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Super Bowl Bet Gets 2nd Most Action: Field Goal Yardage

Written by:
Don Shapiro
Published on:
Feb/06/2010
Super Bowl Bet

Aside from the New Orleans Saints getting the most action at Bookmaker.com heading into Sunday, the second most bet on event involved a Super Bowl prop:  Yes, a 33 yard/longer field goal will be kicked by either the Saints or Colts.

Hey, remember, Bookmaker.com customers tend to be especially "sharp".  So while Super Bowl prop bets tend to be a favorite among recreational bettors, the pros like them also but...they know how to pick their poison and - trust your friends at Gambling911.com, they studied this one.  They're not always right, but more times than not they are.

Most of the recreational betting shops had the Colts getting the majority of backing from the betting public, mostly 65 percent.

Bookmaker.com had more action on New Orleans.  Much of this was a result of the uncertainty surrounding the Dwight Freeney injury.

Don Shapiro, Gambling911.com 

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