Audience Numbers in Super Bowl Odds

December 1, 2010 NFL Football

Super Bowl odds information tells us that overall viewership for Super Bowl XLII is likely to be down from last year.

The Super Bowl odds matchup between the Arizona Cardinals and Pittsburgh Steelers is unlikely to top last year’s record setting game between the New York Giants and New England Patriots.

Super Bowl odds tell us that the Pittsburgh Steelers are 7-point favorites against the Arizona Cardinals. The Cardinals don’t have the same type of drawing power as the Giants or Patriots and overall viewership is expected to be down from last year. There were an estimated 97.4 million viewers who watched last year’s game on FOX television as Super Bowl odds stats indicate. Last season you had the largest and seventh largest media markets in the United States as Super Bowl odds number indicate. This year’s game doesn’t come close to that. NBC is televising this year’s game and despite overall viewership expected to go down, the rates for a 30 second commercial are up to $3 million dollars as Super Bowl odds information tells us. Super Bowl odds over the past three years tell us that the Super Bowl has had more than 90 million viewers each year. Super Bowl odds information shows that Arizona has the 12th largest media market while Pittsburgh is ranked 23rd. Experts are predicting another audience of over 90 million this year but below last year’s 97.4 million.

What could help Super Bowl odds excitement is a close game. Super Bowl betting history tells us that the least watched Super Bowl in the last 25 years was in 1990 as the San Francisco 49ers crushed the Denver Broncos 55-10.

Super Bowl odds history shows that since 1990 more than 40 percent of the households with televisions in the United States will be watching the game. Super Bowl betting history tells us that the Pittsburgh Steelers will be trying to become the first team ever to win six Super Bowls. They are tied with San Francisco and Dallas with five Super Bowl wins as Super Bowl betting history tells us. Super Bowl odds show that gamblers like the Steelers as a national team while Arizona has taken on Cinderella status. The Cardinals will be trying to win for the first time ever in Super Bowl odds.

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