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Ben Roethlisberger Super Bowl Bets

Written by:
Tyrone Black
Published on:
Feb/05/2011
Ben Roethlisberger Super Bowl Bets

With all the player propositions out there many sports bettors will be looking for Ben Roethlisberger Super Bowl bets.  These range from Super Bowl MVP to a number of quarterback props.

SBG Global had Roethlisberger paying $35 for every $10 bet to be named 2011 Super Bowl MVP.

“He’s going to have to have a stellar performance in addition to the win to be named Super Bowl MVP,” says Don Shapiro of Gambling911.com.  “There is still such a taint due to his off-the-field antics that led to a four-game suspension early in the season.”

Instead, we say stick to the quarterback odds.

For the most part, here were the lines accompanying Roethlisberger Super Bowl quarterback bets:

 

What will happen first for Ben Roethlisberger in Sunday's PIT vs. GB game?

                  Throw a TD pass    -175   -        -

         Throw an Interception      +145 -        -

What will be Ben Roethlisberger's first pass in Sunday's PIT vs. GB game?

                  Complete     -210   -        -

         Incomplete +170 -        -

         Throw an Interception      +1200         -        -

What will be the total gross passing yards by Ben Roethlisberger in Sunday's PIT vs. GB game?

                  Over 247½ passing yrds +110 -        -

         Under 247½ passing yrds          -140   -        -

What will be the total pass completions by Ben Roethlisberger in Sunday's PIT vs. GB game?

                  Over 19½ pass completions      -110   -        -

         Under 19½ pass completions     -120   -        -

What will be the total pass attempts made by Ben Roethlisberger in Sunday's PIT vs. GB game?

                  Over 31½ pass attempts -120   -        -

         Under 31½ pass attempts         -110   -        -

What will be the total rushing attempts made by Ben Roethlisberger in Sunday's PIT vs. GB game?

                  Over 4½ rushing attempts         +135 -        -

         Under 4½ rushing attempts       -165   -        -

What will be the total pass yrds made Ben Roethlisberger's in Sunday's PIT vs. GB game?

                  Odd Number          -110   -        -

         Even Number         -110   -        -

Will Ben Roethlisberger throw an interception in Sunday's PIT vs. GB game?

                  Yes    -185   -        -

         No      +155 -        -

What will be the total passing yards by Ben Roethlisberger in Sunday's PIT vs. GB game?

                  0 to 100 yards       +1000         -        -

         101 to 190 yards   +350 -        -

         191 to 245 yards   +180 -        -

         246 to 299 yards   +200 -        -

         300 or more yards          +250 -        -

- Tyrone Black, Gambling911.com

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