Bet On Super Bowl 47 Right Now at Bovada Sportsbook!


The 2012 NFL schedule has been released and the NFL Draft is said and done with, and that means that we are just a few short months away from betting on the Super Bowl lines once again. However, if you want the best Super Bowl odds on the board, you’re going to have to act fast, and the masters at Bovada Sportsbook not only have some of the best Super Bowl betting lines that you’ll see all year long, but they also are offering you a 20% sportsbook bonus and a re-up bonus just for joining through Bang the Book!

Those of you that have been around the sportsbook world for some time must know of Calvin Ayre, and though his sportsbook for Americans is no longer BoDog, you get the same great service and reputation that has been built up for years and years now that the site has rebranded itself as Bovada. Bonuses are usually few and far between from Calvin Ayre, but if you act right now, you can get 20% added to your initial deposit or any re-deposit if you do so through Bang the Book.

What you do get out of Bovada though, is a ton of betting options. NFL bettors will just love the fact that you can already bet on the Offensive Rookie of the Year, Defensive Rookie of the Year, season win totals, odds to win all of the divisions, odds to win each conference, and finally, what we are looking at today, the odds to win Super Bowl 47.

If you’re looking to play any of the favorites on the Super Bowl betting lines, Bovada is definitely the place to be. You aren’t going to find a better price than the 13/2 offered right now on the Green Bay Packers or the matching odds on the New England Patriots.

If you back the Pack, you know that you are counting on the defense stepping it up this year. The unit was one of the worst in the league a season ago, though the offense put up numbers that truly were in epic conversation. The Patriots though, are right there for the taking as well in the AFC. After making it to the Super Bowl and failing to get the job done last year, you know that QB Tom Brady and the crew are going to want to get some vengeance and finish the objective in 2012.

Later down the road, teams like the Houston Texans and the Philadelphia Eagles, who are right around 10 to 1 at most other sportsbooks, could both be had at the remarkable price of 14/1 right now at Bovada. These are probably the two most intriguing teams in the respective conferences, knowing that both have the talent to be able to go all the way. It’s going to be a matter of staying healthy and holding onto the pigskin for both, and if both can survive their divisions, first round byes aren’t out of the question, and that might mean a trip for these two to the Super Bowl.

The defending Super Bowl champs, the New York Giants are a lofty 18 to 1 to repeat as the Lombardi Trophy holders, but their crosstown rivals, the New York Jets are in the discussion as well at 25/1.

There are definitely some longshots at Bovada that are worth a look as well. Remember last year that the Tennessee Titans finished just shy of the postseason. Now, if RB Chris Johnson ends up having a better year on the ground, this team might be a steal at 50/1. Keep an eye as well on the Oakland Raiders at 65/1, as they were almost in the postseason last year, too before blowing it in Week 17.

The longest shots on the Super Bowl betting lines right now? Try the Cleveland Browns at 200 to 1 and the Jacksonville Jaguars and Indianapolis Colts from the AFC South, both of which are 150 to 1. In the NFC, the team that you’d be taking out the lottery ticket on would be the Minnesota Vikings at 100 to 1.

2012 Super Bowl 47 Odds, Courtesy of (as of 7/18/12)
Green Bay Packers 13/2
New England Patriots 13/2
San Francisco 49ers 10/1
Denver Broncos 14/1
Houston Texans 14/1
Philadelphia Eagles14/1
Baltimore Ravens 16/1
Chicago Bears 16/1
New Orleans Saints 18/1
New York Giants 18/1
Pittsburgh Steelers 18/1
Dallas Cowboys 20/1
Detroit Lions 20/1
Atlanta Falcons 25/1
New York Jets 25/1
San Diego Chargers 25/1
Carolina Panthers 35/1
Cincinnati Bengals 40/1
Arizona Cardinals 50/1
Buffalo Bills 50/1
Kansas City Chiefs 50/1
Miami Dolphins 50/1
Seattle Seahawks 50/1
Tennessee Titans 50/1
Washington Redskins 50/1
Oakland Raiders 65/1
St. Louis Rams 75/1
Tampa Bay Buccaneers 75/1
Minnesota Vikings 100/1
Indianapolis Colts 150/1
Jacksonville Jaguars 150/1
Cleveland Browns 200/1

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Adam Markowitz

is a staff writer living in the Orlando area. He has covered NFL, MLB, college football, CFL, AFL, NBA, college basketball, NASCAR, golf, tennis, and the NHL for a number of various outlets in his career, and he has been published by a number of different media outlets, including the Orlando Sentinel and the Wall Street Journal.

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