Buffalo Sports Day

A Super Bowl For The Ages

After contrasting wins in the conference championship games, the defending Super Bowl champion Seattle Seahawks are set to meet the New England Patriots on February 1. The Seahawks had one of the most exciting comeback wins in NFL playoff history to claim the NFC Championship and the Patriots dominated the Indianapolis Colts to win the AFC. Now the best two teams from the 2014 NFL season will meet in Arizona to decide the title. Will Seattle make it two consecutive Super Bowl wins staking their claim as the top defense of all time? Will the Belichick/Brady led New England Patriots win their fourth championship staking a claim to the greatest coach/quarterback tandem in league history? The most reliable and accurate odds/information source on the web MyTopSportsbooks.com posted odds on all things related to the upcoming NFL title game!

“Without a doubt the two best teams from the season will meet in the Super Bowl,” stated MyTopSportsbooks.com Spokesman Geoff Johnson, “Both teams have legitimate claims to being the greatest of all-time!”

Analysts at MyTopSportsbooks.com posted the following odds regarding the Super Bowl:

Player Props:

Super Bowl MVP odds:

  • Tom Brady: 2/1
  • Russell Wilson: 4/1
  • Marshawn Lynch: 5/1
  • LeGarrette Blount: 6/1
  • Rob Gronkowski: 10/1
  • Darrelle Revis: 20/1
  • Richard Sherman: 22/1
  • Julian Edelman: 25/1
  • Kam Chancellor: 25/1
  • Doug Baldwin: 33/1
  • Earl Thomas: 42/1
  • Brandon LaFell: 50/1
  • Jermaine Kearse: 50/1

 

Over/Under on the amount of money Marshawn Lynch will get fined during media day: $22,500

Game Props:

Odds to win:

  • New England Patriots: 10/11
  • Seattle Seahawks: 10/11

 

Over/under (“O/U”) on the final score: 48.5

O/U on the score after the 1st quarter: 12.5

O/U on the score at halftime: 24.5

Odds on the Super Bowl going to overtime: 8/1

Odds the Super Bowl winner returns to the Super Bowl next season: 5/1

Peripheral Game Props:

Coin toss odds:

  • Heads: 10/11
  • Tails: 10/11

 

Odds on what color Gatorade will be poured on the winning coach:

  • clear/water: 3/1
  • red: 3/1
  • orange: 3/1
  • green: 5/1
  • purple: 8/1
  • blue: 8/1

 

Broadcast Props:

O/U on the mentions of “greatest of all time” during the broadcast: 4.5

O/U on the mentions of “spy-gate” during the broadcast: 1.5

O/U on the mentions of “deflation-gate” during the broadcast: 2.5

O/U on the number of Darrelle Revis and Richard Sherman comparisons during the broadcast: 4.5

Calamity Props:

Odds the power goes out in the stadium: 44/1

Odds that pyrotechnics start a fire in the stadium: 88/1

Odds that the goal posts fall down: 33/1

Odds that the game gets delayed: 10/1

Odds on there being a brawl on the field: 18/1

Odds on there being a brawl in the stands amongst the fans: 33/1

Odds on a fan streaking the field: 50/1

Odds a bird gets inside the stadium: 1/1

Entertainment Props:

Odds on a halftime show wardrobe malfunction: 22/1

O/U on number of Katy Perry wardrobe changes: 2.5

Odds on Katy Perry’s hair color:

  • brunette: 1/2
  • purple/blue: 5/1
  • redhead: 10/1
  • blonde: 12/1

 

Odds on Katy Perry wearing a whipped cream bikini: 18/1

O/U on the number of halftime guest stars: 2.5

Odds the PA announcer mispronounces “Idina Menzel”: 33/1

Odds that Idina Menzel forgets the words to the national anthem: 50/1

O/U on the length of the national anthem: 122.5 seconds

Odds on which company will air the first commercial:

  • Anheuser-Busch: 4/1
  • Doritos: 5/1
  • BMW: 6/1
  • Coke: 6/1
  • GoDaddy: 8/1
  • Lexus: 8/1
  • Chevy: 10/1
  • American Express: 20/1
  • McDonalds: 33/1

 

For Full Analysis Go To: http://www.mytopsportsbooks.com/free-picks/nfl-football/super-bowl-xlix-early-prop-bets