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Super Bowl Betting Odds & News

The Super Bowl isn't just about one game. SportsBetting.ag takes NFL football seriously all year. We realize that the buildup starts as soon as the last Super Bowl concludes. If you are one of those people who have an opinion on who will win next year, we the Super Bowl odds Vegas options in the futures section of the sportsbook. There is also a resourceful news section that gives up to date NFL news with Super Bowl predictions and previews. Once we approach the big game, our experts break down the Super Bowl line.

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  • Super Bowl Matchup Analysis

    February 4, 2016

    The Super Bowl betting picks in this article weigh different elements of the game played this Sunday at Santa Clara, Calif. The fascinating aspect of the game is the youthful Newton, the face of the NFL in years to come, against the game’s statesman, Peyton Manning, who reportedly will play his last game of his storied career.

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  • Super Bowl Win Impacts Legacy of Brady or Palmer

    January 17, 2016

    Carson Palmer and Tom Brady are two of the oldest quarterbacks in the NFL who are one game away from facing each other in Super Bowl 50. Palmer led the Arizona Cardinals to a victory over Green Bay in the NFC divisional round while Brady captained the Patriots past Kansas City in the AFC playoffs.

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  • Why Patriots Will Win Super Bowl 50

    January 17, 2016

    The New England Patriots took a significant step toward winning Super Bowl 50 by defeating the hottest team in football, the Kansas City Chiefs, in the AFC divisional round Saturday.

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  • Futures Betting Odds for Super Bowl 50

    January 9, 2016

    The Super Bowl bets including futures betting odds present many intriguing betting opportunities with the playoffs starting this weekend.

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  • Who Is Favored to Win the SuperBowl This Year

    November 25, 2015

    Mediocrity – or is it parity? – reigns in the NFL this season with the quest for the Super Bowl 50 title heating up. The lack of abundant quality teams begs the question: Will New England – who is favored to win the SuperBowl this year – take advantage of a watered-down league or might one of the few winning teams rise up to surprise the Patriots?

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