Ranked: Which team has the best odds of winning the Super Bowl?

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With NFL training camps already in full swing, we decided to take a look at where the Vegas odds-makers think each NFL franchise stands right now.

We took a look at online betting site Bovada and pulled the numbers, ranking each of the 32 NFL franchises in order from least to most likely to win Super Bowl 51.

The next team on our list is…

Washington Redskins
Apr 28, 2016; Chicago, IL, USA; Josh Doctson (TCU) after being selected by the Washington Redskins as the number twenty-two overall pick in the first round of the 2016 NFL Draft at Auditorium Theatre. Mandatory Credit: Kamil Krzaczynski-USA TODAY Sports /

LAST SEASON: 9-7 (first in NFC East)

COACH: Jay Gruden (third season with the team)


The Redskins were on the upswing at the end of last year, can they keep up that momentum?

Jay Gruden is used to being thought of as a winner — he had a 93-61 career record as head coach in the Arena Football League. He also went 5-4 during his short run at the helm of the United Football League’s Florida Tuskers.

In fact, prior to 2014, Gruden had never coached a team to a losing season.

Thus far, his NFL report card shows only 13 wins and 20 losses.

BOTTOM LINE:  Last year, Gruden led the Redskins to their first playoff appearance since 2012 — admittedly, 9 win season. Now that the team has parted ways with Robert Griffin III, things should really be looking up. Right?

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