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Super Bowl 51

Date: February 5, 2017

Site: NRG Stadium in Houston, Texas

The Super Bowl is the championship game of the NFL, that is played between the winner from the AFC and NFC. The first Super Bowl was played on January 15th, 1967 as the game to determine the Champion between the AFL and NFL. The Green Bay Packers won, and Bart Starr was named MVP of Super Bowl I.

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There are often many advantages of betting the NFL Super bowl point spreads early. By betting early, you are frequently able to pick out a couple spreads that may move towards your side before the opening game. If you can spot a NFL Super bowl spread that you think the public will be jumping all over it is wise to lock in the line early with the hopes of buying back on the other side come game day. This is an intelligent play that many professional football handicappers utilize each season. Browse the matchups below and see if you can see any middling opportunities that may arise come early December.

The Super Bowl is the final contest of the professional season and determines the league's annual champion. Now probably the most important single-day sporting event in the United States, the Super Bowl had more modest beginnings. In 1967 the champions of the American Football League (which merged with the NFL in 1970) and the NFL met in what was called the AFL-NFL World Championship Game. The name was later shortened to Super Bowl, named after a child's toy, the Super Ball.

The trophy awarded to the winning team of each Super Bowl was originally called the World Championship Trophy. It was later called the Lombardi Trophy, named after Vince Lombardi, and NFL legend.

There are actually two Lombardi Trophies at each Super Bowl game. One is a back up in case the one presented to the team is destroyed during the celebration.


The Wild Card round was as uneventful as it can get. All four favorites went on to win their respective matchups, which finds the futures odds to win Super Bowl LI pretty much stagnant. Still, someone is going to hoist the Lombardi Trophy come the season’s end, so you might as well get down on some teams on the futures odds at BookMaker.eu so as to set up some hedges for when the big game comes around.>>> More Superbowl Odds and Predictions

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