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Super Bowl XLVII Prop Bet Recommendation: Joe Flacco longest completion

01.31.2013     12:34 PM     Sammy P Sports     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Sammy P Sports

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Joe Flacco Longest Completion
Recommendation: Over 40.5 (-110 @ LVH)


If the Baltimore Ravens are going to win this game, they will need to do it by exploiting San Francisco’s secondary.  That means Joe Flacco will need to make some big plays down field.  Flacco has shown a deft touch downfield throughout the season.  This postseason, we’ve already seen him toss passes of 47, 50, 59 and 70 yards. And in 19 total games this season, Flacco has hit for 40 or more yards 16 times.  The 49ers have surrendered at least one 40+ yard pass in five straight games dating back to the regular season. Look for a sixth here on Sunday.




Tags: NFL Baltimore Ravens Super Bowl XLVII Sammy P




Super Bowl XLVII Prop Bet Recommendation: Baltimore Total Sacks

01.31.2013     08:03 AM     Andrew Lange     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Andrew Lange

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Baltimore Total Sacks
Recommendation: Under 2 (-130 @ 5Dimes)


San Francisco’s Colin Kaepernick was sacked three times or more in three games this season. In his first real extended playing time of his career, Kaepernick was brought down three times against St. Louis, who finished second in the NFL in sacks. The Rams got to him again three times in Week 13 and Miami, another above average pass rush, took him down four times. Other than that, including both postseason games, Kaepernick was sacked either once or not at all. Baltimore posted a league average 37 sacks during the regular season. En route to the Super Bowl, they notched three apiece against Peyton Manning and Andrew Luck – two of the least mobile quarterbacks in the league. And against Tom Brady, who also isn't very swift and threw the ball 54 times, the Ravens came up empty in the sack department. To lose this bet, Baltimore will need to record three sacks. I don’t see that happening.




Tags: NFL Baltimore Ravens San Francisco 49ers Super Bowl XLVII Andrew Lange




Las Vegas provides bettors with endless options for Super Bowl XLVII

01.31.2013     06:59 AM     Printer Friendly
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If you live in Las Vegas and are looking for somewhere to watch Super Bowl XLVII, here is your definitive guide courtesy of the Las Vegas Sun. The options range from $1 hotdogs and $2 beer specials to $400 group packages that include bottles of top shelf booze and enough Miller Lites to take down an elephant. Enjoy.



Tags: NFL Super Bowl XLVII Las Vegas




Super Bowl XLVII Prop Bet Recommendation: Will there be three straight scores?

01.30.2013     02:54 PM     Teddy Covers     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Teddy Covers

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Will There Be Three Consecutive Scores for Either Team?
Recommendation: Yes (-170 @ LVH)


The 49ers-Falcons NFC Championship Game was a real nail-biter that came down to the final possession; a tight, thrilling contest.  But if you bet the “Yes” on this prop in that ballgame, you cashed a winning bet by the first play of the second quarter.  Football is a game of momentum swings; even in competitively lined contests like this one.  On a stage like the Super Bowl, those momentum swings are magnified. That’s why this prop has cashed 24 times in the last 31 Super Bowls, including three of the last four years – all tight, competitive Super Bowls.  And if this Super Bowl turns out to be not so tight and competitive, this prop will cash with ease.




Tags: NFL San Francisco 49ers Baltimore Ravens Super Bowl XLVII Teddy Covers




Super Bowl XLVII Prop Bet Recommendation: Frank Gore Rushing Yards vs. Louisville Points

01.30.2013     01:01 PM     Teddy Covers     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Teddy Covers

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Frank Gore Rushing Yards vs. Louisville Points (vs. Marquette on Sunday)
Recommendation: Gore +3.5 (-110 @ LVH)


Frank Gore is the heart and the soul of the 49ers offense.  We can expect the Ravens defense to concentrate on slowing Colin Kaepernick’s big play ability on the read-option, much like Atlanta did in the NFC Championship Game.  The end result of that defensive effort for Gore was a 21 carry, 90-yard effort on the heels of his 23 carry, 119-yard effort against the Packers the previous week.  If San Fran has a second half lead, there’s going to be a steady stream of Gore rushing yards.  Louisville’s offense has struggled for the last few weeks; averaging just 62 points per game over its last four contests; well shy of their season long 74 ppg average.  Marquette certainly isn’t going to try to run with Louisville – they did that in the Big East tournament last year and got run out of the gym!  The Golden Eagles have only let one team hang 70+ on them in regulation since Christmas, and I don’t expect Louisville to change that.



Tags: NFL San Francisco 49ers Super Bowl XLVII Teddy Covers




Super Bowl XLVII Prop Bet Recommendation: Joe Flacco pass attempts

01.29.2013     02:10 PM     ICC     Printer Friendly
Submitted by ICC

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Joe Flacco Pass Attempts
Recommendation: Over 33.5 (-150 @ 5Dimes)


My thinking behind this prop is fairly straightforward. I don’t see the Ravens being able to get their running game going against the staunch 49ers defensive front. Baltimore running backs Ray Rice and Bernard Pierce were held in check by the New England Patriots in the AFC Championship with just 100 rushing yards. New England had the 9th ranked run defense in the NFL this season. San Francisco has the 4th ranked run defense allowing a paltry 94.2 yards per game. I don’t anticipate seeing a lot of success running the football for Baltimore once again this week and that will force Joe Flacco into passing situations early and often if the Ravens are going to be able to move the football and put points on the board.

Flacco’s pass attempts skyrocketed upward in Baltimore’s last two playoff games. He threw the football 34 times against Denver despite the Ravens run game working well that day and he threw the football 36 times against New England. Part of it was because the run game didn’t work against the Patriots but also because Flacco is playing Read more


Tags: NFL Baltimore Ravens Super Bowl XLVII Ian Cameron




Super Bowl XLVII Prop Bet Recommendation: Michael Crabtree total receptions

01.29.2013     01:40 PM     ICC     Printer Friendly
Submitted by ICC

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Michael Crabtree Total Receptions
Recommendation: Over 6 (-130 @ 5Dimes)


A lot of times we talk about betting the “hot team” in the NFL playoffs. Well I guess you can say that I’m betting the “hot wide receiver” here with this prop recommendation as I’m playing Michael Crabtree over six total receptions at a reasonable. Slowly but steadily Crabtree has become a bigger go-to target in the passing game for Colin Kaepernick. Crabtree has had six or more catches in six of San Francisco’s last seven games. The one game where he didn’t was a rain soaked affair in Seattle when the 49ers were caught in the mother of all miserable travel spots having played in New England the week before. Crabtree caught nine passes and was targeted 11 times by Kaepernick in the Divisional Playoff round against Green Bay. He caught six passes and was targeted seven times in the NFC Championship against Atlanta. He should have an impact on this game against a Baltimore secondary that was spotty in their pass coverage throughout the season and ranked just 17th in the NFL in pass defense allowing over 220 passing yards per game. Read more


Tags: NFL San Francisco 49ers Super Bowl XLVII Ian Cameron




Super Bowl XLVII Prop Bet Recommendation: Anquan Boldin total receptions

01.29.2013     11:52 AM     Rob Veno     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Rob Veno

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Anquan Boldin Total Receptions
Recommendation: Over 4.5 (-120 @ LVH)


In a game of this magnitude, it makes perfect sense to side with players who exude physical and mental toughness. Two years ago I played a Hines Ward receiving yards prop over the total because there was value in the number due to the perception that he was an aging and fading star. Ward’s overall toughness and big game prowess came through (7 catches, 78 yards) and the ticket was easily cashed. This year presents a similar situation except Anquan Boldin is not viewed as aging. Still, there looks to be plenty of value in his total receptions prop. After a slow start in the first couple games of the season, Boldin has been targeted by Joe Flacco seven times or more in 12 of the team’s last 16 games including 10+ five times. More importantly, here in the playoffs Boldin has become even more of a target with Flacco tossing his way an average of nine times per game resulting in 5.3 receptions per contest. Expect the numbers to grow even higher on Sunday as San Francisco will be extremely aware of Torrey Smith’s ability to hurt them deep. Boldin is likely to get Read more


Tags: NFL Baltimore Ravens Super Bowl XLVII Rob Veno




Judge wants jurors to speed up sports betting case to avoid missing Super Bowl XLVII

01.29.2013     08:13 AM     Printer Friendly
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This is funny. There's a mob case in Philadelphia that has been dragging on since October. It involves illegal sports betting and loansharking. The jury has been deliberating for four weeks and the judge, hoping to speed up the process, mentioned to the jurors that they may have to work the biggest sports betting day of the year, Super Bowl Sunday, if they don't reach a verdict. Can’t confirm, but we suspect the judge has some Baltimore +4 in his pocket.



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Super Bowl XLVII Prop Bet Recommendation: Total Interceptions by Both Teams

01.29.2013     06:57 AM     Rob Veno     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Rob Veno

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Total Interceptions by Both Teams
Recommendation: Over 1.5 (-105 @ 5Dimes)


Baltimore has faced a trio of strong quarterbacks and passing attacks in the playoffs thus far. Despite allowing a rather hefty 286.7 passing yards per game this postseason, the Ravens have been a successful ball hawking secondary. Versus Andrew Luck, Peyton Manning and Tom Brady, Baltimore has come up with five interceptions mostly due to physical coverage and an active defensive line. Batted balls by Ravens defensive linemen frustrated the 6-5 Brady in the AFC Championship including a key fourth quarter interception. The active, arms up approach of Baltimore’s defensive line has now seen three straight above average sized quarterbacks and should be able to create a couple of opportunities against 6-6 Colin Kaepernick who doesn’t have an extremely high release point. Ravens cornerbacks Corey Graham and Cary Williams along with veteran free safety Ed Reed are all capable of capitalizing on whatever chances are created.

For San Francisco it has been a different story in the playoffs as they’ve yet to come up with an interception. However, they had Read more


Tags: NFL San Francisco 49ers Baltimore Ravens Super Bowl XLVII Rob Veno



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