Apparently the NFL oddsmakers didn't talk to Alshon Jeffery when they set their Super Bowl LII odds.

Bovada released its initial Super Bowl LII odds one day after the Patriots' historic comeback in Houston over the Falcons, and the Bears are listed at 100:1 to hoist the Vince Lombardi Trophy next year in Minnesota. Only the San Francisco 49ers and Cleveland Browns (150:1) have worse odds.

The long odds are certainly warranted considering the Bears went 3-13 last season and haven't had a winning season since 2012. In fact, the Bears haven't been above .500 at any point in the season since Week 3 of the 2014 season.

The team with the worst record to win the Super Bowl the following year was the 1999 Rams, who went 4-12 (in 1998) before winning Super Bowl XXXIV the following season.

Don't tell any of this to Jeffery, who told this to reporters after the Bears' Week 17 loss to the Vikings: "I guarantee you we are going to win the Super Bowl next year."

If you believe in Jeffery (who will be a free agent this offseason) you can make a pretty penny on the Bears right now. The better bet is to save your money and let the rebuilding process begin at Halas Hall. Last year the Bears were 40:1 to win Super Bowl LI.

Check out the rest of the odds below:

New England Patriots: 5/1

 

Dallas Cowboys: 9/1

Green Bay Packers: 9/1 

Pittsburgh Steelers: 12/1 

Atlanta Falcons: 14/1 

Denver Broncos: 16/1 

Minnesota Vikings: 16/1 

Oakland Raiders: 16/1 

Seattle Seahawks: 16/1 

Carolina Panthers: 25/1 

Indianapolis Colts: 25/1 

Kansas City Chiefs: 25/1 

New York Giants: 25/1

Arizona Cardinals: 33/1 

Tampa Bay Buccaneers: 33/1 

Baltimore Ravens: 40/1 

Detroit Lions: 40/1 

Houston Texans: 40/1

Cincinnati Bengals: 50/1 

Miami Dolphins: 50/1 

New Orleans Saints: 50/1 

Philadelphia Eagles: 50/1 

Tennessee Titans: 50/1 

Washington Redskins: 50/1 

Buffalo Bills: 66/1 

Jacksonville Jaguars: 66/1

Los Angeles Chargers: 66/1 

Los Angeles Rams: 75/1 

New York Jets: 75/1 

Chicago Bears: 100/1 

Cleveland Browns: 150/1

San Francisco 49ers: 150/1