You may not want to hear this if you are superstitious, but:
The Carolina Panthers, have dramatically lowered their odds of winning the Super Bowl in February 2014. The Panthers, authors of a seven-game winning streak that is the longest current streak in the NFL and employers of popular linebacker Luke Kuechly and the NFL's No.1-ranked scoring defense, are now 10-1 to win the Super Bowl. Just before the regular season began, they were 66-1.
So if you put $100 in Las Vegas down on the Panthers right now to win the upcoming Super Bowl and they did, you would get back $1,000. If you had made that same bet in early September and it paid off, you would receive $6,600.
Here are the current odds to win the 43rd Super Bowl, to be played Feb.2nd in (and why is this again?) in New York/New Jersey. The odds are courtesy of Bovada.lv. I have listed the current odds first -- the worst teams aren't even on this list because they won't be making the playoffs. Below that, just for fun, are the odds as they were Sept.3, 2013: