This year's wins and losses are still a recent memory, but the oddsmakers are already out with their 2013-2014 season Super Bowl predictions. For diehard NFL and NCAA bettors, this is the time to get in on the early action. NFL futures betting has some of the highest payouts you'll see anywhere. The bottom line? The earlier you get your bets in, the higher your payouts are likely to be. Your $100 bet could earn you as much as $20,000 - if the Oakland Raiders or Jacksonville Jaguars pull off an amazing season. You'll get similar payoffs - and even higher ones - if you're willing to go out on a limb and bet NCAA football futures, where some teams are bucking 500 to 1 odds. Your $100 bet could pay out a cool $50,000. Hey, BC could pull off a miracle again, right? However, if you're looking for a safer bet, you can subscribe to a 2013-14 NFL and NCAA football picks package for expert advice on where to put your $100 for the best chance of winning the most money.

Super Bowl Futures Odds

Right now, the oddsmakers have the Denver Broncos (6-1), New England Patriots (6-1) and the San Francisco 49ers (13-2) as favorites to win the 2014 Super Bowl. That's hardly a surprise. Here's the thing, though. If you're playing a long game, you could play it totally safe and still come out $500 ahead by betting on the favorites.

Or not. The reality is that in four of the last five seasons, the eventual Super Bowl winners started the season with odds ranging from 12-1 to 25-1. Anyone who took the Saints before the season started in 2010, for example, walked away with $25 for every buck they bet. Who could have figured that? Someone did, and chances are that someone got his tip from an expert who figured up the odds, used his insider knowledge and tipped off his subscribers that the Saints were the team to watch this year.

What does the 2014 Super Bowl have in store? If history is any indicator, this might be the year to pick the Green Bay Packers, who are starting out at 12-1 odds, the Atlanta Falcons (16-1) or the Houston Texans (20-1). If you sign up for 2013-14 NFL and NCAA football picks, you can keep your eye on the line and get great advice on which one is your best bet.

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