Superbowl online betting
February 26th Superbowl news ... Welcome to Superbowl online betting, the place with everything you need to cash in on the biggest game of the year.
Welcome to superbowlonlinebetting.com, the place with everything you need to cash in on the biggest game of the year.
This site was created to assist the football bettor with all of the necessary information to successfully handicap the Super Bowl.
Whether you enjoy betting the traditional spreads or the multitude of proposition bets offered come Super Bowl Sunday; this site will provide all of the key stats, trends and news to create an edge over the house.
MLB BettingNFL - Seattle @ Green Bay (4:30 PM ET – FOX)2008-01-14
Green Bay was one of the surprise stories of the NFL season in 2007. Looking to continue the magical run, the Packers will host Seattle in the divisional playoff round on Saturday. Ironically, the Seahawks were the opponent in Green Bay’s last home playoff win, after the ’03 season. HC Mike McCarthy’s team was 7-1 SU & 6-1-1 ATS at home this year, allowing just 14.4 PPG. At 13-3 SU & 12-3-1 ATS, they were also the league’s best pointspread covering team overall. Here they are an 8-point favorite against a Seattle team that has struggled on the road, going just 3-5 SU & ATS in ’07 and 11-22 ATS in its L33. For McCarthy, this is a first ever playoff game, for Holmgren, a 24th. The former Packer head man is 4-5 SU & 5-3 ATS in the postseason with Seattle.
Give Seattle coach Mike Holmgren full credit. He is nothing if not consistent and efficient, for the Seahawks have advanced through the Wild Card round of the playoffs for the third consecutive season (the team’s fifth consecutive year of postseason eligibility), yet this time the deed was achieved through an offense of complete imbalance. As has been the case for much of the year, Shaun Alexander was entirely ineffective as the team’s primary rusher (averaging just 3.1 yards/carry against Washington, 0.4 yards/carry less than he posted through the regular season).
To get to this matchup with Holmgren’s former employer, the Seahawks relied on one of the most potent defensive efforts they have seen this season. Through the regular season, Seattle had allowed an average of 219.1 passing yards per game (19th in the NFL) but held opposing QBs to a paltry 73.0 QB Rating (2nd in the NFL). It was the defensive backfield, returning two interceptions for TDs, that brought the anvil to Washington’s playoff hopes in the Wild Card round, and it is that unit, along with a powerful group of linebackers led by Lofa Tatupu and Julian Peterson, that will be charged with halting one of the most powerful offensive units in the game if the Seahawks hope to advance to the Conference Championships.
With one of the greatest field generals the game has ever known at the wheel, the Packers enter the playoffs with hopes of shocking the world. The offensive charge has been nothing short of phenomenal, ranking #2 among all NFL franchises, averaging a whopping 370.7 total yards per game. Put the blame on future Hall of Fame QB Brett Favre, leading the Packers rank as the 2nd-best passing offense in the land (270.9 yards). Contributions from rushers Ryan Grant, rookie Brandon Jackson, and Vernand Morency have solidified offensive balance. The entire effort is pushed by one of the best offensive lines in the game, giving the Packers a unit that could compete with any team in the land.
The defense may not garner the attention or headlines, but their efforts should not be overlooked. The defensive backfield may be the most undervalued compilation of players in the league, led by veteran corners Charles Woodson and Al Harris, but secretly bolstered by the outstanding efforts of strong safety Atari Bigby. Nick Barnett may be the best playmaking linebacker few fans of the game recognize, wrecking havoc all over the field and supporting a defensive line the pressures the passer as well as any line in the game. If the Packers are going to advance deep in the playoffs, this defense will be the reason for that success.
Key Trend – In the divisional playoff round, the larger favorite in an NFC contest is 17-5-1 ATS.
Keys to the Game
Seattle comes into this contest feeling very confident with the ball in the hands of Matt Hasselbeck. The former Packer backup quarterback has a chance for redemption from the famous 2004 overtime coin toss in which he essentially guaranteed a win and ended up throwing game-ending interception. Hasselbeck might not the best names in the business to throw to of the eight remaining teams; however they have formed into a cohesive unit since Coach Holmgren gave the green light on pass first offense. The Seahawks receivers against the physical Packers corners will be REALLY interesting to watch. How the Packers safeties attack the deep in-route Hasselbeck like to throw, especially to Bobby Engram, is another fascinating aspect. Green Bay was 7-1 and 6-1-1 ATS at Lambeau Field, showing some of the old frozen tundra magic. This will be the fastest defense outside of Chicago the Packers have faced and they lost both of those games to the Bears. For Green Bay, it's a matter of running the slants they prefer inside the corners and setting up double moves by wide receivers to throw over the top of corners and in front of safeties. If Favre can create success in splitting safeties, this opens up Greg Jennings for the deep ball on the post.
StatFox Edge – Packers cover