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Place Your Bets: Early odds for 2015 Super Bowl
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It's all over.

The Seattle Seahawks crushed the favored Denver Broncos 43-8 to claim their first Super Bowl title on Sunday night (see story).

According to RJ Bell of Pregame.com, it was the most points any Super Bowl underdog has ever won the game by (35).

Linebacker Malcolm Smith was such a longshot to win Super Bowl MVP he didn't even have individual odds listed and, like all unlisted players, was included in the "field" -- which paid out 20 to 1 on average.

Smith was one of many Seahawks defenders who stood out Sunday evening. The "Legion of Boom" started fast, tackling Knowshon Moreno in the end zone on the game's first play for a safety. The odds of the game's first score being a safety were 50/1 -- that's one prop that hurt all sports books.

Vegas isn't wasting any time releasing the 2015 Super Bowl odds, either.

The champion Seahawks have 7-to-1 odds to repeat next year. The second-place Broncos aren't far behind at 8/1. 

The Eagles, coming off an NFC East division title, have 30-to-1 odds to win the Super Bowl next season. 

Here's a complete look courtesy of Pregame.com:

• Seahawks: 7 to 1
• Broncos: 8 to 1
• 49ers: 8 to 1
• Patriots: 12 to 1
• Packers: 20 to 1
• Saints: 20 to 1
• Falcons: 25 to 1
• Bengals: 25 to 1
• Panthers: 25 to 1
• Colts: 30 to 1
• Chiefs: 30 to 1
• Eagles: 30 to 1
• Bears: 30 to 1
• Cardinals: 30 to 1
• Cowboys: 40 to 1
• Giants: 40 to 1
• Redskins: 40 to 1
• Lions: 40 to 1
• Rams: 40 to 1
• Steelers: 40 to 1
• Ravens: 40 to 1
• Texans: 40 to 1
• Chargers: 40 to 1
• Dolphins: 50 to 1
• Buccaneers: 60 to 1
• Titans: 60 to 1
• Jets: 75 to 1
• Bills: 75 to 1
• Browns: 75 to 1
• Vikings: 100 to 1
• Jaguars: 200 to 1
• Raiders: 200 to 1