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Browns' Super Bowl odds on rise at Nevada sportsbook chain

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By Mike Wilkening

Winless and already three games out of first place in the AFC North, the Browns' odds to win Super Bowl XLV have risen to 500-1 at Lucky's Race and Sports Book in Nevada as of Wednesday. Cleveland has the same NFL title odds as struggling Buffalo, Detroit and Jacksonville, with all four teams the longest shots on the board.

As of odds set Sept. 22, the Browns were 200-1 to win the Super Bowl at Lucky's, but their odds were boosted by 150 percent this week. The Browns fell 24-17 at Baltimore on Sunday.

The Packers are the current favorites to win the Super Bowl, per Lucky's odds. Green Bay is 7-1, followed by Baltimore and Indianapolis at 9-1.

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