MyBookie’s Super Bowl Fact Sheet

Super Bowl 51 Game Info and Conference Odds

Event Details

Date:

February 5, 2017

Kick Off Time:

TBA

TV Broadcast:

Fox Channel

Capacity:

72,220

Early Super Bowl Spread

AFC
Spread:

+2½

ML:

+110

Total:

50½ -110

NFC
Spread:

-2½

ML:

-130

Total:

50½ -110

Super Bowl 51 Odds

Top Betting Favorites

Cincinnati

CINCINNATI BENGALS

+1400

Panthers

CAROLINA PANTHERS

+1100

Denver Broncos

DENVER BRONCOS

+1000

Packers

GREEN BAY PACKERS

+900

Patriots

NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS

+700

Steelers

PITTSBURGH STEELERS

+900

Seahawks

SEATTLE SEAHAWKS

+850

Betting Longshots

Giants

NEW YORK GIANTS

+3000

Raiders

OAKLAND RAIDERS

+2800

Ravens

BALTIMORE RAVENS

+2800

Chiefs

KANSAS CITY CHIEFS

+2300

Colts

INDIANAPOLIS COLTS

+1800

Cardinals

ARIZONA CARDINALS

+1600

Cowboys

DALLAS COWBOYS

+1600

Bet on Super Bowl LI at MyBookie.ag

The countdown for Super Bowl LI has begun, and while we are still months away from the big day, it’s never too early to review the NFL odds and start making some predictions on who’s going to win the national title. The odds for Super Bowl LI are out, which means that it’s time to start looking ahead to the coming pro football season.

Which teams are best-suited to contend for a title next February in Houston?

The defending champions, the Denver Broncos, are not the favorites to repeat as Super Bowl champions. Despite the fact that Tom Brady is expected to be out for the first four games of the season, the Patriots lead the odds at 7/1. The Seattle Seahawks are just a few steps behind at 8.5/1, followed by the Pittsburgh Steelers and Green Bay Packers at +$900. Current long shots include the Cleveland Browns at +18000 (180 to 1), the San Diego Chargers at +9000 (90 to 1) and the the San Francisco 49ers at +$7,500 (75 to 1).

Team Records & Super Bowl Facts: Games, Victories, Defeats

Most Super Bowl Games Played

Cowboys

8- Dallas

V-VI, X, XII-XIII, XXVII-XXVIII, XXX

Steelers

8- Pittsburgh

IX-X, XIII-XIV, XXX, XL, XLIII, XLV

San Francisco

6- San Francisco

XVI, XIX, XXIII, XXIV, XXIX, XLVII

Patriots

8- New England

XX, XXXI, XXXVI, XXXVIII-XXXIX, XLII, XLVI, XLIX

Denver Broncos

7- Denver

XII, XXI-XXII, XXIV, XXXII-XXXIII, XLVIII

Giants

5- New York Giants

XXI, XXV, XLII, XXXV, XLVI

Most Super Bowl Victories

steelers

6- Pittsburgh

IX-X, XIII-XIV, XL, XLIII

Cowboys

5- Dallas

VI, XII, XXVII-XXVIII, XXX

Patriots

4- New England

XXXVI, XXXVIII-XXXIX, XLIX

San Francisco

5- San Francisco

V-VI, X, XII-XIII, XXVII-XXVIII, XXX

Packers

4- Green Bay

I-II, XXXI, XLV

Raiders

3- Oakland/L.A. Raiders

XI, XV, XVIII

Most Consecutive Games Won

packers

2- Green Bay

I-II

Steelers

2- Pittsburgh

IX-X, XIII-XIV

Cowboys

2- Dallas

XXVII-XXVIII

Dolphins

2- Miami

VII-VIII

San Francisco

2- San Francisco

XXIII-XXIV

Broncos

2- Denver

XXXII-XXXIII

Past Anthem and Half Time Show Performers (Last 12 Years)

As most sports and betting fans know, the annual Super Bowl is about football, but over the last couple of decades, it’s also come to be so much more than that. Part of that hype is the halftime show. Starting in the 1960’s with the classic marching bands, the half time show has evolved into a world class entertainment act featuring the top performers and bands from each decade, including Prince, NSYNC, Jeannette Jackson, Paul McCartney, U2, Bruce Springsteen and Tom Petty.

After Super Bowl XXXVIII, whose halftime show featured an infamous incident where Justin Timberlake exposed one of Janet Jackson’s breasts, the halftime show began to feature classic rock acts until the return of headlining pop musicians in 2011, when pop star Beyonce rocked the house and captivated attendees with an eye catching show. Pop star Katy Perry became the latest performance to do the honors at last year’s Super Bowl Event.

Idina-Menzel
Game: XLIX Feb. 1, 2015
Anthem Performer: Idina Menzel
Half Time Show: Katy Perry, Lenny Kravitz and Missy Elliot

Renee-Fleming
Game: XLVIII Feb. 2, 2014
Anthem Performer: Renee Flemming
Half Time Show: Bruno Mars and The Red Hot Chili Peppers

Alicia-Keys
Game: XLVII Feb. 3, 2013
Anthem Performer: Alicia Keys
Half Time Show: Beyonce, Destiny’s Child

Kelly-Clarkson
Game: XLVI Feb. 5, 2012
Anthem Performer: Kelly Clarkson
Half Time Show: Madonna

Christina-Aguilera
Game: XLV Feb. 6, 2011
Anthem Performer: Christina Aguilera
Half Time Show: Black Eyed Peas

Carrie-Underwood
Game: XLIV Feb. 7, 2010
Anthem Performer: Carrie Underwood
Half Time Show: The Who

Jennifer-Hudson
Game: XLIII Feb. 1, 2009
Anthem Performer: Jennifer Hudson
Half Time Show: Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band

Jordin-Sparks
Game: XLII Feb. 3, 2008
Anthem Performer: Jordin Sparks
Half Time Show: Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers

Billy-Joel
Game: XLI Feb. 4, 2007
Anthem Performer: Billy Joel
Half Time Show: Prince

Aretha-Franklin
Game: XL Feb. 5, 2006
Anthem Performer: Aretha Franklin and Aaron Neville
Half Time Show: The Rolling Stones

Air-Force-Academy-Cadet-Chorale
Game: XXXIX Feb. 6, 2005
Anthem Performer: U.S. Air Force Academy Cadet Chorale
Half Time Show: Paul McCartney

Beyonce
Game: XXXVIII Feb. 1, 2004
Anthem Performer: Beyonce Knowles
Half Time Show: Janet Jackson, Justin Timberlake, P. Diddy, Kid Rock, and Nelly

Super Bowl Coin Toss (Last 12 Years)

The first “decision” every team has to make during the Super Bowl is calling the coin toss. Many sports and entertainment celebrities have taken part in this decisive ceremony, including some U.S presidents. Ronald Reagan appeared live via satellite from the White House and tossed the coin on January 20, 1985, when the San Francisco 49ers faces the Miami Dolphins in Stanford, California.

Considering that the coin toss always has two potential outcomes, it has also become a popular betting prop year after year. Super Bowl prop betting allows for multiple wagers on the toss. You can bet if it will land on heads or tails, which team will win the coin toss, if the team making the call will win the coin toss, and if the coin toss winner will be victorious.

Super Bowl 49

Score
New England 28, Seattle 24

Coin Toss
Tails
Tails
CT Winner
Seahawks
Seahawks

Super Bowl 48

Score
Seattle 43, Denver 8

Coin Toss
Tails
Tails
CT Winner
Seahawks
Seahawks

Super Bowl 47

Score
Baltimore 34, San Francisco 31

Coin Toss
Tails
Head
CT Winner
baltimore-ravens
Ravens

Super Bowl 46

Score
NY Giants 21, New England 17

Coin Toss
Tails
Head
CT Winner
new-england-patriots
Patriots

Super Bowl 45

Score
Green Bay 31, Pittsburgh 17

Coin Toss
Tails
Head
CT Winner
green-bay-packers
Packers

Super Bowl 44

Score
New Orleans 31, Indianapolis 17

Coin Toss
Tails
Head
CT Winner
new-orleans-saints
Saints

Super Bowl 43

Score
Pittsburgh 27, Arizona 23

Coin Toss
Tails
Head
CT Winner
arizona-cardinals
Cardinals

Super Bowl 42

Score
NY Giants 17, New England 14

Coin Toss
Tails
Tails
CT Winner
new-york-giants
Giants

Super Bowl 41

Score
Indianapolis 29, Chicago 17

Coin Toss
Tails
Head
CT Winner
chicago-bears
chicago-bears

Super Bowl 40

Score
Pittsburgh 21, Seattle 10

Coin Toss
Tails
Tails
CT Winner
seattle-seahawks
Seahawks

Super Bowl 39

Score
New England 24, Philadelphia 21

Coin Toss
Tails
Tails
CT Winner
philadelphia-eagles
Eagles

Super Bowl 38

Score
New England 32, Carolina 29

Coin Toss
Tails
Tails
CT Winner
carolina-panthers
Panthers

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