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When it comes to Super Bowl Betting and placing your Super Bowl Bets for Super Bowl XLIX 2015 there are only a few betting picks and predictions sites we trust, and only a few online sportsbooks that we feel comfortable recommending for your 2015 Super Bowl Betting online for Sunday, February 1, 2015 at the University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, Arizona.

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How To Bet On Superbowl 2015 Online

by admin in betting | Posted on January 29th, 2015 | No Comments

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The above online sportsbooks are the best Super Bowl online betting 2015 sites for players from the USA and Canada. If you are looking to place Super Bowl bets online then play with the best! Now you can bet on the Seattle Seahawks or the deflate gate New England Patriots in Super Bowl XLIX. The above online sportsbooks currently have the Seattle Seahawks as the early Super Bowl betting underdogs at +2 point betting odds along with the New England Patriots as -2 point favories. Whether you want to bet on Russell Wilson and the Seattle Seahawks or Tom Brady and the New England Patriots, the above online sports betting sites have the best Super Bowl wagering lines online now for Superbowl 2015.

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We hope you enjoy betting on Super Bowl XLIX at the above Super Bowl online betting sites when you bet between the Seattle Seahawks or New England Patriots. Currently the Pats are -2 point favorites despite the upsets Russell Wilson and his Seattle Seahawks have been able to accomplish in the NFL playoffs in their road to Super Bowl 2015 also known as Super Bowl 49 or Super Bowl XLIX. The line originally opened at 2 points, then it went down to 3 points for a couple of days but seems to have finally stabilized at -2 points in the favor of Tom Brady and the New England Patriots. Just a reminder to get your Super Bowl online bets in prior to kickoff which is 6:30 PM EST on Sunday, February 1st, 2015 or else you will be kicking yourself with your would have and should have bets until next year. Super Bowl 2015 will be played at the University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, Arizona.

How to Bet On Superbowl Online

With the Super Bowl just around the corner many NFL fans that are unable to make the trip to a Las Vegas sportsbook are looking to the Internet to place their Super Bowl bets. If you need to know how to bet on Superbowl online then you have come to the right site. Learning how to place your Super Bowl bets online is pretty simple to do and it may surprise you how quick the whole process is. Today we will outline the steps involved in placing your Super Bowl bets using the Bovada sports betting site in our example. First, click on the “Bovada Sportsbook” link above to get to the Bovada Sportsbook page. Once there you will see a photo of Russell Wilson and Peyton Manning with a “JOIN NOW” button under a promo blurb about the 50% Signup Bonus. Click on Join Now and then proceed to fill in your profile information. Once your profile information has been submitted you will be prompted to fund your player account. You can use your VISA Credit Card to load funds and the minimum deposit amount is $20. Once your deposit has been processed click on the “Sports” tab from the top header on the Bovada site. Under the Top 5 Betting Lines you will see the Super Bowl odds section which displays point spread odds, moneyline odds, and the Over/Under total odds. Basically from here you just click the wager selection you like, it will then populate your Bet Receipt on the right-hand side of the page where you then input your wager amount. At this point all you have to do is hit submit and your wager will be placed and all you have to do now is win! Pretty simple enough considering this whole process typically takes less than 3 minutes from start to finish. SO far now, take care and Happy Super Bowl Online Betting for 2015!

New England Patriots Ball Deflation Story

by admin in betting | Posted on January 28th, 2015 | No Comments

Everyone else is talking about it so we figured we might as well report on Tom Brady and the New England Patriots “Deflated Gate” scandal as well going into Sunday’s big game.

One of the most bizarre headlines leading up to Super Bowl 49 is the story about how some are reporting that the actual footballs used in the New England Patriots blow out win over the Indianapolis Colts in the AFC Championship game were underinflated. The NFL mentions that footballs must be inflated between 12.5 and 13.5 pounds per square inch and the ball itself should weigh between 14 and 15 ounces.

The NFL has actually launched an investigation into the allegations. ESPN is reporting that 11 of the 12 footballs used within the game could have been underinflated by up to 2 pounds per square inch. The NFL is uncertain if any penalties should be enforced. The Patriots will still be able to play in Super Bowl 49 and the “Deflate-gate” storyline should fizzle out before the big game.

Patriots Deflate Gate

With so much focus on the PSI of the footballs leading up to the Super Bowl, you better believe that the NFL will ensure that the balls are inflated correctly for the championship game. Being that the University of Phoenix Stadium is an indoor facility, neither team will need to worry about weather conditions. One of the reasons a player may want their ball deflated is to get a better grip on it during bad weather.

Superbowl 49 Coaches

by admin in odds | Posted on January 28th, 2015 | No Comments

This week both head coaches of this year’s Super Bowl teams have been under the microscope in addition to their players based on injury and cheating rumors. Bill Belichick, the head coach of the New England Patriots, is no stranger to Super Bowls. The Patriots success has been documented by major sports networks worldwide and it is no secret that Belichick is one of the best coaches in the game. However, if you go back before Belichick was the head coach of the Patriots, you’ll realize that Belichick was running out of chances in the NFL. Belichick once coached the Cleveland Browns and he didn’t see much success in that coaching endeavor.

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Pete Carroll is one of the most unique coaches in all of professional sports. His well documented upbeat, high energy practice sessions seem to make the concept of practice fun for the average NFL player. Carroll is one of the one head coaches to have won a Super Bowl and a college football national championship. Before becoming the coach for the Seahawks, Pete Carroll was the coach of the University of Southern California Trojans. The Trojans won the college football national championship in the mid 2000s while Carroll led the Seattle Seahawks to a blow out win over the Denver Broncos in Super Bowl 48. Both Carroll and Belichick have had unique journeys that have led them both to Super Bowl 49 and it will be interesting to see which team can pull off the win.

Past Super Bowl Records

by admin in 2015 | Posted on January 27th, 2015 | No Comments

Have you ever wondered about obscure Super Bowl records. For example, last year’s Super Bowl was the first time that the first score in a game was a safety. A Super Bowl record you may not be familiar with is that the state of Florida has hosted the Super Bowl 15 times. Arizona is the site of this year’s Super Bowl and the state of Arizona has hosted the Super Bowl twice previously. The New England Patriots played in the Super Bowl the last time it was being held in Arizona and they ended up losing the game to the Giants.

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The last time the winner of the Super Bowl scored less than 20 points was coincidentally when the New England Patriots lost to the New York Giants at University of Phoenix Stadium back in Super Bowl 42. The Giants won the game by only accumulating 17 points. To find the next occurrence of a Super Bowl winner scoring less than 20 points, you’d have to go all the way back to Super Bowl 9 when the Steelers beat the Vikings 16-6. It’s highly unlikely that Super Bowl 49 will be a low scoring affair. If it ends up being a low scoring game, the result will be an anomaly when compared to other Super Bowl results.

Patriot’s Super Bowl Wins

by admin in betting | Posted on January 27th, 2015 | No Comments

If you look a little more closely at the Super Bowls the Patriots won in the early 2000s, you’ll see that the Patriots won each of their Super Bowls by a three point margin. Interestingly enough, when the Patriots returned to the Super Bowl in 2008, they were preceded by one of the best regular seasons in NFL history. That year, the Patriots went 16-0. However, the Patriots went on to lose the Super Bowl by 3 points to the eventual champions: The New York Football Giants.

In 2012, the Giants and Patriots were matched back up for the Patriots 5th appearance in the Super Bowl. This time, the Patriots didn’t win or lose by 3, they actually lost by 4. What can you conclude with this data? If you are like most Pats fans then you are feeling pretty confident about their odds of winning Super Bowl 2015. If you’d like to bet for real money then click here for online sportsbooks for Super Bowl betting. Regardless of the Patriots win or lose the Super Bowl against the Seahawks, it is apparent that Belichick and Brady have a game plan that keeps the game close, given that the other team is competitive. Since teams have two weeks to prepare for each other instead of one, each of these two teams will certainly be ready to play.

Patriots Super Bowl Wins

Las Vegas is ambivalent on setting the line for Super Bowl 49. Some sports books started the Seahawks out as early favorites while many sports books are calling this a pick’em game. A pick’em game is where there is no point spread and each team has a 50/50 shot at winning, as far as the sports book is concerned. If a point spread develops between these two teams, keep in mind New England’s trend of keeping the Super Bowl close, regardless if the Patriots win or lose.

Super Bowl’s with Single Digit Scoring

by admin in history | Posted on January 26th, 2015 | No Comments

The Super Bowl is a tradition in American culture that takes place on the first Sunday of February. Super Bowl 49 will feature the Seattle Seahawks competing against the New England Patriots. If you look at some of the past Super Bowl results, you’ll notice some trends that are hard to ignore.
Dating back to 1984, there has only been 3 Super Bowls in which one of the teams have only scored single digits. Interestingly enough, the Broncos only scored 8 points against the Seahawks in Super Bowl 48. Since 1984, this occurrence has only happened two other times. In 1984, the Super Bowl champion L.A. Rams held the Redskins to only 9 points. The Ravens defeated the Giants in Super Bowl 35 by only allowing the Giants to score 7 points.

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Single digit point totals for a team in the Super Bowl is extremely rare. In the modern age of football, this occurrence is rare however if you look before 1984, you’ll notice that many Super Bowls features teams that scored in the single digits. In fact, if you look at the first 9 Super Bowls ever played, you’ll notice that 6 of the 9 losers scored in the single digits. With the high powered offences of both the Seahawks and Patriots, it would be extremely unlikely to see either one of these teams keep their point totals in the single digit range.

Pro Bowl Online Betting

by admin in 2015 | Posted on January 25th, 2015 | No Comments

You all know what day it is, it’s Pro Bowl day! The NFL 2015 Pro Bowl takes place today and in a week the Super Bowl kicks off. If you want to get in on some Pro Bowl online betting odds then head over to the Top Bet Sportsbook now.

Super Bowl 49 will be played in the University of Phoenix Stadium on Sunday, February 1st 2015. Kick off will take place at 6:30PM EST. The main headline of this Super Bowl is the Seattle Seahawks returning as champions to defend their title against the New England Patriots. The Patriots have made several Super Bowl appearances in the past 12 years which has resulted in 3 Super Bowl championships. A potential new dynasty meets the old guard as these two NFL teams face off for the Lombardi trophy which is awarded to the winner of the Super Bowl. If you want to bet on Super Bowl XLIX please take a moment to review our Super Bowl 49 betting guide.

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The Super Bowl will be broadcast on NBC. If you are located outside of the United States, you may be able to find a Super Bowl stream being provided by the NFL. You could also check your local listings. Bill Belichick is the coach for the New England Patriots and he will interestingly be playing against Pete Carroll who is a former Patriots head coach. Carroll also won the collegiate national championship with USC before winning the Super Bowl with the Seattle Seahawks last year. Tom Brady will get the start at quarterback for the Patriots while Russell Wilson will start as quarterback for the Seahawks.

Russell Wilsons Second Super Bowl

by admin in 2015 | Posted on January 24th, 2015 | No Comments

Russell Wilson’s Legacy

With Russell Wilson having such a meteoric rise to fame in the NFL, it may be too early to gauge Russell Wilson’s legacy. However when you look at Wilson’s accomplishments, you have to value what he has been able to do in such a short amount of time. After winning the NFC championship, Russell gave a tearful interview in which he thanked God for his ability to pull through and throw the winning pass in overtime against the Green Bay Packers. The Seattle’s times newspaper proclaimed Wilson’s play to be a miracle as evidenced on it’s Monday morning headline.

Russell Wilson Super Bowl

Wilson has done what few quarterbacks have been able to do. Wilson is showing up in consecutive Super Bowls which is a feat only achieved by those who are currently sitting in the hall of fame. Wilson is the first quarterback to start in 2 Super Bowls in his first 3 years in the league. Wilson’s career certainly has a lot of runway left so it will be interesting to see how the rest of Wilson’s career pans out. Wilson has cemented himself as a franchise quarterback who will look to continue the same types of successes he has enjoyed early on in his career.

Super Bowl 2015 Betting Guide for Online Bettors

by admin in odds | Posted on January 23rd, 2015 | No Comments

For hardcore sports bettors the below information may be repetitive, however for players new to betting we hope the below Super Bowl 2015 betting guide will help provide you with a better insight on how to bet and where to bet on the Super Bowl online.

You may need to check your local listings if you are outside of the USA however the NFL’s Super Bowl will be broadcast on NBC on February 1st 2015. You won’t want to miss out on the big game and all of the festivities surrounding the event. The Super Bowl is typically held 2 weeks after conference championship games being held by both the AFC and NFC conferences. The Super Bowl will be commentated by the legendary Al Michaels and the veteran quarterback Cris Collinsworth. With the Super Bowl being one of the viewed events being broadcast worldwide, all eyes are on American football as the world enjoys the pageantry involved with crowning the NFL champion.

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The NFL is often broadcast on both FM, AM and shortwave radio broadcasts with Westwood One getting the radio call. The NFL often broadcasts the Super Bowl online on in efforts to prevent users from obtaining unauthorized streams of the event. If you use the rabbit ears, you can typically use that setup to dial into your local NBC affiliate and watch the event in over the air HD quality. The NFL has made it easy for anyone to participate in watching the Super Bowl, even if you are unable to pony up several thousands of dollars for the trip to Arizona to watch it person.

Super Bowl Wagering 101

by admin in betting | Posted on January 22nd, 2015 | No Comments

Welcome to Super Bowl Wagering 101, our how-to course on betting on the Super Bowl which will go over the fundamentals for wagering on either the Seattle Seahawks led by Russell Wilson, or the Patriots led by Tom Brady, or just the game point total which is also easy to bet on.

Okay, we’re not talking about the 101st Super Bowl. That’s 52 years away; We’re talking about the Super Bowl in the context of it being explained to someone who doesn’t regularly watch football. The NFL has a regular season and it played out to determine the best 6 teams each of its two conferences. These two conferences have their own tournament and the winner each represents their conferences in the NFL’s Super Bowl. The NFL is headed up by its commissioner Roger Goodell and he largely sets the rules on the owners behalf.

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The Super Bowl is routinely denoted using Roman numerals. The Super Bowl’s Roman numeral set this year is XLIX which denotes the number 49. The number 49 represents the amount of times the Super Bowl has been played. While the Super Bowl online wagering crowns the NFL champion, before 1967, it was simply known as the NFL championship. The first Sunday in February has been a national holiday of sorts for many football fans as some hardcore football fans routinely take the next Monday off from work to recover from the festivities. The Super Bowls have been some of the most dramatic games in NFL history as each team routinely gets 2 weeks off to prepare for the big game.

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