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2016 Super Bowl 50 odds

The opening odds for Super Bowl 50 champions.

Andrew Weber-USA TODAY Sports

The Super Bowl concluded 12 hours ago, and the odds for next year's Super Bowl champions are already open, at least at the Westgate Las Vegas Superbook. Want to know where the Miami Dolphins are, in terms of Las Vegas predicting next year's champion?

This year's Super Bowl runner-up, the Seattle Seahawks, starts as the favorite for the 2016 title, sitting at 5-1. The Super Bowl champion New England Patriots are second at 6-1, followed by the Green Bay Packers at 7-1. The Westgate seems to be betting that Peyton Manning will be back, with the Denver Broncos fourth at 8-1l. The top five are rounded out with the Dallas Cowboys at 12-1 for a Super Bowl 50 championship.

The Dolphins come exactly where you would think an 8-8 team from 2014 would be - 16th. They are tied with the Houston Texans, San Diego Chargers, Kansas City Chiefs, New York Giants, Carolina Panthers, and Atlanta Falcons at 30-1.

After the Patriots and Dolphins, the rest of the AFC East has the Buffalo Bills at 50-1 and the New York Jets at 100-1.

The Tennessee Titans, Oakland Raiders, and Jacksonville Jaguars open as the longest of the long-shots, with 300-1 odds of winning it all next season.

The full list of Super Bowl odds are:

Seahawks: 5-1.
Patriots: 6-1
Packers: 7-1
Broncos: 8-1
Cowboys: 12-1
Eagles: 16-1
Colts: 16-1
Lions: 25-1
Saints: 25-1
Rams: 25-1
49ers: 25-1
Cardinals: 25-1
Steelers: 25-1
Ravens: 25-1
Bengals: 25-1
Texans: 30-1
Chargers: 30-1
Chiefs: 30-1
Giants: 30-1
Panthers: 30-1
Falcons: 30-1
Dolphins: 30-1
Bears: 50-1
Vikings: 50-1
Bills: 50-1
Browns: 50-1
Washington: 100-1
Jets: 100-1
Buccaneers: 200-1
Titans: 300-1
Jaguars: 300-1
Raiders: 300-1.