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Wager cut off: 2020 1st September 10:00 AM

10001

KANSAS CITY CHIEFS

10002

BALTIMORE RAVENS

10003

SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS

10004

NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS

10005

NEW ORLEANS SAINTS

10006

PITTSBURGH STEELERS

10007

DALLAS COWBOYS

10008

LOS ANGELES CHARGERS

10009

GREEN BAY PACKERS

10010

SEATTLE SEAHAWKS

10011

PHILADELPHIA EAGLES

10012

LOS ANGELES RAMS

10013

CLEVELAND BROWNS

10014

MINNESOTA VIKINGS

10015

LAS VEGAS RAIDERS

10016

INDIANAPOLIS COLTS

10017

TENNESSEE TITANS

10018

HOUSTON TEXANS

10019

CHICAGO BEARS

10020

ATLANTA FALCONS

10021

BUFFALO BILLS

10022

TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS

10023

DENVER BRONCOS

10024

CAROLINA PANTHERS

10025

NEW YORK GIANTS

10026

NEW YORK JETS

10027

DETROIT LIONS

10028

ARIZONA CARDINALS

10029

JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS

10030

CINCINNATI BENGALS

10031

MIAMI DOLPHINS

10032

WASHINGTON REDSKINS





2020 Super Bowl Odds


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The Super Bowl is the most popular sports betting event in the U.S, with over $100 million bet only on game day. Within the past four years, the underdogs have taken the Lombardi Trophy 3 out of 5 times, with the Patriots winning in Super Bowl 51, breaking that streak. In Super Bowl 52. the Philadelphia Eagles went over the New England. the NFC owns a 27-26 edge over the AFC in Super Bowl wins.

My Top 5 Under The Radar NFL Super Bowl Hopefuls & Odds To Keep an Eye On In 2020

When it comes to the upcoming 2020 NFL season, it’s easy to list the teams that are expected to be the top Super Bowl contenders to win Super Bowl 55 next February. However, when it comes to the teams that could legitimately challenge in 2020, they clearly aren’t getting as much attention as some of their top title contending counterparts heading into next season. No matter, I’m going to highlight five ‘under the radar’ teams that could surprise in a big way in 2020 if all goes right. Now, let’s get started.

My Top 5 Under The Radar NFL Super Bowl Hopefuls & Odds To Keep an Eye On in 2020

The defending Super Bowl champion Kansas City Chiefs and the runner-up San Francisco 49ers both appear to be in fine shape to contend for years after their respective 2019 campaigns. Then, there’s the Baltimore Ravens, who look like they’ll also contend for the next decade to come, thanks to the otherworldly talents of reigning league MVP Lamar Jackson.

In Seattle, the Seahawks will always have a chance as long as superstar quarterback Russell Wilson is running the show. The perennially-powerful New Orleans Saints have been knocking at the Super Bowl door and could kick it down this coming season if all goes well and the Green Bay Packers still have that ‘bad man’ leading them in future Hall of Famer Aaron Rodgers.

Atlanta Falcons (7-9, 2nd in NFC South)

The Falcons might have some high-profile veterans like perennial Pro Bowl wide receiver Julio Jones and franchise quarterback Matt Ryan, but they are definitely flying under the radar as they get set for the 2020 NFL regular season. Atlanta went an uninspiring 7-9 a year ago despite entering the 2019 campaign with some lofty playoff hopes. The Falcons struggled mightily at the start of last season, by going a pitiful 1-7 over their first eight games to ruin any chances of reaching the playoffs they had previously entertained.

Keys To Success

While Atlanta underachieved in a big way a year ago, there’s still plenty of hope they can get back to being a legitimate contender in 2020. First, the Falcons won six of their final eight games and four straight to finish off the 2019 season while beating the playoff-bound Saints and 49ers along the way.

Then, there’s the fact that the Falcons finished a stellar third in passing (294.6 ypg.) and a respectable 13th in scoring (23.8 ppg). Veteran quarterback Matt Ryan still looks good after completing 66.2 percent of his passes for 4,466 yards and 26 TD passes, though he did toss 14 costly interceptions. Then, there’s the fact that superstar wide receiver Julio Jones is still pretty damned unstoppable after hauling in 99 passes for 1,394 yards and six scores and young wide receiver Calvin Ridley has posted back-to-back seasons of over 800 receiving yards.

Atlanta also made a series of decent moves in free agency by adding former Rams franchise running back Todd Gurley, veteran defensive end Dante Fowler Jr. and they should be able to upgrade their roster on the defensive side of the ball as they own the 16th pick in a draft loaded with defensive talent.

The Bad News Is…

The Falcons really need to improve on the defensive side of the ball after finishing 22nd against the pass and 23rd in points allowed (24.9 ppg). If the Falcons don’t improve defensively, there’s no way they are going to stop the likes of Drew Brees and now, Tom Brady, in the NFC South. If Atlanta plays competent defense in 2020, they could surprise in a big way because of their dangerous offense and make it all the way to the Super Bowl. If they don’t upgrade their defense, you can expect another modest season that ends up right around 8-8.

Arizona Cardinals (5-10-1, 4th in NFC West)

On the surface, it might seem like Arizona’s five-win season from a year ago was a horrific mark that was indicative of a failing franchise. However, that clearly wasn’t the case as first-year head coach Kliff Kingsbury and rookie quarterback Kyler Murray succeeded in a big way in 2019.

Keys To Success

The Cardinals clearly have a great talent in Kyler Murray. The gifted dual-threat signal-caller completed 64.4 percent of his passes for 3,772 yards with 20 TD passes and a dozen interceptions while adding 544 rushing yards and another four scores. More importantly, the Cards got Murray some major help by stealing perennial Pro Bowl wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins from Houston while re-signing running back Kenyan Drake and adding a handful of veteran defensive players including defensive tackle Jordan Phillips. If the Cards add a few more players in the draft that can make an immediate impact, the Cards could easily reach 8-8 or better this coming campaign.

The Bad News Is…

Arizona was a compete and utter mess on the defensive side of the ball a year ago. The Cardinals finished the 2019 season ranked dead last in total yards, 31st against the pass and 28th in points allowed (28.0 ppg). While Arizona made some decent additions in free agency, they clearly didn’t make a big splash by signing a high level impact player. No matter how good Murray and the offense is in 2020, if they don’t improve defensively, they’ll struggle against some of their offensively-explosive opponents this coming campaign.

Buffalo Bills (10-6, 2nd in AFC East)

The Bills recorded their second winning season in three years under head coach Sean McDermott by going 10-6 last season to finish second to New England in the AFC East.

Keys To Success

The good news for the Bills is that Tom Brady is out of New England, paving the way for another team to finally overtake the perennially-powerful Patriots. In addition to that, Buffalo has an elite defense that finished third overall and a stupendous second in points allowed (16.2 ppg) in 2019. The Bills also have a powerful rushing attack that finished eighth overall a year ago. Buffalo also added Pro Bowl wide receiver Stephon Diggs during the free agent signing period via a trade with Minnesota while adding a handful of veteran defensive players like defensive end Mario Addison.

The Bad News Is…

Buffalo finished 2019 ranked an uninspiring 26th in passing and 23rd in scoring (19.6 ppg). While young quarterback Josh Allen has a powerful arm and a ton of potential, he’s also completed a pitiful 56.3 percent of his passes in two years  while tossing 21 interceptions against 30 TD passes. While the addition of Diggs will undoubtedly help the passing game, Allen definitely needs to get more accurate as a passer if the Bills want to get to the next level. The Bills don’t pick until the 54 overall selection and it would help their cause in 202 if they can find at least a couple of immediate impact players.

Indianapolis Colts (7-9, 3rd in AFC South)

Indianapolis went a modest 7-9 last season to finish behind Houston and Tennessee in the AFC South a year ago. Still, the Colts have the look of a dangerous under the radar team if you ask me.

Keys To Success

Indy went 10-6 in 2018 in head coach Frank Reich’s inaugural campaign, thanks to the fantastic season that now retired quarterback Andrew Luck had that year. After turning to veteran Jacoby Brissett a year ago and playing mostly mediocre football as their backup-turned-starter battled injuries all season, the Colts are now turning to veteran Philip Rivers to help them get back into the Super Bowl mix in the AFC.

Rivers, who played all 16 years of his NFL career with the Chargers, passed for 4,615 yards last season, but he was limited to just 23 TD tosses while tossing 20 interceptions. If Rivers can cut down on his interceptions and get back to playing at a high level, Indianapolis could very well get back to being a double-digit winner like they were in 2018 seeing as how they have a solid rushing attack that ranked seventh overall in 2019.

The Bad News Is…

The Colts need to fix a defense that finished 23rd against the pass and 18th in points allowed (23.3 ppg). To address their needs, Indianapolis signed veteran defensive tackle DeForest Buckner in free agency while also adding veteran tight end Eric Ebron and cornerback Xavier Rhodes among others. The Colts also don’t have a first round pick in this year’s draft, so they had better find some good value from the second round on.

Chicago Bears (8-8, 3rd in NFC North)

Chicago sank to eight wins last season, but they did win an impressive 12 games in 2018 and I believe they could get back in the Super Bowl mix – if everything goes right in 2020.

Keys To Success

The Bears have an elite defense that finished the 2019 campaign ranked eighth overall, ninth against the pass, ninth against the run and a stellar fourth in points allowed (18.6 ppg). Chicago added veteran tight end Jimmy Graham, edge rusherRobert Quinn and defensive backs Artie Burns and Jordan Lucas in free agency. More importantly, they traded for veteran quarterback Nick Foles and that addition alone could be the key to putting the Bears back in contention if he can nail down the starting job over mediocre starter Mitch Trubisky.

The Bad News Is…

While the Bears were elite defensively a year ago, they struggled mightily on the offensive side of the ball in ranking 29th overall, 25th in passing, 27th in rushing and a dismal 29th in scoring (17.5 ppg). More importantly, the Bears need to still improve their talent on the offensive side of the ball and they don’t have a first round pick in this year’s draft to help them address those needs, although they do own a pair of second round picks.

 

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2020 Super Bowl Props Bets, Super Bowl LIV Prop Betting Odds & Lines

Who cares which team will win? We’re here to figure out which song Maroon 5 will perform first, how clairvoyant Tony Romo will be, and will Donald Trump be on anyone's mind and mentioned?

Thirty-three years ago, on January 26, 1986, two of the most beautiful things in NFL history happened: The New England Patriots were throttled in the Super Bowl, and the proposition bet became a gambling sensation. As a publicity stunt, oddsmakers offered bets on whether Bears defensive lineman William “Refrigerator” Perry would score a rushing touchdown in Super Bowl XX, giving bets paying out as high as 75-1. Shockingly, Perry did score a rushing touchdown.

The bet sparked a wave of prop bets, which have become an international phenomenon in the past three decades. An estimated $4 billion–plus will be wagered on the Super Bowl, and roughly a quarter of that amount will come via proposition bets. That’s more money on prop bets than the Rams were valued at when Stan Kroenke bought a controlling stake in the team in 2010.


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If that isn’t enough for you, here’s a ton of things we can say about the annual Super Bowl, but what brings the most attention is the betting side and final stats that surround this famous game. First played in 1967 as part of a merger agreement between the National Football League (NFL) and its then-rival league the American Football League (AFL), the annual Super Bowl has gained a place in the American and the sports culture as the biggest sports event in the nation.

Initially, it was agreed that the two leagues’ champion teams would meet in the AFL–NFL World Championship Game until the merger was officially put in place in 1970. After the merger, each league was designated as a “conference”, and the game has since been played between the conference champs to determine the league’s overall champion. Read More on Super Bowl Betting History


Super Bowl Betting History

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Super Bowl LIII Game, AFC Champion New England defeated NFC Champion Los Angeles Rams | 13 - 3 in Atlanta | Tom Brady, Bill Belichick become the oldest wining coach and quarterback, guiding the New England Patriots to their 6th Super Bowl win and biggest winning Super Bowl Margin. This was archived despite the match being the lowest scoring in Super Bowl History which was unexpected with the two high powered offenses on display, Julian Edelman revived the Super Bowl MVP.


Super Bowl I KC Chiefs vs Green Bay Packers
Super Bowl XLIX Seattle Seahawks vs New England Patriots
Super Bowl I KC Chiefs vs Green Bay Packers

Usually played on the first Sunday in February, the final game of the season is usually accompanied by a wave of excitement, cheers and high-fives, but it also the most gambled-on sporting events in the world. Despite their bankroll or previous experience, fans are always looking for a chance to predict the game outcome and engage in some betting action on the side. Every year, fans bet more and more, and judging by the figures reported on each and every year, that trend isn’t likely to change anytime soon.

Since the inception of Super Bowl, favorites own a 33-15 record straight up and 26-18-2 ATS. There have only been six instances where the favorite won the game straight up but failed to cover the spread. Those outcomes happened in 2009 (Super Bowl XLIII), 2005 (Super Bowl XXXIX), 2004 (Super Bowl XXXVIII), 1996 (Super Bowl XXX), 1989 (Super Bowl XXIII) and 1976 (Super Bowl X).

Only two Super Bowl games have ended in pushes or ties. Those matchups took place in 1997 (Super Bowl XXXI, Pats 21, Packers 35) and 2000 (Super Bowl XXIV, Rams 23, Titans 16). In the 2014-15 (Super Bowl XLIX) game between the New England Patriots and Seattle Seahawks, the closing line was PK (Pick ‘em) marking the first time in Super Bowl history that none of the teams playing the game were betting favorites. Both teams were tied 14–14 at halftime, the Seahawks were able to build a ten-point lead by the end of the 3rd quarter. The Patriots, however, rallied to take a 28–24 lead with less than two minutes left in the game clock.

The historical Super Bowl 50 marked the “Golden Anniversary” of the game. The Carolina Panthers closed the regular season with a 15–1 record and the best offense in the league, and quarterback Cam Newton was named the Most Valuable Player (MVP). On the other hand, veteran Peyton Manning led the Denver Broncos to their eight Super Bowl appearance.

The game was one of the most defensive matches in the game history, although, the Broncos took an early lead and never trailed, beating the Panthers 24-10 in Peyton Manning’s last game in the NFL.

Super Bowl LI was on of the best ones yet. The New England Patriots were on a 28-3 deficit against the Atlanta Falcons and many thought the Tom Brady magic was gone, but they were so wrong.

At the second half, the Patriots were able to tie the game, making it the first and only Super Bowl to go to overtime. In the end, the Patriots were able to get the win and their fifth Super Bowl title.


Super Bowl Odds, Both Spread, Total & Final Score of Every Super Bowl Ever Played

Super Bowl Odds 2020

2020 Super Bowl LIV Odds

Kansas 31

San Fransisco 20

Spread (Total): KC -2 (55)
Betting Results: Favorite (Under)
Super Bowl LIII Odds

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New England 13

LA Rams 3

Spread (Total): NE -2 (58)
Betting Results: Favorite (Under)
Super Bowl LII Odds

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Philadelphia 41

New England 33

Spread (Total): NE -3 (58.5)
Betting Results: Underdog (Over)
Super Bowl LI Odds

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New England 34
Atlanta 28

Spread (Total): NE -3 (58.5)
Betting Results: Favorite (Over)
Super Bowl L Odds

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Denver 24
Carolina 10

Spread (Total): Car -4.5 (44.5)
Betting Results: Underdog (Under)
Super Bowl XLIX Odds

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New England 28
Seattle 24

Spread (Total): Sea -1 (47.5)
Betting Results: Underdog (Over)
Super Bowl XLVIII Odds

Super Bowl XLVIII Odds

Seattle 43
Denver 8

Spread (Total): Den -2 (47.5)
Betting Results: Underdog (Over)
Super Bowl XLVII Odds

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Baltimore 34
San Francisco 31

Spread (Total): SF -4.5 (48)
Betting Results: Underdog (Over)
Super Bowl XLVI Odds

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N.Y. Giants 21
New England 17

Spread (Total): NE -2.5 (53)
Betting Results: Underdog (Under)
Super Bowl XLV Odds

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Green Bay 31
Pittsburgh 25

Spread (Total): GB -3 (45)
Betting Results: Favorite (Over)
Super Bowl XLIV Odds

Super Bowl XLIV Odds

New Orleans 31
Indianapolis 17

Spread (Total): IND -5 (57)
Betting Results: Underdog (Under)
Super Bowl XLIII Odds

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Pittsburgh 27
Arizona 23

Spread (Total): PIT -7 (46)
Betting Results: Underdog (Over)
Super Bowl XLII Odds

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N.Y. Giants 17
New England 14

Spread (Total): NE -12 (55)
Betting Results: Underdog (Under)
Super Bowl XLI Odds

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Indianapolis 29
Chicago 17

Spread (Total): IND -7 (47)
Betting Results: Favorite (Under)
Super Bowl XL Odds

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Pittsburgh 21
Seattle 10

Spread (Total): PIT -4 (47)
Betting Results: Favorite (Under)
Super Bowl XXIX Odds

Super Bowl XXIX Odds

New England 24
Philadelphia 21

Spread (Total): NE -7 (46.5)
Betting Results: Underdog (Under)
Super Bowl XXXVIII Odds

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New England 32
Carolina 29

Spread (Total): NE -7 (37.5)
Betting Results: Underdog (Over)
Super Bowl XXXVII Odds

Super Bowl XXXVII Odds

Tampa Bay 48
Oakland 21

Spread (Total): OAK -4 (44)
Betting Results: Underdog (Over)
Super Bowl XXXVI Odds

Super Bowl XXXVI Odds

New England 20
St. Louis 17

Spread (Total): STL -14 (53)
Betting Results: Underdog (Under)
Super Bowl XXXV Odds

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Baltimore 34
N.Y. Giants 7

Spread (Total): BAL -3 (33)
Betting Results: Favorite (Over)
Super Bowl XXXIV Odds

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St. Louis 23
Tennessee 16

Spread (Total): STL -7 (45)
Betting Results: Push (Under)
Super Bowl XXXIII Odds

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Denver 34
Atlanta 19

Spread (Total): DEN -7.5 (52.5)
Betting Results: Favorite (Over)
Super Bowl XXXII Odds

Super Bowl XXXII Odds

Denver 31
Green Bay 24

Spread (Total): GB -11 (49)
Betting Results: Underdog (Over)
Super Bowl XXXI Odds

Super Bowl XXXI Odds

Green Bay 35
New England 21

Spread (Total): GB -14 (49)
Betting Results: Push (Over)
Super Bowl XXX Odds

Super Bowl XXX Odds

Dallas 27
Pittsburgh 17

Spread (Total): DAL -13.5 (51)
Betting Results: Underdog (Under)
Super Bowl XXIX Odds

Super Bowl XXIX Odds

San Francisco 49
San Diego 26

Spread (Total): SF -18.5 (53.5)
Betting Results: Favorite (Over)
Super Bowl XXVIII Odds

Super Bowl XXVIII Odds

Dallas 30
Buffalo 13

Spread (Total): DAL -10.5 (50.5)
Betting Results: Favorite (Under)
Super Bowl XXVII Odds

Super Bowl XXVII Odds

Dallas 52
Buffalo 17

Spread (Total): DAL -6.5 (44.5)
Betting Results: Favorite (Over)
Super Bowl XXVI Odds

Super Bowl XXVI Odds

Washington 37
Buffalo 24

Spread (Total): WAS -7 (49)
Betting Results: Favorite (Over)
Super Bowl XXV Odds

Super Bowl XXV Odds

N.Y. Giants 20
Buffalo 19

Spread (Total): BUF -7 (40.5)
Betting Results: Underdog (Under)
Super Bowl XXIV Odds

Super Bowl XXIV Odds

San Francisco 55
Denver 10

Spread (Total): SF -12 (48)
Betting Results: Favorite (Over)
Super Bowl XXIII Odds

Super Bowl XXIII Odds

San Francisco 20
Cincinnati 16

Spread (Total): SF -7 (48)
Betting Results: Underdog (Under)
Super Bowl XXII Odds

Super Bowl XXII Odds

Washington 42
Denver 10

Spread (Total): DEN -3 (47)
Betting Results: Underdog (Over)
Super Bowl XXI Odds

Super Bowl XXI Odds

N.Y. Giants 39
Denver 20

Spread (Total): NYG -9.5 (40)
Betting Results: Favorite (Over)
Super Bowl XX Odds

Super Bowl XX Odds

Chicago 46
New England 10

Spread (Total): CHI -10 (37.5)
Betting Results: Favorite (Over)
Super Bowl XIX Odds

Super Bowl XIX Odds

San Francisco 38
Miami 16

Spread (Total): SF -3.5 (53.5)
Betting Results: Favorite (Over)
Super Bowl XVIII Odds

Super Bowl XVIII Odds

L.A. 38
Washington 9

Spread (Total): WAS -3 (48)
Betting Results: Favorite (Under)
Super Bowl XVII Odds

Super Bowl XVII Odds

Washington 27
Miami 17

Spread (Total): MIA -3 (36.5)
Betting Results: Underdog (Over)
Super Bowl XVI Odds

Super Bowl XVI Odds

San Francisco 26
Cincinnati 21

Spread (Total): SF -1 (48)
Betting Results: Favorite (Under)
Super Bowl XV Odds

Super Bowl XV Odds

Oakland 27
Philadelphia 10

Spread (Total): PHI -3 (37.5)
Betting Results: Underdog (Under)
Super Bowl XIV Odds

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Pittsburgh 31
L.A. Rams 19

Spread (Total): PIT -10.5 (36)
Betting Results: Favorite (Over)
Super Bowl XIII Odds

Super Bowl XIII Odds

Pittsburgh 35
Dallas 31

Spread (Total): PIT -3.5 (37)
Betting Results: Favorite (Over)
Super Bowl XII Odds

Super Bowl XII Odds

Dallas 27
Denver 10

Spread (Total): DAL -6 (39)
Betting Results: Favorite (Under)
Super Bowl XI Odds

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Oakland 34
Minnesota 14

Spread (Total): OAK -4 (38)
Betting Results: Favorite (Over)
Super Bowl X Odds

Super Bowl X Odds

Pittsburgh 21
Dallas 17

Spread (Total): PIT -7 (36)
Betting Results: Underdog (Over)
Super Bowl IX Odds

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Pittsburgh 16
Minnesota 6

Spread (Total): PIT -3 (33)
Betting Results: Favorite (Under)
Super Bowl VIII Odds

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Miami 24
Minnesota 7

Spread (Total): MIA -6.5 (33)
Betting Results: Favorite (Under)
Super Bowl VII Odds

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Miami 14
Washington 7

Spread (Total): MIA -1 (33)
Betting Results: Favorite (Under)
Super Bowl VI Odds

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Dallas 24
Miami 3

Spread (Total): DAL -6 (34)
Betting Results: Favorite (Under)
Super Bowl V Odds

Super Bowl V Odds

Baltimore 16
Dallas 13

Spread (Total): BAL -2.5 (36)
Betting Results: Favorite (Under)
Super Bowl IV Odds

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Kansas City 23
Minnesota 7

Spread (Total): MIN -12 (39)
Betting Results: Underdog (Under)
Super Bowl III Odds

Super Bowl III Odds

N.Y. Jets 16
Baltimore 7

Spread (Total): BAL-18 (40)
Betting Results: Underdog (Under)
Super Bowl II Odds

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Green Bay 33
Oakland 14

Spread (Total): GB -13.5 (43)
Betting Results: Favorite (Over)
Super Bowl I Odds

Super Bowl I Odds

Green Bay 35
Kansas City 10

Spread (Total): GB -14 (N/A)
Betting Results: Favorite


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Great site

5.0 rating
Thursday, May 21, 2020 3:24, EDT

I like my bookie because it’s easy to navigate and payouts are fast and easy

Ken

Response from MyBookie Online Sportsbook

Hi Ken, thank you for taking the time to provide a rating, your opinion is valued greatly and it helps us maintain an excellent standard of service to our customers here at MyBookie.

Great Customer experience

5.0 rating
Friday, May 1, 2020 2:01, EDT

I have had a great experience with this site. Deposit and payout methods are fairly easy. Betting is pretty self explanatory as well. Anytime I’ve had any issues (and I’ve had a few due ti my own ignorance at times) customer service has been wonderful and extremely helpful.

Adam
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