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Super Bowl LI Preview

 

Super Bowl LI will take place on February 5, 2017 at NRG Stadium in Houston, Texas. This will be Houston’s third time hosting the Super Bowl, first featuring the Miami Dolphins against the Minnesota Vikings in Super Bowl VIII in 1974, and again when the New England Patriots defeated the Carolina Panthers at Super Bowl XXXVIII in 2004.

This season’s Super Bowl will be broadcast on FOX and FOX Sports GO with the announce team of Joe Buck and Troy Aikman providing play-by-play and analysis in their fifth Super Bowl together. Erin Andrews will report from the sidelines at the Super Bowl for the second time in her career.

The Super Bowl LI halftime show will be headlined by Lady Gaga.

 

Super Bowl LI

 

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The Patriots and Falcons will meet in the Super Bowl LI

Teams: AFC champion New England Patriots vs. NFC champion Atlanta Falcons

When: Sunday, Feb. 5, 2017

Where: NRG Stadium, Houston

Time: Kickoff is 6:30 p.m. ET

TV: Fox

Announcers: Joe Buck (play-by-play), Troy Aikman (analysis), Erin Andrews and Chris Myers (sideline reporters)

Halftime show: Global superstar Lady Gaga, winner of six Grammy Awards, a Golden Globe, and Academy Award nominee, will headline the Pepsi Zero Sugar Super Bowl LI Halftime Show

Preview:

from si.com:

It’s all about the quarterbacks: Just about any way you slice it, this is a matchup between the top two passers in the league. Whether you look at passer rating, QBR, yards per attempt or FootballOutsiders.com’s DVOA efficiency ratings, Atlanta’s Matt Ryan and New England’s Tom Brady ended up No. 1 and No. 2, respectively, in the stats department. They are masters of their craft, have plenty of weapons around them, and have two of the best playcallers (Kyle Shanahan and Josh McDaniels) at their disposal. To beat Brady, you have to disguise and change up both the pressure and coverage looks on just about every snap. The Falcons, to this point, have not shown the ability to do that. That will be an important factor in the game. Ryan has trouble with tight, disciplined coverage. With Malcolm Butler locking up either Julio Jones or Mohamed Sanu, and Logan Ryan on the other with safety help, Ryan may have to make a living throwing to the running backs and TEs Levine Toilolo and Austin Hooper. The Patriots have had more issues with supporting actors than those in starring roles. The Falcons have the ability to exploit that.

 

Running backs will be a huge factor: Sure, the quarterbacks may get all the attention, but the running backs from each team are used to taking advantage of the shortcomings on opposing defenses. The Falcons have one of the most talented duos in Devonta Freeman and Tevin Coleman. Freeman is the better runner, but Shanahan loves to use both to exploit mismatches in the pass game. McDaniels likes to use Dion Lewis and James White in a similar fashion via the pass, and Lewis has taken over as the every-down running back. LeGarrette Blount is the short yardage and finish-the-game bruiser.

 

What’s in common?: The Falcons and Patriots each had five common opponents (Denver, Seattle, Arizona, Los Angeles and San Francisco) and went 4–1 (each team lost to the Seahawks, with Atlanta losing on the road and the Patriots at home). The cumulative scores were 168–88 for Atlanta; 119–82 for New England. The Falcons had an average margin of victory of 20.5 points, and the Patriots were at 11.0. The Patriots didn’t have Tom Brady in their two-point victory over the Cardinals, a team the Falcons beat by 19.

 

Atlanta’s offense is exceptional: Under the spotlight of the Super Bowl, this Falcons offense may finally get its due. We’re talking about a unit that can rival the Greatest Show on Turf Rams for explosiveness. They scored 540 points this season, which is tied for eighth all time with those 2000 Rams. Sure, the team is uber-talented with WRs Jones, Sanu and Taylor Gabriel, and RBs Freeman and Coleman, but don’t underestimate the job coordinator Shanahan has done. At this point, everyone thinks it’s all about the talent. But remember, Sanu was an underachieving No. 2 with the Bengals and Gabriel was a Browns castoff before this season. Freeman and Coleman were thought to be nice players, but not game changers. That all changed this season because of the way Shanahan designs plays and attacks defenses. There are few better at taking an opponent’s tendencies and using them against them.

 

The Patriots defense will have a say: New England’s defense certainly proved its “best scoring defense” was no fluke in the win over the Steelers. And remember who put an end to those 2000s Rams teams (Spoiler Alert: It was the 2001 Patriots). New England may not have many big names on defense (Dont’a Hightower, Devin McCourty and Malcolm Butler are about it), but the sum is better than the parts. Certainly the Falcons will be a huge challenge, but everyone knows Bill Belichick and his staff can defend anything with two weeks to prepare.

 

The Patriots’ offensive line should have an advantage: After a shaky outing against the Texans, the Patriots’ offensive line completely dominated the Steelers. The Falcons’ unit is certainly solid but it’s not quite as good as the Patriots. The Patriots have the edge at left tackle (Nate Solder), right guard (Shaq Mason) and right tackle (Marcus Cannon), while the Falcons have an advantage at center (Alex Mack) and left guard (Andy Levitre).

 

Experience doesn’t matter: Expect a lot to be made this week about how this is Matt Ryan’s first Super Bowl appearance vs. Tom Brady’s seventh (with four victories). Certainly the disparity is notable, but it ignores the fact that several passers have beaten those with more experience in recent years. Some of those on the list: Russell Wilson over Peyton Manning, Aaron Rodgers over Ben Roethlisberger, Eli Manning over Brady and Brady over Kurt Warner.

 

You have to stop more than one guy: Each QB has a security blanket. For the Patriots, it’s Julian Edelman (158 targets in the regular season). Atlanta has Jones (129). Certainly a lot of attention needs to paid to each of those players, but both quarterbacks are deft at distributing the ball. The Patriots had seven players catch at least three touchdowns (TE Martellus Bennett led with seven), and so did the Falcons (Jones and Gabriel tied with six). In the postseason, both Sanu (Falcons) and Chris Hogan (Patriots) had two touchdowns receiving.

 

Where’s the pressure?: It looks like the opening over/under line for the Super Bowl is an astounding 59 points. No shock there, considering these two offenses. But it also says something about the defenses, which were both great on Sunday but don’t exactly get a lot of pressure on the quarterbacks. The Patriots didn’t affect Roethlisberger that much and don’t have a dominating rusher, although Trey Flowers is solid. And the Falcons’ only true pass rushing threat is Vic Beasley. The game may very well be determined by which team is able to dial up the most pressure and make that top quarterback move off his spot in the pocket.

 

 

 

Super Bowl Wagering and Prop Bets

 

Oddsmakers like the New England Patriots by a field goal over the Atlanta Falcons in what experts think will be a high-scoring Super Bowl LI.

Most are also expecting an offensive showdown, with an over/under of 59 at some sports books the biggest ever in Super Bowl history.

“You’ve got the Patriots and then you have this scoring machine in Atlanta,” said veteran oddsmaker Jimmy Vaccaro at the South Point. “There should be a lot of points on the board.”

The AFC title game had barely entered the fourth quarter when oddsmakers around town began putting up their numbers. There was agreement all around that the Patriots should be a 3-point pick, though some had the over/under at 58 instead of 59.

There was also agreement that the legal handle on the game could exceed the record $132.5 million bet on last year’s Super Bowl.

“I think we have a real shot at a record handle,” said Chuck Esposito, oddsmaker for Station Casinos. “These teams are huge offensive teams and you’re going to see a lot of action on the total.”

Oddsmakers had plenty of history on their side in finding a line that could stick at 3 points all the way until kickoff. The Patriots have won four Super Bowls and the margin of victory in all but one was 3 points.

Nearly one-third of U.S. adults are likely to bet on the big game.

Nevada sports books took a record $119.4 million in bets on last year’s Super Bowl. One reason for the big draw was the standing of the teams.

A proposition bet, also known as a prop bet or a side bet, can be made two ways: on the occurrence (or not) during a game and on specific aspects of the pageantry surrounding the game. After odds for everything from who will be the MVP of the game, to what team will score first. Novelty props include the length of the national anthem to bets on what color gatorade will be dumped on the coach. You can bet on anything from whether or not the national anthem will run longer than 2 minutes, if the score will be tied at half time, basically anything.

Sure you can just pick what team will win the game, but prop bets is where it’s at.

Props have been on the Las Vegas betting boards for thirty years. It all began when the juggernaut 1985 Chicago Bears were facing the Patriots in Super Bowl 20. Legendary Vegas oddsmaker Jimmy Vaccaro was a very creative bookmaker at the Mirage (at the time), looking for ways to increase their betting handle. Vaccaro posted odds on whether 350 pound defensive lineman William ‘Refrigerator’ Perry would score a touchdown in the big game. Vaccaro certainly didn’t think it was likely, offering attractive underdog odds for those who wanted to bet on The Fridge would hit paydirt in the end zone.

Vaccaro’s unique offering attracted all kinds of attention both from bettors and from media types. It also accomplished his goal of increasing betting handle, with money pouring in on the ‘Yes, Fridge will score a TD’ side of the prop at big (but quickly declining) plus price odds. From a short term, bottom line standpoint, the first prop bet in Vegas history was a disaster for the books. Fridge famously did score a TD, stealing a goalline carry away from Hall of Famer Walter Payton in the process. Vaccaro: “We lost our ass on that bet. But we won in the long run.”

That was the beginning of the deluge of prop bets for the Super Bowl, the forerunner of Over/Under yardage numbers for quarterbacks, running backs, and receivers that are now widely available for every Sunday, Monday and Thursday Night Football game during the regular season. But Super Bowl prop betting didn’t get to the next level until Jay Kornegay took over as the sportsbook director at the Imperial Palace.

I’m being kind when I call the late 90’s Imperial Palace a dump, an aging center Strip property right in the middle of an area that was in the process of getting completely revitalized through a massive building boom. The worst parking garage in town flooded every time it rained. The sportsbook itself was tucked away in a back corner on the third floor, requiring a ride on one of the longest, slowest escalators in the history of escalators to pay a visit.

But there was only one thing that kept the Imperial Palace or IP (now The Linq following a sale and a $230 million makeover that didn’t touch the parking garage) relevant for locals and sports bettors. That thing? The sportsbook, of course! By the mid to late 90’s, Kornegay was doing a number of fairly unique things to increase handle at his book. The IP would post the following week’s NFL pointspreads at halftime of the 1 PM (Pacific Time) games, something no one else in town was doing, beating the legendary Stardust Sportsbook (with the slogan ‘Where the Line Originates’) in the process.

When I first moved to Las Vegas in time for the 1998 football season, it was already well established that the IP was THE sportsbook for Super Bowl props; a venue that seemed intent on drawing sharp traffic away from the Stardust. My first Super Bowl in Vegas was John Elway’s last game; a Broncos win and cover over the Falcons in Super Bowl 33 that is also known as the ‘Eugene Robinson game’ after Robinson got arrested for soliciting a prostitute on the night before the game.

I watched that game with some buddies at the IP. We all had bets on Denver; there wasn’t much of a sweat there, with the exception of when Tim Dwight ran a kickoff back for a TD in the fourth quarter just to make things a little interesting, opening up a backdoor cover possibility. The real excitement came from the props, not the actual game being played on the field.

At that point – in the late 90’s – Kornegay and his staff at the IP were well ahead of the rest of the world when it came to props. Here in Vegas, the vast majority of other sportsbooks were far too risk averse to offer the bevy of options that Kornegay had posted. You’d see some books in town copy the simple stuff – this is where the tradition of Kornegay NOT offering printed sheets until a couple of days after the props were released began. The IP was at the forefront of the Super Bowl prop betting world, with everyone else trailing behind. Even the offshore books, which were proliferating wildly at the time, couldn’t match the depth and breadth of the IP Sportsbook’s Super Bowl proposition wagers.

When Kornegay moved over to the Hilton Superbook in 2004, which became the LVH Superbook, which became the Westgate Superbook, he brought the focus on Super Bowl props with him. Since that time, the Superbook has become the world leader for Super Bowl props. CG Technology (formerly Cantor) posts a significant array of proposition wagers to choose from as well. Just about every other sportsbook in town offers prop bets as well, although the vast majority of those betting menus aren’t nearly as deep.

The offshore world has gotten more heavily involved with their menu of prop bet offerings over the past decade as well. Those with access to the offshore numbers can take advantage of the handful of solid arbitrage opportunities as the global numbers are posted. When one book has a quarterback’s total passing yardage posted at 235.5 and another book has it at 246.5, savvy bettors take advantage with Under 246.5 yards bets or Over 233.5 yards bets; sometimes both (offering the possibility of a middle, cashing both sides of the wager).

The professional bettors here in Vegas do not go nuts betting the Super Bowl side and/or total. It’s just one game at the tail end of a long season; a game where both the pointspread and the total are priced right around where they should be. Many wiseguys will not have a wager on side or total when Super Bowl 51 kicks off.

But the prop betting menu is a different story entirely. When the Westgate Superbook posts their opening numbers, the line will be stretched all the way to the back of the book with at least a half hour wait to get a bet down,. But bettors will wait patiently for their turn to fire away at the openers with $2000 limits. Guys who take this seriously can get half a million dollars into play without a hitch, in $1000 and $2000 increments. When the best bettors in the world go ‘all in’ betting these props for Super Bowl Sunday, recreational and casual bettors should take notice!

from sportsmemo.com

 

 

Super Bowl blowouts had become an annoying trend during the late 1980s and early 1990s. Reality never came close to matching the hype as six out of 11 were decided by three touchdowns or more.

The games were putting even bettors to sleep by halftime.

So when the pointspread for Super Bowl XXIX came out in January 1995, and the San Francisco 49ers were favored by 19 points or more over the San Diego Chargers, Jay Kornegay knew he and his staff had to do something.

Kornegay, now the vice president of race and sports at the Westgate SuperBook, had been at the Imperial Palace for about six years at the time.

“When we saw that spread, our thought was, ‘Let’s try to make some propositions that won’t be decided until later in the game, that keeps everybody interested,’” Kornegay said.

Super Bowl props had been around for a few years – some books took a big hit when 335-pound defensive tackle William “The Refrigerator” Perry scored a touchdown on a 1-yard run for the Chicago Bears in 1986 – but there were mostly limited options.

Kornegay decided it was time to expand.

“We took that menu of 30 to 40 different propositions and made it 80,” Kornegay said. “That’s pretty much when we hit the jackpot. The media loved it. Our customers loved it and, most importantly, they bet them.”

Super Bowl Sunday hasn’t been the same since, at least not around Las Vegas.

Thursday at 7 p.m., the SuperBook released more than 400 propositions for a Super Bowl game that will be played 10 days later.

A 16-page booklet, printed on the front and back, will list every prop along with other betting information. All of the props also will be available on Westgate’s mobile app, which Kornegay highly recommends using to avoid the long lines.

He estimates more than 50 percent of the total Super Bowl handle will come from prop bets.

“I never thought it would get to this level,” Kornegay said.

Once the matchup finally became official following Sunday’s NFC and AFC championship games, Kornegay planned to focus almost nonstop on this extensive project.

His team started the process a couple weeks ago, but any final details naturally had to wait until they knew for certain which teams would be playing.

“It is very, very time-consuming because you have to be 100 percent accurate with the spelling, with the numbers, with the betting numbers, all the disclaimers,” Kornegay said. “We don’t want any kind of controversy with how a certain prop is graded. There can’t be one ‘T’ that’s not crossed. It’s all got to be double-, triple-checked, quadruple-checked.”

The Westgate certainly isn’t alone in making these propositions. Every sportsbook in town has them in some form, but Kornegay and his group, including Ed Salmons and Jeff Sherman, are largely responsible for the massive growth, in part because they put their much-anticipated long list up first. It is unquestionably the biggest and best that’s offered each year.

Back in the late 1990s, another sportsbook actually took the Imperial Palace’s prop sheets and replaced the logo with their own casino’s logo.

One problem: The “e” in Palace could still be seen.

Asked about the incident, Kornegay said, “There is a lot of truth to that, yes. I will not mention the place. One of our customers brought up the sheet and said, ‘They didn’t even white-out your name entirely.’ There was no doubt they were our sheets.

“In one way, it’s somewhat flattering that they would trust us to make numbers like that. But it is also frustrating because we spent weeks putting all this stuff together.”

Many of the props these days have become standardized and appear annually in a regular rotation for all casinos.

Nevertheless, Kornegay and company always put up many additional creative ones that draw the curiosity of bettors and the media, often in the form of crossover props that tie a statistic from the Super Bowl to another sporting event.

For Kornegay, who moved from the IP to the SuperBook in 2004, one of the highlights is when some seemingly meaningless play draws a boisterous reaction during the game. He knows it’s because of one of those crazy props that have become such a phenomenon.

“It’s a huge part of the Super Bowl weekend,” Kornegay said. “We take a lot of pride in it. It’s been a great ride.”

from gamingtoday.com

 

 

 

A sample of Super Bowl LI props already posted 

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SPREADMONEYLINETOTAL
NE-3 (-125)-16059½ (-105)o
ATL+3 (+105)14059½ (-115)u

 

First Touchdown Scorer:

The Falcons have scored an opening-drive touchdown in eight-straight games now, so the odds are pretty good the first six points will be put up by a guy in red.

Julio Jones (ATL)+750
Devonta Freeman (ATL)+800
Julian Edelman (NE)+800
LeGarrette Blount (NE)+800
Tevin Coleman (ATL)+1200
Chris Hogan (NE)+1200
Dion Lewis (NE)+1200
Martellus Bennett (NE)+1200
Mohamed Sanu (ATL)+1400
Taylor Gabriel (ATL)+1600
James White (NE)+1800
Malcolm Mitchell (NE)+1800
Austin Hooper (ATL)+2200
Danny Amendola (NE)+2200
Tom Brady (NE)+2500
Matt Ryan (ATL)+2800
Justin Hardy (ATL)+3300
Levine Toilolo (ATL)+3300
Eric Weems (ATL)+6600
Joshua Perkins (ATL)+6600
Any Other Touchdown Scorer+550

Super Bowl 51 MVP:

Remember last year when Von Miller was a game-wrecker on defense and took home the MVP? Yeah, that’s not going to happen again. Neither defense has a player like Miller in the front-seven who can take over. Neither QB is going to throw enough picks for this to go to a defensive back. Seven of the last ten MVPs have gone to quarterbacks. Don’t overthink this one. In a battle between two high-scoring offenses, the pivots will get the plaudits. Unless Chris Hogan does another Julio Jones impression. (Or is it Julio Jones doing a Chris Hogan impression?)

Tom Brady (NE)+160
Matt Ryan (ATL)+250
Julio Jones (ATL)+750
Julian Edelman (NE)+1600
LeGarrette Blount (NE)+2000
Dion Lewis (NE)+2500
Devonta Freeman (ATL)+2500
Chris Hogan (NE)+2500
Tevin Coleman (ATL)+3300
Vic Beasley (ATL)+3300
Mohamed Sanu (ATL)+4000
Logan Ryan (NE)+5000
Martellus Bennett (NE)+5000
Austin Hooper (ATL)+6600
Matt Bryant (ATL)+6600
Taylor Gabriel (ATL)+6600
Stephen Gostkowski (NE)+6600
James White (NE)+6600
Malcom Butler (NE)+6600
Devin McCourty (NE)+7500
Deion Jones (ATL)+10000
Dwight Freeny (ATL)+10000
Eric Weems (ATL)+10000
Keanu Neal (ATL)+10000
Danny Amendola (NE)+10000
Dont’a Hightower (NE)+10000
Malcolm Mitchell (NE)+10000
Patrick Chung (NE)+10000
Rob Ninkovich (NE)+10000
Levine Toilolo (ATL)+15000
Chris Long (NE)+15000
Field+2000

 

Odds to win Super Bowl LI

New England Patriots: 9/10
Atlanta Falcons: 10/9

The early Vegas lines favor the Pats, but this game is a true toss-up. The Falcons have the better offense, while the Patriots are the more complete team. New England gets the slight edge because Tom Brady and Bill Belichick already have four resplendent rings on their fingers. That’s experience you can’t replicate on the practice field.

O/U on the final score: 57.5

Atlanta’s offense has been indomitable over the last couple weeks. Look at who they’ve played though: a Seattle team lacking its most important player in the secondary, and a Packer team lacking … a secondary. The Pats quietly led the league in scoring defense this year and have the DBs to possibly slow Julio and company. “Slow” is relative, of course. Holding the Falcons to, like, 31 would be a good showing.

The other side of the ball is a different story. This is the worst D New England will have faced in the playoffs. Unless Atlanta turns them over on multiple occasions – which isn’t likely – the Pats are going to get theirs.

O/U total points after the 1st quarter: 13.5

O/U total points at halftime: 29.5

O/U total points after three quarters: 43.5

Odds on the Super Bowl going to overtime: 75/1

There were 13 games from the 2016 season that needed extra time to determine a winner. But not one playoff game has gone beyond the fourth quarter thus far. Looking to the big game, no Super Bowl has ever gone to overtime. Don’t expect that to change this year.

Odds the Super Bowl winner returns to the Super Bowl next season: 18/1

Odds a kicker misses an extra point: 7/3

Odds on which team gets more sacks

New England: 4/5
Atlanta: 5/4

Though Atlanta boasts regular season sack king Vic Beasley, he ain’t the type of player who can feast on good offensive lines. Overall, these teams are pretty even in sack statistics (sacktisitcs?): they both had 34 in the regular season; Atlanta has five in the playoffs; New England has three. Where they differ is in sacks allowed. Brady is a master of getting the ball out quickly and the Pats only surrendered 24 sacks on the year. Atlanta gave up 37.

That said, how mobile did Matt Ryan look in the NFC Championship? That was Aaron Rodgers-esque.

O/U total sacks: 3.5

O/U total turnovers: 1.5

Odds on which team will force more turnovers

New England: 8/9
Atlanta: 9/8

It’s rare for either of these teams to come out behind in the turnover battle, as they both finished tied for the fewest giveaways in the league this season. The Falcons have a takeway in ten-straight games, while the Pats have one in eight-straight. But overall, New England has slightly more takeaways on the year.

Odds there is a completed Hail Mary: 66/1

Odds a defense scores a TD: 4/1

Odds a kick/punt is returned for a TD: 13/1

Odds a kick/punt is blocked: 12/1

Odds to throw more TDs

Tom Brady: 10/9
Matt Ryan: 5/3
Tie: 5/1

Both quarterbacks are playing at a level two steps above elite. Matt Ryan hasn’t had a passer rating below 120 since Week 13 and Brady has tossed 3-plus TDs in over half of the games he’s played this season. But not only is Brady far more used to the game’s biggest stage, he’s also playing the worse pass defense.

Odds to score the most TDs

Julio Jones: 4/1
Devonta Freeman: 6/1
LeGarrette Blount: 7/1
Chris Hogan: 7/1
Julian Edelman: 9/1
Tevin Coleman: 9/1
Dion Lewis: 11/1
Mohamed Sanu: 11/1
FIELD: 12/1

Turf toe or not, Jones will be the most terrifying player on the field in Super Bowl 51. New England can gameplan to stop the impressive physical specimen, but that just means there will be openings for Atlanta’s others stars to succeed. Of course, as Hogan and the Pats proved, anyone on their offense is capable of going off too.

Odds to throw more INTs

Matt Ryan: 6/5
Tom Brady: 7/3
Tie: 3/1

Brady set an NFL record for touchdown-to-interception ratio this season, but it’s actually Ryan who enters the Super Bowl without throwing a pick in the last six games. Don’t be shocked if neither of these QBs makes a crucial mistake in this game.

Odds to rush for the most yards

LeGarrette Blount: 9/4
Devonta Freeman: 5/2
Tevin Coleman: 3/1
Dion Lewis: 6/1
FIELD: 28/1

Blount led all ball-carriers last week with a measly 47 yards, but should see more action against a mediocre Atlanta run D. That is, if they don’t fall behind big like Green Bay.

Odds to have the most receiving yards

Julio Jones: 2/1
Chris Hogan: 5/1
Julian Edelman: 5/1
Mohamed Sanu: 8/1
Martellus Bennett: 10/1
Taylor Gabriel: 10/1
FIELD: 14/1

Odds both QBs throw for 300+ yards: 5/1

Odds multiple WRs have 100+ yards: 2/1

Odds the game breaks the Super Bowl record for most combined points: 8/3

Odds the game breaks the Super Bowl record for most combined TDs: 7/3

Super Bowl XXIX between San Francisco and San Diego is the current record-holder for both points (75 combined points; 49-26) and touchdowns (ten). The offenses taking the stage at NRG Stadium certainly have the potential to light up the scoreboard, but the game also features two defensive-minded coaches. Bill Belichick and Dan Quinn may not be able to shutdown the opposing offense – as the game total O/U above suggests – but 75 is a mammoth number.

The efficiency of both redzone offenses makes it slightly more likely that the total touchdowns record will fall than the points record.

Odds the game breaks the Super Bowl record for most combined yards from scrimmage: 5/1

Washington and Denver combined for 929 yards from scrimmage in Super Bowl XXII. The Falcons have eclipsed 500 net yards three times this season and the Patriots just once. It should be noted those games came against Cleveland, San Francisco, Carolina, and Oakland. Both defenses will give up their share of yards. Neither is going to get downright embarrassed.

Odds the game breaks the Super Bowl record for combined QB passing yards: 3/2

The current record is 649 from Super Bowl XXXVIII between the Panthers and Patriots. New England’s third-ranked rush defense will ensure the Falcons keep the ball in the air, while Brady and company will be able to pick on a 28th-ranked pass defense without its best corner.

Odds the game breaks the Super Bowl record for combined QB TD passes: 2/1

Super Bowls XIII and XXIX both saw a record seven touchdown passes. Kyle Shanahan and Josh McDaniels are brilliant play-designers and will find ways to get their respective receivers open in the redzone. But I expect both defenses to sellout trying to take away the pass when their back is up against the wall.

Odds both teams score on their opening possession: 1/1

With two weeks to prepare a gameplan and script their first drives, McDaniels and Shanahan will have their offenses prepared and firing from the opening whistle.

 

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Patriots Props

Odds Tom Brady breaks the Super Bowl record for most passing TDs: 49/1

Brady already possesses the record for most career touchdown passes in the Super Bowl, but the four he threw in his last appearance (a personal best) were still two less than Steve Young’s Super Bowl record (six). As exciting as it would be, we won’t be treated to seven Brady touchdown passes.

Odds Rob Gronkowski plays in the Super Bowl: 1,000/1

The dude just had back surgery in early December. I have a better chance of playing in this game than he does.

Odds Dion Lewis scores a rushing, receiving and return TD in the Super Bowl: 499/1

Lewis became the first player to accomplish the feat in postseason history in the Patriots’ Divisional Round matchup with the Texans. As poor as the defense is that he’s playing, the trifecta is just too rare.

Odds on Bill Belichick’s hoodie color in the Super Bowl

Blue: 3/4
Grey: 5/3
Red: 9/1
No hoodie: 9/1

In his first two Super Bowl appearances as head coach of the Patriots, Belichick sported blue pullover jackets that cannot be categorized as hoodies. Belichick then wore a dark grey hoodie in the next, followed by red, dark grey again, and blue in his most recent trip.

It should be noted that Belichick has never matched his hoodie with the color the Pats are wearing. The Falcons are the designated home team for this Super Bowl, and will likely choose to wear their red jerseys, meaning New England will wear white. This leaves all colors on the table for Belichick’s Super Bowl LI hoodie. My money goes on blue; he’s 3-0 in the Super Bowl in that color. He’s 0-1 in red.

 

Falcons Props

Odds Devonta Freeman and Tevin Coleman both score TDs in the Super Bowl: 5/3

The two have both found the endzone in six games this season, and it has happened in each of the Falcons last three games now. With Julio Jones likely drawing a ton of attention in the redzone, Freeman and Coleman will have their opportunities.

Odds Matt Ryan scores a rushing TD in the Super Bowl: 12/1

Ryan has six career rushing touchdowns in his nine seasons in the league, one of which came in the NFC Championship game. Don’t expect him to make it two straight.

 

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SUPER BOWL LI — PROPOSITIONS

NGR STADIUM — HOUSTON, TX

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 2017

NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS VS ATLANTA FALCONS

 

OPENING COIN TOSS WILL BE:

HEADS -102

TAILS -102

WILL EITHER TEAM SCORE 3 STRAIGHT TIMES?

**Excludes extra points and 2 point conversions

***Includes safeties

YES -175

NO +155

WILL EITHER TEAM SCORE IN THE FIRST 6 1/2 MINUTES OF THE GAME?

**(Includes safety)

YES -140

NO +120

WILL EITHER TEAM SCORE IN THE FINAL 2 MINUTES OF THE FIRST HALF?

**(Includes safety)

**(If score happens with exactly 2 minutes remaining in First

Half-Yes is the winner)

YES -250

NO +210

WILL EITHER TEAM SCORE IN THE FINAL 3 1/2 MINUTES OF THE GAME?

**(Includes safety)

**(Includes Overtime)

YES -155

NO +135

TEAM TO HAVE THE FIRST PENALTY:

**(Declined Penalties Do Not Count)

PATRIOTS +105

FALCONS -125

MOST PENALTY YARDS

**(Declined penalties do not count)

PATRIOTS +105

FALCONS -125

WILL THERE BE A MISSED EXTRA POINT KICK?

**(If no TD is scored–all bets are refunded)

YES +330

NO -400

WILL BOTH TEAMS MAKE 33 YARD OR LONGER FIELD GOALS?

**(If no Field Goal is made, no is the winner)

YES -150

NO +130

TOTAL QB SACKS BY: BOTH TEAMS

OVER 4.0 EVEN

UNDER 4.0 -120

TEAM TO USE COACHES CHALLENGE FIRST

**(Official Challenges from the league are excluded)

PATRIOTS -110

FALCONS -110

TOM BRADY (NE) FIRST PASS WILL BE:

**(Interception is incomplete)

COMPLETE -250

INCOMPLETE +210

WILL TOM BRADY (NE) THROW AN INTERCEPTION?

YES +150

NO -170

TOM BRADY (NE) FIRST RUSHING ATTEMPT

**(If No Rush Attempt-Under is the winner)

OVER 1.5 -160

UNDER 1.5 +140

DION LEWIS (NE) FIRST RUSHING ATTEMPT

**(If No Rush Attempt-Under is the winner)

OVER 3.5 EVEN

UNDER 3.5 -120

LEGARRETTE BLOUNT (NE) FIRST RUSHING ATTEMPT

**(If No Rush Attempt-Under is the winner)

OVER 3.5 +110

UNDER 3.5 -130

JULIAN EDELMAN (NE) FIRST RECEPTION

**(If No Reception-Under is the winner)

OVER 9.5 -110

UNDER 9.5 -110

CHRIS HOGAN (NE) FIRST RECEPTION

**(If No Reception-Under is the winner)

OVER 11.5 EVEN

UNDER 11.5 -120

MALCOLM MITCHELL (NE) FIRST RECEPTION

**(If No Reception-Under is the winner)

OVER 9.5 -110

UNDER 9.5 -110

MARCELLUS BENNETT (NE) FIRST RECEPTION

**(If No Reception-Under is the winner)

OVER 7.5 -110

UNDER 7.5 -110

DION LEWIS (NE) FIRST RECEPTION

**(If No Reception-Under is the winner)

OVER 7.5 EVEN

UNDER 7.5 -120

JAMES WHITE (NE) FIRST RECEPTION

**(If No Reception-Under is the winner)

OVER 7.5 EVEN

UNDER 7.5 -120

 

FIRST GROSS PUNT BY: RYAN ALLEN (NE)

(If no punt—all bets are refunded)

**Must be an official punt

OVER 44.5 -110

UNDER 44.5 -110

WILL FIRST KICKOFF BY STEPHEN GOSTKOWSKI (NE) RESULT IN A

TOUCHBACK?

YES -220

NO +190

MATT RYAN (ATL) FIRST PASS WILL BE:

**(Interception is incomplete)

COMPLETE -220

INCOMPLETE +190

WILL MATT RYAN (ATL) THROW AN INTERCEPTION?

YES -135

NO +115

MATT RYAN (ATL) FIRST RUSHING ATTEMPT

**(If No Rush Attempt-Under is the winner)

OVER 2.5 -150

UNDER 2.5 +130

DEVONTA FREEMAN (ATL) FIRST RUSHING ATTEMPT

**(If No Rush Attempt-Under is the winner)

OVER 3.5 +110

UNDER 3.5 -130

TEVIN COLEMAN (ATL) FIRST RUSHING ATTEMPT

**(If No Rush Attempt-Under is the winner)

OVER 3.5 -120

UNDER 3.5 EVEN

JULIO JONES (ATL) FIRST RECEPTION

**(If No Reception-Under is the winner)

OVER 12.5 EVEN

UNDER 12.5 -120

MOHAMED SANU (ATL) FIRST RECEPTION

**(If No Reception-Under is the winner)

OVER 10.5 +105

UNDER 10.5 -125

TAYLOR GABRIEL (ATL) FIRST RECEPTION

**(If No Reception-Under is the winner)

OVER 10.5 -110

UNDER 10.5 -110

ALDRICK ROBINSON (ATL) FIRST RECEPTION

**(If No Reception-Under is the winner)

OVER 6.5 -110

UNDER 6.5 -110

LEVINE TOILOLO (ATL) FIRST RECEPTION

**(If No Reception-Under is the winner)

OVER 14.5 -110

UNDER 14.5 -110

AUSTIN HOOPER (ATL) FIRST RECEPTION

**(If No Reception-Under is the winner)

OVER 8.5 -110

UNDER 8.5 -110

DEVONTA FREEMAN (ATL) FIRST RECEPTION

**(If No Reception-Under is the winner)

OVER 7.5 -110

UNDER 7.5 -110

TEVIN COLEMAN (ATL) FIRST RECEPTION

**(If No Reception-Under is the winner)

OVER 9.5 EVEN

UNDER 9.5 -120

FIRST GROSS PUNT BY: MATT BOSHER (ATL)

(If no punt—all bets are refunded)

**Must be an official punt

OVER 45.5 -110

UNDER 45.5 -110

WILL FIRST KICKOFF BY MATT BRYANT (ATL) RESULT IN A TOUCHBACK?

(If no Kickoff—all bets are refunded)

YES -220

NO +190

SHORTEST TD OF GAME

**If no td is scored–all bets are refunded

**Includes all returns

***Fumble recovery in end zone– under is the winner

OVER 1.5 +130

UNDER 1.5 -150

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SUPER BOWL LI PROPOSITIONS

***STRAIGHT BETS ONLY—NO PARLAYS ON THESE PROPS

**Players must play in individual props for action**

WILL EITHER TEAM SCORE 4 STRAIGHT TIMES?

**Excludes extra points and 2 point conversions

***Includes safeties

YES +210

NO -250

TEAM TO SCORE FIRST

PATRIOTS -130

FALCONS +110

TEAM TO SCORE LAST

PATRIOTS -130

FALCONS +110

LONGEST MADE FIELD GOAL OF GAME

**(If no FG is made–all bets are refunded)

OVER 45.5 -130

UNDER 45.5 +110

SHORTEST MADE FIELD GOAL OF GAME

**(If no FG is made–all bets are refunded)

OVER 26.5 -120

UNDER 26.5 EVEN

TOTAL FIELD GOALS MADE BY: BOTH TEAMS

OVER 3.5 +110

UNDER 3.5 -130

DISTANCE OF FIRST MADE FIELD GOAL OF GAME

**(If no FG is made–all bets are refunded)

OVER 34.5 -130

UNDER 34.5 +110

TOTAL YARDAGE OF ALL MADE FIELD GOALS OF GAME

**(If no FG is made–all bets are refunded)

OVER 123.5 -110

UNDER 123.5 -110

WILL EITHER TEAM MAKE A FIELD GOAL IN THE FIRST QUARTER?

YES -120

NO EVEN

WILL EITHER TEAM MAKE A FIELD GOAL IN THE SECOND QUARTER?

YES -270

NO +230

WILL EITHER TEAM MAKE A FIELD GOAL IN THE THIRD QUARTER?

YES -125

NO +105

WILL EITHER TEAM MAKE A FIELD GOAL IN THE FOURTH QUARTER?

YES -185

NO +165

FIRST SCORE OF THE GAME WILL BE:

TOUCHDOWN -190

ANY OTHER SCORE +170

LONGEST TD OF GAME

**(Includes all returns-If no TD is scored–all bets are

refunded)

OVER 49.5 -110

UNDER 49.5 -110

TOTAL TOUCHDOWNS BY: BOTH TEAMS

OVER 6.5 -150

UNDER 6.5 +130

FIRST TOUCHDOWN OF THE GAME WILL BE:

PASSING TD -175

ANY OTHER TD +155

TOTAL YARDAGE OF ALL TOUCHDOWNS OF GAME

**(Includes all returns-If no TD is scored–all bets are

refunded)

OVER 100.5 -110

UNDER 100.5 -110

WILL THE PATRIOTS SCORE A TOUCHDOWN IN THE FIRST QUARTER?

YES -165

NO +145

WILL THE PATRIOTS SCORE A TOUCHDOWN IN THE SECOND QUARTER?

YES -300

NO +250

WILL THE PATRIOTS SCORE A TOUCHDOWN IN THE THIRD QUARTER?

YES -185

NO +165

WILL THE PATRIOTS SCORE A TOUCHDOWN IN THE FOURTH QUARTER?

YES -220

NO +190

WILL THE FALCONS SCORE A TOUCHDOWN IN THE FIRST QUARTER?

YES -135

NO +115

WILL THE FALCONS SCORE A TOUCHDOWN IN THE SECOND QUARTER?

YES -240

NO +200

WILL THE FALCONS SCORE A TOUCHDOWN IN THE THIRD QUARTER?

YES -145

NO +125

WILL THE FALCONS SCORE A TOUCHDOWN IN THE FOURTH QUARTER?

YES -185

NO +165

LARGEST LEAD OF THE GAME BY: EITHER TEAM

OVER 16.5 -130

UNDER 16.5 +110

TOTAL NUMBER OF KICKOFF RETURNS BY: BOTH TEAMS

**(Returns only–Excludes Touchbacks, Out of Bounds & Fair

Catches)

OVER 4.0 -130

UNDER 4.0 +110

TEAM TO SCORE LAST IN THE FIRST HALF:

PATRIOTS -130

FALCONS +110

LAST SCORE OF THE FIRST HALF WILL BE:

**(Conversions do not count)

TOUCHDOWN -125

ANY OTHER SCORE +105

WILL THERE BE A SAFETY?

YES +600

NO -900

WILL THERE BE A SAFETY IN FIRST HALF?

YES +1100

NO -2500

WILL THERE BE A SAFETY IN SECOND HALF?

YES +1000

NO -2000

WILL THERE BE OVERTIME?

YES +700

NO -1100

WILL THE GAME BE DECIDED BY EXACTLY 3 POINTS?

YES +450

NO -600

WILL THE GAME BE DECIDED BY EXACTLY 7 POINTS?

YES +800

NO -1400

WILL THE TEAM THAT SCORES FIRST–WIN THE GAME?

YES -175

NO +155

TOTAL INTERCEPTIONS BY: BOTH TEAMS

OVER 1.5 -135

UNDER 1.5 +115

TOTAL FUMBLES LOST BY: BOTH TEAMS

OVER 1.5 +155

UNDER 1.5 -175

WILL THERE BE A SPECIAL TEAMS OR DEFENSIVE TOUCHDOWN?

YES +145

NO -165

WILL THERE BE A 2 POINT CONVERSION ATTEMPT?

YES +180

NO -210

WILL THERE BE A SUCCESSFUL 2 POINT CONVERSION?

YES +270

NO -330

WILL THE GAME BE TIED AFTER 0-0?

**Score is counted after the completion of extra point or 2

point conversion

***Example–New England is up 6-0 and Atlanta scores a TD to

make it 6-6 and makes the extra point and leads 7-6 and that is

the final score–no would be the winner.

YES +110

NO -130

WILL THERE BE A LEAD CHANGE IN THE FOURTH QUARTER?

YES +330

NO -400

FIRST TURNOVER OF THE GAME WILL BE:

INTERCEPTION -160

FUMBLE +140

LAST SCORE OF THE GAME WILL BE:

TOUCHDOWN -180

ANY OTHER SCORE +160

WILL AT LEAST 1 QUARTER BE SCORELESS?

**At least one quarter will have a 0-0 score

***Overtime quarters count

YES +500

NO -700

TOTAL NUMBER OF DIFFERENT PLAYERS TO HAVE A PASSING ATTEMPT

**(2 Point conversions do not count)

OVER 2.5 +140

UNDER 2.5 -160

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TOTAL GROSS PASSING YARDS BY: TOM BRADY (NE)

OVER 300.5 -110

UNDER 300.5 -110

TOTAL COMPLETIONS BY: TOM BRADY (NE)

**(If no Completions–Under is the winner)

OVER 24.5 -110

UNDER 24.5 -110

TOTAL PASS ATTEMPTS BY: TOM BRADY (NE)

**(If no Pass Attempts–Under is the winner)

OVER 36.5 -110

UNDER 36.5 -110

TOM BRADY (NE) WILL HAVE MORE GROSS PASSING YARDS IN WHICH HALF:

**(Second Half includes overtime)

FIRST HALF +110

SECOND HALF -130

TOTAL RUSHING YARDS BY: TOM BRADY (NE)

**(If no Rushing Attempt–Under is the winner)

OVER 2.5 +110

UNDER 2.5 -130

LONGEST RUSH BY: TOM BRADY (NE)

**(If no Rushing Attempt–Under is the winner)

OVER 3.5 +130

UNDER 3.5 -150

WILL TOM BRADY (NE) SCORE A TOUCHDOWN?

YES +500

NO -700

LONGEST COMPLETION BY: TOM BRADY (NE)

**(If no Completion–Under is the winner)

OVER 39.5 -110

UNDER 39.5 -110

TOTAL TOUCHDOWN PASSES BY: TOM BRADY (NE)

OVER 2.0 -240

UNDER 2.0 +200

TOTAL TOUCHDOWN PASSES BY: TOM BRADY (NE)

OVER 2.5 EVEN

UNDER 2.5 -120

TOTAL TOUCHDOWN PASSES BY: TOM BRADY (NE)

OVER 3.0 +270

UNDER 3.0 -330

WHAT WILL TOM BRADY (NE) THROW FIRST:

TD PASS -310

INTERCEPTION +260

WILL TOM BRADY (NE) THROW A TOUCHDOWN PASS IN THE 1ST QUARTER?

YES -110

NO -110

WILL TOM BRADY (NE) THROW A TOUCHDOWN PASS IN THE 2ND QUARTER?

YES -180

NO +160

WILL TOM BRADY (NE) THROW A TOUCHDOWN PASS IN THE 3RD QUARTER?

YES -120

NO EVEN

WILL TOM BRADY (NE) THROW A TOUCHDOWN PASS IN THE 4TH QUARTER?

**(Does not include overtime)

YES -150

NO +130

DISTANCE OF FIRST TOM BRADY (NE) TOUCHDOWN PASS

**(If No TD Pass–All bets are refunded)

OVER 13.5 -110

UNDER 13.5 -110

TOTAL RUSHING YARDS BY: DION LEWIS (NE)

**(If no Rushing Attempt–Under is the winner)

OVER 39.5 -110

UNDER 39.5 -110

LONGEST RUSH BY: DION LEWIS (NE)

**(If no Rushing Attempt–Under is the winner)

OVER 12.5 -110

UNDER 12.5 -110

TOTAL RUSHING ATTEMPTS BY: DION LEWIS (NE)

**(If no Rushing Attempt–Under is the winner)

OVER 9.5 -110

UNDER 9.5 -110

WILL DION LEWIS (NE) SCORE A TOUCHDOWN?

YES +170

NO -190

WILL DION LEWIS (NE) SCORE A TOUCHDOWN IN THE FIRST HALF?

YES +375

NO -450

TOTAL RECEIVING YARDS BY: DION LEWIS (NE)

**(If no Reception–Under is the winner)

OVER 22.5 -110

UNDER 22.5 -110

LONGEST RECEPTION BY: DION LEWIS (NE)

**(If no Reception–Under is the winner)

OVER 12.5 -110

UNDER 12.5 -110

TOTAL RECEPTIONS BY: DION LEWIS (NE)

**(If no Reception–Under is the winner)

OVER 2.0 -150

UNDER 2.0 +130

TOTAL RUSHING YARDS BY: LEGARRETTE BLOUNT (NE)

**(If no Rushing Attempt–Under is the winner)

OVER 60.5 -110

UNDER 60.5 -110

LONGEST RUSH BY: LEGARRETTE BLOUNT (NE)

**(If no Rushing Attempt–Under is the winner)

OVER 17.5 -110

UNDER 17.5 -110

TOTAL RUSHING ATTEMPTS BY: LEGARRETTE BLOUNT (NE)

**(If no Rushing Attempt–Under is the winner)

OVER 14.5 -110

UNDER 14.5 -110

WILL LEGARRETTE BLOUNT (NE) SCORE A TOUCHDOWN?

YES -175

NO +155

WILL LEGARRETTE BLOUNT (NE) SCORE A TOUCHDOWN IN FIRST HALF?

YES +145

NO -165

TOTAL RECEPTIONS BY: LEGARRETTE BLOUNT (NE)

**(If no Reception–Under is the winner)

OVER 0.5 +160

UNDER 0.5 -180

TOTAL RECEPTIONS BY: JAMES DEVELIN (NE)

**(If no Reception–Under is the winner)

OVER 0.5 +130

UNDER 0.5 -150

TOTAL RUSHING+RECEIVING YARDS BY: JAMES WHITE (NE)

**(If no Rushing Attempt–Under is the winner)

OVER 28.5 -110

UNDER 28.5 -110

TOTAL RECEIVING YARDS BY: JULIAN EDELMAN (NE)

**(If no Reception–Under is the winner)

OVER 100.5 -110

UNDER 100.5 -110

LONGEST RECEPTION BY: JULIAN EDELMAN (NE)

**(If no Reception–Under is the winner)

OVER 30.5 -110

UNDER 30.5 -110

TOTAL RECEPTIONS BY: JULIAN EDELMAN (NE)

**(If no Reception–Under is the winner)

OVER 7.5 -110

UNDER 7.5 -110

WILL JULIAN EDELMAN (NE) SCORE A TOUCHDOWN?

YES EVEN

NO -120

 

WILL JULIAN EDELMAN (NE) SCORE A TOUCHDOWN IN THE FIRST HALF?

YES +240

NO -280

WILL JULIAN EDELMAN (NE) HAVE A RUSHING ATTEMPT?

YES EVEN

NO -120

TOTAL RECEIVING YARDS BY: CHRIS HOGAN (NE)

**(If no Reception–Under is the winner)

OVER 59.5 -110

UNDER 59.5 -110

LONGEST RECEPTION BY: CHRIS HOGAN (NE)

**(If no Reception–Under is the winner)

OVER 21.5 -110

UNDER 21.5 -110

TOTAL RECEPTIONS BY: CHRIS HOGAN (NE)

**(If no Reception–Under is the winner)

OVER 4.5 -110

UNDER 4.5 -110

WILL CHRIS HOGAN (NE) SCORE A TOUCHDOWN?

YES +120

NO -140

TOTAL RECEIVING YARDS BY: MALCOLM MITCHELL (NE)

**(If no Reception–Under is the winner)

OVER 32.5 -110

UNDER 32.5 -110

 

LONGEST RECEPTION BY: MALCOLM MITCHELL (NE)

**(If no Reception–Under is the winner)

OVER 16.5 -110

UNDER 16.5 -110

TOTAL RECEPTIONS BY: MALCOLM MITCHELL (NE)

**(If no Reception–Under is the winner)

OVER 3.0 -110

UNDER 3.0 -110

WILL MALCOLM MITCHELL (NE) SCORE A TOUCHDOWN?

YES +160

NO -180

TOTAL RECEIVING YARDS BY: MARTELLUS BENNETT (NE)

**(If no Reception–Under is the winner)

OVER 38.5 -110

UNDER 38.5 -110

LONGEST RECEPTION BY: MARTELLUS BENNETT (NE)

**(If no Reception–Under is the winner)

OVER 17.5 -110

UNDER 17.5 -110

TOTAL RECEPTIONS BY: MARTELLUS BENNETT (NE)

**(If no Reception–Under is the winner)

OVER 3.5 +110

UNDER 3.5 -130

WILL MARTELLUS BENNETT (NE) SCORE A TOUCHDOWN?

YES +110

NO -130

WILL MARTELLUS BENNETT (NE) SCORE A TOUCHDOWN IN FIRST HALF?

YES +250

NO -300

TOTAL RECEIVING YARDS BY: DANNY AMENDOLA (NE)

**(If no Reception–Under is the winner)

OVER 17.5 -110

UNDER 17.5 -110

TOTAL POINTS BY: STEPHEN GOSTKOWSKI (NE)

OVER 8.5 -150

UNDER 8.5 +130

TOTAL FIELD GOALS MADE BY: STEPHEN GOSTKOWSKI (NE)

OVER 1.5 -150

UNDER 1.5 +130

WILL STEPHEN GOSTKOWSKI (NE) MISS AT LEAST 1 FIELD GOAL?

OVER +300

UNDER -360

WILL RYAN ALLEN (NE) PUNT A TOUCHBACK?

(If Ryan Allen has zero punts–No is the winner)

**(Ryan Allen will punt and a touchback occurs)

YES +240

NO -280

LONGEST GROSS PUNT BY: RYAN ALLEN (NE)

(If no punts—all bets are refunded)

**Must be an official punt

OVER 55.5 -110

UNDER 55.5 -110

SHORTEST GROSS PUNT BY: RYAN ALLEN (NE)

(If no punts—all bets are refunded)

**Must be an official punt

OVER 36.5 -120

UNDER 36.5 EVEN

TOTAL PUNTS BY: RYAN ALLEN (NE)

(If no punts—under is winner)

**Must be an official punt

OVER 3.5 -120

UNDER 3.5 EVEN

TOTAL NUMBER OF DIFFERENT PATRIOTS TO HAVE A RUSHING ATTEMPT

**(Conversions do not count)

OVER 4.5 +140

UNDER 4.5 -160

TOTAL NUMBER OF DIFFERENT PATRIOTS TO HAVE A PASS RECEPTION

**(Conversions do not count)

OVER 7.5 -120

UNDER 7.5 EVEN

TOTAL NUMBER OF DIFFERENT PATRIOTS TO SCORE

**(Safety does not count–Includes kicker, 2 point conversions count)

OVER 4.0 +140

UNDER 4.0 -160

WILL THE PATRIOTS GET A RUSHING TOUCHDOWN?

YES -300

NO +250

WILL THE PATRIOTS GET A RUSHING TOUCHDOWN IN THE FIRST HALF?

YES +110

NO -130

TOTAL FIRST DOWNS BY: PATRIOTS

OVER 23.5 -110

UNDER 23.5 -110

TOTAL POINTS BY: PATRIOTS

OVER 31.0 -110

UNDER 31.0 -110

TOTAL FIRST HALF POINTS BY: PATRIOTS

OVER 15.0 -110

UNDER 15.0 -110

TOTAL SECOND HALF POINTS BY: PATRIOTS

**(Overtime points count)

OVER 16.0 -110

UNDER 16.0 -110

TOTAL FIRST QUARTER POINTS BY: PATRIOTS

OVER 6.5 -180

UNDER 6.5 +160

WHAT WILL HAPPEN FIRST:

**(Includes safety–Bet continues until Patriots punt or score)

**(Must be official Punt)

PATRIOTS SCORE -160

PATRIOTS PUNT +140

WILL THE PATRIOTS SCORE IN ALL 4 QUARTERS?

**(Overtime does not count)

YES +120

NO -140

TOTAL MADE THIRD DOWN CONVERSIONS BY: PATRIOTS

**(3rd Down Conversion by Penalty does not count)

OVER 6.5 -140

UNDER 6.5 +120

WILL THE PATRIOTS CONVERT A 4TH DOWN ATTEMPT?

**(4th Down Conversion by Penalty does not count)

YES +145

NO -165

TOTAL RUSHING YARDS BY: PATRIOTS

OVER 115.5 -110

UNDER 115.5 -110

TOTAL QB SACKS BY: PATRIOTS DEFENSE

OVER 2.0 -130

UNDER 2.0 +110

Tackles include Defensive+Special Teams solo+assisted tackles.

TOTAL SOLO & ASSISTED TACKLES BY: LOGAN RYAN (NE)

**(Defensive+Special teams solo+assisted tackles count)

OVER 6.5 EVEN

UNDER 6.5 -120

TOTAL SOLO & ASSISTED TACKLES BY: PATRICK CHUNG (NE)

**(Defensive+Special teams solo+assisted tackles count)

OVER 5.5 +110

UNDER 5.5 -130

TOTAL SOLO & ASSISTED TACKLES BY: DONTA HIGHTOWER (NE)

**(Defensive+Special teams solo+assisted tackles count)

OVER 4.5 -140

UNDER 4.5 +120

TOTAL SOLO & ASSISTED TACKLES BY: MALCOLM BUTLER (NE)

**(Defensive+Special teams solo+assisted tackles count)

OVER 4.5 +120

UNDER 4.5 -140

TOTAL SOLO & ASSISTED TACKLES BY: DEVIN McCOURTY (NE)

**(Defensive+Special teams solo+assisted tackles count)

OVER 4.5 -150

UNDER 4.5 +130

WILL MALCOLM BUTLER (NE) INTERCEPT A PASS?

YES +250

NO -300

WILL LOGAN RYAN (NE) INTERCEPT A PASS?

YES +300

NO -360

WILL DEVIN McCOURTY (NE) INTERCEPT A PASS?

YES +350

NO -420

TOTAL PUNTS BY: BOTH TEAMS

**(Official Punts only)

OVER 7.5 +130

UNDER 7.5 -150

TOTAL NET YARDS BY: BOTH TEAMS

OVER 847.5 -110

UNDER 847.5 -110

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TOTAL GROSS PASSING YARDS BY: MATT RYAN (ATL)

OVER 320.5 -110

UNDER 320.5 -110

TOTAL COMPLETIONS BY: MATT RYAN (ATL)

**(If no Completions–Under is the winner)

OVER 26.5 -110

UNDER 26.5 -110

TOTAL PASS ATTEMPTS BY: MATT RYAN (ATL)

**(If no Pass Attempts–Under is the winner)

OVER 38.5 -110

UNDER 38.5 -110

MATT RYAN (ATL) WILL HAVE MORE GROSS PASSING YARDS IN WHICH HALF:

**(Second Half includes overtime)

FIRST HALF +110

SECOND HALF -130

TOTAL RUSHING YARDS BY: MATT RYAN (ATL)

**(If no Rushing Attempt–Under is the winner)

OVER 6.5 -110

UNDER 6.5 -110

LONGEST RUSH BY: MATT RYAN (ATL)

**(If no Rushing Attempt–Under is the winner)

OVER 6.5 -110

UNDER 6.5 -110

WILL MATT RYAN (ATL) SCORE A TOUCHDOWN?

YES +500

NO -700

LONGEST COMPLETION BY: MATT RYAN (ATL)

**(If no Completion–Under is the winner)

OVER 43.5 -110

UNDER 43.5 -110

TOTAL TOUCHDOWN PASSES BY: MATT RYAN (ATL)

OVER 2.0 -210

UNDER 2.0 +180

TOTAL TOUCHDOWN PASSES BY: MATT RYAN (ATL)

OVER 2.5 +115

UNDER 2.5 -135

TOTAL TOUCHDOWN PASSES BY: MATT RYAN (ATL)

OVER 3.0 +300

UNDER 3.0 -360

WHAT WILL MATT RYAN (ATL) THROW FIRST:

TD PASS -260

INTERCEPTION +220

WILL MATT RYAN (ATL) THROW A TOUCHDOWN PASS IN THE 1ST QUARTER?

YES EVEN

NO -120

WILL MATT RYAN (ATL) THROW A TOUCHDOWN PASS IN THE 2ND QUARTER?

YES -160

NO +140

WILL MATT RYAN (ATL) THROW A TOUCHDOWN PASS IN THE 3RD QUARTER?

YES EVEN

NO -120

WILL MATT RYAN (ATL) THROW A TOUCHDOWN PASS IN THE 4TH QUARTER?

**(Does not include overtime)

YES -145

NO +125

DISTANCE OF FIRST MATT RYAN (ATL) TOUCHDOWN PASS

**(If No TD Pass–All bets are refunded)

OVER 13.5 -110

UNDER 13.5 -110

TOTAL RUSHING YARDS BY: DEVONTA FREEMAN (ATL)

**(If no Rushing Attempt–Under is the winner)

OVER 54.5 -110

UNDER 54.5 -110

LONGEST RUSH BY: DEVONTA FREEMAN (ATL)

**(If no Rushing Attempt–Under is the winner)

OVER 15.5 -110

UNDER 15.5 -110

TOTAL RUSHING ATTEMPTS BY: DEVONTA FREEMAN (ATL)

**(If no Rushing Attempt–Under is the winner)

OVER 13.5 -110

UNDER 13.5 -110

WILL DEVONTA FREEMAN (ATL) SCORE A TOUCHDOWN?

YES -130

NO +110

TOTAL RECEIVING YARDS BY: DEVONTA FREEMAN (ATL)

**(If no Reception–Under is the winner)

OVER 33.5 -110

UNDER 33.5 -110

LONGEST RECEPTION BY: DEVONTA FREEMAN (ATL)

**(If no Reception–Under is the winner)

OVER 14.5 -110

UNDER 14.5 -110

TOTAL RECEPTIONS BY: DEVONTA FREEMAN (ATL)

**(If no Reception–Under is the winner)

OVER 3.5 -110

UNDER 3.5 -110

TOTAL RUSHING YARDS BY: TEVIN COLEMAN (ATL)

**(If no Rushing Attempt–Under is the winner)

OVER 47.5 -110

UNDER 47.5 -110

LONGEST RUSH BY: TEVIN COLEMAN (ATL)

**(If no Rushing Attempt–Under is the winner)

OVER 16.5 -110

UNDER 16.5 -110

TOTAL RUSHING ATTEMPTS BY: TEVIN COLEMAN (ATL)

**(If no Rushing Attempt–Under is the winner)

OVER 9.5 -130

UNDER 9.5 +110

WILL TEVIN COLEMAN (ATL) SCORE A TOUCHDOWN?

YES -135

NO +115

TOTAL RECEIVING YARDS BY: TEVIN COLEMAN (ATL)

**(If no Reception–Under is the winner)

OVER 33.5 -110

UNDER 33.5 -110

LONGEST RECEPTION BY: TEVIN COLEMAN (ATL)

**(If no Reception–Under is the winner)

OVER 15.5 -110

UNDER 15.5 -110

TOTAL RECEPTIONS BY: TEVIN COLEMAN (ATL)

**(If no Reception–Under is the winner)

OVER 3.0 -110

UNDER 3.0 -110

TOTAL RECEIVING YARDS BY: JULIO JONES (ATL)

**(If no Reception–Under is the winner)

OVER 98.5 -110

UNDER 98.5 -110

LONGEST RECEPTION BY: JULIO JONES (ATL)

**(If no Reception–Under is the winner)

OVER 25.5 -110

UNDER 25.5 -110

TOTAL RECEPTIONS BY: JULIO JONES (ATL)

**(If no Reception–Under is the winner)

OVER 6.5 -120

UNDER 6.5 EVEN

WILL JULIO JONES (ATL) SCORE A TOUCHDOWN?

YES -120

NO EVEN

WILL JULIO JONES (ATL) SCORE A TOUCHDOWN IN FIRST HALF?

YES +190

NO -220

TOTAL RECEIVING YARDS BY: MOHAMED SANU (ATL)

**(If no Reception–Under is the winner)

OVER 45.5 -110

UNDER 45.5 -110

LONGEST RECEPTION BY: MOHAMED SANU (ATL)

**(If no Reception–Under is the winner)

OVER 17.5 -110

UNDER 17.5 -110

TOTAL RECEPTIONS BY: MOHAMED SANU (ATL)

**(If no Reception–Under is the winner)

OVER 4.0 EVEN

UNDER 4.0 -120

WILL MOHAMED SANU (ATL) SCORE A TOUCHDOWN?

YES +145

NO -165

TOTAL RECEIVING YARDS BY: TAYLOR GABRIEL (ATL)

**(If no Reception–Under is the winner)

OVER 49.5 -110

UNDER 49.5 -110

LONGEST RECEPTION BY: TAYLOR GABRIEL (ATL)

**(If no Reception–Under is the winner)

OVER 19.5 -110

UNDER 19.5 -110

TOTAL RECEPTIONS BY: TAYLOR GABRIEL (ATL)

**(If no Reception–Under is the winner)

OVER 3.0 -110

UNDER 3.0 -110

WILL TAYLOR GABRIEL (ATL) SCORE A TOUCHDOWN?

YES +170

NO -190

WILL TAYLOR GABRIEL (ATL) HAVE A RUSHING ATTEMPT?

YES +160

NO -180

TOTAL RECEIVING YARDS BY: ALDRICK ROBINSON (ATL)

*(If no Reception–Under is the winner)

OVER 13.5 -110

UNDER 13.5 -110

TOTAL RECEIVING YARDS BY: LEVINE TOILOLO (ATL)

**(If no Reception–Under is the winner)

OVER 18.5 -110

UNDER 18.5 -110

LONGEST RECEPTION BY: LEVINE TOILOLO (ATL)

**(If no Reception–Under is the winner)

OVER 16.5 -110

UNDER 16.5 -110

TOTAL RECEIVING YARDS BY: AUSTIN HOOPER (ATL)

**(If no Reception–Under is the winner)

OVER 10.5 -110

UNDER 10.5 -110

TOTAL POINTS BY: MATT BRYANT (ATL)

OVER 8.0 -120

UNDER 8.0 EVEN

TOTAL FIELD GOALS MADE BY: MATT BRYANT (ATL)

OVER 1.5 -120

UNDER 1.5 EVEN

WILL MATT BRYANT (ATL) MISS AT LEAST 1 FIELD GOAL?

OVER +320

UNDER -380

WILL MATT BOSHER(ATL) PUNT A TOUCHBACK?

(If Matt Bosher (Atl) has zero punts–No is the winner)

**(Matt Bosher (Atl) will punt and a touchback occurs)

YES +270

NO -330

LONGEST GROSS PUNT BY: MATT BOSHER(ATL)

(If no punts—all bets are refunded)

**Must be an official punt

OVER 56.5 -110

UNDER 56.5 -110

SHORTEST GROSS PUNT BY: MATT BOSHER(ATL)

(If no punts—all bets are refunded)

**Must be an official punt

OVER 36.5 -110

UNDER 36.5 -110

TOTAL PUNTS BY: MATT BOSHER(ATL)

(If no punts—under is winner)

**Must be an official punt

OVER 3.5 -130

UNDER 3.5 +110

TOTAL NUMBER OF DIFFERENT FALCONS TO HAVE A RUSHING ATTEMPT

**(Conversions do not count)

OVER 3.5 -140

UNDER 3.5 +120

TOTAL NUMBER OF DIFFERENT FALCONS TO HAVE A PASS RECEPTION

**(Conversions do not count)

OVER 8.0 -130

UNDER 8.0 +110

TOTAL NUMBER OF DIFFERENT FALCONS TO SCORE

**(Safety does not count–Includes kicker, 2 point conversions count)

OVER 3.5 -135

UNDER 3.5 +115

WILL THE FALCONS GET A RUSHING TOUCHDOWN?

YES -280

NO +240

WILL THE FALCONS GET A RUSHING TOUCHDOWN IN THE FIRST HALF?

YES +120

NO -140

TOTAL FIRST DOWNS BY: FALCONS

OVER 23.0 -110

UNDER 23.0 -110

TOTAL POINTS BY: FALCONS

OVER 28.0 -110

UNDER 28.0 -110

TOTAL FIRST HALF POINTS BY: FALCONS

OVER 13.5 -110

UNDER 13.5 -110

TOTAL SECOND HALF POINTS BY: FALCONS

**(Overtime points count)

OVER 14.5 -110

UNDER 14.5 -110

TOTAL FIRST QUARTER POINTS BY: FALCONS

OVER 6.5 -130

UNDER 6.5 +110

WHAT WILL HAPPEN FIRST:

**(Includes safety–Bet continues until Falcons punt or score)

**(Must be official Punt)

FALCONS SCORE -135

FALCONS PUNT +115

WILL THE FALCONS SCORE IN ALL 4 QUARTERS?

**(Overtime does not count)

YES +160

NO -180

TOTAL MADE THIRD DOWN CONVERSIONS BY: FALCONS

**(3rd Down Conversion by Penalty does not count)

OVER 5.5 -140

UNDER 5.5 +120

WILL THE FALCONS CONVERT A 4TH DOWN ATTEMPT?

**(4th Down Conversion by Penalty does not count)

YES +130

NO -150

TOTAL RUSHING YARDS BY: FALCONS

OVER 111.5 -110

UNDER 111.5 -110

TOTAL QB SACKS BY: FALCONS DEFENSE

OVER 1.5 -150

UNDER 1.5 +130

**Tackles include Defensive+Special Teams solo+assisted tackles**

 

TOTAL SOLO & ASSISTED TACKLES BY: DEION JONES (ATL)

**(Defensive+Special teams solo+assisted tackles count)

OVER 6.5 -125

UNDER 6.5 +105

TOTAL SOLO & ASSISTED TACKLES BY: KEANU NEAL (ATL)

**(Defensive+Special teams solo+assisted tackles count)

OVER 7.5 -110

UNDER 7.5 -110

TOTAL SOLO & ASSISTED TACKLES BY: RICARDO ALLEN (ATL)

**(Defensive+Special teams solo+assisted tackles count)

OVER 5.5 -110

UNDER 5.5 -110

TOTAL SOLO & ASSISTED TACKLES BY: BRIAN POOLE (ATL)

**(Defensive+Special teams solo+assisted tackles count)

OVER 4.5 EVEN

UNDER 4.5 -120

TOTAL SOLO & ASSISTED TACKLES BY: VIC BEASLEY JR (ATL)

**(Defensive+Special teams solo+assisted tackles count)

OVER 2.5 -110

UNDER 2.5 -110

WILL DEION JONES (ATL) INTERCEPT A PASS?

YES +500

NO -700

WILL RICARDO ALLEN (ATL) INTERCEPT A PASS?

YES +400

NO -500

WILL ROBERT ALFORD (ATL) INTERCEPT A PASS?

YES +500

NO -700

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MORE COMPLETIONS

TOM BRADY (NE) +1.5 -110

MATT RYAN (ATL) -1.5 -110

MORE TOUCHDOWN PASSES

TOM BRADY (NE) PK -140

MATT RYAN (ATL) PK +120

MORE GROSS PASSING YARDS

TOM BRADY (NE) +20.5 -110

MATT RYAN (ATL) -20.5 -110

WHO WILL THROW A TOUCHDOWN PASS FIRST

TOM BRADY (NE) -130

MATT RYAN (ATL) +110

WHO WILL THROW AN INTERCEPTION FIRST

TOM BRADY (NE) +175

MATT RYAN (ATL) -200

MORE RUSHING YARDS

DION LEWIS (NE) +14.5 -110

DEVONTA FREEMAN (ATL) -14.5 -110

MORE RECEIVING YARDS

JULIAN EDELMAN (NE) -0.5 -110

JULIO JONES (ATL) +0.5 -110

MORE RECEIVING YARDS

CHRIS HOGAN (NE) -9.5 -110

TAYLOR GABRIEL (ATL) +9.5 -110

MORE RECEIVING YARDS

DION LEWIS (NE) +9.5 -110

TEVIN COLEMAN (ATL) -9.5 -110

MORE POINTS

STEPHEN GOSTKOWSKI (NE) -0.5 -110

MATT BRYANT (ATL) +0.5 -110

PLAYER TO MAKE FIRST FIELD GOAL

STEPHEN GOSTKOWSKI (NE) -130

MATT BRYANT (ATL) +110

PLAYER TO SCORE A TOUCHDOWN FIRST

LEGARRETTE BLOUNT (NE) -140

TEVIN COLEMAN (ATL) +120

PLAYER TO SCORE A TOUCHDOWN FIRST

CHRIS HOGAN (ATL) -130

MOHAMED SANU (ATL) +110

MORE RUSHING YARDS

PATRIOTS -5.5 -110

FALCONS +5.5 -110

MORE FIRST DOWNS

PATRIOTS -0.5 -110

FALCONS +0.5 -110

MORE POINTS

PATRIOTS–FIRST HALF POINTS +12.5 -110

FALCONS–FULL GAME POINTS -12.5 -110

MORE POINTS

PATRIOTS–FULL GAME POINTS -17.0 -110

FALCONS–FIRST HALF POINTS +17.0 -110

JERSEY NUMBER OF PLAYER TO SCORE FIRST TOUCHDOWN IN SUPER BOWL LI

OVER 18.5 -110

UNDER 18.5 -110

**(If No Touchdown–All bets are refunded)

HIGHEST SCORING QUARTER BY: BOTH TEAMS

OVER 21.0 +130

UNDER 21.0 -150

**Overtime quarters do not count

LOWEST SCORING QUARTER BY: BOTH TEAMS

OVER 3.5 -420

UNDER 3.5 +350

**Overtime quarters do not count

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WHO WILL HAVE MORE:

**(Pelicans/Wizards–February 4, 2017) Prop closes at 4:10 pm Pacific

BRADLEY BEAL (WAS) POINTS +3.5 -110

TOM BRADY (NE) COMPLETIONS -3.5 -110

WHO WILL HAVE MORE:

**(Pelicans/Wizards–February 4, 2017) Prop closes at 4:10 pm Pacific

JOHN WALL (WAS) POINTS -9.5 -110

DISTANCE OF FIRST MATT RYAN (ATL) TOUCHDOWN PASS +9.5 -110

**(If No TD Pass–All bets are refunded)

WHO WILL HAVE MORE:

**(76ers/Heat February 4, 2017) Prop closes at 4:40 pm Pacific

DISTANCE OF FIRST MADE FIELD GOAL OF GAME

**(If no FG is made–all bets are refunded)

JOEL EMBIID (PHI) POINTS+REBOUNDS +6.5 -110

DISTANCE OF FIRST MADE FIELD GOAL OF GAME -6.5 -110

WHO WILL HAVE MORE:

**(Cavaliers/Knicks February 4, 2017) Prop closes at 5:35 pm Pacific

LEBRON JAMES (CLE) POINTS PK -110

MATT RYAN (ATL) COMPLETIONS PK -110

WHO WILL HAVE MORE:

**(Cavaliers/Knicks February 4, 2017) Prop closes at 5:35 pm Pacific

KYRIE IRVING (CLE) POINTS +3.5 -110

FALCONS POINTS -3.5 -110

WHO WILL HAVE MORE:

**(Cavaliers/Knicks February 4, 2017) Prop closes at 5:35 pm Pacific

KNICKS POINTS -6.5 -110

JULIO JONES (ATL) RECEIVING YARDS +6.5 -110

WHO WILL HAVE MORE:

**(Warriors/Kings February 4, 2017) Prop closes at 7:40 pm Pacific

KEVIN DURANT (GS) POINTS+REBOUNDS +1.5 -110

TOM BRADY (NE) TOTAL PASS ATTEMPTS -1.5 -110

WHO WILL HAVE MORE:

**(Warriors/Kings February 4, 2017) Prop closes at 7:40 pm Pacific

STEPHEN CURRY (GS) POINTS+ASSISTS -2.5 -110

PATRIOTS+FALCONS FIRST HALF POINTS +2.5 -110

WHO WILL HAVE MORE:

**(Warriors/Kings February 4, 2017) Prop closes at 7:40 pm Pacific

WARRIORS POINTS -4.5 -110

PATRIOTS RUSHING YARDS +4.5 -110

WHO WILL HAVE MORE:

**(Warriors/Kings February 4, 2017) Prop closes at 7:40 pm Pacific

DEMARCUS COUSINS (SAC) POINTS+REBOUNDS +11.5 -110

TAYLOR GABRIEL (ATL) RECEIVING YARDS -11.5 -110

WHO WILL HAVE MORE:

**(Raptors/Nets February 5, 2017) Prop closes at 9:10 am Pacific

RAPTORS+NETS FIRST QUARTER POINTS -10.5 -110

TEVIN COLEMAN (ATL) RUSHING YARDS +10.5 -110

WHO WILL HAVE MORE:

**(Raptors/Nets February 5, 2017) Prop closes at 9:10 am Pacific

NETS POINTS +3.5 -110

FALCONS RUSHING YARDS -3.5 -110

WHO WILL HAVE MORE:

**(Clippers/Celtics February 5, 2017) Prop closes at 11:05 am Pacific

DEANDRE JORDAN (LAC) POINTS -0.5 -110

PATRIOTS+FALCONS FIRST QUARTER POINTS +0.5 -110

WHO WILL HAVE MORE:

**(Clippers/Celtics February 5, 2017) Prop closes at 11:05 am Pacific

ISAIAH THOMAS (BOS) POINTS +2.5 -110

PATRIOTS POINTS -2.5 -110

WHO WILL HAVE MORE:

**(Clippers/Celtics February 5, 2017) Prop closes at 11:05 am Pacific

ISAIAH THOMAS (BOS) 3 POINT FGS MADE -1.5 +130

TOM BRADY (NE) TOUCHDOWN PASSES +1.5 -150

WHO WILL HAVE MORE:

**(Clippers/Celtics February 5, 2017) Prop closes at 11:05 am Pacific

CELTICS FIRST HALF POINTS +4.5 -110

LEGARRETTE BLOUNT (NE) RUSHING YARDS -4.5 -110

WHO WILL HAVE MORE:

**(Blazers/Thunder–February 7, 2016) Prop closes at 12:10 pm Pacific

DAMIAN LILLARD (POR) POINTS -0.5 -110

JULIO JONES (ATL) LONGEST RECEPTION +0.5 -110

WHO WILL HAVE MORE:

**(Blazers/Thunder–February 5, 2017) Prop closes at 12:10 pm Pacific

C.J. McCOLLUM (POR) 3 POINT FGS MADE +0.5 +110

PATRIOTS+FALCONS FIELD GOALS MADE -0.5 -130

WHO WILL HAVE MORE:

**(Blazers/Thunder–February 5, 2017) Prop closes at 12:10 pm Pacific

RUSSELL WESTBROOK (OKC) POINTS+REBOUNDS+ASSISTS +5.5 -110

PATRIOTS+FALCONS POINTS -5.5 -110

WHO WILL HAVE MORE:

**(Blazers/Thunder–February 5, 2017) Prop closes at 12:10 pm Pacific

RUSSELL WESTBROOK (OKC) FREE THROWS MADE -1.5 -110

JULIAN EDELMAN (NE) RECEPTIONS +1.5 -110

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WHO WILL HAVE MORE:

**(Clemson/Florida St–February 5, 2017) Prop closes at 9:30 am Pacific

CLEMSON POINTS -19.5 -110

DEVONTA FREEMAN (ATL) RUSHING YARDS +19.5 -110

WHO WILL HAVE MORE:

**(Clemson/Florida St–February 5, 2017) Prop closes at 9:30 am Pacific

FLORIDA STATE POINTS +16.5 -110

JULIAN EDELMAN (NE) RECEIVING YARDS -16.5 -110

WHO WILL HAVE MORE:

**(Indiana/Wisconsin–February 5, 2017) Prop closes at 10:00 am Pacific

INDIANA+WISCONSIN FIRST HALF POINTS +7.5 -110

TOM BRADY (NE) + MATT RYAN (ATL) PASS ATTEMPTS -7.5 -110

WHO WILL HAVE MORE:

**(Indiana/Wisconsin–February 5, 2017) Prop closes at 10:00 am Pacific

INDIANA FIRST HALF POINTS -0.5 -110

PATRIOTS POINTS +0.5 -110

WHO WILL HAVE MORE:

**(Indiana/Wisconsin–February 5, 2017) Prop closes at 10:00 am Pacific

INDIANA/WISCONSIN MARGIN OF VICTORY +4.5 -110

PATRIOTS+FALCONS FIRST QUARTER POINTS -4.5 -110

WHO WILL HAVE MORE:

**(South Florida/Temple–February 5, 2017) Prop closes at 10:00 am Pacific

SOUTH FLORIDA/TEMPLE MARGIN OF VICTORY -2.5 -110

FALCONS FIRST HALF POINTS +2.5 -110

WHO WILL HAVE MORE:

**(South Florida/Temple–February 5, 2017) Prop closes at 10:00 am Pacific

(If no punt—all bets are refunded)

**Must be an official punt

SOUTH FLORIDA POINTS -6.5 -110

RYAN ALLEN (NE) LONGEST GROSS PUNT +6.5 -110

WHO WILL HAVE MORE:

**(Nebraska/Iowa–February 5, 2017) Prop closes at 11:00 am Pacific

NEBRASKA POINTS -27.5 -110

MOHAMED SANU (ATL) RECEIVING YARDS +27.5 -110

WHO WILL HAVE MORE:

**(Nebraska/Iowa–February 5, 2017) Prop closes at 11:00 am Pacific

IOWA FIRST HALF POINTS +22.5 -110

CHRIS HOGAN (NE) RECEIVING YARDS -22.5 -110

WHO WILL HAVE MORE:

**(Colorado/California–February 5, 2017) Prop closes at 1:30 pm Pacific

COLORADO FIRST HALF POINTS +10.5 -110

MARCELLUS BENNETT (NE) RECEIVING YARDS -10.5 -110

WHO WILL HAVE MORE:

**(Colorado/California–February 5, 2017) Prop closes at 1:30 pm Pacific

CALIFORNIA FIRST HALF POINTS -7.5 -110

TOM BRADY (NE) COMPLETIONS +7.5 -110

WHO WILL HAVE MORE:

**(Colorado/California–February 5, 2017) Prop closes at 1:30 pm Pacific

COLORADO/CALIFORNIA MARGIN OF VICTORY +1.5 -110

TEVIN COLEMAN (ATL) RUSHING ATTEMPTS -1.5 -110

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WHO WILL HAVE MORE:

**(Tiger Woods must tee off in the Omega Dubai Desert Classic 1st round and

complete 18 holes. 1st round must be completed by February 6, 2017 for

action. Prop closes at 9:00 PM Pacific Time on February 1, 2017)**

(If no punts—all bets are refunded)

**Must be an official punt

TIGER WOODS 1ST ROUND SCORE -24.5 -110

MATT BOSHER (ATL) FIRST PUNT +24.5 -110

WHO WILL HAVE MORE:

**(Tiger Woods must tee off in the Omega Dubai Desert Classic 4th round and

complete 18 holes. 4th round must be completed by February 6, 2017 for

action. Prop closes at 9:00 PM Pacific Time on February 4, 2017)**

TIGER WOODS 4th ROUND BIRDIES PK -110

PATRIOTS+FALCONS FIELD GOALS MADE PK -110

WHO WILL HAVE MORE:

**(Tiger Woods must tee off in the Omega Dubai Desert Classic 4th round and

complete 18 holes. Excludes double bogeys or worse. 4th round must be

completed by February 6, 2017 for action. Prop Closes at 9:00 PM Pacific Time

on February 4, 2017)**

TIGER WOODS 4th ROUND BOGEYS -0.5 -110

MATT RYAN (ATL) TOUCHDOWN PASSES +0.5 -110

WHO WILL HAVE MORE:

**(Tiger Woods must tee off in the Omega Dubai Desert Classic 1st round and

complete 72 holes. 4th round must be completed by February 6, 2017 for

action. Prop closes at 9:00 PM Pacific Time on February 1, 2017)**

TIGER WOODS 4 ROUND TOURNAMENT SCORE +18.5 -110

TOM BRADY (NE) GROSS PASSING YARDS -18.5 -110

 

WHO WILL HAVE MORE:

**(Henrik Stenson must tee off in the Omega Dubai Desert Classic 4th round

and complete 18 holes. 4th round must be completed by February 6, 2017 for

action. Prop closes at 9:00 PM Pacific Time on February 4, 2017)**

HENRIK STENSON 4th ROUND SCORE -14.5 -110

DEVONTA FREEMAN (ATL) RUSHING YARDS +14.5 -110

WHO WILL HAVE MORE:

**(Hideki Matsuyama must tee off in the Waste Management Phoenix Open 4th

round and complete 18 holes. 4th round must be completed by February 6, 2017

for action. Prop Closes at 8:00 AM Pacific Time on February 5, 2017)**

**(Includes all returns-If no TD is scored–all bets are refunded)

HIDEKI MATSUYAMA 4th ROUND SCORE -19.5 -110

NE+ATL LONGEST TOUCHDOWN OF THE GAME +19.5 -110

WHO WILL HAVE MORE:

**(Justin Thomas must tee off in the Waste Management Phoenix Open 4th round

and complete 18 holes. 4th round must be completed by February 6, 2017 for

action. Prop closes at 8:00 AM Pacific Time on February 5, 2017)**

JUSTIN THOMAS 4th ROUND SCORE +29.5 -110

JULIAN EDELMAN (NE) RECEIVING YARDS -29.5 -110

WHO WILL HAVE MORE:

**(Phil Mickelson must tee off in the Waste Management Phoenix Open 4th round

and complete 18 holes. 4th round must be completed by February 6, 2017 for

action. Prop closes at 8:00 AM Pacific Time on February 5, 2017)**

PHIL MICKELSON 4th ROUND SCORE +44.5 -110

PATRIOTS RUSHING YARDS -44.5 -110

 

WHO WILL HAVE MORE:

**(International Friendly soccer match Jamaica at USA on February 3,

2017. Jozy Altidore must start in match. Prop closes at 4:00 PM Pacific

Time on February 3, 2017. Match must be completed by February 6, 2017 for

action)**

JOZY ALTIDORE (USA) GOALS PK +110

TOM BRADY (NE) INTERCEPTIONS PK -130

 

WHO WILL HAVE MORE:

**(English Premier League soccer match Swansea City at Manchester City.

Prop closes at 5:30 AM Pacific Time on February 5, 2017. Match must be

completed by February 6, 2017 for action)**

SWANSEA CITY+MANCHESTER CITY GOALS PK -130

TEVIN COLEMAN (ATL) RECEPTIONS PK +110

WHO WILL HAVE MORE:

**(English Premier League soccer match Swansea City at Manchester City.

Prop closes at 5:30 AM Pacific Time on February 5, 2017. Match must be

completed by February 6, 2017 for action)**

MANCHESTER CITY GOALS PK -130

TOM BRADY (NE) TOUCHDOWN PASSES PK +110

 

WHO WILL HAVE MORE:

**(English Premier League soccer match Manchester United at Leicester City.

Prop closes at 8:00 AM Pacific Time on February 5, 2017. Match must be

completed by February 6, 2017 for action)**

LEICESTER CITY+MANCHESTER UNITED GOALS PK -110

PATRIOTS+FALCONS RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS PK -110

WHO WILL HAVE MORE:

**(English Premier League soccer match Manchester United at Leicester City.

Prop closes at 8:00 AM Pacific Time on February 5, 2017. Match must be

completed by February 6, 2017 for action)**

LEICESTER CITY+MANCHESTER UNITED YELLOW CARDS -1.0 -110

TOM BRADY (NE) + MATT RYAN (ATL) INTECEPTIONS +1.0 -110

WHO WILL HAVE MORE:

**(English Premier League soccer match Manchester United at Leicester City.

Zlatan Ibrahimovic must start in match. Prop closes at 8:00 AM Pacific Time

on February 5, 2017. Match must be completed by February 6, 2017 for

action)**

ZLATAN IBRAHIMOVIC (MAN U) GOALS +0.5 -150

PATRIOTS+FALCONS FIRST QUARTER FG’S MADE -0.5 +130

WHO WILL HAVE MORE:

**(Spanish La Liga soccer match Athletic Bilbao at Barcelona. Neymar must

start in match. Prop closes at 7:15 AM Pacific Time on February 4,

2017. Match must be completed by February 6, 2017 for action)**

NEYMAR (BARCELONA) GOALS PK +120

PATRIOTS FIRST HALF RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS PK -140

WHO WILL HAVE MORE:

**(Spanish La Liga soccer match Athletic Bilbao at Barcelona. Lionel Messi

must start in match. Prop closes at 7:15 AM Pacific Time on February 4,

2017. Match must be completed by February 6, 2017 for action)**

LIONEL MESSI (BARCELONA) GOALS PK +110

PATRIOTS+FALCONS FUMBLES LOST PK -130

 

WHO WILL HAVE MORE:

**(Spanish La Liga soccer match Real Madrid at Celta de Vigo.

Prop closes at 11:45 AM Pacific Time on February 5, 2017. Match must be

completed by February 6, 2017 for action)**

CELTA DE VIGO+REAL MADRID GOALS +0.5 -110

MOHAMED SANU (ATL) RECEPTIONS -0.5 -110

WHO WILL HAVE MORE:

**(Spanish La Liga soccer match Real Madrid at Celta de Vigo. Cristiano

Ronaldo must start in match. Prop closes at 11:45 AM Pacific Time on

February 5, 2017. Match must be completed by February 6, 2017 for action)**

CRISTIANO RONALDO (REAL MADRID) GOALS PK -160

TEVIN COLEMAN (ATL) TOUCHDOWNS PK +140

 

WHO WILL HAVE MORE:

**(RBS 6 Nations rugby union match Wales at Italy. Prop closes at 6:00 AM

Pacific Time on February 5, 2017. Match must be completed by February 6,

2017 for action.)**

ITALY+WALES POINTS -11.5 -110

DISTANCE OF FIRST MADE FG OF SB LI +11.5 -110

**(If no FG is made–all bets are refunded)

WHICH WILL BE MORE:

**(Heavyweight Title boxing Anthony Joshua vs Wladimir Klitschko at London,

England. Both fighters must start bout. Prop closes at 3:30 PM Pacific Time

on February 5, 2017. Fight must be completed by April 29, 2017.**

NUMBER OF COMPLETED FULL ROUNDS OF A JOSHUA/W KLITSCHKO BOUT +4.5 -110

PATRIOTS+FALCONS FIRST QUARTER POINTS -4.5 -110

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WHO WILL HAVE MORE:

**(Kings/Capitals–February 5, 2017) Prop closes at 9:05 am Pacific

NICKLAS BACKSTROM (WAS) POINTS PK +120

PATRIOTS+FALCONS FUMBLES LOST PK -140

**Backstrom Points(Goals+Assists)–Shootout Goals excluded

WHO WILL HAVE MORE:

**(Kings/Capitals–February 5, 2017) Prop closes at 9:05 am Pacific

ALEXANDER OVECHKIN (WAS) SHOTS ON GOAL -0.5 -160

MATT RYAN (ATL) TD PASSES+INTERCEPTIONS +0.5 +140

WHO WILL HAVE MORE:

**(Kings/Capitals–February 5, 2017) Prop closes at 9:05 am Pacific

DUSTIN BROWN (LA) POINTS PK +115

TOM BRADY (NE) INTERCEPTIONS PK -135

**D Brown Points(Goals+Assists)–Shootout Goals excluded

WHO WILL HAVE MORE:

**(Oilers/Canadiens–February 5, 2017) Prop closes at 10:05 am Pacific

CONNOR McDAVID (EDM) POINTS +0.5 -110

STEPHEN GOSTKOWSKI (NE) FIELD GOALS MADE -0.5 -110

**McDavid(Goals+Assists)–Shootout Goals excluded

WHO WILL HAVE MORE:

**(Oilers/Canadiens–February 5, 2017) Prop closes at 10:05 am Pacific

SHEA WEBER (MON) SHOTS ON GOAL PK EVEN

TOM BRADY (NE) TOUCHDOWN PASSES PK -120

WHO WILL HAVE MORE:

**(Oilers/Canadiens–February 5, 2017) Prop closes at 10:05 am Pacific

CANADIENS GOALS +0.5 -150

MARCELLUS BENNETT (NE) RECEPTIONS -0.5 +130

**In case of shootout only 1 goal is added to winners score

 

WHO WILL HAVE MORE:

**(Flames/Rangers–February 5, 2017) Prop closes at 11:05 am Pacific

RANGERS GOALS +0.5 -150

PATRIOTS/FALCONS FIELD GOALS MADE -0.5 +130

**In case of shootout only 1 goal is added to winners score

WHO WILL HAVE MORE:

**(Flames/Rangers–February 5, 2017) Prop closes at 11:05 am Pacific

FLAMES+RANGERS FIRST PERIOD GOALS PK -110

MATT BRYANT (ATL) FIELD GOALS MADE PK -110

WHO WILL HAVE MORE:

**(Vegas Golden Knights 2017-18 NHL Regular Season)

Must play 82 Regular Season Games for action

VEGAS GOLDEN KNIGHTS 2017-18 POINTS -20.5 -110

DEVONTA FREEMAN (ATL) RUSHING YARDS +20.5 -110

WHO WILL HAVE MORE:

**(Vegas Golden Knights 2017-18 First NHL Regular Season Game)

VEGAS GOLDEN KNIGHTS GOALS IN FIRST NHL REGULAR SEASON GAME -0.5 -130

TOTAL FIELDS GOALS MADE IN FIRST HALF BY: PATRIOTS+FALCONS +0.5 +110

**In case of shootout only 1 goal is added to winners score

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If you just want to have some fun with game prop bets, Click Here for the 2017-Super-Bowl-LI-51-Prop-Bet-Sheet

You can print out a few copies and bring it to you Super Bowl Party on Gameday. It even incudes a QR code to you can use to check the results with your smartphone.

The Westgate Superbook in Las Vegas is annually the first shop to set the market — and to great fanfare. Sports book director Jay Kornegay and his staff release more props on the game every year. Their betting options go well over 400 deep in 2017.

 

 

   Links:

2017-Super-Bowl-LI-51-Prop-Bet-Sheet

twitter.com/LVSuperBook

sports.bovada.lv/football

mytopsportsbooks.com

 

 

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