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Matty Ice, Aaron Hernandez, Deflategate Mention – Super Bowl 51 Prop Bet

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Jan/29/2017

There is a prop bet available as to whether certain names and terms will be mentioned during the Super Bowl 51 broadcast.  These include the likes of Matty Ice, Aaron Hernandez, Michael Vick and the Deflategate scandal.

Matty Ice is actually a nickname for Falcons starting quarterback Matt Ryan dating back to his high school years signifying how cool he is under pressure.

Michael Vick was a former Atlanta starting quarterback who got into legal trouble for operating a dog fighting ring.

Aaron Hernandez is the former Patriots player imprisoned for life after being found guilty of murder.

Deflategate was a scandal involving the release of air from opponents balls by the Patriots.

Let’s check out all the odds being released below.

Will Matty Ice be Said During the Broadcast? *** Halftime Not Included ***

Will Matty Ice be Said During the Broadcast?

  • 25046

Yes

-500

  • 25047

No

380

Will Aaron Hernandez be Said During the Broadcast? *** Halftime Not Included ***

Will Aaron Hernandez be Said During the Broadcast?

  • 25048

Yes

450

  • 25049

No

-700

Will Michael Vick be Said During the Broadcast? *** Halftime Not Included ***

Will Michael Vick be Said During the Broadcast?

  • 25050

Yes

270

  • 25051

No

-430

Num. of Times "DeflateGate" Said During Broadcast *** Halftime Not Included ***

Num. of Times "DeflateGate" Said During Broadcast

  • 25052

Over 2.5

280

  • 25053

Under 2.5

-450

Number of Times "Dynasty" is Said During Broadcast *** Halftime Not Included ***

Number of Times "Dynasty" is Said During Broadcast

  • 25054

Over 3.5

210

  • 25055

Under 3.5

-300

- Don Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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