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Three NFL Super Bowl Props to Consider

Super Bowl week is approaching, and sportsbooks are spitting out a gluttony of team and player propositions. We’ve highlighted three Super Bowl player prop bets below that you could consider when placing your wagers on the Big Game.

Total Passing Attempts, Russell Wilson (SEA) - Over/Under 26.5 (-115 o/u)


Super Bowl XLVIII Betting News & Notes

The Super Bowl point spread doesn’t have much wiggle room before hitting the key number of three.

The vast majority of sportsbooks in Nevada and offshore had the Denver Broncos favored by 2.5 points over the Seattle Seahawks heading into the weekend, but there were a few shops that had Denver -3.

Bovada had been offering Seattle at +3 throughout the week, but even at the inflated number on the underdog 60 percent of the action was still on the Broncos.


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Super Bowl Weather Props: Will It Snow?

The first cold-weather Super Bowl has generated the first cold-weather betting props.

And for fans of snowy football, the first Super Bowl weather prop listed by Bovada is whether or not it will snow in New Jersey for Super Bowl 48.

The 'no' is a steep -500 favorite position now, but that can change closer to kickoff.


Super Bowl Props - Full Odds List

Expect more than 500 Super Bowl prop bets from one sportsbook alone by the time kickoff of Super Bowl 48 happens on Feb. 2. For the first time, there are weather-related props with the game hosted by New Jersey. The typical coin toss props (there are four of them this year), halftime show props, Gatorade shower odds, and national anthem over-under time limit odds are all back.

Check out the full list courtesy of Bovada with more to come from them and other sportsbooks.


Super Bowl Gatorade Shower Prop Odds

In the last 13 years only three head coaches have escaped a Gatorade bath after winning the Super Bowl. With frigid temperatures expected for the Big Game at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, N.J., both Denver Broncos coach John Fox and Seattle Seahawks coach Pete Carroll would likely prefer to stay dry.

Super Bowl prop bettors, however, want to see a dousing. Oddsmakers at Bovada have installed “Clear/Water” as the favorite to be the color of liquid refreshment dumped on the winning coach.


NFL Conference Championship Trends

After the first two weeks of the NFL playoffs road teams are 4-4 SU and 5-2-1 ATS, while underdogs are 5-2-1 ATS, with three winning outright.

Over the past four seasons in the conference championships, road teams are 6-2 ATS while underdogs are 4-4 ATS.


NFL Computer Picks: Conf Championships

NFL bettors will need to be savvy shoppers when choosing a pointspread pick for this weekend’s AFC Championship and NFC Championship games.

The OddsShark Computer model indicates both spreads for Sunday’s doubleheader are spot on. These lines are tight. The totals, however, may provide some value.


AFC Championship Game Betting Odds

Tom Brady and Peyton Manning will be squaring off in the AFC Championship Game for the third time when the New England Patriots travel to Denver this week to face the Broncos.

The Broncos opened as 6.5-point favorites after knocking off the San Diego Chargers, 24-17, in the divisional round.

For betting interest, the home team has won and covered three playoff meetings of these teams. And the past four meetings played OVER the total.

The Patriots are 5-1 SU and ATS in the past six games vs Broncos.

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Patriots vs Broncos Prop Betting Odds

Peyton Manning will pass for 50 yards more than Tom Brady in the AFC Championship Game if one football betting prop is accurate.

Manning’s over-under passing yard prop is 320.5, considerably higher than Brady’s 269.5. It’s a big discrepancy for the game’s biggest QBs in their biggest game of the season.

The Denver Broncos remained favored by four points at Bovada with a total of 56. But the AFC title game props offered even more profit potential.



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