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Who are the Super Bowl 2015 favorites?

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Free agency has seen a lot of players come and go and has definitely affected the favorites for Super Bowl success next year.

However, despite all the moves the Denver Broncos have made to improve their defense, the Seattle Seahawks - the team that destroyed them at the MetLife - remain the best backed team for the title again.

“The Green Bay Packers have seen some money over the last week, getting Peppers no doubt contributed to that, and have gone from 16-1 to 10-1," Kevin Bradley of Sports Book Manager of, said.

"Meanwhile the Denver Broncos who have bolstered up their defense a touch have also dropped from 8-1 to 7-1, but are not seeing any backing by our bettors. The Eagles would be the other team that has moved from 25-1 to 18-1 as a result of them being pretty active in the market through keeping their own free agents, trades, and free agent signings.”

The Broncos have brought in T.J Ward, Aqib Talib and DeMarcus Ware to try and rival Seattle and their 'Legion of Boom', while Emmanuel Sanders has come in for Eric Decker.

The Packers addition of Peppers from Chicago isn't perhaps as big as most people believe. Whilst still a top player he is now 34 and only getting older. But a fit an healthy Aaron Rodgers makes Green Bay a threat week in, week out.

One team not mentioned by Bradley is the New England Patriots. Tom Brady and the Pats made the AFC Championship game and came close to reaching the big event.

The additions of Brandon Browner and Darrelle Revis give them the best set of corners in the league. They will be a big challenge for Denver if the two sides meet again in the AFC game.

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