February 1, 2015 is a long way off, and anything can happen - but fans of the Denver Broncos should like the most recent Super Bowl odds.

The Denver Broncos are presently the odds-on favorite not just to get to the Super Bowl, but to win it all, with 13-2 odds. The defending champion Seattle Seahawks are a close second at 15-2 as part of a three-way tie with New England and San Francisco.

According to Bovada's online sports book, Jacksonville has the longest odds at 250-1 odds. While, Tennessee, Buffalo, and Oakland are all long shots at 100-1.

You can see where all teams rank here.

Broncos' quarterback Peyton Manning had a record-breaking MVP season last year. Can we expect him to duplicate that success?

While I have my doubts, the oddsmakers have made Manning the odds-on favorite to repeat as league MVP.

Detroit Lions' wide receiver Calvin Johnson is the favorite to lead the league in receiving yards with odds at 13-5. Close behind the odds akers have Dex Bryant, Julio Jones, and Broncos receiver Demaryius Thomas.

They even have odds on which NFL coach will be the first to be fired. Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett carries that honor with 2-1 odds.

Only time will tell how everything is going to pan out. Regardless of the odds, Denver fans will feel the season is a complete waste if it does not culminate in a Super Bowl victory, especially now that they have been tabbed as the favorite to win it all.