New England Patriots Heading to 2012 Super Bowl: Opened Season at 3 to 1 Odds

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New England Patriots Heading to 2012 Super Bowl: Opened Season at 3 to 1 Odds

The New England Patriots are the first of two teams heading to the 2012 Super Bowl.  The NFC Championship game between the New York Giants and San Francisco 49ers would determine who the Patriots opponent will be.  The opening line on the Super Bowl will be available immediately following that game from the company you trust to place your bets online, BetDSI.com, which has been serving the sports wagering community since 1997.  Claim up to $500 in FREE CASH based on your initial deposit

The Patriots opened as 3/1 favorites to win the 2012 Super Bowl.  Heading into the Playoffs, New England was listed at 2 to 1.

The AFC Championship game between New England and the Baltimore Ravens was a close one with the Ravens leading at times.  With just seconds left, the Ravens attempted a 32 yard field goal to bring the game into overtime, down by just three points, but it was missed wide left. 

The Ravens' offense landed the first shots of the second half, but the Patriots were quick to respond and regain the lead.

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