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Super Bowl 50 odds: 49ers continue creeping longer and longer

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For the first time in a few years, the 49ers are not among the favorites for the Super Bowl. It is not surprising, and the gambling odds are getting longer.

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The San Francisco 49ers have wrapped up their offseason workout program, and apparently the positive vibes are not enough to improve betting odds. Shortly after the Super Bowl, the 49ers were installed at 25/1 to win the Super Bowl. Shortly after the 2015 NFL Draft wrapped up, the 49ers were bumped to 33/1. Bovada.lv has updated the odds again following offseason workout programs, and the 49ers have been bumped again to 40/1.

The 49ers saw a lot of change between the Super Bowl and the draft, with numerous retirements and free agency departures. I get the bump in odds. The only thing that has significantly changed since then is the retirement of Anthony Davis. I don't think that alone caused the change, but I would not be surprised if it only added to people not liking the 49ers chances in 2015.

On that note, I'm actually headed to Las Vegas later this week for the July 4th holiday. I'll be flying into Las Vegas Wednesday afternoon, driving out of town Thursday morning with my family, returning Sunday night, sticking around all day Monday and leaving Tuesday morning. I'd consider putting $10 on the 49ers for the Super Bowl, but I should probably wait until the very last minute just in case anybody decides to retire or do something stupid while I'm out there. And I'm only like 5 percent joking about waiting to place a Super Bowl wager.

Super Bowl odds

Green Bay Packers: 6/1
Seattle Seahawks: 13/2
Indianapolis Colts: 8/1
New England Patriots: 9/1
Dallas Cowboys: 10/1
Denver Broncos: 12/1
Philadelphia Eagles: 20/1
Arizona Cardinals: 25/1
Baltimore Ravens: 25/1
Pittsburgh Steelers: 25/1
New York Giants: 28/1
Buffalo Bills: 33/1
Cincinnati Bengals: 33/1
Minnesota Vikings: 33/1
Kansas City Chiefs: 33/1
Miami Dolphins: 33/1
Detroit Lions: 40/1
San Francisco 49ers: 40/1
St. Louis Rams: 40/1
Atlanta Falcons: 40/1
Carolina Panthers: 40/1
New Orleans Saints: 40/1
New York Jets: 50/1
Chicago Bears: 50/1
Houston Texans: 50/1
San Diego Chargers: 50/1
Oakland Raiders: 66/1
Cleveland Browns: 75/1
Tampa Bay Buccaneers: 100/1
Washington: 125/1
Jacksonville Jaguars: 200/1
Tennessee Titans: 200/1