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2017 Super Bowl odds: Where do New York Giants rank?

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Can the Giants win super Bowl 51? Oddsmakers don't like their chances.

The Lombardi Trophy
The Lombardi Trophy
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Super Bowl 50 is history, and the Denver Broncos are champions. Now, what about 2017? Oddsmakers at Bovada have installed the runner-up Carolina Panthers and the New England Patriots as co-favorites at 9/1.

The New York Giants? With new head coach Ben McAdoo and three straight losing seasons oddsmakers put the Giants at 33/1, roughly middle of the NFL pack.

Bovada's odds for the NFC East teams are interesting. The Dallas Cowboys, who won the division in 2014 but fell upon hard times in 2015 with Tony Romo missing most of the season, are 16/1. The Giants and Philadelphia Eagles are both 33/1. The defending champion Washington Redskins get the no respect Rodney Dangerfield treatment, placed at 50/1.

The defending champion Denver Broncos? With Peyton Manning likely retiring and several key free agents probably headed to free agency, Denver is listed at 16/1.

Odds to win the 2017 Super Bowl

Carolina Panthers - 9/1
New England Patriots - 9/1
Seattle Seahawks - 9/1
Green Bay Packers - 12/1
Pittsburgh Steelers - 12/1
Arizona Cardinals - 14/1
Dallas Cowboys - 16/1
Denver Broncos - 16/1
Cincinnati Bengals - 20/1
Indianapolis Colts - 25/1
Kansas City Chiefs - 25/1
Minnesota Vikings - 25/1
Atlanta Falcons - 33/1
Baltimore Ravens - 33/1
Buffalo Bills - 33/1
Detroit Lions - 33/1
New Orleans Saints - 33/1
New York Giants - 33/1
New York Jets - 33/1
Philadelphia Eagles - 33/1
Chicago Bears - 40/1
Houston Texans - 40/1
Los Angeles Rams - 50/1
Miami Dolphins - 50/1
San Diego Chargers - 50/1
San Francisco 49ers - 50/1
Tampa Bay Buccaneers - 50/1
Washington Redskins - 50/1
Jacksonville Jaguars - 66/1
Oakland Raiders - 66/1
Tennessee Titans - 66/1
Cleveland Browns - 150/1