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January 4, 2013

“Even though this season we have seen at least five different teams as the favorite to win the Super Bowl, there is no doubt with clinching home field advantage that the Broncos are the clear frontrunner at 3-1. The Texans who were once at the top of the list have drifted off now at 14-1 and we cannot write a bet on them while some teams who ended the season strong such as Indy, Cincy, and Washington are taking some long shot money. The Vikings at 35-1, despite being over a touchdown underdog in their Wild Card game against the Packers, right now are the biggest loser for the book if they can somehow win it all. While funny enough, we are in the same situation as last year with the Patriots at 15/4 as the team with the biggest potential win for us.”

Kevin Bradley, Sports Book Manager, bovada.lv

 

Odds to win the 2013 Super Bowl XLVII

Denver Broncos 3/1

New England Patriots 15/4

San Francisco 49ers 6/1

Atlanta Falcons 7/1

Green Bay Packers 15/2

Seattle Seahawks 12/1

Houston Texans 14/1

Washington Redskins 18/1

Baltimore Ravens 22/1

Minnesota Vikings 35/1

Cincinnati Bengals 45/1

Indianapolis Colts 45/1

 

Odds to win the 2013 AFC Championship

Denver Broncos 5/4

New England Patriots 8/5

Houston Texans 7/1

Baltimore Ravens 11/1

Cincinnati Bengals 22/1

Indianapolis Colts 25/1

 

Odds to win the 2013 NFC Championship

San Francisco 49ers 12/5

Atlanta Falcons 5/2

Green Bay Packers 10/3

Seattle Seahawks 6/1

Washington Redskins 8/1

Minnesota Vikings 18/1

 

2013 Super Bowl XLVII – Exact Super Bowl Matchups

Baltimore Ravens vs Atlanta Falcons 40/1

Baltimore Ravens vs Green Bay Packers 50/1

Baltimore Ravens vs Minnesota Vikings 200/1

Baltimore Ravens vs San Francisco 49ers 35/1

Baltimore Ravens vs Seattle Seahawks 80/1

Baltimore Ravens vs Washington Redskins 100/1

Cincinnati Bengals vs Atlanta Falcons 75/1

Cincinnati Bengals vs Green Bay Packers 100/1

Cincinnati Bengals vs Minnesota Vikings 400/1

Cincinnati Bengals vs San Francisco 49ers 70/1

Cincinnati Bengals vs Seattle Seahawks 150/1

Cincinnati Bengals vs Washington Redskins 200/1

Denver Broncos vs Atlanta Falcons 7/1

Denver Broncos vs Green Bay Packers 17/2

Denver Broncos vs Minnesota Vikings 40/1

Denver Broncos vs San Francisco 49ers 13/2

Denver Broncos vs Seattle Seahawks 15/1

Denver Broncos vs Washington Redskins 20/1

Houston Texans vs Atlanta Falcons 28/1

Houston Texans vs Green Bay Packers 30/1

Houston Texans vs Minnesota Vikings 150/1

Houston Texans vs San Francisco 49ers 25/1

Houston Texans vs Seattle Seahawks 50/1

Houston Texans vs Washington Redskins 70/1

Indianapolis Colts vs Atlanta Falcons 90/1

Indianapolis Colts vs Green Bay Packers 100/1

Indianapolis Colts vs Minnesota Vikings 450/1

Indianapolis Colts vs San Francisco 49ers 80/1

Indianapolis Colts vs Seattle Seahawks 175/1

Indianapolis Colts vs Washington Redskins 225/1

New England Patriots vs Atlanta Falcons 8/1

New England Patriots vs Green Bay Packers 10/1

New England Patriots vs Minnesota Vikings 45/1

New England Patriots vs San Francisco 49ers 15/2

New England Patriots vs Seattle Seahawks 18/1

New England Patriots vs Washington Redskins 22/1

 

Super Bowl XLVII – Early Line

AFC -2 (-120)

NFC +2 (-110)

 

Wild Card Weekend Props – How many Wild Card teams will win this weekend?

Over 1½ (+110)

Under 1½ (-140)

 

Wild Card Weekend Props – How many Wild Card teams will win this weekend?

0 9/2

1 5/4

2 7/4

3 13/2

4 40/1

 

Wild Card Weekend Props – Will a Wild Card team win the Super Bowl?

Yes +600

No -1000

 

Wild Card Weekend Props – Will a Wild Card team play in the Super Bowl?

Yes +300

No -400

 

Wild Card Weekend Props – Denver Broncos – Playoff Progress

Eliminated in AFC Divisional Round 5/2

Eliminated in AFC Championship Game 3/2

Super Bowl Runner Up 4/1

Super Bowl Champion 3/1

 

Wild Card Weekend Props – Atlanta Falcons – Playoff Progress

Eliminated in NFC Divisional Round 5/4

Eliminated in NFC Championship Game 8/5

Super Bowl Runner Up 5/1

Super Bowl Champion 7/1

 

Wild Card Weekend Props – New England Patriots – Playoff Progress

Eliminated in AFC Divisional Round 5/2

Eliminated in AFC Championship Game 13/10

Super Bowl Runner Up 4/1

Super Bowl Champion 15/4

 

Wild Card Weekend Props – San Francisco 49ers – Playoff Progress

Eliminated in NFC Divisional Round 11/10

Eliminated in NFC Championship Game 2/1

Super Bowl Runner Up 5/1

Super Bowl Champion 6/1

 

Wild Card Weekend Props – Houston Texans – Playoff Progress

Eliminated in Wild Card Round 7/4

Eliminated in AFC Divisional Round 11/10

Eliminated in AFC Championship Game 5/2

Super Bowl Runner Up 10/1

Super Bowl Champion 15/1

 

Wild Card Weekend Props – Green Bay Packers – Playoff Progress

Eliminated in Wild Card Round 3/1

Eliminated in NFC Divisional Round 13/10

Eliminated in NFC Championship Game 7/2

Super Bowl Runner Up 6/1

Super Bowl Champion 8/1

 

Wild Card Weekend Props – Baltimore Ravens – Playoff Progress

Eliminated in Wild Card Round 9/4

Eliminated in AFC Divisional Round 5/7

Eliminated in AFC Championship Game 6/1

Super Bowl Runner Up 16/1

Super Bowl Champion 22/1

 

Wild Card Weekend Props – Washington Redskins – Playoff Progress

Eliminated in Wild Card Round 2/3

Eliminated in NFC Divisional Round 9/4

Eliminated in NFC Championship Game 7/1

Super Bowl Runner Up 18/1

Super Bowl Champion 18/1

 

Wild Card Weekend Props – Indianapolis Colts – Playoff Progress

Eliminated in Wild Card Round 4/11

Eliminated in AFC Divisional Round 3/1

Eliminated in AFC Championship Game 11/1

Super Bowl Runner Up 28/1

Super Bowl Champion 45/1

 

Wild Card Weekend Props – Seattle Seahawks – Playoff Progress

Eliminated in Wild Card Round 5/4

Eliminated in NFC Divisional Round 3/2

Eliminated in NFC Championship Game 5/1

Super Bowl Runner Up 9/1

Super Bowl Champion 11/1

 

Wild Card Weekend Props – Cincinnati Bengals – Playoff Progress

Eliminated in Wild Card Round 4/9

Eliminated in AFC Divisional Round 9/4

Eliminated in AFC Championship Game 11/1

Super Bowl Runner Up 28/1

Super Bowl Champion 45/1

 

Wild Card Weekend Props – Minnesota Vikings – Playoff Progress

Eliminated in Wild Card Round 1/4

Eliminated in NFC Divisional Round 4/1

Eliminated in NFC Championship Game 12/1

Super Bowl Runner Up 25/1

Super Bowl Champion 40/1

 

WILD CARD SPECIALS – Who will record the most Passing Yards Wild Card Weekend?

Aaron Rodgers (GB) QB 5/2

Andrew Luck (IND) QB 7/2

Joe Flacco (BAL) QB 4/1

Andy Dalton (CIN) QB 11/2

Matt Schaub (HOU) QB 11/2

Russell Wilson (SEA) QB 10/1

Robert Griffin III (WAS) QB 12/1

Christian Ponder (MIN) QB 15/1

 

WILD CARD SPECIALS – Who will record the most Rushing Yards Wild Card Weekend?

Adrian Peterson (MIN) RB 7/4

Arian Foster (HOU) RB 3/1

Alfred Morris (WAS) RB 7/2

Marshawn Lynch (SEA) RB 4/1

Ray Rice (BAL) RB 11/2

BenJarvus Green-Ellis (CIN) RB 10/1

 

WILD CARD SPECIALS – Who will record the most Receiving Yards Wild Card Weekend?

Andre Johnson (HOU) WR 2/1

A.J. Green (CIN) WR 3/1

Reggie Wayne (IND) WR 5/1

Jordy Nelson (GB) WR 5/1

Pierre Garcon (WAS) WR 5/1

Anquan Boldin (BAL) WR 7/1

 

NFL WILD CARD PLAYOFFS

Cincinnati Bengals +4½

Houston Texans -4½

 

(CIN @ HOU) Total Passing Yards – Andy Dalton (CIN)

Over/Under 235½

 

(CIN @ HOU) Total Rushing Yards – BenJarvus Green-Ellis (CIN)

Over/Under 69½

 

(CIN @ HOU) Total Passing Yards – Matt Schaub (HOU)

Over/Under 235½

 

(CIN @ HOU) Total Rushing Yards – Arian Foster (HOU)

Over/Under 99½

 

(CIN @ HOU) Total Sacks – J.J. Watt (HOU)

Over 1½ (+120)

Under 1½ (-150)

 

(CIN @ HOU) Total Tackles & Assists – J.J. Watt (HOU)

Over/Under 4½

 

(CIN @ HOU) – Who will have more Receiving Yards in the game?

A.J. Green (CIN) WR +5½ (-115)

Andre Johnson (HOU) WR -5½ (-115)

 

(CIN @ HOU) – Who will have more Receptions in the game?

A.J. Green (CIN) WR +½ (-105)

Andre Johnson (HOU) WR -½ (-125)

 

(CIN @ HOU) – Who will have more Sacks in the game?

Cincinnati Bengals +160

Houston Texans -200

 

 

NFL WILD CARD PLAYOFFS

Minnesota Vikings +9

Green Bay Packers -9

 

(MIN @ GB) Total Passing Yards – Christian Ponder (MIN)

Over/Under 180½

 

(MIN @ GB) Total Rushing Yards – Adrian Peterson (MIN)

Over/Under 125½

 

(MIN @ GB) Will Adrian Peterson (HOU) score a TD in the game?

Yes -175

No +145

 

(MIN @ GB) Total Passing Yards – Aaron Rodgers (GB)

Over/Under 290½

 

(MIN @ GB) Total TD Passes – Aaron Rodgers (GB)

Over 2½ (-140)

Under 2½ (+110)

 

(MIN @ GB) – Which will be higher in the game?

Adrian Peterson Rushing yards +200

Christian Ponder Passing Yards -300

 

(MIN @ GB) – Who will have more Sacks in the game?

Jared Allen (MIN) -140

Clay Matthews (GB) +110

 

NFL WILD CARD PLAYOFFS

Indianapolis Colts +6½

Baltimore Ravens -6½

 

(IND @ BAL) Total Passing Yards – Andrew Luck (IND)

Over/Under 260½

 

(IND @ BAL) Total TD Passes – Andrew Luck (IND)

Over 1½ (-140)

Under 1½ (+110)

 

(IND @ BAL) Total Receiving Yards – Reggie Wayne (IND)

Over/Under 74½

 

(IND @ BAL) Total Receptions – Reggie Wayne (IND)

Over/Under 5½

 

(IND @ BAL) Total Passing Yards – Joe Flacco (BAL)

Over/Under 250½

 

(IND @ BAL) Total Rushing Yards – Ray Rice (BAL)

Over/Under 90½

 

(IND @ BAL) Total Receiving Yards – Ray Rice (BAL)

Over/Under 34½

 

(IND @ BAL) Total Receptions – Ray Rice (BAL)

Over/Under 4

 

(IND @ BAL) Will Ray Rice (BAL) score a TD in the game?

Yes -150

No +120

 

(IND @ BAL) Total Tackles & Assists – Ray Lewis (BAL)

Over/Under 8

 

(IND @ BAL) Will Ed Reed (BAL) get an interception in the game?

Yes +250

No -400

 

NFL WILD CARD PLAYOFFS

Seattle Seahawks -3

Washington Redskins+3

 

(SEA @ WAS) – Who will throw more TD Passes in the game?

Russell Wilson (SEA) QB -175

Robert Griffin III (WAS) QB +145

 

(SEA @ WAS) – Who will have more Passing Yards in the game?

Russell Wilson (SEA) QB -10½ (-115)

Robert Griffin III (WAS) QB +10½ (-115)

 

(SEA @ WAS) – Who will have more Rushing Yards in the game?

Russell Wilson (SEA) QB +5½ (-115)

Robert Griffin III (WAS) QB -5½ (-115)

 

(SEA @ WAS) – Who will have more Rushing Yards in the game?

Marshawn Lynch (SEA) RB Pick (-115)

Alfred Morris (WAS) RB Pick (-115)

 

SPECIALS – Will Jon Gruden be a head coach in the NFL for game 1 of the 2013 NFL Season?

Yes +150

No -200

 

SPECIALS – Will Chip Kelly be a head coach in the NFL for game 1 of the 2013 NFL Season?

Yes -300

No +200

 

SPECIALS – Who will be the next head coach of the Chicago Bears?

Mike McCoy 2/1

Keith Armstrong 3/1

Mike Sullivan 4/1

Jon Gruden 5/1

Chip Kelly 7/1

Bruce Arians 7/1

Bill Cowher 10/1

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