John Fox to Pete Carrol: Sorry About Your Luck Let Me Buy You a Bud Light
John Fox: Looks to scramble Super Bowl goose egg
It’s almost eerily quite when it comes to Super Bowl experience amongst everyone who will be at field level on Sunday. That said, Denver gets a huge leg up on Seattle when it comes to coach and player appearances on Super Bowl Sunday. Broncos head man John Fox has a 0-2 record as a coach in the Super Bowl. Fox was the defensive coordinator on Jim Fassel’s Super Bowl XXXV staff that lost 34-7 to a vastly superior Baltimore Ravens team. He made it back to the big game (NippleGate) three years later as the top man for the Carolina Panthers who went from a 1-15 season in 2001 to a SB XXXVIII appearance after the 2003 campaign. The Cats made it tougher than many expected (as -7 point pups) before dropping a 32-29 decision to Tom Brady and the New England Patriots. We like John Fox for his refreshing disposition and his smooth guiding ways.
Pete Carrol: Super Bowl vs. College Bowl – Not close and no cigar
Pete Carrol, a guy we have poked fun at in the past with the odd “Silver Fox” comments, gets his first taste of the Super Bowl experience on Sunday. Carrol has been the head man in “big” contests before but they were all played at the NCAA football level – with much maligned USC Trojans teams from 2001 to 2009. The Super Bowl vs College Bowl discussion is very similar to a Mercede-Benz vs Maserati Biturbo conversation – simply put it doesn’t make sense – can’t do it. To his credit, the Silver Fox has done a good job of guiding the NFL’s second youngest team to the Super Bowl – just barely behind the Don Shula coached 1971 Miami Dolphins who lost 24-3 to the Dallas Cowboys in Super Bowl VI. We are beginning to feel that the rookie SB coach, who set the Seahawks soaring, is in for a letdown. The Rah! Rah! give it a college try run ends abruptly.
SportsInteraction Head Coaches Prop Odds – Timeouts and Challenges Advice
While the betting lines listed above are very arbitrary and difficult to accurately predict, one has to think that the “looser canon” coach will win the First Challenge and First Timeout options = Pete Carrol. Since neither coach will use his challenges all “willy-nilly” the first challenge will result in the on-field call being overturned which will fire Petey up even more. We will make a 30 unit investment on all three head coach prop wagering options posted at SportsInteraction. Three more sleeps until Super Bowl Sunday. A prop betting wrap and the “good stuff” will follow on Saturday and Sunday respectively – stick with us here at Online Betting Canada.
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