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Super Bowl 2013 Odds: Tampa Bay Buccaneers 100-1 Long Shots

Sunday's conclusion to the 2011-'12 NFL season, which featured the New York Giants defeating the New England Patriots, 21-17, in Super Bowl 2012 means, that Monday is the official start of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers '12-13 campaign. And according to Las Vegas oddsmakers at the MGM Grand, the Bucs have long-shot odds (100-1) to win the 2013 Super Bowl.

The Buccaneers, who finished last season with the NFC South's worst record (4-12) and just hired an unproven head coach Greg Schiano, have lightly better odds than the Washington Redskins (125-1) and Jacksonville Jaguars (150-1), who are at the bottom of the totem pole.

Meanwhile, the Patriots (5-1) are the odds-on favorite to win it all over the Green Bay Packers (11-2), Pittsburgh Steelers (6-1) and Philadelphia Eagles (6-1) and defending champion Giants (8-1).

Here's the complete list:

New England Patriots    5-1
Green Bay Packers      11-2
Pittsburgh Steelers     6-1
Philadelphia Eagles     6-1
New York Giants         8-1
New Orleans Saints     10-1
San Francisco 49ers    10-1
San Diego Chargers     12-1
Houston Texans         12-1
Chicago Bears          17-1
Detroit Lions          18-1
Atlanta Falcons        18-1
Dallas Cowboys         20-1
Baltimore Ravens       20-1
New York Jets          20-1
Indianapolis Colts     25-1
Tennessee Titans       30-1
Cincinnati Bengals     30-1
Buffalo Bills          50-1
Kansas City Chiefs     50-1
Seattle Seahawks       50-1
Denver Broncos         50-1
Carolina Panthers      50-1
Miami Dolphins         50-1
St. Louis Rams         50-1
Oakland Raiders        60-1
Minnesota Vikings      60-1
Arizona Cardinals      60-1
Cleveland Browns       75-1
Tampa Bay Buccaneers  100-1
Washington Redskins   125-1
Jacksonville Jaguars  150-1

For more on the Buccaneers, visit the SB Nation blog Bucs Nation.

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