Super Bowl betting information shows that the Steelers finished the regular season at 12-4 while the Arizona Cardinals finished 9-7. Super Bowl odds information tells us that the game on February 1st will be played at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida. Super Bowl odds information shows that the game will be televised on NBC television and begin shortly after 6 pm Eastern Time. Super Bowl odds tell us that the Cardinals are technically the home team as the NFC and AFC rotate each season.
The Pittsburgh Steelers have won five previous Super Bowls and lost once as Super Bowl betting history tells us. Super Bowl odds information shows that with a victory on February 1st, the Steelers would become the first team in NFL history to win six Super Bowl titles. Super Bowl odds information tells us that the Arizona Cardinals are playing in their first ever Super Bowl. They did win the NFL championship in 1947 when they were known as the Chicago Cardinals.
Super Bowl odds stats show that the Steelers have the top ranked defense in the league. They were second in sacks this season as Super Bowl odds stats show. Will the Steelers top ranked defense be able to slow down Kurt Warner and Larry Fitzgerald? Will either of these teams be able to run the ball? Super Bowl odds stats show that Arizona was the worst rushing team in the league in the regular season while the Steelers were not that much better.
Super Bowl betting history could also be made if the Steelers win the game as Mike Tomlin would be the youngest coach ever to win a Super Bowl. Super Bowl betting notes tell us that both starting quarterbacks, Kurt Warner and Ben Roethlisberger have won Super Bowls in the past. Super Bowl odds stats tell us that Fitzgerald has already set an NFL record for most receiving yards in the post season.
Super Bowl odds favor the Steelers by just under a touchdown while the Super Bowl odds total is 47.
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