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.
In this day and age, it has become increasingly easy to overanalyze each and every bet you make. This only multiplies when you’re trying to cap a game as big as the Super Bowl. We decided to take this overabundance of information to the next level and try to find the most bizarre trends for Super Bowl 51.
Oddly enough, these ridiculous trends all come out favoring the New England Patriots. Does that mean you should take these as the gospel truth? God, no! Coincidence doesn’t even begin to describe these, but that doesn’t mean it’s not fun to read them and shake our heads anyway.
Here we go. After 266 games the Patriots and Falcons are the only teams left standing. The two high-scoring teams will square off in Houston for Super Bowl LI and with much of the focus on off-the-field storylines, we’re here to analyze what matters most to bettors — the spread and the total. With the Patriots favored in a game with the highest total in Super Bowl history, here’s what you need to know before placing a bet on the game.
The Super Bowl has gone to the dogs in the past 15 years with underdogs paying out at a profitable 12-3 ATS clip. In fact, the past five Super Bowls have been won outright by dogs, and eight of the past nine have gone the same way at the betting window.
As Super Bowl 51 looms and as bettors revisit Super Bowl betting odds history for some perspective, fans of the Patriots realize that their team has not been a very good bet. In the team's last five Super Bowl appearances, the Patriots are just 1-4 ATS.
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