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1st Touchdown Super Bowl 51 Prop Bet

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Feb/03/2017

The 1st Touchdown Super Bowl 51 prop bet payouts were being offered on the distance of that touchdown.

Anything over 26 yards pays big at $45 and up on a $10 bet.  Yards beneath this pay approximately $16 for every $10 bet, which is still decent value.

Here are all your 1st Touchdown Super Bowl 51 prop bets

SB 51 - FIRST TD MADE WILL BE

Wager cut off: 2017 5th February 6:30 PM

61231

No Td Made

+4000

61232

0 Yards

+3300

61233

1-7 Yards

+160

61234

8-15 Yards

+160

61235

16-25 Yards

+160

61236

26-39 Yards

+450

61237

40-59 Yards

+800

61238

60-79 Yards

+1500

61239

80-95 Yards

+3000

61240

96 Or More Yards

+3300

- Mary Montgomery, Gambling911.com

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