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Super Bowl 51 Ceremony Prop Bets: Deflated Ball, Goodell Gets Booed

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Feb/01/2017

We have your Super Bowl 51 ceremony prop bets that include whether the ceremony ball will be deflated a la Deflategate.

The YES on the deflated ball pays $100 for every $10 bet.

NFL commissioner Roger Goodell a ceremony no show pays $250 for every $10 bet.

Whether Goodell gets booed was priced at -450 with the NO paying $32.50 for every $10 bet.  So expect a lot of booing for Goodell at this year’s Super Bowl ceremony, according to the oddsmakers at BetOnline.

- Mary Montgomery, Gambling911.com

 

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