Super Bowl 2007
Looking for some of the more informative Super Bowl coverage for 2007? You came to the right place. Below we will be adding numerous articles about the 2007 Super Bowl as well as Super bowl betting information.
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The AFC is Still the Best
by Allen Eastman - 02/06/2007
Weeks ago I told anyone who would listen: Take the AFC over the NFC in Super Bowl XLI. I wasn't necessarily talking about the Colts and Bears. I meant that any of the AFC playoff teams would have beaten any representative from the NFC. The AFC has simply been the better conference for several years. New England, San Diego, Baltimore and, heck, even the New York Jets or Kansas City Chiefs could have beaten Chicago.
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Doc's Sports Recommended Super Bowl Prop Bets
by Robert Ferringo - 02/02/2007
How long will the national anthem be? How many has-been Hollywood clowns will the camera pick up in the crowd or on the sidelines? Which will be higher: Prince's weight or rushing yards by the Chicago Bears?
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Hypothetical Super Bowl Bets I'd Love To Make
by Trevor Whenham - 02/02/2007
With so many different prop bets available on the Super Bowl, you would think that you could bet on pretty much anything you could possibly think of. Though there is a mind-numbing variety out there, there are some things that just aren't covered. I'm not playing a lot of props for the Super Bowl, but I might actually start thinking about it if the right bets were out there. And what are those bets? Well, here are ten bets I wish I could make:
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My Worst Super Bowl Bet
by Robert Ferringo - 02/02/2007
Picking out my worst Super Bowl is easy. Trying to bring the repressed memories to the surface is hard.
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Not Your Ordinary Super Bowl Props
by Vegas Sports Informer - 02/01/2007
If you are a degenerate handicapper like myself and spend hours on the computer looking for ways to make an extra buck, then you know that there are around 100 different ways to bet this SuperBowl. Everybody in the football world knows the Indianapolis Colts are seven-point favorites against the Chicago Bears and the total in the game is 49. But not everybody knows that there are over 100 different proposition bets available to wager on for the Super Bowl.
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Head-to-Head: Experts Debate the Super Bowl
by Jordan Adams and Drew Mangione - 01/31/2007
Each week two of Doc's Sports gambling aficionados will give their alternating perspectives on the key games and interesting issues in the game at both the college and professional levels. You may not agree, they may not agree, but it should be interesting!
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Seven Reasons the Bears Can Cover
by Trevor Whenham - 01/31/2007
Who is going to win the Super Bowl? That's a very good question, and one that has had a whole lot of ink spilled and breath wasted over it this week. I think I finally know which way I am leaning. Obviously, this is an unofficial pick that is mine and no one else's, but at this point I tend to favor the Bears.
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Defense Wins Super Bowls
by Robert Ferringo - 01/30/2007
I often say that football is a violent, brutal game. So, quite naturally, the team that is more violent and brutal will usually win. Only the strong survive, and this maxim has borne itself out time and time again from the bloody core of this beloved, gladiatorial sport.
Read more about Defense in the Super Bowl.
Super Bowl: Tackling Bodog Quarterback Props
by Trevor Whenham - 01/30/2007
If you're a true degenerate who can't wait until the Super Bowl kicks off, one of the best ways to pass time, and maybe make a few extra bucks at the same time, is to check out the available quarterback prop bets. Both quarterbacks in this game are very interesting, though not at all for the same reason.
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Crucial Super Bowl Trends
by Robert Ferringo - 01/30/2007
What does it take to bring home the hardware and the cash on Super Bowl Sunday? Is it a Hall-of-Fame quarterback? What about a ravenous and bloodthirsty defense? Do clutch kickers or spread-busting coaches help your cause?
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Point Spread for Every Super Bowl
by Robert Ferringo - 01/30/2007
You can find just about anything on the Internet: midgets dressed like Greek Gods and acting out "Clash of the Titans", Chewbacca's blog, or Jesus' very own Myspace page are just a few clicks away. However, trying to find the point spread for every Super Bowl turned out to be much more of a chore than I thought.
Super Bowl Betting 101: Understating the Point Spread
by Robert Ferringo - 01/29/2007
Over the weekend I was cruising around Buckhead having a few drinks with an old friend when the topic of Super Bowl betting came up. He mentioned that he had asked "a guy" that he places wagers through to throw down $2,000 on Chicago for him next Sunday. But when I asked my friend what number he got the line at he looked at me like I just asked him to recite the state capitols in reverse alphabetical order.
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Betting the Super Bowl Total
by Trevor Whenham - 01/29/2007
I have spent most of the last week scratching my head trying to figure out what to do with the Super Bowl total. The problem is that I can see good arguments for both sides of the number. The total is at 48.5 right now, and it doesn't seem as of now that the bookies have much interest in moving very far from that number.
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Super Bowl Betting Trends
by Trevor Whenham - 01/26/2007
For bettors that really like to handicap, this week is the greatest time of the year. There's only one football game to look at, and you have two full weeks to analyze it, so you can cover every possible angle you could want to. You can fire up your spreadsheets, devise every variety of power ratings, and look at every possible match-up in a hundred different ways.
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Misleading Super Bowl Angles
by Trevor Whenham - 01/25/2007
As much as I love football, and the Super Bowl, we are stuck right now in the midst of my least favorite time of the year. I hate this week between the Conference Championships and the big game. Not only is there no football worth watching (with apologies to the Senior Bowl), but we are stuck listening to experts with way too much time on their hands, and nothing worth saying, telling us what is important.
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Super Bowl Commercials = Big Bucks in 2007
by Harry Brewer - 01/25/2007
While many fans are anxious for the big game itself, business executives around the world have their attentions turned to Super Bowl commercials. Much of the next week will be focused on the best-known or most-famous commercials that have aired during the history of the game, and everyone will be talking about the big spots that are set to air this year.
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Early Super Bowl Lines Are Available - And Beatable
by Trevor Whenham - 01/18/2007
Just because we aren't even past the conference playoffs in the NFL yet doesn't mean that you can't be looking towards the Super Bowl. There are only four teams left, so there are only four different possible Super Bowl match-ups to consider and handicap. All of the sportsbooks are offering a wide range of bets for you to make for the big game. As you should do in every betting situation, the thing to do is to search the available bets to find any value that is out there.
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Tips for Betting the Super Bowl
by Robert Ferringo - 01/17/2007
It's the belief that the United States is destined to become the grandest and greatest empire in history. It's the idea that we as a people are inherently Right and selected for greatness. And it is the manifestation of a principle at the core of our society: Bigger is Better.
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2007 Super Bowl Looks Like Anyone's Ballgame
by Trevor Whenham - 01/17/2007
If there is one thing we have learned in the NFL playoffs so far it is that we don't know much. In the first week, many were caught off-guard by the surprisingly stout Indianapolis defense, the surprisingly flat performances by Kansas City and the Jets, and the disappointing performance of Dallas.
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Super Bowl Odds for the 2007 SuperBowl
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Super Bowl 2006
Here is a look at Doc's Sports 2006 Super Bowl coverage. Doc's is your sports betting leader and we cover the Super Bowl like no other sports info site online.
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