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Atlanta Sports Betting – Falcons, Bulldogs Edition

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Jul/01/2017

There has always been a high demand for sports betting in Atlanta with bookies covering nearly every nook and cranny of the city and surrounding region despite there not always being a whole lot of fan momentum here.

Atlanta Once Called the Worst Sports Town in America

As recently as 2012, ESPN dubbed Atlanta the worst sports town, though that’s changed drastically following the Falcons Super Bowl appearance in 2017.

If the New York Yankees are the standard for excellence in baseball, Atlanta is the epitome of the bottom of the barrel when it comes to fan support, remarked Rob Porter of ESPN.com at the time.

They just don't get it. They are both missing in action and simply not passionate enough to appreciate their team winning in the NFL playoffs and moving on to the next round.

Atlanta Sports Betting 2017

The Falcons could be a rare commodity in recent times, a losing Super Bowl team that actually has the chance to perform even better during the regular 2017 season.  In fact, the Falcons had the fifth shortest odds of winning Super Bowl 52 at 15-1 odds entering the new season. 

The Bulldogs were listed at 22-1 odds of winning the 2018 National Football Championship (9th shortest odds).  Oddsmakers have them pegged to win nine or more regular season games at the very high price of -180.

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