Super Bowl Sunday is upon us, which means that the San Francisco 49ers and the Baltimore Ravens will battle at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome on February 3, 2013 at 6:30 PM ET. This is the 47th edition of the Super Bowl and the 10th hosted by the city of New Orleans in Louisiana. For today’s betting line, point spread, MVP winner and Money Line, we take a look at the top online sportsbook from Sportsinteraction.com. We are backing the 49ers in today’s game.
San Francisco 49ers: Looking to go 6-0 in the Super Bowl
This is the sixth Super Bowl appearance for the San Francisco 49ers franchise, which has won their previous five appearances, and today should be no different for the team from the Bay. Colin Kaepernick is poised to bring the 49ers back to glory on Sunday after taking over the starting quarterback job midway through the season after Alex Smith went down with an injury. Watch out for the 49ers on Sunday night.
Baltimore Ravens: Veteran squad seeks second Super Bowl victory
There is no reason to count out the Ravens and their stout defense on Sunday night, especially with the emotional Ray Lewis leading the way. No one particular unit will be able to outshine the other tonight, as all three facets of the Ravens game will need to be strong. Excellent play from Joe Flacco and the offense can help the Ravens defense by keeping them off the field as long as possible against the 49ers.
In what could be one of the most exciting Super Bowl games in recent memory, the 49ers and the Ravens meet in New Orleans on Sunday night for the Lombardi Trophy. This has become such a difficult game to pick because both of these teams are so evenly matched. If any team has the edge, it is the 49ers, who we are backing with the lines found at Sportsinteraction.com’s top online sportbooks for Sunday night.
Super Bowl MVP: Back Vernon Davis at +1600
Money Line Wagering: Bet the 49ers at (-165)
Game Total Prediction: 21-17 Final UNDER 48 (-110)
Point Spread Betting: Roll with the Niners at -3.5 (-110)
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