Betting On Atlanta Falcons To Win 2014 Super Bowl

2014 Super Bowl Gambling

The 2012-2013 NFL season was filled with lots of great action, and you can expect more of the same in the 2013-2014 season. There are plenty of teams who are capable of finishing the season as Super Bowl champions.

Last year, it was the Baltimore Ravens who ended on top. Over the next few weeks, we’re going to start looking at some teams that could hoist the Lombardi Trophy this coming season!

Atlanta Falcons Odds to win Super Bowl XLVII from Bookmaker: +1,500

Matt Ryan and the Atlanta Falcons took an important step last year, and they weren’t far at all away from playing in the Super Bowl. The Falcons season ended as they were right on the doorstep of the end zone in their clash with the San Francisco 49ers. This is a team that didn’t need a ton of help in order to be capable of winning the Super Bowl.

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The Falcons made a splash in the NFL Draft this year by trading up to get their single biggest need, a strong cover corner. Desmond Trufant will come into Atlanta and wear Deion Sanders’ old jersey of number 21.

Trufant is a physical cornerback who really blossomed into a great player in his time at Washington.

Trufant was the single biggest reason the Huskies defense gave so many great quarterbacks trouble last year.

Atlanta got some tremendous news when Tony Gonzalez decided to come back after initially retiring after last year. Gonzalez led the team with 93 receptions last year.

The Falcons arguably have the best group of pass catchers in the NFL. Roddy White and Julio Jones are both awesome receivers and Gonzalez is still among the very best in the business.

Matt Ryan is always going to have plenty of great options when these guys are on the field. [soliloquy id=”82219″]

Matt Ryan had his best season as a professional last year. He had gotten a lot of heat about not winning a playoff game, but the Falcons did win a game in the playoffs last year.

Ryan can make all the throws and he has the necessary leadership skills to help this team get to the next level.

What about the running game? Michael Turner’s productivity had dipped quite a bit in the last couple years, and the Falcons decided to make a change. Steven Jackson will now be the primary running back for the Falcons.

He is a little past his prime as well, but Jackson gives the team an even more physical running back.

Jacquizz Rodgers is a nice piece for the team since he catches the ball so well out of the backfield.

Atlanta’s schedule starts and ends with some difficult matchups, but the middle of the schedule has some pretty easy stretches in it. Atlanta is 36-12 in the regular season in the last three years.

The Falcons haven’t gotten to the Super Bowl just yet, but they are knocking on the door!

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