A day before the 2015 NFL season officially kicks off, the Green Bay Packers and Indianapolis Colts currently stand as the betting favorites to meet in Super Bowl 50, according to the latest odds from Bovada.lv.

Green Bay’s the pick to come out of the NFC, with 6/1 odds of winning the Super Bowl, after coming up just short against the Seattle Seahawks in last year’s NFC Championship. The Seahawks are just ahead of Indianapolis at 13/2 odds compared to the Colts' mark of 17/2.

It’s of little coincidence that the two favorites happen to have arguably the two best quarterbacks in the league, with the Packers sending out reigning MVP Aaron Rodgers and the Colts Andrew Luck after he led the NFL with 40 touchdown passes last season.

Evidently, the Packers' loss of receiver Jordy Nelson hasn’t hurt their chances of winning the title for the first time since 2010. Green Bay still boast running back Eddie Lacy and receivers Randall Cobb and Davante Adams, as well as one of the league’s top pass rushes.

Indianapolis made some upgrades on offense this season in the hopes of returning to the Super Bowl since Peyton Manning was under center. The Colts added veteran All-Pro receiver Andre Johnson and running back Frank Gore to Luck’s arsenal, and play in one of the league’s weaker divisions, the AFC South. In fact, the Colts' closest competitor in the division, in the eyes of odds makers, is the Houston Texans, and they are listed at 50/1.

Seattle aims for its third straight Super Bowl appearance behind one of the league’s greatest defenses. The Seahawks, who have led the league in total defense and points allowed the last two seasons, sport safety Earl Thomas and cornerback Richard Sherman in the secondary and have defensive ends Michael Bennett and Cliff Avril rushing the passer.

Head coach Pete Carroll also placed some new weapons beside quarterback Russell Wilson and running back Marshawn Lynch by trading for former Saints Pro Bowl tight end Jimmy Graham and drafting receiver Tyler Lockett in the third round.

The Seahawks are gunning for even more history this season, with no team able to reach the Super Bowl three straight times since the Buffalo Bills four-year stretch back in the early 1990s.

Over in the AFC, the defending champion New England Patriots hold steady as Indianapolis’ main competition at 9/1 odds, followed by the Denver Broncos at 14/1, and the Baltimore Ravens and Pittsburgh Steelers each at 20/1.

The Patriots’ title defense received a huge boost after quarterback Tom Brady’s four-game suspension for “Deflategate” was shot down by a federal judge last week, and he along with tight end Rob Gronkowski and receiver Julian Edelman should post one of the league’s highest scoring offenses this season.

The Broncos and quarterback Manning are now led by first-year head coach Gary Kubiak, and still have a dangerous pair of receivers in Demaryius Thomas and Emmanuel Sanders, with running back C.J. Anderson expected to have a breakout season.

Check out the full list of odds below.

Odds To Win Super Bowl

Green Bay Packers 6/1

Seattle Seahawks 13/2

Indianapolis Colts 17/2

Philadelphia Eagles 17/2

New England Patriots 9/1

Dallas Cowboys 14/1

Denver Broncos 14/1

Pittsburgh Steelers 20/1

Baltimore Ravens 20/1

Miami Dolphins 25/1

Minnesota Vikings 28/1

Kansas City Chiefs 33/1

Arizona Cardinals 33/1

Detroit Lions 33/1

Atlanta Falcons 40/1

New Orleans Saints 40/1

San Diego Chargers 40/1

New York Giants 50/1

Buffalo Bills 50/1

Cincinnati Bengals 50/1

Carolina Panthers 50/1

Houston Texans 50/1

San Francisco 49ers 66/1

St. Louis Rams 66/1

Chicago Bears 75/1

Oakland Raiders 75/1

New York Jets 100/1

Cleveland Browns 100/1

Tampa Bay Buccaneers 100/1

Washington Redskins 125/1

Jacksonville Jaguars 200/1

Tennessee Titans 200/1