Super Bowl 48 is just around the corner and this Sunday, January 19th we will find out who will matchup in Super Bowl 2014. This Sunday we have the San Francisco 49ers taking on the Seattle Seahawks in the NFC Championship game, and then the New England Patriots playing the Denver Broncos in the AFC Championship game.
Will it be the San Francisco 49ers and Denver Broncos in Super Bowl XLVIII, or the Seattle Seahawks and New England Patriots, all that and more will be decided this Sunday.
As it sits now, the most likely match up in the Super Bowl would be the Seahawks versus the Broncos. The best part of the NFL is that this can change at any time. NFL teams come out and play their best and the favorites do not always win. A more exotic match up for the Super Bowl would be the Carolina Panthers versus the Cincinnati Bengals. The possibilities are endless and when you think about some of the Super Bowl surprises in recent years, the NFL is validated as a league where anything can totally happen.
That’s what makes betting on the NFL sound like such an enticing option. The fact that on any given Sunday, any NFL team can win a football game regardless of their betting odds makes the NFL an exciting sporting product for the consumer.
The gambler loves this type of action because the gambler’s bet is always alive regardless of the score may be. Prop bets are a big part of the Super Bowl. Many people make foolish bets on aspects of the Super Bowl that aren’t even thought about by the general betting public. For example, a bet that got popular before last years Super Bowl was the amount of time (over/under) it will take the singer of the National Anthem to complete her rendition. These types of bets keep the game fun, interesting and profitable.