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Superbowl Gambling Matchup Specs at Sports Gambling

Superbowl gambling has quite a contrast in Pittsburgh and Arizona. This is a clear Super Bowl wagering choice no matter which side you take.

Superbowl gambling handicappers simply have to decide if they want the points and the great offense or to make the Super Bowl wagering lay with a great defense.  The Superbowl gambling offensive matchup would have to go to the Arizona Cardinals.

The Big Red averaged close to 27 points per game, which is a much more impressive Super Bowl wagering figure than the Pittsburgh Steelers 22 points per game.  The Cardinals passing attack was second best in all of football and averaged close to 300 yards per game.  Pittsburgh’s defense allowed 157 yards per game.

On the other side of this Superbowl gambling question, however, is the defensive numbers.  Pittsburgh enters Super Bowl wagering action with a powerhouse defense that allowed 14 points per game, which is a significant Superbowl gambling contrast to the Cardinals who allowed a most alarming 27 points per game.

When evaluating the NFL Super Bowl odds you have, therefore, the ultimate choice.  Offense or defense?  When evaluating the Superbowl gambling trends there are some strong contrasts as well.

Pittsburgh is the chalk on the NFL Super Bowl odds board for this one and was 7-6 against the spread when laying points in both the regular and post season combined.

Keep in mind that Superbowl gambling dogs have been biting the past few seasons and while Arizona was just 4-5 against the spread as a pup this season, they enter Superbowl gambling action having covered two playoff games as dogs.

It also must be stated that Arizona’s Superbowl gambling run included a straight up win at Carolina as a double digit dog!  When taking a look at the Superbowl gambling total these two teams have combined to go over the total in four of their last five head to head meetings.

Arizona went over the total in 13 out of 18 games in regular and post season while Pittsburgh went over in 10 out of 18 games.

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