The Super Bowl 2015 predictions are ramping up following an interesting Wild-Card weekend.
Four teams are eliminated from the playoffs but four games will still be played next weekend, with the teams that earned a bye joining the fray.
The Seattle Seahawks and New England Patriots are currently at the top of the odds, from Bovada, at 2/1 and 10/3, respectively.
Both teams had a bye week. The Seahawks will face the visiting Carolina Panthers on Saturday, while the Patriots will host the Baltimore Ravens on Saturday. The Panthers (28/1) and Ravens (18/1) have the slimmest odds of winning the Super Bowl.
The Green Bay Packers (11/2) and Denver Broncos (6/1) Indianapolis Colts (45/2) are third and fourth in regards to the highest odds to win the big game.
The Broncos host the Indianapolis Colts on Sunday.
The Packers host the Dallas Cowboys, also on Sunday.
The Cowboys (7/1) and Colts (16/1) are in the middle of the odds pack.
Bovada has the exact matchup most likely to occur as the Patriots against the Seahawks (9/4), with the Broncos against the Seahawks close behind (4/1)
Other likely scenarios are the Patriots against the Packers (11/2) or Cowboys (9/1), or the Broncos against the Packers (9/1) or Cowboys (12/1).
The other scenarios high in the odds are the Colts against the Seahawks (14/1) and the Ravens against the Seahawks (16/1).
The Patriots have seen their odds decrease over the past couple days because the Ravens have experience winning in Foxborough during the playoffs.