Player to Score the First Touchdown Super Bowl 2016 Prop Bet

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Don Shapiro
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Player to Score the First Touchdown Super Bowl 2016 Prop Bet

The Player to Score the First Touchdown Super Bowl 2016 prop bet will be among the most popular wagered on this week.

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The list below is mostly in odds order starting from shortest to longest.

Cam Newton was coming in as the odds-on favorite at +650 for a payout potential of $65 on every $10 bet.  Jonathan Stewart and Greg Olsen had the next shortest odds and were the only other players with single digit prices. 

Scroll down for all pricing on the Player to Score the 1st Touchdown in Super Bowl 2016

Player to Score the First TD

    Cam Newton +650

    Jonathan Stewart +960

    Greg Olsen +992

    Emmanuel Sanders +1012

    Demaryius Thomas +1027

    C.J. Anderson +1156

    Tedd Ginn Jr. +1273

    Ronnie Hillman +1727

    Owen Daniels +1731

    Devin Funchess +1719

    Corey Brown +2010

    Mike Tolbert +2193

    Jerricho Cotchery +2735

    Kevin Norwood +2822

    Vernon Davis +3174

    Fozzy Whittaker +3295

    Bennie Fowler +3392

    Andre Caldwell +3616

    Virgil Green +3830

    Ed Dickson +3859

    Cody Latimer +4003

    Cameron Artis-Payne +4054

    Jordan Norwood +4794

    Juwan Thompson +5289

    Peyton Manning +5999

    No TD Scored +6754

    Any Other Player +1303

- Don Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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