Jacksonville had a 52.0 rating and a 68 share, meaning Nielson estimates more than half of the households in the city were watching the Super Bowl and 68 percent of the households using television were watching the game. Denver had a 51.4 rating and a 63 share.
One reason for the discrepancy is likely that people in Denver turned their TVs off after the game became a rout.
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The Jaguars have the worst chance of winning the Super Bowl next season, according to Bovada.lv. The T-U's Ryan O'Halloran writes that the Jaguars' odds are 100-1. Seattle tops the league with 9-2 odds.