl XLVII (Teams in blue have shorter odds, teams in red have longer odds, teams in black stayed the same)

Last Week Current

San Francisco 49ers 6/1 9/2

New England Patriots 3/1 19/4

Denver Broncos 6/1 5/1

Houston Texans 6/1 11/2

Atlanta Falcons 9/1 7/1

Green Bay Packers 7/1 15/2

Seattle Seahawks 20/1 16/1

New York Giants 10/1 20/1

Baltimore Ravens 22/1 28/1

Washington Redskins 35/1 28/1

Dallas Cowboys 40/1 30/1

Pittsburgh Steelers 30/1 40/1

Cincinnati Bengals 75/1 50/1

Chicago Bears 35/1 60/1

Indianapolis Colts 40/1 60/1

Minnesota Vikings 150/1 75/1

St. Louis Rams 250/1 Off the Board

New York Jets 300/1 Off the Board

Tampa Bay Buccaneers 500/1 Off the Board

San Diego Chargers 750/1 Off the Board

Miami Dolphins 1000/1 Off the Board

Buffalo Bills 1000/1 Off the Board

Cleveland Browns 1000/1 Off the Board

New Orleans Saints 90/1 Off the Board

Detroit Lions 750/1 Off the Board

Philadelphia Eagles 750/1 Off the Board

Tennessee Titans 1000/1 Off the Board

Arizona Cardinals 1000/1 Off the Board

Oakland Raiders 1000/1 Off the Board

Carolina Panthers 1000/1 Off the Board

Kansas City Chiefs Off the Board Off the Board

Jacksonville Jaguars Off the Board Off the Board

Super Bowl Notes

· In 2011, there were only two regular season favorites to win the Super Bowl with only one change along the way:

o New England from weeks 1-4

o Green Bay from weeks 4-17

o They were co-favorites in week 4

· In 2012, there have been four regular season favorites to win the Super Bowl with six changes along the way:

o Green Bay in Week 1

o New England in weeks 2,7,13,14, and 15

o San Francisco in weeks 3,7, and 16

o Houston in weeks 4 through 14

o In week 7, NE, SF, and Houston were all co-favorites

o In weeks 13 and 14, NE and Houston were co-favorites

Playoff, Divisional, and Team Props

Odds to Win the 2013 AFC North Division

Baltimore Ravens 2/7

Pittsburgh Steelers 5/1

Cincinnati Bengals 5/1

Odds to Win the 2013 NFC East Division

Washington Redskins 5/6

Dallas Cowboys 3/2

New York Giants 9/2

Odds to Win the 2013 NFC West Division

San Francisco 49ers 1/25

Seattle Seahawks 10/1

Chicago Bears - 2012 Will they make the playoffs?

Yes +125 (5/4)

No -160 (5/8)

Cincinnati Bengals - 2012 Will they make the playoffs?

Yes EVEN (1/1)

No -140 (5/7)

Dallas Cowboys - 2012 Will they make the playoffs?

Yes +150 (3/2)

No -200 (1/2)

Minnesota Vikings - 2012 Will they make the playoffs?

Yes +300 (3/1)

No -500 (1/5)

New York Giants - 2012 Will they make the playoffs?

Yes +120 (6/5)

No -160 (5/8)

Pittsburgh Steelers - 2012 Will they make the playoffs?

Yes EVEN (1/1)

No -140 (5/7)

Washington Redskins - 2012 Will they make the playoffs?

Yes -200 (1/2)

No +150 (3/2)

WEEK 16 SPECIALS - Will the Patriots break the single season Points record of 589? (Note: Patriots currently have 506 points, they set the record of 589 in 2007)

Yes +500 (5/1)

No -800 (1/8)

WEEK 16 SPECIALS - Will the Broncos win every game from Week 16 until the Super Bowl becoming Super Bowl Champions? (Note: For this to happen, the Broncos would end up winning 14 straight games)

Yes 11/2

Player Props

Who will win the 2012 NFL Regular Season MVP?

Peyton Manning 2/3

Adrian Peterson 6/5

Tom Brady 10/1

WEEK 16 SPECIALS - Will Adrian Peterson break the single season Rushing record of 2105 Yards?(Note: Peterson needs 293 yards to break the record)

Yes +175 (7/4)

No -250 (2/5)

WEEK 16 SPECIALS - Who will break Michael Strahan's single season record of 22.5 sacks? (Note: Both Smith and Watt currently have 19.5 sacks)

Aldon Smith only 11/4

J.J. Watt only 4/1

Both Smith and Watt 10/1

Neither 1/2

WEEK 16 SPECIALS - Will Calvin Johnson beat Jerry Rice's single season record of 1848 Receiving Yards? (Note: Johnson needs 181 yards to break the record)

Yes -200 (1/2)

No +150 (3/2)

WEEK 16 SPECIALS - Will Calvin Johnson record his 8th game with 100 or more Receiving Yards? (Note: Johnson tied the record last week with his 7th straight game)

Yes -150 (2/3)

No +120 (6/5)

WEEK 16 SPECIALS - Greg McElroy - Total Passing Yards Week 16?

Over/Under 190½

WEEK 16 SPECIALS - Who will be the Jets starting QB Week 1 of the 2013 Regular Season?

Mark Sanchez 6/5

Other QB 5/4

Greg McElroy 5/2

Tim Tebow 12/1

WEEK 16 SPECIALS - Where will Tim Tebow be by Week 1 of the 2013 NFL Season?

Jacksonville Jaguars 3/2

New York Jets 5/2

Any CFL Team 11/2

Buffalo Bills 6/1

Kansas City Chiefs 7/1

Oakland Raiders 10/1

Any UFL/AFL Team 15/1

WEEK 16 SPECIALS - Who will record more Passing Yards Week 16?

Colin Kaepernick (SF) QB -10½

Russell Wilson (SEA) QB +10½

WEEK 16 SPECIALS - Who will record more Rushing Yards Week 16?

Colin Kaepernick (SF) QB -7½

Russell Wilson (SEA) QB +7½

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