The Super Bowl betting total is listed at 46.5. Let’s take a look at Super Bowl odds and information for Super Bowl XLIII.
Super Bowl odds information indicates that people still love watching the Super Bowl. NBC is televising this year’s game and they are getting $3 million dollars for a 30-second commercial. More than 97 million people in the U.S. watched the game last year as Super Bowl betting facts show, and although numbers are expected to be down this year, they still should be solid.
Super Bowl odds facts tell us that the NFC has won 22 Super Bowls while the AFC has won 20. The AFC has won eight of the last 11 Super Bowls as Super Bowl odds numbers show. The New York Giants did break into that streak a little bit last year as they upset the heavily favored New England Patriots in Super Bowl XLII.
As you look at Super Bowl odds and propositions you may want to know that there has never been an overtime game. There has never been a scoreless first half and surprisingly there has never been a punt return for a touchdown as Super Bowl odds history indicates.
Super Bowl betting history tells us that Al Michaels and John Madden will call the game for NBC. It will be the 7th time Michaels will be doing the play-by-play, his first with NBC. Pat Summerall holds the record with 14 Super Bowls, 11 as play-by-play and 3 as an analyst as Super Bowl odds stats show. John Madden will be the analyst for his 11th Super Bowl.
Super Bowl odds provide gamblers with the most exciting sports betting odds of the year. There are so many different ways to bet on the game in Super Bowl odds from the opening coin flip to the last touchdown of the game. Super Bowl betting has never been better with a wide variety of Super Bowl odds and propositions.
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