The Arizona Cardinals had one big goal this offseason: Land Peyton Manning in free agency after the quarterback parted with his Indianapolis Colts. Things never materialized though, and the Cardinals now have no Manning. This is a pretty rough blow, and the Cardinals have seen their Super Bowl odds sink from 30/1 (odds after the 2012 Super Bowl) to 50/1 today. Arizona has a lot of work to do if they figure to contend for a title, and with no Manning it's looking like the changes will have to come via the draft and further free agency moves.
After the jump, more on updated Super Bowl odds on various other teams. View the entire list of team odds by clicking here.
The Packers, Patriots and Saints remain the top three team (with slight adjustments in their odds), while the 49ers have made a significant jump up the charts. The team that did end up grabbing Manning (the Denver Broncos) did experience a rise up, seeing their odds leap all the way from 50/1 to 12/1.
To discuss the Cardinals and their Super Bowl possibilities, hit up Revenge of the Birds.