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Super Bowl XLVI Gambling: New York Giants were at one time 80-1 to win Super Bowl

01.25.2012     10:30 AM     Printer Friendly
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At one point this season, the New York Giants were priced at 80-to-1 to win the Super Bowl. Those who were able to take advantage have made Las Vegas bookmakers somewhat nervous heading into next week's big game.


“They got hit pretty hard at the high number,” Vaccaro said. “If the Giants win this game, it could do some damage out here, there is no doubt. A lot of guys were rooting for San Francisco on Sunday, I can tell you that.”

“I remember we opened them at about 20 to 1 last February, right after last year’s Super Bowl,” Jay Kornegay, the director of the sports book at the Las Vegas Hilton, said. “But when they hit that losing streak, it went up. I mean, they lost to Vince Young and the Eagles! We were lucky the bets didn’t come our way, but there are some tickets out there.”

Kornegay added: “Even at the start of the playoffs we had them at 30 to 1 to win the Super Bowl. They had a very hard road.”





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Super Bowl XLVI Betting: New England Patriots hope to learn from SB XLII loss

01.25.2012     06:38 AM     Printer Friendly
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It occurred four years ago, but the New England Patriots are hoping to learn from their Super Bowl XLII loss to New York. The Boston Globe lists the 5 Things That Went Wrong during the game and what changes have taken place for the Pats since then.


1. The Patriots couldn't protect Tom Brady
2. Running game was a non-factor
3. There was too little diversification in the passing game
4. The defensive backs were ineffective
5. The pressure of chasing the perfect season was too great 





Tags: NFL New England Patriots New York Giantrs Super Bowl XLVI




Super Bowl XLVI Gambling: Bettors gear up for release of prop bets

01.25.2012     06:28 AM     Printer Friendly
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Hoping to get a hold of the LVH's (new name for the Las Vegas Hilton) prop bets for Super Bowl XLVI. There are expected to be as many as 325 for bettors to choose from. Last year props were posted on the Thursday afternoon after the conference championships.


“The professionals do bet on props but the handle taken in from the public masses that flock to Las Vegas during Super Bowl weekend far outweighs the smart money.”






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Super Bowl XLVI Gambling: Players like Sterling Moore help fuel Patriots

01.24.2012     12:56 PM     Teddy Covers     Printer Friendly
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There’s only one reason that the New England Patriots, not the Baltimore Ravens, are in the Super Bowl.  That reason?  Unheralded, undrafted rookie free agent Sterling Moore made the game saving play, knocking the ball out of Baltimore wide receiver Lee Evans’ hands in the end zone, negating what would have been the game winning Ravens touchdown in the closing seconds.

Moore’s story is a fascinating one.  He didn’t get any scholarship offers out of high school.  After enrolling at Laney Community College in Oakland, he tried out for the football team on a lark, as a favor for a friend.  After playing for two years at Laney, Moore moved on to SMU for his final two collegiate seasons. 

Why SMU?  In Laney’s own words:  “They were the only D-I school that offered me. I felt like I could play at that level and said, ‘I might as well.’ “After a couple of undistinguished seasons with the Mustangs, he was not drafted.  But his home town team, Read more


Tags: NFL New England Patriots New York Giants Super Bowl XLVI Teddy Covers




Super Bowl XLVI Betting Tips: New England Patriots first half O/U review

01.24.2012     07:29 AM     Rob Veno     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Rob Veno

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New York Giants vs. New England -3 O/U 55.5

For the upcoming Super Bowl between New York and New England, the first half total currently sits at 27.5 or 28 depending on where you shop. There is a real head scratching contrast in the first half play of Patriots games this season. What’s very interesting to note is that their road games have been significantly higher scoring than those played in Foxboro. In six of their eight road games this season, New England’s first halves have totaled 27 or more points and those contests averaged 31 points. Conversely, Patriots home games resulted in 23 first half points or less seven of 10 times for an average of 21.7 points. The initial reaction to those extremely different first half point totals would be that New England’s last two games have been at home and their defense has improved of late. Therefore it stands to reason that their first half totals would average out lower. That argument sinks in immediately when you Read more


Tags: NFL New England Patriots New York Giants Super Bowl XLVI Rob Veno




Super Bowl XLVI Gambling Update: Bettors continue to flock towards Giants

01.24.2012     06:31 AM     Printer Friendly
UPDATE

We're about 36 hour removed from sportsbooks posting their openers for Super Bowl XLVI. Up until this point a majority of the money has come in on the New York Giants. We mentioned yesterday that most offshore shops opened with New England -3.5. Bettors however pounced on the Giants and the key number of +3.5. The line then dipped to New England -3 (-120) followed shortly thereafter by a flat -3 (-110). Then yesterday afternoon another wave of Giants money came in dropping the line to New England -3 (+105/EV)/New York +3 (-125/-120). There are even a few offshore shops (5Dimes, BetOnline) currently offering the Pats at -2.5 (-125). Pinnacle's dropdown menu has New England -2.5 (-120). In Las Vegas, every major sportsbook is showing New England -3 (EV or -105).





Super Bowl XLVI Gambling: Early money comes in on New York Giants

01.23.2012     06:42 AM     Read more


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Gambling on Super Bowl XLVI: Tom Brady vs. New York Giants defense

01.24.2012     06:02 AM     ER Sports     Printer Friendly
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New York Giants vs. New England -3 O/U 55.5

As we approach Super Bowl XLVI, Patriots quarterback Tom Brady against the New York Giants pass rush presents a fascinating matchup.  In the 2008 Super Bowl, the Giants were clearly able to frustrate Brady as New England’s vaunted offense was held to 14 points and under 300 totla yards.  Much has changed over the last four years, but Brady was banged around and lacking confidence once again in their Week 9 loss (24-20) to the Giants.  In fact, while watching that game it was one of the few times I’d witnessed Brady lose some of his composure. For good measure, Brady was sickened with his play in the AFC championship game against the sturdy Baltimore defense.   


"As time goes on, I still can’t watch highlights from that game," Brady said this morning in his Read more



Tags: NFL New England Patriots New York Giants Super Bowl XLVI Erin Rynning




New Jersey's Chris Christie not biting on Super Bowl bets

01.23.2012     01:55 PM     Printer Friendly
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New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie was recently asked if he'd participate in a little political wagering for the upcoming Super Bowl XLVI between the New York Giants and New England Patriots. These never involve any type of pointspread and as far as we know, money never exchanges hands. The winner typically takes home a crate of some local fare like bratwurst or bagels while the loser has to (gasp!) wear the winning team's jersey to work on Monday. When asked if there was anything on the table with Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick, Christie said those types of bets are “really stupid.” He did however say he’d get involved if Patrick talked too much smack.


“It’s just politicians trying to get themselves in the newspaper on what’s really a sporting event,” he said. “As all of you know, I’m in the news enough. I don’t need that as an excuse.”

But if the Massachusetts governor called him up and “challenged his manhood” or “shames me into it,” that could be Read more



Tags: NFL New England Patriots New York Giants Super Bowl XLVI




50 Cent joins the Celebrities Who Have Never Lost A Sports Bet club

01.23.2012     01:06 PM     Printer Friendly
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The Sportsmemo Blog embraces all things gambling related, even if it includes 50 Cent and his supposed winnings ($500k) from last weekend's NFL Playoffs. Mr. Cent claims to have cashed in on New York's win over San Francisco in the NFC title game – it was a "voice" that pointed him in towards the G-Men. Our own Teddy Covers was down at Las Vegas’ M Casino and sat nearby 50 Cent and undefeated boxer/undefeated sports bettor Floyd Mayweather. You can listen to Teddy's analysis of the celebrity sighting as well as both championship games right here. As for Mr. 50, he plans on passing along the extra scratch to his mother's church. No need for a collection plate this Sunday.



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Las Vegas oddsmaker surprised by betting action on New York Giants

01.23.2012     07:54 AM     Printer Friendly
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Wynn sportsbook director John Avello was surprised by the early money coming in on the New York Giants for Super Bowl XLVI.


“I’m a little bit surprised,” Wynn sports book director John Avello said of the early movement. “I think it was an easy number to make. I was thinking 4 the entire time with the Giants. I was thinking Patriots by 6.5 over the 49ers.”

“Everything was shaping up perfectly there before the David Tyree catch,” MGM Resorts International sports book director Jay Rood recalled last week. “We needed the favorite winning, but not covering. So, no, I think the Giants and Patriots would give us a great opportunity this year. The matchup would be great to drive interest.”





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