The Atlanta Falcons offense has been nearly unstoppable all season long. The Dirty Birds led the NFL in points by a wide margin while also sitting second in total yardage (by just 20 yards). This explosive offense ultimately saw Matt Ryan, Devonta Freeman and Julio Jones all voted to the Pro Bowl.
However, could this trio of Pro Bowlers actually doom the Falcons in Super Bowl 51?
The New England Patriots have faced a QB-RB-WR trio of Pro Bowlers in the playoffs six times during the Tom Brady/Bill Belichick era. The Patriots won each of those six games.
There is no possible way a human being can dig through the hundreds of prop bets for Super Bowl 51 to uncover every possible edge. That’s why we have a full team of people and they have uncovered one of the sneakiest props you can bet on February 5.
You can get the Atlanta Falcons to score first at -105. Though this prop can seem highly dependent on the 50/50 coin flip to some, there are numbers to confirm backing Matt Ryan and company is the informed decision.
If you like playing underdogs, the point spread for the Super Bowl has become little more than a decoration.
That’s because the dogs aren’t only covering in Super Bowls lately, they’re winning them outright. The team getting the points has won the Super Bowl outright in five straight seasons and in eight of the last nine years.
No need for the points, it would seem. Skip right to the moneyline for maximum payout.
Despite what most TV networks would have you believe, there are other sports played on Super Bowl Sunday and some books offer props on something specific that will happen in another sport compared with something that will happen in the Super Bowl. The most common representation of this is a number-based “which will be higher” type of wager.
If you bet on football, then you’ve probably noticed the New England Patriots are pulling in Zuckerberg kinda money for their backers this season.
The Pats are 15-3 against the spread heading into Super Bowl 51 and that ranks as the No. 2 betting record in the NFL ever. The No. 1 spot belongs to the 1989 San Francisco 49ers. They went 16-3 that season on their way to winning Super Bowl XXIV (a game in which they also covered the spread by 34 points).
An overwhelming favorite to win the NFL’s MVP trophy, Matt Ryan has been the toast of the league the entire 2016 season. He’s put up some eye-popping numbers and is entering the Super Bowl with 18 touchdowns and no interceptions in his last six games.
As everyone is well aware, Tom Brady is playing some of the best football of his career right now and is getting ready to make his seventh Super Bowl appearance. Brady has already started more games in the Super Bowl than any other quarterback in the history of the league and with a win will become the winningest starting signal-caller in the illustrious game’s history.
If the OddsShark Super Computer becomes a sentient being, we’re all doomed. It’s gone 9-1 against the spread and 8-2 straight up during the 2017 NFL postseason and will more than likely become our robot overlord sooner rather than later if it keeps improving at the rate it has. All Matrix theories aside, the computer is cleaning up and is back one more time this season for its Super Bowl 51 pick and it’s siding with the underdog Atlanta Falcons.
Almost immediately after his defeat to the New England Patriots, Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger hinted that he may be calling it quits, citing family and health as his main concerns. His teammates were just as shocked as the media by Ben’s comments but when you’re 34 years old, the kind of game Roethlisberger plays is tough to maintain.
Primeiro jogador a cruzar a endzone rende cifras altíssimas
O Super Bowl LI vem aí e sem dúvida este é o evento mais interessante para você lucrar. Uma das melhores oportunidades é investir em quem vai marcar o primeiro touchdown do jogo, que rende mais de 850%, de acordo com projeções do Bumbet. Com um ataque feroz, os Falcons largam com mais favoritos, mas os Patriots também trazem grandes nomes.
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