Super Bowl 2008
Odds: NY Giants still big underdog for the Super Bowl
The New York Giants remain a
big underdog to win the Super Bowl 2008 odds on the game show.
Surprising as it may, the New York Giants remain a big
underdog to win the 2008 Super Bowl, a week from the game's
start. At the online sportsbook
Bodog Sports, the point spread
on the Super Bowl 2008 game between the New York Giants and the
New England Patriots remain stuck at -11 points chalk the
Patriots and at another online betting company,
point spread on the Super Bowl game is now back up to -12 points favoring the Pats. The betting odds on the NY Giants to win the
Super Bowl 42 are now down to +380 and the New England Patriots
are -460 favorite.
The rumors surrounding Patriots quarterback
Tom Brady and his leg injury briefly lowered the point spread
and betting odds on the Super Bowl 2008 game this week, but now
everything is going back to "normal", i.e. New England is a big
favorite. But Tom Brady's leg cast pictures and missing practice
is not the only factor moving the odds. The Surprise comes from
the fact that at all online sportsbooks the bettors are taking
the +12/+11 on the NY Giants and they have been the most bet on
event throughout the entire week, continuing into the weekend.
Even the college basketball games weren't able to move the
Giants from the top spot on the betting sheet, while the bets on
the Patriots to cover the spread are at #4 in the top 10 most
bet on events this weekend. Also, at No.6 in that list are the
NY Giants winning the Super Bowl 2008...