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Super Bowl 2011: Player to Score First Touchdown Odds

Written by:
Dan Shapiro
Published on:
Feb/01/2011
Super Bowl 2011:  Player to Score First Touchdown Odds

Bookmaker.com has released Super Bowl 2011 Player to score first touchdown odds with Greg Jennings the favorites, paying 4/1 odds.  Jennings would pay out $40 for every $10 bet or $400 for every $100 bet or $4000 for every $1000 bet.  There is a maximum $1000 bet on this particular Super Bowl 2011 prop at Bookmaker.com

Rashad Mendenhall was the 3/1 favorite at Bookmaker.com, though not necessarily at other online sportsbooks.  He would pay out $30 for every $10 bet.

Jordy Nelson would pay out $50 for every $10 bet.

The following are all based on $10 bets.

Ben Roethlisberger pays $120. Issac Redman pays $200. Mewelde Moore Pays $200.  Mike Wallace pays $65. Hines Ward pays $100. Emmanuel Sanders pays $120.  Antonio Brown pays $250.  Heath Miller pays $100.  Aaron Rodgers pays $60.  James Starks pays $80.  Brandon Jackson pays $150.  John Kuhn pays $85.  Donald Driver pays $80.  James Jones pays $100.  Andrew Quarless pays $150.  Donald Lee pays $150.  Any Pittsburgh Steelers player not named pays $100.  Any Green Bay Packers player not named pays $100.  No touchdown scored pays a whopping $500!

Bookmaker.com was also offering odds on first reception for both teams. 

- Dan Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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