Let’s look at some other interesting Super Bowl wagering facts. Super Bowl wagering has seen teams that score first go 27-15 in the game. Teams that score the first touchdown in the game have gone on to win more than 70% of the time. So if you like the prop of the first team to score wins the game you have a good chance.
The team that leads at the half has won 80% of the time according to Super Bowl wagering history. Two Super Bowls have been tied at the half. Super Bowl wagering facts show that no Super Bowl has ever gone to overtime. It almost happened three times though as three games were tied in the final minute of the game.
Every year sportsbooks put up a prop in Super Bowl odds of whether or not the game will go to overtime. No team has ever been shutout in the Super Bowl and no Super Bowl has ever been scoreless at the half. If a team gets a lead of 10 points or more they are almost perfect, going 37-1 according to Super Bowl wagering history.
Four times in Super Bowl wagering history neither team led by 10 points. The smallest Super Bowl odds ever were in Super Bowl V when Dallas was a one point favorite over the Baltimore Colts. Super Bowl wagering history tells us that five coaches have taken two different clubs to the Super Bowl.
Don Shula coached the Colts and Dolphins, Bill Parcells the Giants and Patriots, Mike Holmgren the Packers and Seahawks, Dick Vermeil with the Eagles and Rams and Dan Reeves with the Broncos and Falcons.
The Minnesota Vikings and Buffalo Bills are the only teams that have lost the Super Bowl four times according to Super Bowl wagering facts. Pittsburgh and San Francisco have the most Super Bowl wins with five each according to Super Bowl wagering history.
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