The AFC appears to be as wide open as it has ever been for any of the teams to reach the Super Bowl 50 betting odds. The #1 seed (Denver) isn’t even the top favorite to get to the title game, and it’s almost as likely that the #6 seed (Pittsburgh) will make it all the way to the championship game. When the regular season came to an end, the Denver Broncos, Cincinnati Bengals and New England Patriots all had identical records of 12-4. Because the Broncos had beaten the other two squads, they got the #1 seed, and home field advantage in the postseason along with it. The next tiebreaker gave the Patriots that #2 seed, which means that they also get a bye and get to play at home unless they face Denver.