The least likely Super Bowl scenario is the Ravens vs the Giants, which would be a repeat of Super Bowl XLV when Baltimore crushed New York.
If you bet that today and both the Ravens and Giants win Sunday, it’s a 12/1 payout.
It’s just one of dozens of prop bets on the NFL conference final odds menu, according to . For the record, they made a Patriots vs 49ers Super Bowl as the top betting choice at 2/1 odds.
Questions like ‘How many Harbaughs will coach in the Super Bowl?’ is a fun prop with brothers Jim and John coaching the 49ers and Ravens respectively.
There are odds on which QB will have the most passing yards (Tom Brady leads that one) and on which receiver will have the most yardage (Hakeem Nicks at 7/2 leads that prop).
As for the games themselves, the betting continues to pour in on the Ravens and continues to offer the best underdog line at +9.
“We are holding the Patriots at -9 and money is coming in literally 50/50 on this spread and I would expect that to continue throughout the week with a spread this high,” explains Bovada’s Kevin Bradley.
“But in the other matchup right now 56% of the money is on the Giants taking the 3 points and I can see that getting somewhere closer to 60% or more by game time based on how the public has bought into the Giants and how they have been betting them the last few weeks.”
2012 NFL Playoffs Props courtesy of with a hot 20% signup bonus up to $100 in free wagers (plus $1000 or more in the poker room):
What will be the exact outcome of the 2012 Super Bowl XLVI?
New England Beats San Francisco 2/1
New England Beats New York Giants 3/1
Baltimore Beats San Francisco 9/1
Baltimore Beats New York Giants 15/1
San Francisco Beats New England 5/1
San Francisco Beats Baltimore 11/1
New York Giants beats New England 11/2
New York Giants beats Baltimore 12/1
CONFERENCE FINALS Props - Who will Record the Most Passing Yards?
Tom Brady (NE) QB 10/11
Eli Manning (NYG) QB 5/4
Joe Flacco (BAL) QB 9/2
Alex Smith (SF) QB 15/2
CONFERENCE FINALS Props - Who will Record the Most Rushing Yards?
Ray Rice (BAL) RB 2/3
Frank Gore (SF) RB 13/10
Ahmad Bradshaw (NYG) RB 6/1
Brandon Jacobs (NYG) RB 12/1
CONFERENCE FINALS - Who will Record the Most Receiving Yards?
Hakeem Nicks (NYG) WR 7/2
Wes Welker (NE) WR 4/1
Rob Gronkowski (NE) TE 9/2
Victor Cruz (NYG) WR 5/1
Aaron Hernandez (NE) TE 7/1
Anquan Boldin (BAL) WR 7/1
Torrey Smith (BAL) WR 10/1
Michael Crabtree (SF) WR 10/1
Vernon Davis (SF) TE 10/1
Mario Manningham (NYG) WR 15/1
2012 NFL Playoffs - How many Harbaughs will appear in the 2012 Super Bowl XLVI?