The Seattle Seahawks convincingly beat the Denver Broncos in the 2014 Super Bowl. The team was dominant enough in the regular season and the playoffs that they are the favorites to do it again next year. already has 2015 Super Bowl betting odds for all 32 NFL teams, and the Seahawks are at the top of the list. They lead the way a 9/2 chance of winning back-to-back titles. After their blowout loss, the Broncos come in at third in the league with 8/1 odds.

The San Francisco 49ers didn’t reached big game, but they have been given the second-best chance of winning Super Bowl XLIX. They finished the 2013 regular season at 12-4 and made it to the NFC Championship Game. They were one of three teams to beat the Seahawks this year.

Not every team near the top of the list reached the playoffs. The Atlanta Falcons were one of the most disappointing teams in the league, going 4-12 and earning a top seven draft pick. At 25/1, though, only six teams are given a better chance of hoisting the Vince Lombardi Trophy. The club still has Matt Ryan at quarterback, and suffered key injuries to the likes of Julio Jones and Roddy White.

No team has ever played a Super Bowl in their home stadium, and it’s not likely to happen in 2015. The Arizona Cardinals will host next year’s game, and they are tied at No.14 on the list with five other teams who have 33/1 odds.

Only one team’s odds are as low as 100/1. That honor belongs to the Jacksonville Jaguars. The organization hasn’t had a winning season since 2007. In the last three years, they’ve won a total of 11 games.

Below are the complete betting odds for the 2015 Super Bowl.

Seattle Seahawks 9/2

San Francisco 49ers 15/2

Denver Broncos 8/1

New England Patriots 14/1

Green Bay Packers 16/1

New Orleans Saints 18/1

Atlanta Falcons 25/1

Carolina Panthers 25/1

Chicago Bears 25/1

Cincinnati Bengals 25/1

Philadelphia Eagles 25/1

Indianapolis Colts 28/1

Kansas City Chiefs 28/1

Arizona Cardinals 33/1

Dallas Cowboys 33/1

Detroit Lions 33/1

San Diego Chargers 33/1

New York Giants 33/1

Pittsburgh Steelers 33/1

Baltimore Ravens 40/1

Houston Texans 40/1

Washington Redskins 40/1

St. Louis Rams 40/1

Miami Dolphins 50/1

New York Jets 50/1

Tampa Bay Buccaneers 50/1

Tennessee Titans 50/1

Cleveland Browns 66/1

Buffalo Bills 75/1

Minnesota Vikings 75/1

Oakland Raiders 75/1

Jacksonville Jaguars 100/1