By Ryan O’Halloran
Just because the 2011 NFL season isn’t completed hasn’t stopped Vegas from looking ahead.
And it doesn’t look good for the Redskins.
LVH SuperBook today released its 2012 Super Bowl odds (the game will be played in February 2013) and the Redskins are one of four teams who are the longest shots on the board at 100-1.
Also 100-1 are Rams, Jaguars and Browns.
All four teams finished last in their division this season and St. Louis (Jeff Fisher) and Jacksonville (Mike Mularkey) will have new head coaches.
The Redskins are the only team of the quartet to not have a young quarterback currently on the roster.
Green Bay (5-1), New Orleans (6-1) and New England (8-1) top the table.
The other NFC East odds are Philadelphia (12-1) and Dallas/Giants (both 20-1).