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Super Bowl Betting

The countdown is on for Super Bowl 51, and the real question is: Who will take home the Lombardi trophy this season? Futures are out, and the usual suspects, the Green Bay Packers, New England Patriots and Seattle Seahawks are topping the oddsboard, but will the faves prevail this year? Or will the ‘dogs come out on top?

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Super Bowl 51 is scheduled to take place on February 5th, 2017, at NRG Stadium in Houston, Texas. There is plenty of NFL betting action this season to prime you for the main event, and we have you covered throughout the entire football season. From odds, trends, stats and matchup reports, OddsShark is your ultimate sports information guide on the journey to Super Bowl 51.

2017 Super Bowl Betting

Our editorial team works around the clock to provide the most up-to-date sports information, stats and trends to keep bettors in the know approaching Super Bowl 51. If you're planning to place a futures bet this season, take a look at these stats and trends:

Super Bowl 51 Shark Bites
  • The Broncos will look to be the first team since the Patriots in 2004 and 2005 to win back-to-back Super Bowl titles.
  • The Broncos are included in the seven teams to have previously won back-to-back titles, after winning it all in 1998 and 1999.
  • Only one team has won consecutive Super Bowls more than once, as the Pittsburgh Steelers earned the title in both 1975 and 1976, and 1979 and 1980.
  • No team has ever won three consecutive bowls.
  • So far, NFC teams have had a slight upper hand, winning 26 Super Bowl titles, compared to the AFC’s 24.
  • The Steelers lead the league in Super Bowl wins with six, while the 49ers and Cowboys have five apiece.
  • Only four teams in NFL history have had perfect regular seasons. The most recent being the 2007 Patriots, who were 16-0 in the regular season, won their first two playoff games, then suffered a devastating Super Bowl loss against the New York Giants.
  • Charles Haley holds the record for most Super Bowl rings won as a player, including two victories with San Francisco, and three with Dallas.
  • The record for most Super Bowls ever won by a coach is shared by former Steelers head coach Chuck Noll, and current Patriots head coach Bill Belichik, who both have four.

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