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Current betting odds for Super Bowl LI

If you were to use Bovada.LV, “62 percent of the total money is currently on New England to win the game.” Currently (38%) of bets coming in are predicting the Falcons to cover 3 points with odds wagering ‘+3 points to every $115 (to win $100).’

Running odds of the coin toss: are 50/50 (for the past 3 years the coin has landed on its tail).

“+425 on a 3-point margin of victory,” if the win will be decided on exactly 3 points.

First lead: Favored with the Patriots at -130 to score first with matching odds are scoring last.

Super Bowl MVP: Quarterbacks are always the lead favorite (27 of the past 50). Brady is leading Ryan.

For more betting odds, check out UPI.com.

Highest wagers and records for Super Bowl Sunday

Boston.com reported, earlier this day, one person has placed a $1.1 million bet on the Atlanta Falcons (plus 3 points) to win. This person could expect to bring in $2.1 million if the team wins, or if they lose by 1 or 2 points. The bet was placed through CG Technology who’s normally used to bets coming in at $500,000 and up. (Meaning, this bet doesn’t seem the largest by far.)

 

Just as a comparison, last year’s Super Bowl between Denver and Carolina brought in $132.545 million, but this year’s Super Bowl LI, according to AGA estimates, Americans will bet a staggering $4.7 billion.

Over the past 4 years, we have an estimate breakdown of amount wagered, year, books w/l, and the corresponding game.

Year

Amount Wagered

Book W/L

Super Bowl

Teams (Won/Lost)

2016

$132,545,587

$13,314,539

50 (L)

Denver Broncos/Carolina Panthers

2015

$115,986,086

$3,261,066

49 (XLIX)

New England Patriots/Seattle Seahawks

2014

$119,400,000

$19,700,000

48 (XLVIII)

Seattle Seahawks/Denver Broncos

2013

$98,936,798

$7,206,460

47 (XLVII)

Baltimore Ravens/San Francisco 49ers

Betting history for the past 4 years, Super Bowl, location, line (total), and score.

Super Bowl

Location

Line (total)

Score

50 (L)

Santa Clara, CA

Carolina -5 (43.5)

Denver 28 Carolina 10

49 (XLIX)

Glendale, AZ

Pick ‘em (47.5)

New England 28 Seattle 24

48 (XLVIII)

East Rutherford, NJ

Denver -2.5 (47.5)

Seattle 43 Denver 8

47 (XLVII)

New Orleans, LA

San Francisco -4.5 (48)

Baltimore 34 San Francisco 31

Super Bowl LI injury report updates (all players reported as ‘questionable’ meaning a 50/50 chance at playing)

Team

Player

Position

Injury

Falcons

Dwight Freeney

DE

Calf

Falcons

Julio Jones

WR

Toe

Falcons

Alex Mack

C

Fibula

Patriots

Martellus Bennett

TE

Knee

Patriots

Alan Branch

DT

Toe

Patriots

Dont’a Hightower

LB

Shoulder

Patriots

Nate Ebner

DB

Concussion

Patriots

Chris Hogan

WR

Thigh

Patriots

Malcolm Mitchell

WR

Knee

Patriots

Vincent Valentine

DT

Back

As you can see, the New England Patriots are reporting more injuries than the Atlanta Falcons. This is the final injury report for Super Bowl LI of the 2016 season. Use this information to place your bets wisely. Be Relentless and Do Your Job, from TheVegas7.