Super Bowl odds: Bears a longshot at 60-to-1

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The Bears were dead last in USA Today’s preseason power rankings, which were released back in May. They were 26th in Yahoo’s latest rankings, released Monday.

The media, it appears, isn’t alone in having a low opinion of the Bears in 2015. The oddsmakers at MyTopSportsbooks.com give the Bears a 60-to-1 shot at winning the Super Bowl. They are ahead of only seven teams, with Tennessee bringing up the rear at 200-to-1.

The Seahawks are the favorite at 5-to-1, and the Packers are next at 6-to-1.

The Bears are 35-to-1 win the NFC Championship, ahead of only the Redskins (50-to-1) and Buccaneers (75-to-1).

Here are the complete Super Bowl odds for every NFL team, via MyTopSportsbooks.com:

Seattle Seahawks: 5/1

Green Bay Packers: 6/1

New England Patriots: 9/1

Indianapolis Colts: 10/1

Denver Broncos: 12/1

Dallas Cowboys: 14/1

Philadelphia Eagles: 18/1

Arizona Cardinals: 22/1

Pittsburgh Steelers: 25/1

Baltimore Ravens: 25/1

Cincinnati Bengals: 30/1

Kansas City Chiefs: 30/1

New York Giants: 30/1

Miami Dolphins: 35/1

Minnesota Vikings: 35/1

Buffalo Bills: 40/1

Atlanta Falcons: 40/1

Carolina Panthers: 40/1

Detroit Lions: 45/1

Houston Texans: 45/1

New Orleans Saints: 45/1

San Diego Chargers: 45/1

San Francisco 49ers: 45/1

St. Louis Rams: 45/1

Chicago Bears: 60/1

New York Jets: 75/1

Oakland Raiders: 75/1

Washington Redskins: 90/1

Cleveland Browns: 100/1

Tampa Bay Buccaneers: 150/1

Jacksonville Jaguars: 150/1

Tennessee Titans: 200/1

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