UFC 253 comes packed with fireworks from both inside the octagon and the betting lines as middleweight king Israel Adesanya settles his grudge with the unbeaten destroyer, Paulo Costa. Both fighters are explosive strikers and with ill will all but guaranteeing heated exchanges. Co-headlining are red-hot fighters Dominick Reyes and Jan Blachowicz facing off for the vacant light heavyweight title. Let's break down these fights and see which bets we can cash.
Super Bowl Props Pick 2017
Super Bowl Props Odds 2017
Before the game clock even starts ticking, Super Bowl prop bets will be won and lost. With hundreds of prop betting options on the Super Bowl, finding the right place to bet is of the utmost important. Check out for all your prop betting needs – from the coin toss to the Gatorade shower – and everything in between.
Before the game even commences, the prop betting begins. The coin toss is a popular prop bet for the Super Bowl. A coin flip is a 50/50 proposition in a normal setting and through 50 Super Bowls, the outcome of heads and tails is nearly even – with tails coming up 26 times and heads 24 times. The last three Super Bowls were tails and the prior five were heads. The other option to bet is whether the team calling the coin toss will be correct. Over the last 20 Super Bowls, the NFC has won the coin toss 17 times. The New England Patriots are calling the coin toss this year and if history is indicative of anything, they are more likely to call the toss incorrect.
Another popular prop betting option is the margin of victory. Unlike point spreads, the margin of victory involves picking the team and a specified victory range. For example, taking the Atlanta Falcons at 7-12 (+600) would be a smart pick if you think the birds can win by a touchdown – and maybe add a field goal for insurance. If the Falcons win 34-28 or 41-28, you would lose this bet. Prop betting on the margin of victory offers a greater return than spreads or moneylines but has a greater level of risk.
Super Bowl Props Prediction For 2017
Patriots By 1-6 Points (+350)
Prop betting is one of the more skilled and challenging ways to wager on a football game. However, with the challenge comes bigger paydays. Smart prop betting involves careful consideration of each element of the game and dissecting each team’s potential strategy.
The best bet option is to take the Patriots 1-6 points at +350. The Patriots average victory margin in the Super Bowl is 3.25 points - which fits right in the middle of this bet. This bet allows the bettor to avoid a push on the -3 spread and offers a higher payout out than taking the Patriots on the moneyline. This is not the only prop bet to make on Super Bowl LI.
To increase potential winning, parlay similar bets. Let’s take three prop bets. The bets are over/under 310.5 passing yards for Matt Ryan, 95.5 receiving yards for Julio Jones and longest touchdown 52.5 yards. If you expect Jones to break a long touchdown during the game, for this let’s say 65 yards. You parlay these bets as Jones will cover the majority of his yardage on a single play and Matt Ryan – who averaged the highest yards per attempt since 2000 at 9.3, would need to only attempt 27 more passes at that rate to get the over. There is a lot that needs to happen here, but that is the case for parlays and why the payout on these bets are so high.
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