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Total Number of Sacks Prop Patriots vs. Falcons - SB51

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Feb/04/2017

The total number of sacks prop wager for the Patriots vs. Falcons Super Bowl appear below with the 3, 4 and 5 the favorites but with payouts still starting around $30 for every $10 bet or $300 for every $100 bet.

0 - $150 paid on a $10 bet.

1 - $70 paid on a $10 bet.

2 - $50 paid on a $10 bet.

3 - $30 paid on a $10 bet.

4 - $30 paid on a $10 bet.

5 - $60 paid on a $10 bet.

6 - $80 paid on a $10 bet.

7 - $160 paid on a $10 bet.

8 - $260 paid on a $10 bet.

9 or more – pays $400 and up on a $10 bet.

BET ON HUNDREDS OF SUPER BOWL LI PROPS HERE

- Don Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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