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01/22/2014 12:59 AM

NFL line watch: Which way will the Super Bowl odds move?


Things might settle down as bettors who favor blue-chip teams may determine that all things being equal, throwing money down on the best quarterback in the Super Bowl only makes sense.

Or, those in the know might check the long-range New Jersey weather forecast, see that it calls for temperatures in single-digits and winds gusting up to 40 mph and decide that Peyton Manning’s record in the cold isn’t so hot, and that it’s prudent to bet on Seattle’s defense.

All we know right now about the Denver-Seattle Super Bowl is what we don’t know, and right now those that don’t know include the oddsmakers and sportsbooks.

Some Las Vegas books opened with the game as a pick ‘em, while others had made the Broncos 1.5-point favorites. At offshore sites, which can and do move the Vegas boards, there were similar hour-to-hour adjustments. By early Monday morning the offshore lines ran from Denver -3 to Denver +2.

Denver’s passing game is dependent on decent weather, and Seahawks fans can take some comfort in the extended forecast (which isn’t worth much at this point).

AccuWeather for Feb. 2 in Northern New Jersey is calling for a high of 35 and low of 19 degrees, with a mix of snow and rain. Rain at those temps often translates into ice. And in that type of weather, Manning has often played like a wildebeest with a sprained ankle.

So expect the line to move, at least in the next few days, as early money settles in on one team or another. And that will create shopping opportunities for those with access to Vegas books or those of us with multiple offshore accounts.

Numbers folks have set the total for 47.5, which is close to the average number of points scored in an NFL game – figuring that they might as well split the difference between a terrific offensive team with weapons everywhere, and perhaps the best defensive team to make it to the Super Bowl since 2006, when the James Harrison/Troy Polamalu Steelers took down the Seahawks.

The Super Bowl brings out tons of square money, and squares love the Over. But Denver games have gone Under five straight times, and Under players have cashed on the Seahawks seven consecutive games. If the wind is blowing in the swampland of Northern New Jersey on Feb. 2, the smart money will be on yet another Under.

Always remember the 3 G's Girls,Golf, Gambling not in any particular order......:2thumbs:
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01/22/2014 01:00 AM

Exposing the Top 25: Where the polls went wrong


Each week throughout the college basketball season, Covers Expert Jesse Schule will dissect the new Top 25 rankings, looking for betting value. He'll showcase the most overrated team, along with the most underrated ranked team, and an unranked squad that he feels should be in the Top 25.

Most underrated Top 25 team: Wichita State Shockers (19-0 SU, 12-3-1 ATS)

It's tough to make an argument that the Shockers aren’t underrated. After all, they have the best record in the country at 19-0 and yet they’re ranked behind both Villanova and Michigan State, despite the fact that both those teams have suffered at least one loss this season. There is also the fact that the Shockers are covering the spread in 80 percent of their games so far, a truly amazing statistic considering we are more than halfway through the season.

Critics will say that the Shockers’ schedule doesn't see them play a single ranked opponent all season. That doesn't mean they haven't played any quality teams. They have registered impressive double-digit victories over BYU and DePaul, and they beat Saint Louis and Alabama on the road. We saw what this team was capable in last year's tournament and there is every reason to expect them to be a contender once again this March.

Most overrated Top 25 team: Villanova Wildcats (16-2 SU, 12-4 ATS)

The Wildcats climbed all the way to fourth in the national polls this week. But on the very same day the new rankings came out, they were blown out on their own court by the Creighton Bluejays. They didn't just lose that game - they lost by a staggering 18-point margin at home.

The Wildcats play three straight road games over the next 10 days, then return home to host a dangerous Xavier team. It seems inevitable that Villanova will slide downward in the rankings as the season progresses.

Unranked team that should be ranked: Creighton Bluejays (15-3 SU, 12-5 ATS)

The AP dropped the Bluejays from the rankings this week, after their 10-game winning streak came to an end on the road against Providence. Creighton, though, is almost guaranteed to shoot back up into the rankings after its upset win at Villanova.

Doug McDermott and the boys shot 60 percent from 3-point range in the win over the Wildcats, hitting 21 3-pointers. Any team that is capable of doing that on the road versus one of the nation's Top 5 teams is going to strike fear into any opponent.

Always remember the 3 G's Girls,Golf, Gambling not in any particular order......:2thumbs:
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01/22/2014 06:51 PM

Super Bowl XLVIII action report: Books test bettors with 2.5, admit to inflated total

Odds for Super Bowl XLVIII have been up since Richard Sherman went bananas in Erin Andrews’ postgame interview, and the early betting action has been just as intense as the Seahawks’ shutdown corner.

We talk with Michael Stewart, an oddsmaker for CarbonSports.ag, about the early money on the Big Game and how books are adjusting with still nearly two weeks before the Seattle Seahawks and Denver Broncos kickoff at MetLife Stadium in New Jersey.

Seattle Seahawks vs. Denver Broncos – Open: Pick, Move: -3, Move: -2.5

According to Stewart, the opening line of a pick’em lasted all but five minutes at his book. Action flooded in on the Broncos and books quickly went to -1 and -1.5. That didn’t slow down Denver backers, who quickly pushed the spread to -2.5.

Oddsmakers did their best to stay under the key number of the field goal, bouncing the juice on the Broncos before finally giving in to the market swing, and tagging the Seahawks as field-goal underdogs in the Super Bowl. Money on Seattle has started to show at that spread.

“I've been doing this for 15 years, I've never seen a surge of money come in on one side like that before,” Stewart tells Covers. “We went from pick'em and, within 35 minutes, we were dealing -3 on this game. At Seahawks +3 (-115) /Broncos -3 (-105), we started seeing money come in on the dog and again, we were able to shutdown the flood of Bronco money at that number.”

While the early bettors have voiced their opinion on the Broncos, with 75 percent of the total handle on the Broncos, Stewart and his crew aren’t sold on Denver as a field-goal favorite against the top defense in the NFL, possibly playing in some nasty winter weather on February 2.

“We made this game a pick for a reason and my crew and I believe this game is a complete toss up, so giving the Seahawks three points was just too many in our opinions,” he says.

Stewart tested that theory by dropping the spread to Denver -2.5 (-120), and only 62.5 percent of the bets made after that adjustment were on the Broncos. He says they’re comfortable at that spread because his team is high on Seattle and the fact that Broncos bettors have to lay 20 cents on the dollar to bet the favorite.

“I do believe the enthusiasm on these Broncos will dwindle as we get closer to game time,” says Stewart. “Once pundits and experts bring up Manning's sub-par performances in cold weather, I do believe we'll start to see more Seahawks money. If there's severe weather in this game, I wouldn't be surprised if the Seahawks close the favorite. But, we've got two weeks to deal with this game and this line.”

As for the total for Super Bowl XLVIII, it’s been relatively uneventful when compared to the action on the spread. Most books opened around 48 points and early action has leaned toward the Under, trimming some numbers as low as 47.5. However, Stewart says this number will likely move again – more than likely upwards – by kickoff on Feb. 2.

“This is the Super Bowl and like every other Super Bowl, we're going to need it Under because the public is going to bet this game Over as we get closer to game time,” says Stewart. “The public loves betting Over and they love betting the Super Bowl, so every book in the world is going to need this game Under and we're all dealing a bit of an inflated total at this point.”

Always remember the 3 G's Girls,Golf, Gambling not in any particular order......:2thumbs:
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01/24/2014 01:42 AM

SBXLVIII Outlook

January 22, 2014


Super Bowl XLVIII - Seattle Seahawks (15-3) vs. Denver Broncos (15-3)

Venue: MetLife Stadium
Location: East Rutherford, NJ
Kickoff: Sunday, Feb. 2 - 6:30 p.m. ET
Sportsbook.ag Line: Denver -2.5, Total: 47.5

The top two seeds in the NFL meet up for Super Bowl XLVIII on Feb. 2, as the Seahawks seek their first-ever championship against a Broncos team that last won the title in the 1998 season.

Both teams have identical 15-3 SU records (including 6-2 on the road) heading into the final game of the season, with Seattle going 12-6 ATS and Denver going 11-6-1 ATS. But the makeup of the two clubs is entirely different, as the Seahawks own the league's best defense (14.6 PPG, 283 YPG allowed) while the Broncos have the NFL's top offense with 36.4 PPG and 455 total YPG.

The field conditions appear to favor Seattle, as the club is 10-1 SU (7-4 ATS) on turf this season and its run-oriented offense is more conducive to what is forecast to be the coldest Super Bowl in NFL history with a significant amount of wind. Although Denver has scored a lofty 41.0 PPG on 448 total YPG in its three turf games this season (2-1 SU, 1-2 ATS), the weather is less than ideal for its pass-happy offense.

Both quarterbacks have had excellent seasons, with Seahawks QB Russell Wilson throwing for 3,357 yards (8.2 YPA), 26 TD and 9 INT, and Broncos QB Peyton Manning is coming off the best regular season in NFL history with 5,477 passing yards (8.3 YPA), 55 TD and 10 INT.

These teams used to be in the same division, with Denver holding a 17-6 SU (12-10-1 ATS) advantage in this series since 1992. But they have met just twice over the past decade with Seattle winning 23-20 in 2006, but losing 31-14 in the most recent meeting in 2010 when Kyle Orton outplayed Matt Hasselbeck in the matchup of starting quarterbacks.

Both clubs have loads of favorable betting trends, highlighted by the Seahawks' 10-0 ATS mark in the second half of the season under head coach Pete Carroll versus teams that allow 24+ PPG, winning by an average of 32.0 PPG to 12.0 PPG in this situation.

But the Broncos have thrived with at least two weeks of rest since 1992, going 15-2 ATS and outscoring these opponents by nearly double-digits (29.4 PPG to 19.6 PPG). With the two weeks in between games, both teams will have time to get healthy.

Seattle expects to have both WRs Percy Harvin (head) and Doug Baldwin (hip) on the field, while Denver lists both RB Knowshon Moreno (ribs) and DB Tony Carter (concussion) as probable.

The Seahawks offense is built around a power running game that averages 138 YPG on 4.3 YPC this season. RB Marshawn Lynch is the engine for this elite ground game, piling up 1,506 yards on 351 carries (4.3 YPC) with 15 TD this season, which includes 249 yards on 50 carries (5.0 YPC) and three scores in the playoffs. In two career meetings with Denver when he was with Buffalo, Lynch ran for 133 yards on 30 carries (4.1 YPC) and 2 TD.

The Seattle ground game is also helped out greatly by QB Russell Wilson, who has galloped for 555 yards on 104 carries (5.3 YPC), although he has gained just 16 yards on 13 carries during his team's three-game win streak.

But the Seahawks are capable of throwing the football too, with Wilson completing 63% of his passes for 204 YPG. Wilson hasn't had the services of WR Percy Harvin for nearly the entire season, as he touched the ball just twice during the regular season, but Harvin was a big part of the offense in the team's first playoff win versus New Orleans when he caught three passes for 21 yards in the first half of that game before sustaining a head injury.

Even if Harvin isn't a big part of the team's offense, Wilson has been just fine without him in his playoff career, going 3-1 and completing 61% of his passes for 890 yards (8.5 YPA), 4 TD and just one interception. WRs Golden Tate (942 rec. yards, 5 TD) and Doug Baldwin (914 rec. yards, 5 TD) are his most frequently used receivers, while TE Zach Miller (423 rec. yards, 5 TD) also plays an important role in the passing offense.

The Seahawks have not been great on third downs this season at 37%, and this rate has dropped to 28% over the past five games. But the club has done an excellent job of protecting the football recently, turning the ball over just five times in the past nine games combined.

The Under has occurred seven straight times in Seattle games thanks to a defense that has allowed just 12.0 PPG and 267 total YPG during this seven-game stretch. For the season, the Seahawks have been stingy in stuffing the run (105 YPG on 4.0 YPC) and have been even more proficient in stopping the pass (178 YPG on 5.4 YPA and 58.7% completions). Putting pressure on Peyton Manning will be a key to the team's chances of winning this matchup. Although Seattle has 47 sacks this season, the club has recorded two sacks or less in eight of its past nine games. But the Seahawks have also done an excellent job of forcing mistakes with an impressive 43 takeaways on the season, including 15 over the past five games.

Denver's offense has put up points in bunches all season, scoring at least 20 points in every game, and tallying at least 30 points 13 times, including six games of 40+ points. Although the offense has slowed down greatly since the start of November (31.3 PPG) compared to the first two months of the season (42.9 PPG), turnovers are also down considerably from 17 giveaways in the first eight games, compared to just 11 over the past 10 contests.

The Broncos have also run the ball better in their past eight games, averaging 133 rushing YPG on a hefty 4.6 YPC. Running the football, especially in cold and windy conditions, will a big key to their success of sustaining drives, something they have been masterful at all season with a third-down conversion rate of 48%, which includes an eye-popping 62% rate (16-of-26) in the playoffs.

RB Knowshon Moreno is the main ball carrier, producing 1,179 yards on 278 carries (4.2 YPC) with 11 touchdowns on the ground and zero lost fumbles. Backup RB Montee Ball has 654 yards on 142 carries (4.6 YPC) and 4 TD, and hasn't fumbled since Week 3. Although Moreno was held to just 51 yards on 24 carries (2.1 YPG) in the 2010 meeting with Seattle, he also gained 67 yards through the air and scored a touchdown that day.

But this offense will not completely abandon the passing game, no matter what the elements are. QB Peyton Manning is 11-9 in his playoff career where he's thrown for 5,888 yards (294 YPG, 7.7 YPA), 35 TD and 22 INT, but his cold-weather numbers aren't to the level of his lofty standards. In 18 career starts in outdoor games with a temperature below 40 degrees, Manning is just 8-10 with 4,415 passing yards (245 YPG, 7.2 YPA), 30 TD and 22 INT. In four playoff games in this cold-weather scenario, his numbers are downright horrible: 0-4, 56% completions, 226 passing YPG, 5.5 YPA, 4 TD and 9 INT.

But he's never had a receiving corps nearly as good as his current foursome of WRs Demaryius Thomas, Eric Decker and Wes Welker, and with TE Julius Thomas.

Demaryius Thomas has racked up 1,618 receiving yards and 16 touchdowns this season, with six 100-yard efforts in his past 10 games, including 134 in the AFC Championship win over New England. He also caught eight passes for 97 yards and a touchdown in that 2010 victory over the Seahawks.

Decker has gained 1,393 yards through the air with 11 scores this season, but his yardage totals have been less consistent with four 100-yard efforts, but also eight games of 55 yards or less.

The play of Wes Welker (854 rec. yards, 11 TD in 15 games) will be key in this matchup, as he is the possession receiver tasked with running shorter routes over the middle of the field. But Welker has been held below 40 yards in four of his past five games, and has already suffered two known concussions this season.

Julius Thomas has 949 receiving yards and 12 TD this season, and has been excellent in these playoffs with 14 catches for 161 yards.

Defensively, the Broncos have allowed a pedestrian 24.0 PPG on 349 YPG this season, but these numbers have improved greatly during their current four-game win streak to 15.0 PPG on 269 YPG. However, the defense has been terrible on turf fields this season, allowing a hefty 35.0 PPG on 446 YPG in these three contests.

The good news is that Denver is much more efficient in stopping the run this season (97 YPG on 3.9 YPC) than the pass (251 YPG on 6.7 YPA), and running the football is exactly what Seattle's offense will try to do. The Broncos don't have that dynamic pass rusher with LB Von Miller on injured reserve, failing to record more than four sacks in any of their 18 games this season.

But they have tallied at least two sacks in 16 games, including each of the past six contests where they have totaled 15 sacks. Turnovers are a key to any game, as there are only four teams in the history of the NFL that have lost the turnover battle in a Super Bowl and still won the big game. In their past 10 games, the Broncos have forced only 10 turnovers, including zero in the two playoff contests.

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01/24/2014 01:43 AM

Super Bowl Breakdown

January 21, 2014


We are finally left with just two teams, the Denver Broncos and the Seattle Seahawks, left standing in the fight for the Lombardi Trophy. Today at VegasInsider.com, we're breaking down the biggest game of the season with some great trends to remember for the Super Bowl.

#1 Denver Broncos vs. #1 Seattle Seahawks
Line: Denver -2.5 (48)

We have already seen this line move up 2.5-points, as it opened at a pick 'em and immediately moved to Denver by 2.5. These two teams haven't played against each other in nearly four full years, though you can bet with the game on the schedule next season between these two, it will be one of the most highly anticipated games of the regular season.

The Broncos might feel like the superior team, but they clearly had the inferior road to get into the Super Bowl. They probably didn't beat a single truly good team along the way, as they might have been the only good club in the entire AFC this year. Clearly, the New England Patriots and the San Diego Chargers didn't provide all that much of a challenge in the second season, though this seems to be a much greater test.

The Seahawks, meanwhile, came out of the better of the two conferences and the best division within that conference for good measure. They beat the San Francisco 49ers in a gritty NFC Championship Game to get here and took down the New Orleans Saints in a game that was always under control but never quite settled until the final gun.

QB Peyton Manning is going to have all eyes on him in this one, knowing that he is one of the biggest names the sport has to offer. He threw for 400 yards in the conference title game, the most in a Super Bowl semifinal by a quarterback in league history. Manning though, is only 1-1 SU and ATS in his two trips to the Super Bowl in the past, beating the Chicago Bears and losing to the New Orleans Saints.

The question we have is whether or not these Seahawks, who have virtually no Super Bowl experience, can live up to the biggest game of the year. They certainly don't have a lack of confidence, but they do have a lack of trends on their side in this one.

Sure, Seattle is 13-4 ATS in its last 17 games against teams with winning records, but Denver has covered eight of its last 11 games overall. The Seahawks have covered the closing number in six of their L/10 playoff tussles, while the Broncos have been a money burner in the second season having beaten the oddsmakers just three of the L/10 times.

Keep an eye on the 'under' in this one. Not only have all four of these playoff games between these two teams failed to reach the 'total', but Seattle has played seven straight games 'under' the number. The Broncos have gone 'over' in 13 of their last 16 games played on field turf, but they have played five of their last seven to the 'under'.

The 'over' though, is 5-2 in the last seven meetings in this series, though that dates all the way back to when these two teams shared the AFC West with one another.

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01/24/2014 01:45 AM

Eli: Peyton doesn't have to secure legacy

January 23, 2014



EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. (AP) - They are two of the NFL's most well-known quarterbacks.

They telephone each other at least once a week to talk shop, work together on an offseason passing camp, and have appeared in a number of television commercials. Each had a chance to host ''Saturday Night Live.''

Each is a Super Bowl MVP.

There is something else about Peyton and Eli Manning. First and foremost, they're brothers.

They know each other inside out. They root for each other. They bleed for each other. They're family.

So when little brother Eli says Peyton doesn't need to beat the Seattle Seahawks and win a second Super Bowl to secure his legacy as one of the NFL's greatest quarterbacks, believe him.

''I think Peyton's already created his own legacy,'' Eli said Thursday during a conference call 10 days before Peyton and Broncos meet the Seahawks in the Super Bowl at MetLife Stadium. ''He's played at a very high level for a long period of time and he's overcome injuries and obviously set numerous records and been on a lot of playoff teams, playing in his third Super Bowl. I don't think that's something that he's worried about.

''There will always be arguments about who is the greatest? Or who is the best,'' Eli said. ''I think if you're in that argument, if you're one of the names thrown around in there, I think you've already created a pretty good legacy.''

Peyton's resume is impressive: four-time MVP, 13-time Pro Bowler, seven-time All Pro.

Sure, there is only one title. Two would be the icing, and put him on par with Eli.

For the past few days, Eli Manning said his big job has been to get his brother extra tickets for the first outdoor Super Bowl in a cold-weather city. Barring late add-ons, he's already hit the request number.

''Obviously, I know what it's like with the Super Bowl and a lot of people are trying to figure out if they're coming to the games, so I'm trying to take some of that stress off of him and help manage some of those things,'' Eli said. ''That way, he can focus on work and getting the game plan.''

While the two have exchanged some text messages, the brothers have not seen each other since Denver's win over New England in the AFC title game on Sunday. They hope to get together early next week in the New York for a few hours, when Eli will give Peyton the secrets about playing in MetLife Stadium and his insight into playing Seattle, which the Giants did on here on Dec. 15.

The way the Seahawks' defense dominated New York that day in a 23-0 win, Peyton might well ignore the advice.

After that, Peyton will take center stage during the weeklong media frenzy and Eli will get ready to watch only his second game at the Meadowlands. The first was in 2003 when the Jets crushed Peyton and the Colts in an AFC playoff game at Giants Stadium. Eli was still at Ole Miss.

There is some coincidence about this game. When Eli won his second Super Bowl in 2012, it was in Peyton's stadium in Indianapolis.

''I'm rooting for him,'' Eli said. ''It's not like watching any other football game. If I'm watching two other teams, I'm kind of casually watching and don't really care who wins or loses. Here, it's a little bit more nerve-racking. I don't get nervous playing football games, I get nervous watching my brother play, and I guess because I've been doing this for a long time and you kind of know key moments and key plays.''

Eli does not think the cold will be a factor in the game. The bigger issue for his brother would be snow and wind. That might affect the Broncos more because they are a passing offense. The Seahawks are more run-oriented.

Coming into the season, Eli hoped the Giants might become the first time to play the Super Bowl in their own stadium. A 0-6 start derailed that and led to a 7-9 season that left New York out of the playoffs for the fourth time in five years.

If he's not going, Manning is happy his brother made it. There is a little jealousy, too.

''It kind of makes you want to get back to that situation and kind of get back to working and getting your mind set on doing whatever I have to do to get the Giants back to the championship games and get back to Super Bowls,'' Eli said.

Sunday, he'll watch, and root for Peyton, just like his big brother did for him in 2008 and `12, when the Giants won it all.

That's the family way.

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01/24/2014 06:20 PM

SEAHAWKS/BRONCOS
OVER
37.5
-
340
SEAHAWKS/BRONCOS
UNDER
37.5
+280
SEAHAWKS/BRONCOS
OVER
42.5
-
180
SEAHAWKS/BRONCOS
UNDE
R
42.5
+160
SEAHAWKS/BRONCOS
OVER
54.5
+220
SEAHAWKS/BRONCOS
UNDER
54.5
-
260
SEAHAWKS/BRONCOS
OVER
61.5
+375
SEAHAWKS/BRONCOS
UNDER
61.5
-
450
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**Players must
play in individual props for action**
THE FOLLOWING PROPOSITIONS MAY BE PARLAYED UP TO 2 TEAMERS
OPENING COIN TOSS WILL BE:
HEADS
-
103
TAILS
-
103
WILL EITHER TEAM SCORE 3 STRAIGHT TIMES?
**Excludes extra points and 2 point
conversions
***Includes safeties
YES
-
175
NO
+155
WILL EITHER TEAM SCORE IN THE FIRST 6 1/2 MINUTES OF THE GAME?
**(Includes safety)
YES
-
110
NO
-
110
WILL EITHER TEAM SCORE IN THE FINAL 2 MINUTES OF
THE FIRST HALF?
**(Includes safety)
**(If score happens with exactly 2 minutes remaining in First Half
-
Yes is the winner)
YES
-
240
NO
+200
WILL EITHER TEAM SCORE IN THE FINAL 3 1/2 MINUTES OF THE GAME?
**(Includes safety)
**(In
cludes Overtime)
YES
-
160
NO
+140
TEAM TO HAVE THE FIRST PENALTY:
**(Declined Penalties Do Not Count)
SEAHAWKS
-
110
BRONCOS
-
110
MOST PENALTY YARDS
**(Declined penalties do not count)
SEAHAWKS
-
120
BRON
COS
EVEN
WILL BOTH TEAMS MAKE 33 YARD OR LONGER FIELD GOALS?
**(If no Field Goal is made, no is the winner)
YES
+175
NO
-
200
TOTAL QB SACKS BY: BOTH TEAMS
OVER
4.5
+140
UNDER
4.5
-
160
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S CHALLENGE FIRST
**(Official Challenges from the league are excluded)
SEAHAWKS
-
110
BRONCOS
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110
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**(Interception is incomplete)
COMPLETE
-
170
INCOMPLETE
+150
WILL
RUSSELL WILSON (
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YES
-
125
NO
+105
RUSSELL WILSON (SEA) FIRST RUSHING ATTEMPT
**(If No Rush Attempt
-
Under is the winner)
OVER
5.5
EVEN
UNDER
5.5
-
120
MARSHAWN LYNCH (SEA) FIRST RUSHING ATTEMPT
**(If No
Rush Attempt
-
Under is the winner)
OVER
3.5
+110
UNDER
3.5
-
130
ROBERT TURBIN (SEA) FIRST RUSHING ATTEMPT
**(If No Rush Attempt
-
Under is the winner)
OVER
3.5
+130
UNDER
3.5
-
150
PERCY HARVIN (SEA) FIRST RECEPTION
**(If No Re
ception
-
Under is the winner)
OVER
10.5
+110
UNDER
10.5
-
130
GOLDEN TATE (SEA) FIRST RECEPTION
**(If No Reception
-
Under is the winner)
OVER
11.5
EVEN
UNDER
11.5
-
120
DOUG BALDWIN (SEA) FIRST RECEPTION
**(If No Reception
-
Under is
the winner)
OVER
11.5
-
110
UNDER
11.5
-
110
ZACH MILLER (SEA) FIRST RECEPTION
**(If No Reception
-
Under is the winner)
OVER
9.5
+120
UNDER
9.5
-
140
JERMAINE KEARSE (SEA) FIRST RECEPTION
**(If No Reception
-
Under is the winner)
O
VER
11.5
+110
UNDER
11.5
-
130
MARSHAWN LYNCH (SEA) FIRST RECEPTION
**(If No Reception
-
Under is the winner)
OVER
4.5
-
145
UNDER
4.5
+125
FIRST GROSS PUNT BY: JON RYAN (SEA)
(If no punt
---
all bets are refunded)
**Must be an off
icial punt
OVER
41.5
EVEN
UNDER
41.5
-
120
WILL FIRST KICKOFF BY STEVEN HAUSCHKA (SEA) RESULT IN A TOUCHBACK?
(If no Kickoff
---
all bets are refunded)
YES
+155
NO
-
175
PEYTON MANNING (DEN) FIRST PASS WILL BE:
**(Int
erception is incomplete)
COMPLETE
-
190
INCOMPLETE
+170
WILL PEYTON MANNING (DEN) THROW AN INTERCEPTION?
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-
200
NO
+175
KNOWSHON MORENO (DEN) FIRST RUSHING ATTEMPT
**(If No Rush Attempt
-
Under is the winner)
OVER
3.5
+125
UNDER
3.5
-
145
MONTEE BALL (DEN) FIRST RUSHING ATTEMPT
**(If No Rush Attempt
-
Under is the winner)
OVER
3.5
+115
UNDER
3.5
-
135
DEMARYIUS THOMAS (DEN) FIRST RECEPTION
**(If No Reception
-
Under is the winner)
OVER
10.5
-
110
UNDER
10.5
-
110
WES WELKER (DEN) FIRST RECEPTION
**(If No Reception
-
Under is the winner)
OVER
7.5
-
130
UNDER
7.5
+110
ERIC DECKER (DEN) FIRST RECEPTION
**(If No Reception
-
Under is the winner)
OVER
10.5
-
110
UNDE
R
10.5
-
110
JULIUS THOMAS (DEN) FIRST RECEPTION
**(If No Reception
-
Under is the winner)
OVER
9.5
-
110
UNDER
9.5
-
110
KNOWSHON MORENO (DEN) FIRST RECEPTION
**(If No Reception
-
Under is the winner)
OVER
6.5
-
120
UNDER
6.5
EVEN
MONTEE BALL (DEN) FIRST RECEPTION
**(If No Reception
-
Under is the winner)
OVER
4.5
-
145
UNDER
4.5
+125
FIRST GROSS PUNT BY: BRITTON COLQUITT (DEN)
(If no punt
---
all bets are refunded)
**Must be an official punt
OVER
42.5
-
11
0
UNDER
42.5
-
110
WILL FIRST KICKOFF BY MATT PRATER (DEN) RESULT IN A TOUCHBACK?
YES
+150
NO
-
170
SHORTEST TD OF GAME
**If no td is scored
--
all bets are refunded
**Includes all returns
***Fumble recovery in end zone
--
und
er is the winner
OVER
1.5
EVEN
UNDER
1.5
-
120
----------------------------------------------------------
S
B
XLVIII PROPOSITIONS
***STRAIGHT BETS ONLY
---
NO PARLAYS ON THESE PROPS
**Players must play in individual props for action**
WILL EITHER TEAM SCORE 4 STRAIGHT TIMES?
**Excludes extra points and 2 point conversions
***Includes safeties
YES
+240
NO
-
280
TEAM TO SCORE FIRST
SEAHAWKS
-
105
BRONCOS
-
115
TEAM TO SCORE LAST
SEAHAWKS
-
110
BRONCOS
-
110
LONGEST MADE FIELD GOAL OF GAME
**(If no FG is made
--
all bets are refunded)
OVER
43.5
-
110
UNDER
43.5
-
110
SHORTEST MADE FIELD GOAL OF GAME
**(If no FG is made
--
all bets are refunded)
OVER
24.5
-
120
UNDER
24.5
EVEN
TOTAL FIELD GOALS MADE BY: BOTH TEAMS
OVER
3.5
+130
UNDER
3.5
-
150
DISTANCE OF FIRST MADE FIELD GOAL OF GAME
**(If no FG is made
--
all bets are refunded)
OVER
33.5
-
125
UNDER
33.5
+105
TOTAL YARDAGE OF ALL MAD
E FIELD GOALS OF GAME
**(If no FG is made
--
all bets are refunded)
OVER
111.5
-
110
UNDER
111.5
-
110
WILL EITHER TEAM MAKE A FIELD GOAL IN THE FIRST QUARTER?
YES
EVEN
NO
-
120
WILL EITHER TEAM MAKE A FIELD GOAL IN THE S
ECOND QUARTER?
YES
-
270
NO
+230
WILL EITHER TEAM MAKE A FIELD GOAL IN THE THIRD QUARTER?
YES
-
125
NO
+105
WILL EITHER TEAM MAKE A FIELD GOAL IN THE FOURTH QUARTER?
YES
-
170
NO
+150
FIRST SCORE OF THE GAME WILL BE:
TOUCHDOWN
-
170
ANY OTHER SCORE
+150
LONGEST TD OF GAME
**(Includes all returns
-
If no TD is scored
--
all bets are refunded)
OVER
44.5
-
110
UNDER
44.5
-
110
TOTAL TOUCHDOWNS BY: BOTH TEAMS
OVER
5.5
+120
UNDER
5.5
-
140
FIRST TOUCHDOWN OF THE GAME WILL BE:
PASSING TD
-
170
ANY OTHER TD
+150
TOTAL YARDAGE OF ALL TOUCHDOWNS OF GAME
**(Includes all returns
-
If no TD is scored
--
all bets are refunded)
OVER
74.5
-
110
UNDER
74.5
-
110
WILL THE SEAHAWKS SCORE A TOUCHDOWN IN THE FIRST QUARTER?
YES
+130
NO
-
150
WILL THE SEAHAWKS SCORE A TOUCHDOWN IN THE SECOND QUARTER?
YES
-
150
NO
+130
WILL THE SEAHAWKS SCORE A TOU
CHDOWN IN THE THIRD QUARTER?
YES
+105
NO
-
125
WILL THE SEAHAWKS SCORE A TOUCHDOWN IN THE FOURTH QUARTER?
YES
-
155
NO
+135
WILL THE BRONCOS SCORE A TOUCHDOWN IN THE FIRST QUARTER?
YES
+1
20
NO
-
140
WILL THE BRONCOS SCORE A TOUCHDOWN IN THE SECOND QUARTER?
YES
-
180
NO
+160
WILL THE BRONCOS SCORE A TOUCHDOWN IN THE THIRD QUARTER?
YES
-
110
NO
-
110
WILL THE BRONCOS SCORE A
TOUCHDOWN IN THE FOURTH QUARTER?
YES
-
165
NO
+145
LARGEST LEAD OF THE GAME BY: EITHER TEAM
OVER
13.5
-
175
UNDER
13.5
+155
TOTAL NUMBER OF KICKOFF RETURNS BY: BOTH TEAMS
**(Returns only
--
Excludes Touchbacks, Out of
Bounds & Fair Catches)
OVER
6.0
-
170
UNDER
6.0
+150
TEAM TO SCORE LAST IN THE FIRST HALF:
SEAHAWKS
-
105
BRONCOS
-
115
LAST SCORE OF THE FIRST HALF WILL BE:
**(Conversions do not count)
TOUCHDOWN
EVEN
ANY OTHER SCORE
-
120
WILL THERE BE A SAFETY?
YES
+550
NO
-
800
WILL THERE BE OVERTIME?
YES
+600
NO
-
900
WILL THE GAME BE DECIDED BY EXACTLY 3 POINTS?
YES
+330
NO
-
400
WILL THE TEAM THAT S
CORES FIRST
--
WIN THE GAME?
YES
-
170
NO
+150
TOTAL INTERCEPTIONS BY: BOTH TEAMS
OVER
1.5
-
130
UNDER
1.5
+110
TOTAL FUMBLES LOST BY: BOTH TEAMS
OVER
1.5
+150
UNDER
1.5
-
170
WILL THERE BE A SPECIAL
TEAMS OR DEFENSIVE TOUCHDOWN?
YES
+160
NO
-
180
WILL THERE BE A SUCCESSFUL 2 POINT CONVERSION?
YES
+425
NO
-
550
WILL THE GAME BE TIED AFTER 0
-
0?
**Score is counted after the completion of extra point o
r 2 point conversion
***Example
--
Denver is up 6
-
0 and Seattle scores a TD to make it 6
-
6 and makes the extra point and
leads 7
-
6 and that is the final score
--
no would be the winner.
YES
+105
NO
-
125
FIRST TURNOVER OF THE GAME WI
LL BE:
INTERCEPTION
-
155
FUMBLE
+135
LAST SCORE OF THE GAME WILL BE:
TOUCHDOWN
-
200
ANY OTHER SCORE
+175
WILL AT LEAST 1 QUARTER BE SCORELESS?
**At least one quarter will have a 0
-
0 score
***Overtime quarters count
YES
+230
NO
-
270
TOTAL NUMBER OF DIFFERENT PLAYERS TO HAVE A PASSING ATTEMPT
**(2 Point conversions do not count)
OVER
2.5
+290
UNDER
2.5
-
350
TOTAL GROSS PASSING YARDS BY: RUSSELL WILSON (SEA)
OVER
211.5
-
110
UNDER
21
1.5
-
110
TOTAL COMPLETIONS BY:
RUSSELL WILSON (SEA)
**(If no Completions
--
Under is the winner)
OVER
16.5
-
110
UNDER
16.5
-
110
TOTAL PASS ATTEMPTS BY:
RUSSELL WILSON (SEA)
**(If no Pass Attempts
--
Under is the winner)
OVER
27.5
-
110
UNDER
27.5
-
110
RUSSELL WILSON (SEA) WILL HAVE MORE GROSS PASSING YARDS IN WHICH HALF:
**(Second Half includes overtime)
FIRST HALF
-
110
SECOND HALF
-
110
TOTAL RUSHING YARDS BY:
RUSSELL WILSON (SEA)
**(If no Rushing Attempt
--
Under is th
e winner)
OVER
30.5
-
110
UNDER
30.5
-
110
LONGEST RUSH BY: RUSSELL WILSON (SEA)
**(If no Rushing Attempt
--
Under is the winner)
OVER
11.5
+110
UNDER
11.5
-
130
LONGEST COMPLETION BY: RUSSELL WILSON (SEA)
**(If no Completion
--
Under
is the winner)
OVER
38.5
-
110
UNDER
38.5
-
110
TOTAL TOUCHDOWN PASSES BY: RUSSELL WILSON (SEA)
OVER
0.5
-
420
UNDER
0.5
+350
TOTAL TOUCHDOWN PASSES BY: RUSSELL WILSON (SEA)
OVER
1.5
+105
UNDER
1.5
-
125
TOTAL TOUC
HDOWN PASSES BY: RUSSELL WILSON (SEA)
OVER
2.5
+375
UNDER
2.5
-
450
WHAT WILL RUSSELL WILSON (SEA) THROW FIRST:
TD PASS
-
240
INTERCEPTION
+200
WILL RUSSELL WILSON (SEA) THROW A TOUCHDOWN PASS IN THE 1ST QUARTER?
YES
+240
NO
-
280
WILL RUSSELL WILSON (SEA) THROW A TOUCHDOWN PASS IN THE 2ND QUARTER?
YES
+155
NO
-
175
WILL RUSSELL WILSON (SEA) THROW A TOUCHDOWN PASS IN THE 3RD QUARTER?
YES
+210
NO
-
2
50
WILL RUSSELL WILSON (SEA) THROW A TOUCHDOWN PASS IN THE 4TH QUARTER?
**(Does not include overtime)
YES
+160
NO
-
180
DISTANCE OF FIRST RUSSELL WILSON (SEA) TOUCHDOWN PASS
**(If No TD Pass
--
All bets are refunded)
OVER
14
.5
-
110
UNDER
14.5
-
110
WILL RUSSELL WILSON (SEA) SCORE A TOUCHDOWN?
YES
+500
NO
-
700
TOTAL RUSHING YARDS BY: MARSHAWN LYNCH (SEA)
**(If no Rushing Attempt
--
Under is the winner)
OVER
92.5
-
110
UNDER
92.5
-
11
0
LONGEST RUSH BY: MARSHAWN LYNCH (SEA)
**(If no Rushing Attempt
--
Under is the winner)
OVER
17.5
-
110
UNDER
17.5
-
110
TOTAL RUSHING ATTEMPTS BY: MARSHAWN LYNCH (SEA)
**(If no Rushing Attempt
--
Under is the winner)
OVER
21.5
-
110
UNDER
21.5
-
110
WILL MARSHAWN LYNCH (SEA) SCORE A TOUCHDOWN?
YES
-
145
NO
+125
WILL MARSHAWN LYNCH (SEA) SCORE A TOUCHDOWN IN THE FIRST HALF?
YES
+180
NO
-
210
TOTAL RECEIVING YARDS BY: MARSHAWN LYNCH
(SEA)
**(If no Reception
--
Under is the winner)
OVER
13.5
-
110
UNDER
13.5
-
110
LONGEST RECEPTION BY: MARSHAWN LYNCH (SEA)
**(If no Reception
--
Under is the winner)
OVER
8.5
-
130
UNDER
8.5
+110
TOTAL RECEPTIONS BY: MARSHAWN LY
NCH (SEA)
**(If no Reception
--
Under is the winner)
OVER
1.5
-
140
UNDER
1.5
+120
TOTAL RUSHING YARDS BY: ROBERT TURBIN (SEA)
**(If no Rushing Attempt
--
Under is the winner)
OVER
10.5
-
110
UNDER
10.5
-
110
LONGEST RUSH BY: ROBER
T TURBIN (SEA)
**(If no Rushing Attempt
--
Under is the winner)
OVER
5.5
-
120
UNDER
5.5
EVEN
TOTAL RECEIVING YARDS BY: PERCY HARVIN (SEA)
**(If no Reception
--
Under is the winner)
OVER
45.5
-
110
UNDER
45.5
-
110
LONGEST RECEPTION
BY: PERCY HARVIN (SEA)
**(If no Reception
--
Under is the winner)
OVER
20.5
-
110
UNDER
20.5
-
110
TOTAL RECEPTIONS BY: PERCY HARVIN (SEA)
**(If no Reception
--
Under is the winner)
OVER
3.5
-
120
UNDER
3.5
EVEN
WILL PERCY HARVIN (S
EA) SCORE A TOUCHDOWN?
YES
+200
NO
-
240
WILL PERCY HARVIN (SEA) SCORE A TOUCHDOWN IN THE FIRST HALF?
YES
+400
NO
-
500
WILL PERCY HARVIN (SEA) HAVE A RUSHING ATTEMPT?
YES
-
175
NO
+155
TOTAL RECEIVING YARDS BY: GOLDEN TATE (SEA)
**(If no Reception
--
Under is the winner)
OVER
49.5
-
110
UNDER
49.5
-
110
LONGEST RECEPTION BY: GOLDEN TATE (SEA)
**(If no Reception
--
Under is the winner)
OVER
20.5
-
110
UNDER
20.5
-
110
TOTAL RECEPTIONS BY: GOLDEN TATE (SEA)
**(If no Reception
--
Under is the winner)
OVER
3.5
EVEN
UNDER
3.5
-
120
WILL GOLDEN TATE (SEA) SCORE A TOUCHDOWN?
YES
+200
NO
-
240
WILL GOLDEN TATE (SEA) SCORE A
TOUCHDOWN IN THE FIRST HALF?
YES
+400
NO
-
500
TOTAL RECEIVING YARDS BY: DOUG BALDWIN (SEA)
**(If no Reception
--
Under is the winner)
OVER
40.5
-
110
UNDER
40.5
-
110
LONGEST RECEPTION BY: DOUG BALDWIN (SEA)
**(If n
o Reception
--
Under is the winner)
OVER
19.5
-
110
UNDER
19.5
-
110
TOTAL RECEPTIONS BY: DOUG BALDWIN (SEA)
**(If no Reception
--
Under is the winner)
OVER
3.5
+130
UNDER
3.5
-
150
WILL DOUG BALDWIN (SEA) SCORE A TOUCHDOWN?
YES
+240
NO
-
280
TOTAL RECEIVING YARDS BY: ZACH MILLER (SEA)
**(If no Reception
--
Under is the winner)
OVER
24.5
-
110
UNDER
24.5
-
110
LONGEST RECEPTION BY: ZACH MILLER (SEA)
**(If no Reception
--
Under is the winner)
OVER
13.5
-
110
UNDER
13.5
-
110
WILL ZACH MILLER (SEA) SCORE A TOUCHDOWN?
YES
+240
NO
-
280
TOTAL POINTS BY: STEVEN HAUSCHKA (SEA)
OVER
7.5
-
110
UNDER
7.5
-
110
TOTAL FIELD GOALS MADE BY: STEVEN HAUSCHKA (S
EA)
OVER
1.5
-
130
UNDER
1.5
+110
WILL JON RYAN (SEA) PUNT A TOUCHBACK?
(If Jon Ryan has zero punts
--
No is the winner)
**(Jon Ryan will punt and a touchback occurs)
YES
+200
NO
-
240
LONGEST GROSS PUN
T BY: JON RYAN (SEA)
(If no punts
---
all bets are refunded)
**Must be an official punt
OVER
51.5
+110
UNDER
51.5
-
130
SHORTEST GROSS PUNT BY: JON RYAN (SEA)
(If no punts
---
all bets are refunded)
**Must be an official punt
OVER
33.5
+110
UNDER
33.5
-
130
TOTAL PUNTS BY: JON RYAN (SEA)
(If no punts
---
under is winner)
**Must be an official punt
OVER
4.5
-
130
UNDER
4.5
+110
TOTAL NUMBER OF DIFFERENT SEAHAWKS TO HAVE A RUSHING ATTEMPT
**(Conversions do not count)
OVER
4.0
+125
UNDER
4.0
-
145
TOTAL NUMBER OF DIFFERENT SEAHAWKS TO HAVE A PASS RECEPTION
**(Conversions do not count)
OVER
7.5
+145
UNDER
7.5
-
165
TOTAL NUMBER OF DIFFERENT SEAHAWKS TO SCORE
**(Safety does not count
--
Includes kicke
r, 2 point conversions count)
OVER
3.5
+160
UNDER
3.5
-
180
WILL THE SEAHAWKS GET A RUSHING TOUCHDOWN?
YES
-
180
NO
+160
WILL THE SEAHAWKS GET A RUSHING TOUCHDOWN IN THE FIRST HALF?
YES
+150
NO
-
170
TOTAL FIRST DOWNS BY: SEAHAWKS
OVER
19.0
-
110
UNDER
19.0
-
110
TOTAL POINTS BY: SEAHAWKS
OVER
23.0
-
110
UNDER
23.0
-
110
TOTAL FIRST HALF POINTS BY: SEAHAWKS
OVER
11.5
-
110
UNDER
11.5
-
110
TOTAL FIRST
QUARTER POINTS BY: SEAHAWKS
OVER
3.5
-
110
UNDER
3.5
-
110
WHAT WILL HAPPEN FIRST:
**(Includes safety
--
Bet continues until Seahawks punt or score)
**(Must be official Punt)
SEAHAWKS SCORE
+150
SEAHAWKS PUNT
-
170
WILL THE SEAHAWKS SCOR
E IN ALL 4 QUARTERS?
**(Overtime does not count)
YES
+250
NO
-
300
TOTAL MADE THIRD DOWN CONVERSIONS BY: SEAHAWKS
**(3rd Down Conversion by Penalty does not count)
OVER
5.0
+120
UNDER
5.0
-
140
WILL THE SEAHAWKS C
ONVERT A 4TH DOWN ATTEMPT?
**(4th Down Conversion by Penalty does not count)
YES
+155
NO
-
175
TOTAL RUSHING YARDS BY: SEAHAWKS
OVER
129.5
-
110
UNDER
129.5
-
110
TOTAL QB SACKS BY: SEAHAWKS DEFENSE
OVER
1.5
+11
0
UNDER
1.5
-
130
DEFENSIVE PROPS SHOULD INCLUDE THE FOLLOWING STIPULATIONS:
Tackles include Defensive+Special Teams solo+assisted tackles.
SACKS DO NOT COUNT
---
Very important to stipulate this
NFL.com is used for the results of the Tackle pro
ps
TOTAL SOLO & ASSISTED TACKLES BY: BOBBY WAGNER (SEA)
**(Sacks do not count, Defensive+Special teams solo+assisted tackles count)
OVER
10.5
-
110
UNDER
10.5
-
110
TOTAL SOLO & ASSISTED TACKLES BY: EARL THOMAS (SEA)
**(Sacks do not count, D
efensive+Special teams solo+assisted tackles count)
OVER
7.5
-
110
UNDER
7.5
-
110
TOTAL SOLO & ASSISTED TACKLES BY: KAM CHANCELLOR (SEA)
**(Sacks do not count, Defensive+Special teams solo+assisted tackles count)
OVER
8.5
EVEN
UNDER
8.5
-
120
TOTAL SOLO & ASSISTED TACKLES BY: RICHARD SHERMAN (SEA)
**(Sacks do not count, Defensive+Special teams solo+assisted tackles count)
OVER
3.0
-
110
UNDER
3.0
-
110
TOTAL SOLO & ASSISTED TACKLES BY: BRUCE IRVIN (SEA)
**(Sacks d
o not count, Defensive+Special teams solo+assisted tackles count)
OVER
2.5
EVEN
UNDER
2.5
-
120
WILL RICHARD SHERMAN (SEA) INTERCEPT A PASS?
YES
+210
NO
-
250
WILL EARL THOMAS (SEA) INTERCEPT A PASS?
YES
+270
NO
-
330
WILL BYRON MAXWELL (SEA) INTERCEPT A PASS?
YES
+240
NO
-
280
--------------------------------------------------------
TOTAL GROSS PASSING YARDS BY: PEYTON MANNING (DEN)
OVER
286.5
-
110
UND
ER
286.5
-
110
TOTAL COMPLETIONS BY: PEYTON MANNING (DEN)
**(If no Completions
--
Under is the winner)
OVER
26.5
-
110
UNDER
26.5
-
110
TOTAL PASS ATTEMPTS BY: PEYTON MANNING (DEN)
**(If no Pass Attempts
--
Under is the winner)
OVER
41.5
-
110
UNDER
41.5
-
110
PEYTON MANNING (DEN) WILL HAVE MORE GROSS PASSING YARDS IN WHICH HALF:
**(Second Half includes overtime)
FIRST HALF
-
110
SECOND HALF
-
110
TOTAL RUSHING ATTEMPTS BY: PEYTON MANNING (DEN)
**(If no Rushing Attempt
--
Under is the winner)
OVER
1.5
+145
UNDER
1.5
-
165
LONGEST COMPLETION BY: PEYTON MANNING (DEN)
**(If no Completion
--
Under is the winner)
OVER
34.5
-
110
UNDER
34.5
-
110
TOTAL TOUCHDOWN PASSES BY: PEYTON MANNING (DEN)
OVER
1.5
-
200
UNDER
1.5
+175
TOTAL TOUCHDOWN PASSES BY: PEYTON MANNING (DEN)
OVER
2.0
+105
UNDER
2.0
-
125
TOTAL TOUCHDOWN PASSES BY: PEYTON MANNING (DEN)
OVER
2.5
+160
UNDER
2.5
-
180
WHAT WILL PEYTON MANNING (DEN) THRO
W FIRST:
TD PASS
-
240
INTERCEPTION
+200
WILL PEYTON MANNING (DEN) THROW A TOUCHDOWN PASS IN THE 1ST QUARTER?
YES
+160
NO
-
180
WILL PEYTON MANNING (DEN) THROW A TOUCHDOWN PASS IN THE 2ND QUARTER?
YES
-
120
NO
EVEN
WILL PEYTON MANNING (DEN) THROW A TOUCHDOWN PASS IN THE 3RD QUARTER?
YES
+165
NO
-
185
WILL PEYTON MANNING (DEN) THROW A TOUCHDOWN PASS IN THE 4TH QUARTER?
**(Does not include overtime)
YES
-
110
NO
-
110
DISTANCE OF FIRST PEYTON MANNING (DEN) TOUCHDOWN PASS
**(If No TD Pass
--
All bets are refunded)
OVER
12.5
-
110
UNDER
12.5
-
110
WILL PEYTON MANNING (DEN) SCORE A TOUCHDOWN?
YES
+1000
NO
-
20
00
TOTAL RUSHING YARDS BY: KNOWSHON MORENO (DEN)
**(If no Rushing Attempt
--
Under is the winner)
OVER
56.5
-
110
UNDER
56.5
-
110
LONGEST RUSH BY: KNOWSHON MORENO (DEN)
**(If no Rushing Attempt
--
Under is the winner)
OVER
13.5
-
120
UNDER
13.5
EVEN
TOTAL RUSHING ATTEMPTS BY: KNOWSHON MORENO (DEN)
**(If no Rushing Attempt
--
Under is the winner)
OVER
14.5
-
110
UNDER
14.5
-
110
WILL KNOWSHON MORENO (DEN) SCORE A TOUCHDOWN?
YES
+160
NO
-
180
WILL KN
OWSHON MORENO (DEN) SCORE A TOUCHDOWN IN THE FIRST HALF?
YES
+350
NO
-
420
TOTAL RECEIVING YARDS BY: KNOWSHON MORENO (DEN)
**(If no Reception
--
Under is the winner)
OVER
24.5
-
110
UNDER
24.5
-
110
LONGEST RECEPTION BY
: KNOWSHON MORENO (DEN)
**(If no Reception
--
Under is the winner)
OVER
11.5
-
110
UNDER
11.5
-
110
TOTAL RECEPTIONS BY: KNOWSHON MORENO (DEN)
**(If no Reception
--
Under is the winner)
OVER
2.5
-
140
UNDER
2.5
+120
TOTAL RUSHING YAR
DS BY: MONTEE BALL (DEN)
**(If no Rushing Attempt
--
Under is the winner)
OVER
36.5
-
110
UNDER
36.5
-
110
LONGEST RUSH BY: MONTEE BALL (DEN)
**(If no Rushing Attempt
--
Under is the winner)
OVER
10.5
-
120
UNDER
10.5
EVEN
TOTAL RUSH
ING ATTEMPTS BY: MONTEE BALL (DEN)
**(If no Rushing Attempt
--
Under is the winner)
OVER
9.5
-
110
UNDER
9.5
-
110
WILL MONTEE BALL (DEN) SCORE A TOUCHDOWN?
YES
+260
NO
-
310
TOTAL RECEIVING YARDS BY: MONTEE BALL (DEN
)
**(If no Reception
--
Under is the winner)
OVER
9.5
-
120
UNDER
9.5
EVEN
TOTAL RECEIVING YARDS BY: DEMARYIUS THOMAS (DEN)
**(If no Reception
--
Under is the winner)
OVER
72.5
-
110
UNDER
72.5
-
110
LONGEST RECEPTION BY: DEMARYIUS T
HOMAS (DEN)
**(If no Reception
--
Under is the winner)
OVER
24.5
-
110
UNDER
24.5
-
110
TOTAL RECEPTIONS BY: DEMARYIUS THOMAS (DEN)
**(If no Reception
--
Under is the winner)
OVER
5.0
-
125
UNDER
5.0
+105
WILL DEMARYIUS THOMAS (DEN)
SCORE A TOUCHDOWN?
YES
+125
NO
-
145
WILL DEMARYIUS THOMAS (DEN) SCORE A TOUCHDOWN IN THE FIRST HALF?
YES
+290
NO
-
350
TOTAL RECEIVING YARDS BY: WES WELKER (DEN)
**(If no Reception
--
Under is the winner
)
OVER
54.5
-
110
UNDER
54.5
-
110
LONGEST RECEPTION BY: WES WELKER (DEN)
**(If no Reception
--
Under is the winner)
OVER
18.5
-
110
UNDER
18.5
-
110
TOTAL RECEPTIONS BY: WES WELKER (DEN)
**(If no Reception
--
Under is the winner)
OVER
5.5
EVEN
UNDER
5.5
-
120
WILL WES WELKER (DEN) SCORE A TOUCHDOWN?
YES
+155
NO
-
175
WILL WES WELKER (DEN) SCORE A TOUCHDOWN IN THE FIRST HALF?
YES
+360
NO
-
430
TOTAL RECEIVING YARDS BY:
ERIC DECKER (DEN)
**(If no Reception
--
Under is the winner)
OVER
61.5
-
110
UNDER
61.5
-
110
LONGEST RECEPTION BY: ERIC DECKER (DEN)
**(If no Reception
--
Under is the winner)
OVER
18.5
-
110
UNDER
18.5
-
110
TOTAL RECEPTIONS BY: ERIC
DECKER (DEN)
**(If no Reception
--
Under is the winner)
OVER
4.5
-
120
UNDER
4.5
EVEN
WILL ERIC DECKER (DEN) SCORE A TOUCHDOWN?
YES
+165
NO
-
185
WILL ERIC DECKER (DEN) SCORE A TOUCHDOWN IN THE FIRST HALF?
YES
+360
NO
-
430
TOTAL RECEIVING YARDS BY: JULIUS THOMAS (DEN)
**(If no Reception
--
Under is the winner)
OVER
50.5
-
110
UNDER
50.5
-
110
LONGEST RECEPTION BY: JULIUS THOMAS (DEN)
**(If no Reception
--
Under is the winner)
OVER
18.5
-
110
UNDER
18.5
-
110
TOTAL RECEPTIONS BY: JULIUS THOMAS (DEN)
**(If no Reception
--
Under is the winner)
OVER
4.5
-
110
UNDER
4.5
-
110
WILL JULIUS THOMAS (DEN) SCORE A TOUCHDOWN?
YES
+170
NO
-
190
W
ILL JULIUS THOMAS (DEN) SCORE A TOUCHDOWN IN THE FIRST HALF?
YES
+350
NO
-
420
TOTAL RECEIVING YARDS BY: ANDRE CALDWELL (DEN)
**(If no Reception
--
Under is the winner)
OVER
6.5
+110
UNDER
6.5
-
130
WILL VIRGIL GREEN
(DEN) HAVE AT LEAST 1 RECEPTION?
YES
+160
NO
-
180
TOTAL RECEIVING YARDS BY: JACOB TAMME (DEN)
*(If no Reception
--
Under is the winner)
OVER
10.5
+120
UNDER
10.5
-
140
TOTAL POINTS BY: MATT PRATER (DEN)
OVER
7.5
-
140
UNDER
7.5
+120
TOTAL FIELD GOALS MADE BY: MATT PRATER (DEN)
OVER
1.5
-
120

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01/24/2014 06:23 PM

Las Vegas Hotel & Casino SuperBook
SUPER BOWL
XLVIII
--
PROPOSITIONS
METLIFE STADIUM
--
EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ
SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 2014
SEATTLE SEAHAWKS VS DENVER BRONCOS
ALTERNATE POINTSPREADS
SEAHAWKS
-
3.5
+190
BRONCOS
+3.5
-
220
SEAHAWKS
-
7.5
+360
BRONCOS
+7.5
-
430
SEAHAWKS
-
10.5
+475
BRONCOS
+10.5
-
650
SEAHAWKS
-
14.5
+650
BRONCOS
+14.5
-
1000
SEAHAWKS
+7.5
-
260
BRONCOS
-
7.5
+220
SEAHAWKS
+10.5
-
420
BRONCOS
-
10.5
+350
SEAHAWKS
+14.5
-
700
BRONCOS
-
14.5
+500
SEAHAWKS
+17.5
-
950
BRONCOS
-
17.5
+625
ALTERNATE TOTALS

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01/26/2014 11:21 AM

Pro Bowl Notebook

January 25, 2014


Aloha Stadium will host the 2013-14 Pro Bowl this Sunday from Honolulu, Hawaii. In past years, the matchup was between players from the AFC and NFC. This year, the NFL decided to do away with the non-conference affair and have a fantasy draft with all of the players from both conferences.

The teams will be called Team Rice and Team Sanders after NFL Hall of Famers Jerry Rice and Deion Sanders. The pair drafted the team earlier this week over a two-day span.
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Oddsmakers open this game as a pick ‘em but early action has made Team Rice a 1 ½-point favorite over
Team Sanders.

The Pro Bowl has been known as an easy ‘over’ ticket the past couple years due to a lack of effort from the defensive players.

After the 2012 installment when the AFC defeated the NFC 59-41, NFL commissioner Roger Goodell talked about ending the exhibition. The closing total on this game was 75.

The players insisted on putting up more of a fight last year and they did, but the two teams still put up a combined 97 points on the board. The closing total on this matchup was 79 ½ points.
This year, bookmakers were well aware of the trend from the defensive players and they opened with a total of 95. As of Saturday evening, that number has dropped nearly a touchdown and is sitting at 89 ½ points. Putting up triple digits is certainly possible but somebody doesn’t believe so.

Kickoff is set for 7:30 p.m. ET wtih NBC providing national coverage.

Listed below are the players available for each team and the outcomes of the previous Pro Bowls.

TEAM RICE

Offensive Players

Drew Brees, New Orleans QB
Philip Rivers, San Diego QB
Alex Smith, Kansas City QB
Matt Forte, Chicago RB
LeSean McCoy, Philadelphia RB
DeMarco Murray, Dallas RB
Mike Tolbert, Carolina FB
Josh Gordon, Cleveland WR
Brandon Marshall, Chicago WR
Larry Fitzgerald, Arizona WR
Alshon Jeffery, Chicago WR
Jimmy Graham, New Orleans TE
Tony Gonzalez, Atlanta TE
Jordan Gross, Carolina T
Tyron Smith, Dallas T
Joe Thomas, Cleveland T
Jahri Evans, New Orleans G
Ben Grubbs, New Orleans G
Evan Mathis, Philadelphia G
Ryan Kalil, Carolina C
Nick Mangold, New York Jets C

Defensive Players
Robert Quinn, St. Louis DE
Cameron Jordan, New Orleans DE
Cameron Wake, Miami DE
Kyle Williams, Buffalo DT
Jason Hatcher, Dallas DT
Marcell Dareus, Buffalo DT
Robert Mathis, Indianapolis OLB
Justin Houston, Kansas City OLB
John Abraham, Arizona OLB
Vontaze Burfict, Cincinnati ILB
Derrick Johnson, Kansas City ILB
Alterraun Verner, Tennessee CB
Joe Haden, Cleveland CB
Brandon Flowers, Kansas City CB
Jairus Byrd, Buffalo FS
Antrel Rolle, New York Giants FS
Eric Reid, San Francisco CB

Special Teams Players
Stephen Gostkowski, New England PK
Johnny Hekker, St. Louis P
Dexter McCluster, Kansas City PR
Justin Bethel, Arizona ST
Matt Overton, Indianapolis LS

TEAM SANDERS

Offensive Players
Nick Foles, Philadelphia QB
Cam Newton, Carolina QB
Andrew Luck, Indianapolis QB
Jamaal Charles, Kansas City RB
Eddie Lacy, Green Bay RB
Alfred Morris, Washington RB
Marcel Reece, Oakland FB
A.J. Green, Cincinnati WR
Dez Bryant, Dallas WR
Antonio Brown, Pittsburgh WR
DeSean Jackson, Philadelphia WR
Jason Witten, Dallas TE
Jordan Cameron, Cleveland TE
Branden Albert, Kansas City T
Duane Brown, Houston T
Trent Williams, Washington T
Marshal Yanda, Baltimore G
Logan Mankins, New England G
Kyle Long, Chicago G
Mike Pouncey, Miami C
Alex Mack, Cleveland C

Defensive Players
J.J. Watt, Houston DE
Mario Williams, Buffalo DE
Greg Hardy, Carolina DE
Ndamukong Suh, Detroit DT
Gerald McCoy, Tampa Bay DT
Tamba Hali, Kansas City OLB
Terrell Suggs, Baltimore OLB
Brian Orakpo, Washington OLB
Luke Kuechly, Carolina ILB
Patrick Peterson, Arizona CB
Darrelle Revis, Tampa Bay CB
Brent Grimes, Miami CB
Tim Jennings, Chicago CB
Eric Berry, Kansas City SS
T.J. Ward, Cleveland SS
Eric Weddle, San Diego FS

Special Teams Players
Justin Tucker, Baltimore K
Brandon Fields, Miami P
Cordarrelle Patterson, Minnesota KR
Matthew Slater, New England ST
J.J. Jansen, Carolina LS

Pro Bowl Results (1971-2013)

2013 - NFC 62, AFC 35
2012 - AFC 59, NFC 41
2011 - NFC 55, AFC 41
2010 - AFC 41, NFC 34
2009 - NFC 30, AFC 21
2008 - NFC 42, AFC 30
2007 - AFC 31, AFC 28
2006 - NFC 23, AFC 17
2005 - AFC 38, NFC 27
2004 - NFC 55, AFC 52
2003 - AFC 45, NFC 20
2002 - AFC 38, NFC 30
2001 - AFC 38, NFC 17
2000 - NFC 51, AFC 31
1999 - AFC 23, NFC 10
1998 - AFC 29, NFC 24
1997 - AFC 26, NFC 23, OT
1996 - NFC 20, AFC 13
1995 - AFC 41, NFC 13
1994 - NFC 17, AFC 3
1993 - AFC 23, NFC 20, OT
1992 - NFC 21, AFC 15
1991 - AFC 23, NFC 21
1990 - NFC 27, AFC 21
1989 - NFC 34, AFC 3
1988 - AFC 15, NFC 6
1987 - AFC 10, NFC 6
1986 - NFC 28, AFC 24
1985 - AFC 22, NFC 14
1984 - NFC 45, AFC 3
1983 - NFC 20, AFC 19
1982 - AFC 16, NFC 13
1981 - NFC 21, AFC 7
1980 - NFC 37, AFC 27
1979 - NFC 13, AFC 7
1978 - NFC 14, AFC 13
1977 - AFC 24, NFC 14
1976 - NFC 23, AFC 20
1975 - NFC 17, AFC 10
1974 - AFC 15, NFC 13
1973 - AFC 33, NFC 28
1972 - AFC 26, NFC 13
1971 - NFC 27, AFC 6

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01/27/2014 12:00 AM

SBXLVIII Betting Trends

January 26, 2014


SB XLVIII – A Charlie Brown Super Bowl

To better visualize the winner of Super Bowl XLVIII we look to Winston Churchill, who once said, “The farther back you can look the farther forward you are likely to see.”

In the case of Super Bowls past, we can look back as far as 1967. Coupled with the power of our way-back machine – aka our database – let’s break down what appears to be a very evenly matched Super Bowl game between Denver and Seattle at MetLife Stadium in New Jersey.

Here is our list of checks and balances for SB XLVIII.

Even Steven

Not only is SB XLVIII the first Super Bowl in 20 years to pair No. 1 seeds from each conference, both teams bring identical 15-3 records into the fray.

Looking deeper, each team squared off against five common opponents (both faced the AFC South) this season, both going 4-1 SU and 3-2 ATS in those games with Denver going 5-0 ITS (In The Stats) for a net of +748 yards. Seattle was 4-1 ITS for net of +428 yards,

In games versus fellow playoff teams this season, the Broncos went 6-3 SU, 5-4 ATS, 7-2 ITS for a net of +621 yards. The Seahawks were 4-2 SU and ATS, 3-2-1 ITS, for a net of +244 yards.

Edge: None.

Head-To-Head

The Broncos are 16-5 SU and 12-8-1 ATS in games versus the Seahawks since 1993.

Denver has won the last 10 games in a row in this series in games in which they’ve owned a win percentage of .800 or greater.

Seattle is 1-19 SU in its last twenty games versus AFC West opponents who sport a win percentage of .800 or greater.

Edge: Broncos.

Statistically Speaking

Seattle’s defense is ranked No.1 overall, surrendering 284 YPG while allowing a league low 15 PPG. Denver’s offense is ranked No. 1 overall, gaining 454 YPG, scoring a league best 36 PPG.

This marks the fifth time in Super Bowl history that a team with the No. 1 defense has faced the team with the No. 1 offense. Defense has beat offense 3 of the 4 previous meetings. In addition teams with the better defense have won 39 of the previous 47 Super Bowls.

However, teams with the better defense are just 2-5 SU and 1-6 ATS the last seven Super Bowls.

Edge: None.

Logistically Speaking

Teams arriving to the Super Bowl off three consecutive home games (Seattle) are 2-6 SU and 1-7 ATS since 2000, including 0-5 SU and ATS off a win of 6 or less points

Super Bowl teams off four consecutive home games (Seattle) are 0-3 SU and ATS since 2000, losing all three times SU as a favorite. The Seahawks last game away from Seattle was 34 days ago (December 15).

Super bowl favorites of 5 or less points in ‘double rest’ affairs - week of rest first playoff game and week of rest before the Super Bowl – are 1-7 both SU and ATS (Broncos).

Edge: None.

Behind Center

To no one’s surprise, both quarterbacks bring terrific QB Ratings in to the contest. Denver’s Peyton Manning finished the regular season as the league’s top-ranked signal caller at 115.1 on 55 TDs and 10 INTs. Seattle’s Russell Wilson owned a 101.2 QB Rating, with 26 TDs and 9 INTs.

The postseason’s QB Ratings show Manning at 107.0, while Wilson’s numbers have further regressed during the playoffs down to 89.1.

Manning is 2-2 SU and 3-1 ATS in his career versus Seattle, including 2-0 ATS as a favorite. He is also 28-7 SU and 22-12-1 ATS with the Broncos.

After winning SB XLI with the Colts in 2007, Manning has completed 248 of 366 passes for 18 TDs and 7 INTS in a total of nine postseason efforts since.

Wilson is 27-9 SU and 25-11 ATS as a starting QB with the Seahawks, including 5-4 SU and 8-1 ATS as a dog.

Wilson has tossed for less than 200 yards in over half of his starts, 19 to be exact including 9 this season (including each of his last 6 games).

FYI: the Manning-led Broncos are 12-2 SU and 10-4 ATS in game in which they have managed to hold opponents to 200 or less passing yards in a game.

Edge: Broncos.

On The Sidelines

Denver’s John Fox brings an 8-5 SU and ATS NFL postseason career mark into this game, dropping a 32-29 decision as a 7-point dog to New England in SB XXVII.

Fox is just 11-22 SU and 12-20-1 ATS in his NFL career in games versus .769 or greater opposition.

Seattle’s Pete Carroll is 5-4 SU and 6-3 ATS in his NFL playoff career.

The good news is Carroll is 36-24-4 ATS as an underdog in the NFL. The bad news is he is 1-5 SU/ATS as a dog of 2 or less points, and 0-11 SU as an underdog in games in which his team owns a win percentage of .647 or more.

Edge: None.

Super Bowl History

-- The NFC has controlled the last 32 Super Bowls, going 21-11 SU and 20-10-3 ATS, including 4-1 SU and ATS the last five years. The AFC, though, actually holds the upper hand of late, going 10-6 SU the last 16 years.

-- The last NFC No. 1 seed (Seahawks), other than New Orleans in 2009, to win a Super Bowl was St. Louis in 2000.

-- 17 of the last 20 quarterbacks have owned a QB Rating of 92.6 or better.

-- Favorites of 3 or less points (Broncos) are 7-4 SU and ATS, and 5-6 to the ‘Under’.

-- Teams who won their last two playoff games against foes that were off a playoff road win (Seahawks) are 4-8 SU/ATS, including 1-5 SU/ATS since 2000.

-- Teams who score 20 or fewer points in the game are 6-30 SU and 9-33 ATS. Teams who score 21 or more points in the game are 40-12 SU and 36-14-2 ATS.

-- The SU winner of a Super Bowl game is 39-6-2 ATS all-time.

Edge: None.

Ups And Downs

The oddsmakers have done their best job posting Over/Under totals on Super Bowl games. That’s confirmed by the fact that there have been 24 ‘Overs' and 22 ‘Unders’ in this history of the big game – with no total available in the inaugural game.

After the Giants and Patriots played to 17-14 ‘Under’ in 2008, each of the last five Super Bowl totals results have alternated, going: O-U-O-U-O since.

The big story in the world of Over/Under total in the NFL this season was the success realized in non-conference games throughout the 2013 season as these games were an amazing 49-15 to the ‘Over’.

Despite the success of this betting trend this season, there has not been a major move to the ‘Over’ in this year’s Super Bowl, due largely to the fact the game is being played outdoors in New Jersey.

Cold temperatures, snow and wind will likely be the determining factor as to which direction the opening total of 47.5 settles.

Edge: The weatherman.

As Charlie Brown would say, “That’s my 5 cents.” Enjoy the game!

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