Betting on the 2011 Super Bowl

Written by:
Ean Lamb
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Betting on the 2011 Super Bowl

Betting on the 2011 Super Bowl was becoming more balanced once again after Green Bay had been getting close to 60 percent of the spread backing.  Heading into Tuesday morning, 55 percent of gamblers were backing the Packers.  Nearly 75 percent of the money line betting was on the Pittsburgh Steelers to win outright. 

The sportsbooks were increasing their wagering options over the weekend, allowing bets on just about everything under the sun related to the 2011 Super Bowl.

Let’s now review the offerings currently available at Sportsbook.com

Super Bowl MVP

Player to Score 1st TD

Player to Score Last TD

Margin of Victory

First Scoring Play

Last Scoring Play

Total Points Scored

Steelers Points Scored

Packers Points Scored

Total Field Goals

Team to Score First/Final Result

Double Result

Highest Scoring Quarter


All Sport Parlay Card

Football Parlay and Teaser Card

Daily Props Parlay Card

Parlay All Props

Adjusted Lines/Totals

Game Props

Steelers Player Props

Packers Player Props

Player/Team Comparative Props

Cross Sport Props

Past vs Present SB Performances


Roethlisberger TD Passes

Roethlisberger Passing Yards

Roethlisberger Completions

Mendenhall Rushing Yards

Wallace Receiving Yards

Ward Receiving Yards

Rodgers TD Passes

Rodgers Passing Yards

Rodgers Completions

Jennings Receiving Yards

Driver Receiving Yards

Jones Receiving Yards


Super Bowl Novelty Props

Gatorade Shower

MVP Thanks First

Winning Coach thank First

Super Bowl Commercial Rating

- Ean Lamb, Gambling911.com

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