Eagles Finally Super Bowl Champs: Pay Per Head Has Odds for Super Bowl 53

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Feb/06/2018

It was a game for the ages, and whether you were betting on the Eagles, Patriots or any of the thousands of props and betting options, you had to be pleased that this was at least a very entertaining game from the first play all the way to the last play of the game. The Eagles were able to outscore the Patriots 41-33 and capture their first Super Bowl victory in the team's franchise history.

The best price per head software providers closed the game at -4.5 for the Patriots and 49 for the total, with just slightly more action on the underdog Eagles. For most agents around the world, however, they generally had their action one-sided, so depending on what side they had determined whether they had a good or bad Super Bowl. The one saving grace for bookies that had action on the Eagles was all the props because on the whole players lost on the numerous prop bets that were available.

There were 17 records set in this Super Bowl and the MVP was won by a player that nearly retired from football a year earlier. QB Nick Foles ended up deciding to forgo retirement and come back and play with the Eagles to be Carson Wentzís backup. But after Wentz went down with a season ending knee injury it was left to Foles to led the team. He did a terrific job throughout the Playoffs and capped it all off with a Super Bowl victory and MVP award.

So Super Bowl 52 is now in the history books and there are already lines out for the Odds to win the 2018/2019 Super Bowl at AcePerHead.com. No surprise the Patriots are again the favorite to win the upcoming Super Bowl at +500, followed by the Eagles at +700, Packers, Steelers and Vikings all at +1000. Most of the playoff teams round out the rest of the top 10 teams, however, the Cowboys and Texans are both at +2000 and are in the top 10 and those two teams did not make the playoffs. But this factors in the Texans getting QB Deshaun Watson back from injury and the Cowboys will have RB Ezekiel Elliot active instead of on suspension. Bets are already coming in and it just shows itís never too early to bet on the Super Bowl.

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