Super Bowl odds handicappers are now acknowledging what was once unthinkable in that Aaron Rodgers is now being mentioned in the same status as Brett Favre.
Super Bowl odds handicappers have a newfound respect for Green Bay general manager Ted Thompson after the team that he built scored a Super Bowl betting championship on Sunday.
Super Bowl odds handicappers have a wide variety of ways to enjoy the biggest game of the year in the world as even non football fans enjoy the excitement of Super Bowl betting.
This year Super Bowl XLV will take place on Sunday, February 6, 2011 with kickoff at approximately 6:25 PM ET. The game will take place at Cowboys Stadium in Arlington, TX which is the home of the Dallas Cowboys. FOX Sports will handle the telecast in the United States with several international networks also carrying the event live.
The Super Bowl is the championship game of the National Football League that pits the champions of the American Football Conference against the champions of the National Football Conference.
The first Super Bowl was played in January of 1967 when the National Football League was separate from the less established and upstart American Football League as the June 1966 merger between the warring groups included an agreement to hold a neutral site championship game that rotates throughout the United States each year.
The planning of a community to win a Super Bowl host bid is getting as complicated and dramatic as trying for an Olympic host bid and is estimated to be worth billions of dollars to the community that wins the right to host the event.
There are many different forms of Super Bowl gambling starting with the most traditional way to bet which is pointspread sides in which gamblers take the favorite and lay points or take the dog and the points that come with that side.
Another great way to bet the NFL Super Bowl odds is the money line in which you simply have to pick the correct straight up winner rather than pick the pointspread. Instead of the points you lay or take odds with the money line.
Over unders, also known as totals, are another highly popular way to wager on the Super Bowl as gamblers bet on whether or not the combined score of the two teams will go over or under the posted Super Bowl odds.
You can also bet quarters, halves, and propositions on Super Sunday to make for a phenomenal day of action!