New England Patriots Odds to win 2012 Super Bowl

patriots tom brady 2012 super bowlNew England Patriots Odds to win 2012 Super Bowl: Regardless of what happens from now until the end of the Bill Belichick/Tom Brady era in New England, the Patriots are already one of the greatest NFL dynasties.

But even with all the historic achievements, record and championship trophies, you can bet that neither Brady nor Belichick are satisfied with their accomplishments. But, one has to believe that their time to win another ring is running out, however, as this may be one of their last opportunities to make magic happen, again.

Playing in the 2012 AFC Divisional game this week against the Broncos, the Patriots will have a great opportunity to reach the Conference Championship game. If so, New England would meet the winner between the Houston Texans vs Baltimore Ravens matchup.

Having earned the No.1 seed during the regular season, Brady & Co, would have home-field advantage against either the Texans or Ravens. But how realistic are this team’s chances to win the 2012 Super Bowl this year? Can a team as bad as the Pats are defensively really win a ring? Does Brady and his offense really have enough left in the tank to outscore opponents and compensate for their lack of defense?

According to 2012 Super Bowl Odds makers, the only team currently listed with better possibilities of capturing the Vince Lombardi Trophy is the defending champs. Listed with 19/10 Odds to win the 2012 Super Bowl, Aaron Rodgers and Tom Brady are projected to meet on February 5, 2012 at Lucas Oil Stadium with the NFL Championship on the line.

But we are a long ways away from seeing the Packers and Patriots meet in the Super Bowl. Green Bay still has a very tough task ahead of them, as they would have to get past the red-hot NY Giants in order to turn this prophecy into a reality. The winner between the Packers and Giants would take on the victor between the Saints and 49ers.

Here’s a complete list of the Odds to win 2012 Super Bowl:

Green Bay Packers: 19/10

New England Patriots: 11/4

New Orleans Saints: 7/2

Baltimore Ravens: 7/1

San Francisco 49ers: 13/1

New York Giants: 14/1

Houston Texans: 30/1

Denver Broncos: 35/1