Super Bowl Bets can run the gamut, as everyone knows, but some wagers are simply more appealing than others. All sports betting is a guessing game of sorts, but not all plays are created equal as some provide a wonderful opportunity to actually reap a reward while others possess more of a shot-in-the-dark quality. Sure, the occasional dart throw can be entertaining, but it is always more fun to make a profit. Educated guessing, anyone?
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Will either team score three unanswered times in the game:
Both of these offenses are explosive and capable of scoring in bunches which is precisely why the No at +135 odds makes the most sense. It seems unreasonable to think that either defense will completely shut down the two respective offenses. The only way I see three unanswered scores coming to fruition is via the turnover.
Will the Giants convert a fourth down:
New York was anything but efficient at converting the fourth down in the regular season, hitting on just four of its 13 attempts and it has only gone for it on fourth down two times (1-for-2) in these playoffs. While the odds are not the best, here’s betting the Giants either do not go for it of fourth down or are unsuccessful in converting a fourth down attempt.
Will the Patriots convert a fourth down:
In closer games Bill Belichick is not afraid to gamble a bit, especially if he feels a fourth down conversion might be the difference between winning and losing. New England did quite well on fourth down during the regular season, converting on seven of its 11 attempts (64 percent) and it is 1-for-1 in the post-season with a successful conversion against the Ravens in the AFC Championship.
First team to kickoff will be:
If the Patriots win the coin toss, we know they will defer as they have with every winning toss since Tom Brady injured his knee in the 2008 season opener against Kansas City. There is always the chance that New York wins and defers, but that seems unlikely. Yes, the odds are kind of steep, but the chances of New England kicking off first are extremely high.
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