Missed Field Goal Super Bowl LI Prop Bet: Matt Bryant, Stephen Gostkowski

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Matt Bryant of the Atlanta Falcons and Stephen Gostkowski of the New England Patriots are two of the best field goal kickers in the league but you can still bet on whether they miss a field goal in Super Bowl LI.

Slim Odds

Matt Bryant’s odds of a missed field goal were coming in at 3/1, Stephen Gostkowski was also coming in at 3/1.  Making all their field goals requires a $40 bet to win $10 with the $40 refunded should your wager be a winner.  There is actually some value in selecting the NO for either kicker.

Recent History

Entering the post season, the 41-year-old Bryant has been a model of consistency throughout the season, connecting on 34 of 37 field-goal attempts and knocking through all but one of his 57 extra-point attempts.

Gostkowski in the post season made all five of his field-goal attempts and hit seven of eight extra points en route to recording 22 points over the team's two postseason contests.

- Don Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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