Super Bowl betting history tells us that it is the first appearance for the Cardinals and the seventh appearance for the Steelers.
Super Bowl odds have the Steelers a touchdown favorite over the Cardinals with a total of 46.5. Super Bowl odds facts tell us that NBC will be televising the game to more than 200 stations around the United States. Westwood One Radio will be broadcasting the game to 500 stations in the U.S. while Armed Forces Radio will broadcast the game to 180 countries around the world. The game will also be covered internationally by the NFL in more than 220 countries and in 30 different languages.
Super Bowl odds figures show a difference of $38,000 between the winners and losers per player. The Winners will receive $78,000 per player while the losers will receive $40,000 per player.
Arizona is the home team for these Super Bowl odds and they will be wearing their red jerseys. A total of seven officials and two alternates will work the game. The winning team gets the Vince Lombardi Trophy as Super Bowl odds history shows.
Numbers show that 3,276,834 Super Bowl odds enthusiasts have attended Super Bowl games throughout history. Super Bowl betting facts show that the largest crowd ever was in Super Bowl XIV as 103,985 attended the game at the Rose Bowl.
More than 97 million Super Bowl odds fans watched the game in the United States last year. The Super Bowl odds underdog New York Giants upset the New England Patriots in that game. It was a rare time in Super Bowl betting history that the sportsbooks actually lost money on the Super Bowl.
Super Bowl odds include the side and the total but much more. Super Bowl betting gamblers can wager on the money line, the individual quarters, the halftime, parlays, teasers and hundreds of proposition wagers. There are so many different options for Super Bowl odds.
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