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Super Bowl Prop Bets for 2014

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What are Super Bowl prop bets?

Proposition betting is the betting of specific occurrences. Typically it’s on a part of a game or a single event within a game. However prop betting can also be placed on random events such as what songs Bruce Springsteen will play during the Super Bowl Halftime Show (which is an actual prop bet from 2009).

*** This list is over 300 prop bets from the online sports book Bovada. These odds are from January 23, 2014 and may change based on action.***

SUPER BOWL XLVIII SPECIALS – Will it snow during the game?
Yes +300
No -500

SUPER BOWL XLVIII SPECIALS – What will be the temperature at Kickoff?
Over 32 degrees Fahrenheit -120
Under 32 degrees Fahrenheit -120

SUPER BOWL XLVIII SPECIALS – What will be the lowest temperature during the game?
Over 28 degrees Fahrenheit -120
Under 28 degrees Fahrenheit -120

super-bowl-sports-bettingSUPER BOWL XLVIII SPECIALS – Will the power go out in the stadium during the game?
Yes 25/1

SUPER BOWL XLVIII SPECIALS – How long will it take Renee Fleming to sing the official US National Anthem?
Over 2 minutes 25 seconds EVEN
Under 2 minutes 25 seconds -140

SUPER BOWL XLVIII SPECIALS – Will forget or omit at least 1 word of the official US National Anthem?
Yes +200
No -300

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“Welker tried to pick Talib, not hurt” – Tedy Bruschi


Earlier today Bill Belichick called the Wes Welker hit that sidelined cornerback Aqib Talib in Sunday’s AFC Championship Game “one of the worst plays I’ve seen.” ESPN analyst and former Patriots linebacker Tedy Bruschi was asked about it in today’s chat and here is his take: 

What is your take on Welker’s hit on Talib? Bill Belichick thinks it was purposeful. I agree. Welker did not collide with Talib. He launched himself into Talib and left his feet. Welker had no intention of running a route. Also, Peyton Manning’s pass was in the air when the contact was made. The NFL should fine Welker a game check. — David (Atlanta) 

Bruschi: I know how it looked, David, but I disagree with the assessment. This type of collision happens every week in the NFL. If you look closely, this type of pick-route mentality happens weekly within the New England Patriot offense. It’s a strategic way to beat man to man coverage. When these techniques are utilized closer to the line of scrimmage, they happen at a lower rate of speed. But when they happen down the field, 10-15 yards from the line of scrimmage, the rate of speed increases. Welker had a clear goal on that play — to make Aqib Talib go over the top so he could free up Demaryius Thomas. Aqib Talib made a decision to attempt to fight to stay under that pick. So what you have there are 2 players, going at a high rate of speed because they were 10-plus yards from the line of scrimmage, simultaneously deciding to take the same route. That’s where the collision occurred. Welker’s intent was to pick Aqib Talib, but it wasn’t to injure.

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