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Tiger Woods, Rory McIlroy listed as co-favorites to win Deutsche Bank Championship

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We're used to seeing Tiger Woods' name atop Vegas' golf odds when he's in the field. But for the second straight tournament, he's not the only one listed as the favorite for a FedExCup event.

Woods and Rory McIlroy were listed as 7-to-1 favorites last week to win the Barclays (neither was in contention to win on Sunday), and when the Las Vegas Hotel and Casino released their odds for the Deutsche Bank Championship, the two biggest names in the sport were once again listed as co-favorites, this time at 10-to-1.

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We've discussed this before, but it's honestly not a huge shock to see Woods and McIlroy as the chalk picks. They're the biggest names in the sport and likely bring in the most money, so the decision makes a lot of financial sense.

As far as the rest of the field is concerned, Vegas doesn't have a lot of faith in Nick Watney following his victory at the Barclays; he's listed at 40-to-1 to win.

Luke Donald (15/1), Dustin Johnson (15/1), Bubba Watson (20/1) and Jason Dufner (20/1) round out the six top favorites at TPC Boston.

Here's a rundown of Las Vegas Hotel and Casino's top 10 to win the Deutsche Bank Championship (the rest of the odds, as well as head-to-head matchups, come after the jump):

TIGER WOODS 10/1
RORY McILROY 10/1
LUKE DONALD 15/1
DUSTIN JOHNSON 15/1
BUBBA WATSON 20/1
JASON DUFNER 20/1
ADAM SCOTT 25/1
LEE WESTWOOD 25/1
STEVE STRICKER 25/1
BRANDT SNEDEKER 25/1

LOUIS OOSTHUIZEN 25/1
JUSTIN ROSE 30/1
WEBB SIMPSON 30/1
KEEGAN BRADLEY 30/1
PHIL MICKELSON 40/1
NICK WATNEY 40/1
BO VAN PELT 40/1
MATT KUCHAR 40/1
JIM FURYK 40/1
JASON DAY 40/1
RICKIE FOWLER 50/1
GRAEME McDOWELL 50/1
GEOFF OGILVY 50/1
TIM CLARK 50/1
CHARL SCHWARTZEL 50/1
PADRAIG HARRINGTON 50/1
HUNTER MAHAN 50/1
ZACH JOHNSON 50/1
BUD CAULEY 50/1
IAN POULTER 60/1
CARL PETTERSSON 60/1
JOHN SENDEN 60/1
BILL HAAS 60/1
VIJAY SINGH 60/1
ERNIE ELS 80/1
MARTIN LAIRD 80/1
ROBERT GARRIGUS 80/1
RYAN PALMER 80/1
HARRIS ENGLISH 80/1
J.B. HOLMES 80/1
RYAN MOORE 80/1
KYLE STANLEY 100/1
JIMMY WALKER 100/1
SEUNG-YUL NOH 100/1
SCOTT PIERCY 100/1
JOHN HUH 100/1
K.J. CHOI 125/1
AARON BADDELEY 150/1
FIELD (all others) 11/2

TOURNAMENT MATCHUPS:

RORY McILROY -110
TIGER WOODS -110

LUKE DONALD -120
JASON DUFNER EVEN

DUSTIN JOHNSON -110
BUBBA WATSON -110

JUSTIN ROSE EVEN
ADAM SCOTT -120

KEEGAN BRADLEY -110
WEBB SIMPSON -110

MATT KUCHAR -105
BO VAN PELT -115

JASON DAY -120
RICKIE FOWLER EVEN

GEOFF OGILVY -110
JOHN SENDEN -110

TIM CLARK -115
CARL PETTERSSON -105

J.B. HOLMES -110
RYAN MOORE -110

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