Super Bowl XLVIII Opening NFL Betting Odds Seahawks vs Broncos
Solid team effort propels the Broncos to Super Bowl XLVIII
Peyton Manning vs Tom Brady Act XV matched our expectations as Denver bested New England in the Rumble in the Rocks during NFL Championship Sunday action. After his performance yesterday, it’s safe to lay the “Manning sucks in the playoffs” rubbish to rest once and for all. The General was 32 of 43 for 400 yards and two TD passes as the Broncos opened up a 20-3 lead and went on to win 26-16 against a Patriots squad that never got into gear.
Seahawks Legion of Boom too much for Kaepernick and the 49ers
In the Seahawks vs. 49ers “Showdown in Seattle” during NFC Championship Sunday action, the better defense won a throw-back style slug fest. While QB Russell Wilson was just average – RB Marshawn Lynch was the tide turner for the Hawks as he had an explosive 40-yard TD run in the third quarter. Seattle’s ball-hawking defense took care of the rest as the Seahawks hung on for a 23-17 win and now head to New Jersey to battle the Broncos.
Top rated sportsbooks offer Canadians the best betting odds for Super Bowl XLVIII
Shopping around for the sharpest Super Bowl lines can be a long and drawn out process. Here at Canada Sports Betting, we are betting price hunters and our top recommended online sportsbooks offer the best odds for the NFL Championship. Over the next two weeks we will uncover the sportsbooks offering the best prices. In the meantime though, here are the opening odds for Super Bowl XLVIII from bet365.com! Stayed tuned – this is going be great!
National Hockey League Bonus Bet: Circling Sharks vs. Barely Flickering Flames
We have given our hard working NFL handicapping Crew a day off after their stellar pigskin prognosticating on the Championship Sunday contests. As such, our National Hockey League puck betting experts, who are chomping at the bit to take center stage following the Super Bowl, are advising bettors to load up on the -1.5 (-115) puck line to back the San Jose Sharks (31-12-6 = 68 points) over the visiting Calgary Flames (16-26-7 = 39 points).
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