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Patriots vs. Falcons Betting Preview – Super Bowl 51

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Feb/01/2017

32 teams started and 2 teams remain, as The New England Patriots are a 3-point favorite over the Atlanta Falcons for Superbowl 51, on Sunday, February 5 .

This game features the highest total we’ve ever seen for a Super Bowl at 58 points. Both New England & Atlanta, had thoroughly impressive performances in the Conference Championship round, as the chalk held up yet again.

With 8 blowouts in the 10 NFL playoff games, fans are desperately hoping for a good battle in the Super Bowl and They should get their wish.

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Coaches: Dan Quinn vs Bill Belichick

Dan Quinn and Bill Belichick meet on the biggest stage in sports for the second time in 3 years, but the circumstances are quite a bit different.

Super Bowl 49 featured the Seattle Seahawks and the New England Patriots. Quinn was the defensive coordinator for the Seahawks then, but he’s the second-year head coach of the Atlanta Falcons now.

Belichick, as we know, is the Hall of Fame coach of the New England Patriots and he has shown once again that his teams are always ready to play. The offensive coordinators deserve a mention at the top of the playbill for this upcoming performance as well.

Superstar OC Kyle Shanahan has done a brilliant job with Matt Ryan and the Falcons offense. Josh McDaniels doesn’t seem to get enough credit because his quarterback is Tom Brady, but he’s been spectacular since taking over the reins for the Patriots

New England Patriots 16-2 SU, 15-3 ATS, 8-10 over/under

Atlanta Falcons 13-5 SU, 12-6 ATS, 15-2-1 over/under

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