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Super Bowl LI Prop Bet Pick: Luke Bryan National Anthem Length

02.03.2017     09:20 AM     Alex Smith     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Alex Smith

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Luke Bryan National Anthem UNDER 2:16
Country Star Luke Bryan will sing "The Star-Spangled Banner" for the third time at an official sporting event and fourth time overall inside a sports venue. He sang in 2008 before the Titans/Browns game on a cold December day with lots of reverb, clocking in at 1:43. Then he opened up the 2012 MLB All-Star Game in Kansas City with a rendition that went exactly two minutes, and drew a bit of criticism, as he had the lyrics written on his hand to avoid missing any words. Bryan was the first person to ever sing the anthem in US Bank Stadium, home of the Minnesota Vikings (and ironically the venue for next year's Super Bowl) to open his concert back on August 20, in a very classic, slow tempo that registered at 2:29. We've seen the last 10 anthems clock in at an average of 1:58, and the last male singer to perform was 10 years ago, when Billy Joel sang at Super Bowl 41 in Miami in 90 seconds. While we've seen many female vocalists draw out the anthem with late vibrato riffs, I expect more of a straightforward approach from the Georgia native. Play this one under.

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Tags: NFL Atlanta Falcons New England Patriots Super Bowl LI Alex B. Smith




Super Bowl LI Prop Bet Pick: Will Either Team Convert a Fourth Down?

02.03.2017     09:13 AM     Teddy Covers     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Teddy Covers

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Will Either Team Convert a Fourth Down?  Yes (-200)
Somebody is going to be behind in the fourth quarter of this game. Somebody is going to be facing a fourth an inches in the red zone. Both teams went for it on fourth downs more than the average squad (especially the average playoff teams, who weren’t trailing in the fourth quarter all season), and both team were in the Top 10 in conversion percentage.  The key here is that I trust BOTH of these offenses to have a well above average chance to convert on any fourth down conversion tries.

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Tags: NFL Atlanta Falcons New England Patriots Super Bowl LI Teddy Covers




Super Bowl LI Prop Bet Pick: Number of Atlanta Falcons With A Rush Attempt

02.03.2017     09:09 AM     ICC     Printer Friendly
Submitted by ICC

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Number of Atlanta Falcons With A Rush Attempt: Over 3.5 -135
The Atlanta Falcons had four different players with a rush attempt in each of their two playoff games and I think we will see that trend continue on Sunday. Devonta Freeman, Tevin Coleman and Matt Ryan (who is athletic enough to make plays and scored a rushing TD against Green Bay) are likely candidates to carry the ball at least once and I think there will be a fourth player to get an attempt. Receivers Julio Jones, Mohamed Sanu and Taylor Gabriel are absolutely candidates to carry the ball on an end-around or double reverse type play. And trick plays certainly can't be ruled out of the equation especially with a creative offensive mind like Kyle Shanahan at the controls of the offense. Atlanta has a recent track record of 4+ players carrying the ball and it’s worth riding again on Sunday.

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Tags: NFL Atlanta Falcons New England Patriots Super Bowl LI Ian Cameron




Super Bowl LI Betting: Las Vegas sportsbooks take big bets on both Patriots and Falcons

02.02.2017     10:25 AM     Printer Friendly
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ESPN Chalk has a list of some of the noteworthy bets taken at Las Vegas sportsbooks thus far. Looks as if there is equal love for both teams; hence why the line remains "3" across the board.




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Super Bowl LI Gambling: Prop bets give bettors a great chance for big profits

01.30.2017     12:20 PM     ICC     Printer Friendly
Submitted by ICC

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The stage is set for Sunday's Super Bowl LI in Houston. The Las Vegas and offshore consensus opening line was New England -3 and it's held put save for a few shops adjusting on juice.  The total opened 57 and has since been bet up to 58.5 offshore and 59 in Vegas. This is the sixth Super Bowl that will feature the league's top scoring offense (Atlanta) against the league's top scoring defense NFL (New England).The top ranked scoring defense won four of the five previous games; the most recent in 2013 when Seattle demolished Denver 43-8.

As mentioned in previous columns, New England's gaudy numbers were assisted in a big way by the league's weakest strength of schedule. The Patriots also faced a slew of lower-tiered quarterbacks. But against the Pittsburgh Steelers, who were projected to be their toughest offensive opponent to-date, New England allowed a modest 368 yards and 17 points en route to a dominating 36-17 win in the AFC Championship. Atlanta's offensive output (420 ypg, 6.7 ypp) was in no way fluky. The Falcons faced one of the toughest defensive slates in the league and routinely were able to move the ball seemingly at will. The big question is can Read more



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Betting markets remain quiet with Super Bowl LI less than a week away

01.30.2017     09:25 AM     Printer Friendly
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We're less than a week away from Super Bowl LI and thus far, the betting markets have been pretty quiet. Despite the "high profile vs. low profile" matchup, sportsbooks have kept the game lined at a field goal. Offshore, there are a number of books that are "leaning" towards the Falcons. Pinnacle and Matchbook have New England -3 (+108). CRIS, Greek, and Grande -3 (-105). But what really stands nearly every Las Vegas sportsbook is sitting at a flat -3 (-110). Golden Nugget has New England -3 (-115) and Treasure Island is asking bettors to lay an absurd 40 cents worth of juice on a Falcons +3.5 bet. There will no doubt be some movement and opinion as we near Sunday. Those is the Vegas area should be able to get Atlanta +3.5 at a reason price.




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Super Bowl LI Gambling: Atlanta Falcons saw little to no preseason futures action

01.30.2017     08:57 AM     Printer Friendly
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You would think sportsbooks would be exposed if the Atlanta Falcons win Super Bowl LI due to their big odds heading into the season (as high as 100-1). According to one Las Vegas sportsbook, Atlanta was the second-least bet team in terms of Super Bowl futures.


“We’d actually do better on the Falcons (winning) than the Patriots,” Simbal said. “In fact, before the season started, they were the second-least bet team. Only the Titans had less.”

“They’re not a real public team,” Esposito said. “Even after their hot start, there were still a lot of nonbelievers.”






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NFL Gambling: New England-Atlanta to feature highest total in Super Bowl history

01.23.2017     12:59 PM     Printer Friendly
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Baring a major injury or a broke retractable roof followed by a snowstorm, Super Bowl LI will mark the highest total in NFL history. There have been nine Super Bowls with a closing total of 50 or higher. Of those nine, only three went over (two of which by half a point). The highest previous total was 2010 with New Orleans and Indianapolis at 56.5.

2011: New York vs. New England
Closing Total: 53
Points, Result: 38, UNDER

2010: New Orleans vs. Indianapolis
Closing Total: 56.5
Points, Result: 48, UNDER

2008: New York vs. New England
Closing Total: 54.5
Points, Result: 31, UNDER

2002: New England vs. St. Louis
Closing Total: 53
Points, Result: 37, UNDER

1999: Denver vs. Atlanta
Closing Total: 52.5
Points, Result: 53, OVER

1996: Dallas vs. Pittsburgh
Closing Total: 51
Points, Result: 44, UNDER

1995: San Francisco vs. San Diego
Closing Total: 53.5
Points, Result: 75, OVER

1994: Dallas vs. Buffalo
Closing Total: 50.5
Points, Result: 43, UNDER

1985: San Francisco vs. Miami
Closing Total: 53.5
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Tags: NFL Super Bowl LI New England Patriots Atlanta Falcons




Super Bowl LI Handicapping: MVP Winners 1967-2016

01.23.2017     12:47 PM     Printer Friendly
Here's a list of all 50 Super Bowl MVP recipients. Quarterbacks have won 27 times. Denver's Terrell Davis was the last running back to win back in 1998. Linebackers Von Miller and Malcom Smith accounted for two of the last three awards. Tom Brady is currently -115 while Matt Ryan is +180 according to 5Dimes.

Super Bowl MVPs 1967-2016
Year
MVP
Team
Position
2016
Von Miller
Denver Broncos
Linebacker
2015
Tom Brady
New England Patriots
Quarterback
2014
Malcom Smith
Seattle Seahawks
Linebacker
2013
Joe Flacco
Baltimore Ravens
Quarterback
2012
Eli Manning
New York Giants
Quarterback
2011
Aaron Rodgers
Green Bay Packers
Quarterback
2010
Drew Brees
New Orleans Saints
Quarterback
2009
Santonio Holmes
Pittsburgh Steelers
Wide receiver
2008
Eli Manning
New York Giants
Quarterback
2007
Peyton Manning
Indianapolis Colts
Quarterback
2006
Hines Ward
Pittsburgh Steelers
Wide receiver
2005
Deion Branch
New England Patriots
Wide receiver
2004
Tom Brady
New England Patriots
Quarterback
2003
Dexter Jackson
Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Safety
2002
Tom Brady
New England Patriots
Quarterback
2001
Ray Lewis
Baltimore Ravens
Linebacker
2000
Kurt Warner
St. Louis Rams
Quarterback
1999
John Elway
Denver Broncos
Quarterback
1998
Terrell Davis
Denver Broncos
Running back
1997
Desmond Howard
Green Bay Packers
Kick/Punt Returner
1996
Larry Brown
Dallas Cowboys
Cornerback
1995
Steve Young
San Francisco 49ers
Quarterback
1994
Emmitt Smith
Dallas Cowboys
Running back
1993
Troy Aikman
Dallas Cowboys
Quarterback
1992
Mark Rypien
Washington Redskins
Quarterback
1991
Ottis Anderson
New York Giants
Running back
1990
Joe Montana
San Francisco 49ers
Quarterback
1989
Jerry Rice
San Francisco 49ers
Wide receiver
1988
Doug Williams
Washington Redskins
Quarterback
1987
Phil Simms
New York Giants
Quarterback
1986
Richard Dent
Chicago Bears
Defensive end
1985
Joe Montana
San Francisco 49ers
Quarterback
1984
Marcus Allen
Los Angeles Raiders
Running back
1983
John Riggins
Washington Redskins
Running back
1982
Joe Montana
San Francisco 49ers
Quarterback
1981
Jim Plunkett
Oakland Raiders
Quarterback
1980
Terry Bradshaw
Pittsburgh Steelers
Quarterback
1979
Terry Bradshaw
Pittsburgh Steelers
Quarterback
1978
Harvey Martin
Dallas Cowboys
Defensive end
1978
Randy White
Dallas Cowboys
Defensive tackle
1977
Fred Biletnikoff
Oakland Raiders
Wide receiver
1976
Lynn Swann
Pittsburgh Steelers
Wide receiver
1975
Franco Harris
Pittsburgh Steelers
Running back
1974
Larry Csonka
Miami Dolphins
Running back
1973
Jake Scott
Miami Dolphins
Safety
1972
Roger Staubach
Dallas Cowboys
Quarterback
1971
Chuck Howley
Dallas Cowboys
Linebacker
1970
Len Dawson
Kansas City Chiefs
Quarterback
1969
Joe Namath
New York Jets
Quarterback
1968
Bart Starr
Green Bay Packers
Quarterback
1967
Bart Starr
Green Bay Packers
Quarterback





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Super Bowl LI Gambling: New England Patriots open -3 vs. Atlanta Falcons

01.23.2017     09:27 AM     Printer Friendly
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The matchup for Super Bowl LI is set with the New England Patriots taking on the Atlanta Falcons. The game will be held at Houston's NRG Stadium on February 5 at 3:30 pm PT. CRIS opened the game New England -3 with a total of 57.5. The Patriots remain -3 both offshore and in Las Vegas though the total now ranges from 58-59.




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