2012 Super Bowl Line: Giants vs. Patriots

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Don Shapiro
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2012 Super Bowl Line: Giants vs. Patriots

The 2012 Super bowl line featuring the Giants vs. Patriots has been released and is subject to change over the two weeks leading up to the big game.  The line on this game opened at some books New England -4.5. The line opened at -3 at BetDSI.com and moved up a half point.  Bet the 2012 Super Bowl and hundreds of props at BetDSI.com, which has been serving the sports wagering community since 1997.  Claim up to $500 in FREE CASH based on your initial deposit.  PROMO CODE IS GAMBLING911.

The Patriots opened as 3/1 favorites to win the 2012 Super Bowl.  Heading into the Playoffs, New England was listed at 2 to 1.  They made it in earlier in the day following a 3 point defeat of the Baltimore Ravens. 

With just seconds left, the Ravens attempted a 32 yard field goal to bring the game into overtime, down by just three points, but it was missed wide left. 

With just 5:39 left in the NFC Championship game, the San Francisco 49ers and New York Giants were tied at 17 points apiece.  This one ultimately went into overtime. 

The Giants forced a turnover with 9:32 left in overtime, giving New York field goal position.  That sealed the deal with Lawrence Tynes making the field goal. 

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