Super Bowl odds on the biggest game of the NFL season really heat up each February as the title is decided.
The Super Bowl is the title game of the National Football League and it has become the most watched television broadcast of the year. Millions of people watch and get involved in Super Bowl betting each season.
Super Bowl odds history shows that the first Super Bowl was played on January 15, 1967 as the top team in the NFL played the top team in the AFL. The leagues merged in 1970 and the league had two conferences, the AFC and the NFC and the winners of each conference met in Super Bowl odds.
As you look at Super Bowl odds you will notice that Roman numerals are used to identify the game. The reason for this is that the NFL season begins in September and the playoffs go into the following year. For example, Super Bowl XLIII will be played on February 1st, 2009 but the championship is for the 2008 NFL season.
Super Bowl odds get a lot of attention from gamblers around the world. It has been estimated that billions of dollars are wagered in Super Bowl betting each year. Even gamblers that don’t bet anything else during the year will wager on Super Bowl odds. Not even included in those figures are the people that play office pools and Super Bowl squares. The amount of money wagered in Super Bowl betting is truly staggering.
2009 Super Bowl odds actually were available before the 2008 season began. The New England Patriots were the preseason favorites in Super Bowl odds but they didn’t even make the playoffs. Last year’s Super Bowl champs, the New York Giants were decent values at 15-1 or so in Super Bowl odds but they were eliminated before the NFC Championship game.
Super Bowl odds give gamblers a lot of choices for Super Bowl betting including sides, totals, money lines, quarters, halftime, parlays, teasers, propositions, etc. There are always a lot of great choices for wagering on Super Bowl odds.
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