Super Bowl odds handicappers can watch all of the Super Bowl betting action on CBS television with their number one crew of Jim Nantz and Phil Simms calling the game. This will be the tenth time that the Super Bowl odds will be posted on a game from Miami as the first five Super Bowl betting events held in South Florida took place at the famed Orange Bowl.
Super Bowl gambling opened with the New Orleans Saints as 5-point dogs with the Super Bowl odds in their matchup against the Indianapolis Colts.
Super Bowl gambling fans saw the Indianapolis Colts open as 5-point favorites with the Super Bowl odds against the New Orleans Saints.
Super Bowl betting may see a resurgent Chicago Bears team for the 2010 NFL betting season as Mike Martz will serve as offensive coordinator.
Super Bowl betting handicappers are full of skepticism regarding the NFL betting future of the Arizona Cardinals as quarterback Kurt Warner announced his retirement.
Super Bowl odds favored the Indianapolis Colts as they opened as 5-point Super Bowl gambling favorites against the New Orleans Saints.
Super Bowl odds may have the New Orleans Saints as opening 5-point dogs against the Indianapolis Colts but they are dangerous dogs with bite.
This season’s championship will be the fifth Super Bowl gambling matchup from Dolphin Stadium. Early in its history the NFL’s championship game often featured lopsided blowout games with the Super Bowl odds but that has not been the case in recent years.
Four out of the last six games have gone right down to the wire with the Super Bowl odds. In the past two seasons the underdog covered the Super Bowl odds.
Last year featured one of the greatest games ever with the Super Bowl odds when Pittsburgh rallied in the final seconds to beat Arizona 27-23 while failing to cover the Super Bowl betting board as 7-point favorites.
In the previous year the New York Giants scored one of the biggest Super Bowl gambling upsets since the old AFL-NFL days when they defeated the New England Patriots 17-14 as 14-point dogs with thee Super Bowl odds.
The Super Bowl odds have been played since January of 1967 when the Green Bay Packers defeated the Kansas City Chiefs 35-10 as 14-point favorites at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, which was only two/thirds full.
Since that time there have been many spectacular memories with the Super Bowl odds starting in Super Bowl III when the New York Jets upset the Baltimore Colts 16-7 as 18.5-point dogs for the first ever win by an American Football League team over the National Football League.
The following year the AFL’s Kansas City Chiefs were even more impressive with the Super Bowl odds as 14-point dogs when they manhandled the Minnesota Vikings 23-7. The leagues merged into the AFC and NFC after that and it’s been “Super” ever since!