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The NFL Super Bowl

National Football League (NFL)
  • Sport: American Football
  • First Played: January 15, 1967
  • Upcoming Edition: Super Bowl XLIII
  • City: Tampa, Florida
  • Stadium: Raymond James Stadium
  • Away Team: AFC Champion
  • Home Team: NFC Champion
  • Official website: TampaBaySuperBowl.com

Super Bowl Odds

Football betting is different than other sports betting types because you can choose which games to wager on and which games to pass on. By only betting on games that have a positive expected return and passing on games that have negative expected return, the football betting enthusiast can turn the tables on the sportsbook and put himself in the position to always have the edge!

Betting on the big game early in the year does have benefits. The 2007 NFL Champion New York Giants opened the season at very generous 22-1 odds at many of the offshore sportsbooks.

The lines maker have made the New England Patriots the odds on choice to win this years SuperBowl at 3.3 to 1 and once again the sports books are giving the New York Giants zero respect with an opening line of 16-1.

That's great value on the NFL champion! That being said, I don't think that the Giants will repeat and I'd sure stay away from wagering on the Patriots with their aging defense and losses of personel in the secondary.

The best future prices may be on the Indianapolis Colts at 7-1 and the Dallas Cowboys at 8-1. Both teams will be in the mix for their conference championship.

If you're looking for a dark horse, I'd look at the Pittsburgh Steelers with their bankroll padding 20-1 opening odds.

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Super Bowl XLIII

The Super Bowl XLIII will be the 43rd annual edition of the Super Bowl in American football, and the 39th annual championship game of the modern-era National Football League (NFL).

The game will be a matchup between the 2008 American Football Conference (AFC) Champions and the 2008 National Football Conference (NFC) Champions. It is scheduled to be played on February 1, 2009 at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida, the second Super Bowl at this venue and the fourth overall in that city. Tampa was selected for the game site on May 25, 2005, beating out three other finalists: Atlanta, Georgia; Houston, Texas; and Miami, Florida.

The Super Bowl XLIII logo features an abstract representation of a football stadium, with blue and green colors representing the regional waterways and landscapes of Tampa Bay. In a tradition starting with the Super Bowl XL logo, two stars ?%u20AC%u201C one red, representing the AFC, and one blue, representing the NFC, are flanked on either side of the Super Bowl XLIII logo. The tagline for Super Bowl XLIII is "Believe In Now".

The game will be televised on NBC, its first Super Bowl broadcast since Super Bowl XXXII, with play-by-play announcer Al Michaels and color commentator John Madden. Super Bowl XLIII will also be the final Super Bowl, and penultimate major sporting event (Fox Sports' Daytona 500 coverage on February 15 will be the last) to be telecast in the United States in the analog television format. As of February 17 of that year, all television stations must cease analog broadcasts. Additionally, a 30-second advertisement will cost $3 million (US), a record for a television program.

The NFL was exploring the possibility of moving the Pro Bowl to the host site of the Super Bowl, and holding it the weekend before the Super Bowl starting in 2009, however, the league has decided to keep the game in 'Aiea, Hawai'i, a suburb of Honolulu.

Super Bowl Stadium - Raymond James Stadium

Super Bowl StadiumThis is a football and soccer stadium located in Tampa, Florida. It is home to the NFL's Tampa Bay Buccaneers as well as the NCAA's South Florida Bulls, and was formerly home to the MLS's Tampa Bay Mutiny. The stadium seats just over 66,000, and it is expandable to 75,000 for special events. The stadium also hosts the annual Outback Bowl on New Year's Day, and the Super Bowl of Motorsports monster truck event in mid-January. Super Bowl XXXV was held there on January 28, 2001 between the Baltimore Ravens and New York Giants. It will host Super Bowl XLIII in 2009.

Raymond James Stadium was built primarily to replace the aging Houlihan's Stadium, formerly located adjacent to the property. It is located on the former site of the now-demolished Al Lopez Field.

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