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Super Bowl Sunday is a huge money making opportunity to gamblers around the world. The key to scoring a profit on this one game is to be as well informed on the teams playing as well as all of the different props, trends and statistics.
MLB Betting2015 Kentucky Derby Odds2015-04-15
Kentucky Derby week is one of the most thrilling times of the year. This race is known as "The Most Exciting Two Minutes in Sports" for its approximate time length.
Check 2015 KY Derby Schedule May 1 and 24 at Sportsbook.com
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Bet on Super Bowl LI2016-10-06
Super Bowl LI will be the 51st Super Bowl and the 47th modern-era National Football League (NFL) championship game. The American Football Conference (AFC) champion will play the National Football Conference (NFC) champion to decide the league champion for the 2016 season.
The game is scheduled for Sunday, February 5, 2017 at NRG Stadium in Houston, Texas, and will be the third time the Super Bowl is held in Houston, after VIII in 1974 and XXXVIII in 2004. It will be televised nationally in the United States by Fox
2009 Super Bowl Odds2008-02-05
The paint is barely dry on the New York Giants stunning Super Bowl upset over the New England Patriots, and Sportsbook.com is already turning its attention to next year.
Here is a look at the 16 favored teams for 2009, with a look at the ‘long shots’ coming out next week. Odds to win the 2009 Super Bowl are listed in parenthesis
New England Patriots (5:2)
The Patriots have the necessary talent to win the whole thing next year, but how will their mental state be after losing the perfect season? The fallout from ‘Spygate’ is another consideration.
Dallas Cowboys (7:1)
Quarterback Tony Romo is still dating Jessica Simpson, but the critics won’t complain if he can deliver a Super Bowl title next year. If he doesn’t, it could be the last season for Coach Wade Phillips.
Indianapolis Colts (8:1)
There is no hotter football family than the Manning’s, and Eli’s brother Peyton hopes that 2009 is his year to step back into the spotlight. The return of Coach Tony Dungy will help matters.
San Diego Chargers (8:1)
Philip Rivers showed a lot of guts in their playoff loss to New England and he hopes to be healthy by training camp. This is a very hungry team and the Chargers look to be undervalued at these odds.
New York Giants (12:1)
Not a ton of respect here for the defending Super Bowl champions, but it might take another ‘perfect storm’ to deliver another title. That said, we have learned never to count this team out.
Green Bay Packers (14:1)
Brett Favre and the Pack are one of several teams still trying to figure out what went wrong in the playoffs. This young team should get better at most positions, but it will still come down to the play of #4 at quarterback.
Jacksonville Jaguars (15:1)
This fearless Jaguars’ team has everything going for it with the exception of being stuck in the same division as Indianapolis. If they can somehow win the AFC South, then look out in the playoffs.
Pittsburgh Steelers (20:1)
Head Coach Mike Tomlin acquitted himself nicely in his first season, although you never want to lose a playoff game at home. Look for a good year from this perennial AFC contender.
Chicago Bears (30:1)
The Bears found out last year how hard it is to return to the Super Bowl. The big question on this team continues to be at quarterback as free agent to be, Rex Grossman may not be the long term solution.
Denver Broncos (30:1)
Mike Shanahan is considered the Broncos ‘coach for life’ but he must help improve a defense that ranked 19th in the NFL last year. A quicker maturation of quarterback Jay Cutler would help too.
Seattle Seahawks (30:1)
Coach Mike Holmgren is returning to the team after contemplating opening a bookstore and selling muffins. With an attitude like that, expect this to be Holmgren’s last season.
Philadelphia Eagles (30:1)
Quarterback Donovan McNabb should be back with the team, but there are still some trade rumors out there. If McNabb returns, this is a potential sleeper team on this list.
Minnesota Vikings (30:1)
Minnesota started last season at 3-6, won their next five games, and then lost their last two to finish out of the playoffs. Look for Tarvaris Jackson to remain the starter at quarterback.
Cincinnati Bengals (40:1)
Wide receiver Chad Johnson wants to be traded and the defense is still one of the worst in the NFL. That makes these odds overly optimistic even with an offense that will always put up its share of points.
Cleveland Browns (40:1)
The other Ohio team just missed making the playoffs this year, and they should be a team to be reckoned with next season. Signing coach Romeo Crennel to an extension was a solid decision.
Arizona Cardinals (40:1)
The Cardinals had an up and down year under first year coach, Ken Whisenhunt. To make the playoffs, the team really needs Matt Leinart to stay healthy and claim the quarterback position all year long.