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XXXV vs XVLII

Posted on 14 March 2013 by Dwayne Showalter

I still haven’t been able to stop replaying the events of February 3rd on my DVR.  I’m still flipping through the newspapers and magazines that flew off shelves in the subsequent days.  When my team, the Baltimore Ravens, wins the Super Bowl I’m going to live with it for a while and savor it…certainly for more than a month.

Hell, I milked Super Bowl XXXV for twelve years.  I still have tremendous memories of the 2000 championship.  That’s the beauty of winning a championship in sports.  It’s something no one can take away.  You hear the players say that a lot.  It’s the same for us fans.  So with the two titles in mind (one fresh and one fairly distant) let’s compare some facets of the two.

Game Site:  XXXV Tampa, XLVII New Orleans.  I can’t really compare the two cities per se because I have been to neither.  I hear good things about both.  As for the venues, I’ve never been one much for domes or artificial turf.  Give me grass stains and a slight breeze any day.  Working lights are preferable too.  Advantage:  XXXV (1-0)

Regular Season:  XXXV 12-4 Wild Card winner in the AFC Central, XLVII 10-6 AFC North Division Champs.  In 2000, the Ravens darted to a 5-1 record before losing three straight and never lost again.  They went 5 games without a TD in October as well.  But they had one of the most dominating defenses of all time.  This season, Baltimore shot out to a 9-2 record against a tough schedule before again losing three straight games.  After beating the Giants in week 16 and clinching the division, they lost a meaningless game in Cincinnati.  It was somewhat of an anti-climactic end to a season that started on all cylinders.  Advantage: XXXV (2-0)

Uniforms:  XXXV all white, XVLII white jersey blank pants.  I have always liked the classic all-white look for an NFL team.  And some grass stains never hurt.  The last few years though, the white top, black pants combo has grown on me.  If there is one team in the NFL that should wear a lot of black it’s the Ravens.  Plus the old white socks with purple and black stripes killed the look in 2000.  Advantage: XLVII (1-2)

Playoff run:  XXXV Denver, at Tennessee, at Oakland.  XVLII Indianapolis, at Denver, at New England.  In 2000, the playoffs came to Baltimore for the first time since 1977.  It was a huge deal and solid performance in beating Denver.  Winning in Tennessee was a blood bath between the NFLs two best teams.  Oakland was almost an afterthought.   This year’s games included Ray’s Last Dance, the Mile High Miracle and the exorcism of the demons (i.e. a certain WR and kicker) in New England.  Advantage:  XLVII (2-2)

Radio announcers:  XXXV  Scott Garceau and Tom Matte.  XLVII  Gerry Sandusky, Stan White and Qadry Ismael.  Garceau was smooth and clean in my book.  He rarely made mistakes and had a great grasp of the game’s intricacies.  Matte was the stereotypical homer but he added the right amount of insight if a bit bumbling at times.  Sandusky has certainly made his mark with “Touchdowwwwwwn Ravens” and “The hay is in the barn!”  but I think the trio can miss things that, to me, seem obvious.  Plus, I don’t see where the two man analyst combo works that well on the radio.  Advantage:  XXXV (3-2)

TV Crew.  XXXV CBS Gumble and Simms, XLVII CBS Nantz and Simms.  I think both play-by-play guys did admirable jobs.  Simms is solid but pulls out the “Golly Card” or the “Shucks Card” a bit too much.  I have major beef with the Gumble/Simms pairing though.  When Jamal Lewis scored a TD late in XXXV, the play was reviewed at the request of the Giants.  If you remember, he fumbled the ball forward as he crossed the plain.  It was debatable whether he got in or not.  Not debatable was the fact that Qadry Ismael scooped up the ball in the end zone.  It was going to be a TD either way.  No one ever mentioned that.  To this day, I haven’t heard anyone address that.  But that oversight could be offset by Simms’ constant gushing over Colin Kaepernick this year.  Advantage:  Push

Halftime Show:  XXXV Britney Spears and guests, XLVII Beyonce and guests.  I must admit, I don’t really watch the halftime show but Britney in her heyday was no slouch.  But they had to junk her up with Aerosmith and NSync for some reason.  At least they let Beyonce have the stage mostly to herself.  Advantage: XVLII (3-3-1)

Pregame intros:  XXXV The Squirrel, XVLVII team unity.  Ray Lewis busted out “the squirrel dance” for the whole world in 2000.  This year, the Ravens came out together as one (as did the Niners) in what I would call a little cliché and a downright buzz kill.  The intros to me were always kind of cool.  Advantage: XXXV (4-3-1)

The game itself:  XXXV Baltimore 34, NYGiants 7.  XVLII Baltimore 34, San Fran 31.  From a nerves standpoint, XXXV was a relative breeze.  Up 10-0 at half, a 17-0 lead was cut into late in the 3rd only when the Giants scored on the kickoff after which, Jermaine Lewis returned the favor and restored order.  The rest of the game was a celebration.  This season’s game was certainly enjoyed more by the rest of the country.  Watching teams hang onto big early leads isn’t my strong suit though.  We could debate the better long TD pass (Stokely or Jones) or kickoff return (Lewis or Jones).  The better offensive performance came this year.  The better defensive show was in 2000.  The end results were equally fantastic however.  Advantage: Push

Emotional Attachment:  I don’t think there is much doubt that the city is more emotionally attached to the Ravens now than in 2000.  The first championship team still had guys that were signed by the Cleveland Browns and were only five years removed from that ugly divorce.  It’s faded from memories now.  The 2012 bunch had two certain hall of fame players that had been in Baltimore their whole careers.  The Super Bowl XLVII Champs had been so close before, twice losing the AFC Title game.  Though there is always something special about your first time, there is a lot to be said for that long, invested relationship.  Advantage: XLVII. (4-4-2)

So in my scientific break down, it’s a push!  As it should be.  Or maybe the better Super Bowl Champ hat here and here should break the tie?  That’s a tough one for me to call too.   I guess we can wait a few months and use Better Looking Ring !  That’s a lot more fun than already worrying about who will or won’t be here in September.

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Beyonce won’t let on who she’s rooting for Sunday

Posted on 31 January 2013 by WNST Staff

BEYONCE

 

(on what happened last week at the Inauguration and if the attention is taking away from her moment at the Super Bowl) “Well, I am a perfectionist and, one thing about me, I practice until my feet bleed. I did not have time to rehearse with the orchestra. It was a live television show and a very very important emotional show for me, one of my proudest moments. Due to the weather, due to the delay, due to no proper sound check, I did not feel comfortable taking a risk. It was about the President and the Inauguration, and I wanted to make him and my country proud. So I decided to sing along with my pre-recorded track, which is very common in the music industry and I’m very proud of my performance.”

 

(on there being a lot of rumors about a Destiny’s Child reunion during halftime and who to expect to perform with her) “I can’t really give you any details. I’m sorry.”

 

(on if people will hear from Destiny’s Child any time soon) “Well, we just had a new release – the love songs Destiny’s Child album. We did a new song. It was so exciting to hear us together again. I just kind of dropped on the floor and felt like a little teenager again when I heard us harmonize. There’s nothing like our connection and the sisterhood we have. So it’s always such a pleasure to be around them professionally and personally.”

 

(on if she’s excited to perform at the Super Bowl) “Oh my God, I’m so anxious, yes.”

 

(on if she was nervous about putting out her new documentary) “I’m very nervous. I’m still very nervous. It was really interesting directing and editing myself, seeing all the mistakes that I made and still putting it in the film and seeing life as if it wasn’t me and I feel like it’s time. It’s time for people to really get to know me and to see a different side. I’m really curious and scared and every night I’m like, ‘Now, it’s too late. It’s coming out,’ and I’m happy with it.”

 

 

(on who she’s rooting for in the Super Bowl) “Man, I can’t say that either. I can’t say that. I can’t say that.”

 

(on if she’ll be singing live during halftime or if she’ll be singing along with the track) “I will absolutely be singing live. I’m well-rehearsed and I’ll absolutely be singing live. This is what I was born to do and what I was born for.”

 

(on why she decided to show a video of her baby right now before the Super Bowl) “Oh my God, I feel like my daughter has changed me and changed my life, and has given me so much purpose. I feel like this movie is, like I told A.J., it’s very necessary and I think it shows a human side. We’re all human. I feel like, at some point, (with) my child, my job is to protect her and I’m happy that I could tell my story on my terms.”

 

(on how she mentally prepares to perform live on this big stage) “Like I said, I’ve had a 16-year career and all of the things that I’ve done has prepared me for this. So I’m ready.”

 

(on if she says peace to the haters) “I love haters. No shame. No hate.”

 

(on if she feels pressure for the halftime show) “It is nerve-racking and it is something that we’ve been preparing for about four or five months. So, of course I’m nervous and I think, when I was driving up, I just got chills because I saw the SuperDome and there’s so much history there. My family is from New Iberia, Louisiana. It really makes me emotional to have a halftime performance. I think of all my heroes, and it’s the one thing when I’m no longer here (that) it’s what they’re going to show. It is something that I’m so honored to be doing at 31-years old. When I got into the SuperDome, I took my shoes off and I planted my feet into the ground and I just ran. I’m trying to learn to live in every moment because these moments are not promised to us and I’m so, so happy right now in my life. I feel so full, and this is such a huge opportunity. I take it very serious, so I’m excited.”

(on if she is using social media more right now because of the attention she received after the Inauguration) “No, I have been taking pictures and tweeting, not tweeting, but using Tumblr and focusing on my website for the past six months. I feel like the fans are a part of this and I want them to be a part of every step of the way.”

 

(on the difference in the pressure that she felt singing during the presidential inauguration from singing at halftime of the Super Bowl) “I feel like this weekend I am performing at the halftime show, and I feel like before, the event was not about me. So, I am excited to have done both, but now I am on to the halftime show. Thank you.”

 

(on whether all of the criticism from her performance at the Inauguration affected how she will perform at half time of the Super Bowl) “I always sing live. This inauguration was, unfortunately, a time where I could not rehearse with the orchestra, actually, because I was practicing for the Super Bowl. It was always the plan.”

 

(on what she will be performing at the Grammy’s) “Well, who said I was performing at the Grammy’s? I don’t have that much going on (laughing). I don’t know if I am performing at the Grammy’s.”

 

(on whether she was singing along with a pre-recorded track at the inauguration or whether she was lip-sinking) “Typically, they have you sing a pre-recorded track because anything could go wrong. So, I did sing along with the pre-recorded track.”

 

(on whether pre-recorded tracks are just a part of craft that she is in) “Absolutely.”

 

(on her regular football viewing routine with Jay-Z) “Well I can’t take you through what Jay-Z does. He will have to tell you himself, but I can tell you for the past few months I am usually on the computer pulling references, looking at my rehearsals, and I have been so focused on this halftime show. But, I do fall asleep and wake up with a lot of football. I know every little detail because of fantasy football, and I have the upmost respect for the players.”

 

(on what she will do to relax after the Super Bowl) “Oh my God, I can’t wait. I am going to enjoy my daughter. I am going to enjoy my daughter. I miss her. I am working so hard, and I keep saying, ‘Mommy will be done Sunday at nine o’clock.’”

 

(on her halftime set and how quickly she and her crew have to move it) “There (are) I think seven and a half minutes for the volunteers to put the stage together, and it took so many months to decide just what the stage was, because so many things that were in my head just wasn’t possible to put together in that amount of time. So I met the volunteers, and they are so incredible. We’re working together, and I can’t give too much away, but I can say that every little second matters and we’re working.”

 

(on how she decides what songs to perform at half time) “That was one of the hardest things. I have so many songs, and trying to condense a career into 12 minutes was not easy, because all of my songs are like my children.”

 

(on when she will be going back on tour) “When am I going back on tour? I would say, soon, and I may have an announcement after the performance, so the fans should stay tuned to see.”

 

(on whether this has ever been an aspiration for her, and where it ranks for her) “This has been an aspiration for me. I just thank God that I am given this opportunity. Like I said earlier, you work very hard for these moments, and I am just hoping that all of my life lessons and all of my experience I can feel and I can use in this performance.”

 

(on what color her toothbrush is and why she chose that color) “I love that question. It’s truly multi-colored. It’s blue, and white. Blue and white, I think. Blue and yellow, maybe.”

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Kaepernick, Flacco favorites to win Super Bowl MVP

Posted on 24 January 2013 by WNST Staff

Courtesy of Bovada, (www.Bovada.lv,  Twitter: @BovadaLV).Included below are the more fun props that are mostly entertainment and television based. Plus some of the more interesting player, team, historical, and cross-sport props. This is by far the most creative list of props yet. If you’d like to see the full list of close to 500 props, please let me know and I’ll email them to you in a word document.

 

Also, if you’d like to speak to Bovada Head Oddsmaker Pat Morrow about the multitude of prop bets and the book’s perspective on the Super Bowl, he’ll be available all next week for interviews.

 

Entertainment Odds and Ends

SUPER BOWL XLVII SPECIALS – How long will it take Alicia Keys to sing the US National Anthem?

Over/Under                    2 minutes 15seconds   

           

SUPER BOWL XLVII SPECIALS – Will Alicia Keys be booed during or after her rendition of the US National Anthem?           

Yes                  5/1       

 

SUPER BOWL XLVII SPECIALS – Will Alicia Keys forget or omit at least 1 word of the official US National Anthem?           

Yes                  +150     (3/2)

No                    -200     (1/2)

 

SUPER BOWL XLVII SPECIALS – Will Alicia Keys add at least 1 word of the official US National Anthem?   

Yes                  +200     (2/1)

No                    -300     (1/3)

 

SUPER BOWL XLVII SPECIALS – Will Beyonce be joined by Jay Z on Stage during the Super Bowl Half Time Show?           

Yes                  +110     (11/10)

No                    -150     (2/3)

 

SUPER BOWL XLVII SPECIALS – Will Beyonce’s hair be Curly/Crimped OR Straight at the beginning of the Super Bowl Halftime show?           

Straight             -140      (5/7)

Curly/Crimped    EVEN   (1/1)

 

SUPER BOWL XLVII SPECIALS – What predominant color will Beyonce’s top be at the beginning of the Super Bowl Halftime show?           

Black                9/4

Gold (Yellow)     11/4

Silver (Grey)      7/2

White                5/1

Red                  13/2

Pink                  15/2

Orange              12/1

Blue                  15/1

Green               15/1

 

SUPER BOWL XLVII SPECIALS – Will either Jack or Jackie Harbaugh be shown on TV wearing any clothing that has either a SF or BAL logo on it during the game?         

Yes                  +200     (2/1)

No                    -300     (1/3)

 

SUPER BOWL XLVII SPECIALS – How many times will Jack Harbaugh be shown on TV during the game?  

Over                              1.5  (-140)         (5/7)

Under                            1.5 (EVEN)        (1/1)

 

SUPER BOWL XLVII SPECIALS – How many times will the game be referred to as the Harbaugh Bowl or Har Bowl or Super Baugh during the game?         

Over/Under                    2 ½

 

SUPER BOWL XLVII SPECIALS – Who will be shown first during the game? 

Jim Harbaugh                            1/1

John Harbaugh                           1/1

Split screen shot of both             4/1       

 

SUPER BOWL XLVII SPECIALS – How long will the post game handshake/hug last between Jim & John Harbaugh?           

Over/Under                    7.5 seconds

           

SUPER BOWL XLVII SPECIALS – Who will be mentioned more by full name during the game?       

Jim Harbaugh                -120     

John Harbaugh               -120     

 

SUPER BOWL XLVII SPECIALS – How many times will Harbaugh be said during the game?

Over/Under                    20 ½

 

SUPER BOWL XLVII SPECIALS – How many times will Jay-Z be shown on TV during the game?     

Over/Under                    ½

 

SUPER BOWL XLVII SPECIALS – Will any Baltimore of San Francisco Player on active roster be arrested before Super Bowl XLVII?    

Yes                              5/1       

 

SUPER BOWL XLVII SPECIALS – Who will Barack Obama pick to win the game?     

Baltimore Ravens                       -200     (1/2)

San Francisco 49ers                  +150     (3/2)

 

SUPER BOWL XLVII SPECIALS – What Color will the Gatorade (or liquid) be that is dumped on the Head Coach of the Winning Super Bowl Team?  

Clear/Water                   7/4       

Orange                          5/2       

Yellow                           5/2       

Green                           13/2     

Red                              13/2     

Blue                              13/2     

 

SUPER BOWL XLVII SPECIALS – Who will the Super Bowl MVP of the Game thank first?     

Teammates                               5/4       

God                                          5/2       

Coach                                       12/1     

Family                                      12/1     

Owner                                       15/1     

Does Not Thank Anyone             9/4       

 

SUPER BOWL XLVII SPECIALS – If Ray Lewis is interviewed on TV after the game on the field or in the locker room how many times will he mention “God/Lord” 

Over/Under                    3

 

SUPER BOWL XLVII SPECIALS – What will the TV Rating be for the Super Bowl?    

Over/Under                    46

 

SUPER BOWL XLVII SPECIALS – How many average viewers will the game have?  

Over/Under                    111 million viewers

 

SUPER BOWL XLVII SPECIALS – Which region will have the higher local TV Rating?          

Baltimore                      -150     (2/3)

San Francisco               +110     (11/10)

                       

SUPER BOWL XLVII SPECIALS – What will happen with the Dow Jones the day after the Super Bowl?       

Market Up                     -140      (5/7)     

Market Down                 EVEN   (1/1)

 

SUPER BOWL XLVII SPECIALS – What will be the highest tweet per second during the Super Bowl?          

Over/Under                    15,000 

 

SUPER BOWL XLVII SPECIALS – Will any player get a penalty for excessive celebration in the game?       

Yes                  +225     (9/4)

No                    -350     (2/7)

 

SUPER BOWL XLVII SPECIALS – Will Randy Moss Retire before Game 1 of the 2014 Regular Season?        

Yes                  -300     (1/3)

No                    +200     (2/1)

 

MVP and First to Score a Touchdown Odds

SUPER BOWL XLVII – Odds to Win MVP?         

Colin Kaepernick (SF) QB           7/4

Joe Flacco (BAL) QB                 11/4

Frank Gore (SF) RB                   7/1

Ray Lewis (BAL) LB                   7/1

Ray Rice (BAL) RB                    10/1

Michael Crabtree (SF) WR          14/1

Anquan Boldin (BAL) WR           16/1

Vernon Davis (SF) TE                 18/1

Torrey Smith (BAL) WR              20/1

Ed Reed (BAL) FS                     33/1

Aldon Smith (SF) LB                  40/1

Dennis Pitta (BAL) TE                40/1

Randy Moss (SF) WR                40/1

Patrick Willis (SF) LB                 50/1

Terrell Suggs (BAL) LB               50/1

Dashon Goldson (SF) FS            66/1

David Akers (SF) K                    66/1

LaMichael James (SF) RB          66/1

NaVorro Bowman (SF) LB           66/1

Bernard Pierce (BAL) RB            75/1

Justin Tucker (BAL) K                75/1

Ted Ginn Jr. (SF) WR                 75/1

Alex Smith (SF) QB                   100/1

Delanie Walker (SF) TE              100/1

Field                                         22/1

 

Player to score the first TD in the game?       

Frank Gore (SF) RB                   13/2

Ray Rice (BAL) RB                    15/2

Michael Crabtree (SF) WR          15/2

Anquan Boldin (BAL) WR           8/1

Colin Kaepernick (SF) QB           8/1

Vernon Davis (SF) TE                 9/1

Torrey Smith (BAL) WR              10/1

Dennis Pitta (BAL) TE                12/1

Randy Moss (SF) WR                12/1

Delanie Walker (SF) TE              18/1

Bernard Pierce (BAL) RB            20/1

Ed Dickson (BAL) TE                 25/1

Jacoby Jones (BAL) WR             25/1

Joe Flacco (BAL) QB                 30/1

Vonta Leach (BAL) FB               33/1

Ed Reed (BAL) FS                     33/1

Anthony Dixon (SF) RB              33/1

Ted Ginn Jr. (SF) WR                 33/1

Ray Lewis (BAL) LB                   50/1

Field                                         17/2

No TD scored in the game          75/1

 

Team Props

SUPER BOWL XLVII – Will the team that wins the coin toss win the game?   

Yes                                          -115     

No                                            -115     

 

SUPER BOWL XLVII – Team to Score First Wins Game?        

Yes (Score First wins game)                   -180     (5/9)

No (Score First wins game)                     +150     (3/2)

 

SUPER BOWL XLVII – Will Either team score 3 unanswered times in the game?       

Yes (3 Unanswered Scores)                    -180     (5/9)

No (3 Unanswered Scores)                     +150     (3/2)

 

SUPER BOWL XLVII – Will there be a score in the final 2 minutes of the 1st half?     

Yes (Score in Final 2 Minutes of 1st Half)             -280     (5/14)   

No (Score in Final 2 Minutes of 1st Half)              +220     (12/5)

 

SUPER BOWL XLVII – Which Will be the Highest Scoring Quarter?   

1st Quarter                                                        4/1

2nd Quarter                                                       8/5       

3rd Quarter                                                        3/1       

4th Quarter                                                        2/1       

 

SUPER BOWL XLVII – Will there be a scoreless quarter in the game?           

Yes (Scoreless Quarter)                         +300     (3/1)

No (Scoreless Quarter)                           -400     (1/4)

 

SUPER BOWL XLVII – Margin of Victory          

Baltimore Ravens 1 to 6 points                            4/1

Baltimore Ravens 7 to 12 points                          6/1       

Baltimore Ravens 13 to 18 points                        10/1     

Baltimore Ravens 19 to 24 points                        20/1     

Baltimore Ravens 25 to 30 points                        40/1

Baltimore Ravens 31 to 36 points                        80/1     

Baltimore Ravens 37 or more points                     80/1     

San Francisco 49ers 1 to 6 points                       3/1       

San Francisco 49ers 7 to 12 points                     4/1

San Francisco 49ers 13 to 18 points                    6/1

San Francisco 49ers 19 to 24 points                    10/1

San Francisco 49ers 25 to 30 points                    16/1     

San Francisco 49ers 31 to 36 points                    25/1     

San Francisco 49ers 37 or more points                25/1

 

SUPER BOWL XLVII – Half Time / Full Time   

Baltimore Ravens / Baltimore Ravens                   13/4     

San Francisco 49ers / Baltimore Ravens              13/2

Tie / Baltimore Ravens                                        15/1

Tie / San Francisco 49ers                                   12/1

Baltimore Ravens / San Francisco 49ers              5/1       

San Francisco 49ers / San Francisco 49ers         1/1

 

SUPER BOWL XLVII – Team to score first and final result       

Baltimore Ravens Score First and Win Game                   3/1       

Baltimore Ravens Score First and Lose Game                  3/1       

San Francisco 49ers Score First and Win Game              1/2       

San Francisco 49ers Score First and Lose Game 17/4

 

SUPER BOWL XLVII – Will the game go to overtime?

Yes (Overtime)                           +600     (6/1)

No (Overtime)                            -1000    (1/10)

 

SUPER BOWL XLVII – The largest points lead of the game by either team will be     

Over/Under                    13

 

SUPER BOWL XLVII – Will there be a Lead Change in the Second Half?       

Yes (Lead Change in 2nd Half)                +150     (3/2)     

No (Lead Change in 2nd Half)                  -180     (5/9)

 

SUPER BOWL XLVII – Longest Touchdown Scored in the Game (Yardage)    

Over/Under                    46 ½

 

SUPER BOWL XLVII – Shortest Touchdown Scored in the Game (Yardage)   

Over/Under                    1 ½

 

SUPER BOWL XLVII – Total Touchdowns in the game

Over/Under                    5 ½

 

SUPER BOWL XLVII – Will there be a Special Teams or Defensive Touchdown scored in the game?           

Yes (Defensive or Special Teams TD)                  +160     (8/5)     

No (Defensive or Special Teams TD)                    -200     (1/2)

 

SUPER BOWL XLVII -  How many successful 3 point Field Goals will be kicked in the game?          

Over FGs                                  O 3½ (+120)      (6/5)

Under FGs                                U 3½  (-150)      (2/3)     

 

SUPER BOWL XLVII – Longest Successful Field Goal in the Game    

Over/Under                    44 ½

 

SUPER BOWL XLVII – Total QB Sacks in the game     

Over/Under                    4 ½

           

SUPER BOWL XLVII – Total First Downs Made by Both Teams           

Over/Under                    40 ½

 

SUPER BOWL XLVII – Will either team successfully convert a 4th down attempt?     

Yes (4th Down Converted)                       -250     (2/5)     

No (4th Down Converted)                        +200     (2/1)

 

SUPER BOWL XLVII – Total Number of Penalties Made in the Game by Both Teams 

Over/Under                    13 ½

 

SUPER BOWL XLVII – Will there be a Successful 2 point Conversion Attempt in the Game? 

Yes (Successful 2pt Conversion Attempt)             +350     (7/2)

No (Successful 2pt Conversion Attempt)              -500     (1/5)

                       

 

PLAYER PROPS

Total Passing Yards  - Joe Flacco (BAL)         

Over/Under                    250

 

Total TD Passes – Joe Flacco (BAL)    

0                                  3/1       

1                                  7/4       

2                                  5/2       

3                                  9/2       

4 or more                      7/2       

 

Longest Completion – Joe Flacco (BAL)          

Over/Under                    40 ½

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