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Top Pay Per Head for Super Bowl Scoring Propositions

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Feb/01/2018

A top Pay Per Head for Super Bowl scoring propositions is TopPayPerHead.com.

The new kid on the block, TopPayPerHead.com is a Pay Per Head business backed by some of the deepest pockets in the world of offshore sports betting. A full service Pay Per Head Solution being offered at just $4 per head or less.  LIVE IN-PLAY WAGERING is available.

TopPayPerHead.com can customized hundreds of Super Bowl prop bets and pricing, especially for regions that represent those teams playing in the big game.

A sampling of Player to Score the 1st Touchdown appears below

Player to score first touchdown

Rob Gronkowski +650

Zach Ertz +750

Brandin Cooks +750

Alshon Jeffery +800

Jay Ajayi +800

Nelson Agholor +850

LeGarrette Blount +850

Dion Lewis +950

James White +1150

Rex Burkhead +1200

Danny Amendola +1200

Torrey Smith +1350

Chris Hogan +1450

Tom Brady +2500

Nick Foles +2750

Corey Clement +2750

No TD scored in game +17000

Field +1100

- Dan Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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