That Super Bowl betting number quickly dropped to 6.5 points as early money came in on the Cardinals. Which team will the public ultimately decide to bet in Super Bowl odds?
Super Bowl odds show that Pittsburgh has long been a public team while Arizona has not. The appeal of the Cardinals has grown in recent weeks as Arizona has pulled off three straight upsets over Atlanta, Carolina and Philadelphia. Normally the public will bet the favorite in Super Bowl odds which means they would take the Steelers but that might not happen this year. Last year in Super Bowl odds the public jumped all over the New York Giants against the heavily favored New England Patriots and they were right. This year in Super Bowl odds the public has to choose between one of their betting favorites, the Steelers or the Cinderella team in Arizona.
Pittsburgh is favored in Super Bowl odds due to their dominating defense, great tradition, and the fact that Arizona has never been in the Super Bowl before. The Cardinals though have Super Bowl veteran Kurt Warner and perhaps the best receiver in the game today in Larry Fitzgerald. Will bettors in Super Bowl odds choose the defense of Pittsburgh or the offense of Arizona?
What will the public bet in Super Bowl odds on the total? The Super Bowl odds on the total for Super Bowl XLIII were set at 47. Gamblers normally like to bet the over in Super Bowl odds but it should be noted that the last four Super Bowls have gone under. Super Bowl betting stats show that the highest total in a Pittsburgh game this season was 44. Both of those games went well under the total. Super Bowl betting statistics show that the Cardinals are an over team this season though. As Super Bowl betting stats show, they went over in 68% of their games this year. The Steelers were a slight over team as well as Super Bowl odds stats show as 55% of their games went over.
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