Super Bowl 2017 Odds, Point Spread, Prediction: Patriots vs Falcons in a gigantic collision

Super Bowl 51 odds between the Falcons and the Patriots has never moved at all since both teams defeated their opponents. As seen by the oddsmakers, the Patriots are the favorites by 3 points.  On the over / under, it has stood at 58.5, expecting the game to be a shootout.


TheBlow Sports predicts the Patriots to win by more than a touchdown.


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With the NFL playoffs boiling down into four teams, the Super Bowl odds at the same time is changing. The New England Patriots and the Pittsburgh Steelers will battle it out for the AFC title game while the Green Bay Packers and the Atlanta Falcons will fight for the NFC championship game.

Super Bowl 51 Odds

New England Patriots – 5/4

The New England Patriots are the early favorites going into the playoffs. As a matter of fact, the Patriots remain unshaken when it comes to the Super Bowl Odds. Entering into their sixth consecutive AFC conference championship game, the Patriots continue to marvel the entire football world especially the fact that their main man Tom Brady is already 39 years old. Brady will have another chance to remove the arguments of who is the best quarterback of all time if he wins another ring. With the weapons Brady possessed and the stingy defense, New England is on the driver seat. In addition, playing at home will enable the Patriots to prepare well and to utilize the crowd noise advantage.

Atlanta Falcons 11/4

The Atlanta Falcons surprised the football fans by overpowering the Seattle Seahawks in the divisional round. The Falcons were No. 1 in points (33.) and in yards (415.8) in regular season. In the playoff against the Seahawks, quarterback Matt Ryan, who might be the MVP, completed 26 of 37 passes for 338 yards and three touchdowns. Ryan also has a completion percentage of 70.3 percent and 125.7 quarterback rating. The home field advantage is very important for the Falcons as they will try to enter into the Super Bowl.
Pittsburgh Steelers 9/2

The Pittsburgh Steelers have just entered into the conference title game without scoring a touchdown against the Kansas City Chiefs. The Steelers six field goals were enough to beat KC on the road in a hotly-contested 18-16 game. Le’Veon Bell posted 170 yards in 30 carries while Ben Roethlisberger was able to manage the game well. For the Steelers to beat the Patriots, Bell must again register at least 160 yards in rushing. However, the Steelers also need to reach the end zone.


The Green Bay Packers 9/2

In a thriller game against the Dallas Cowboys, Aaron Rodgers led the way to keep his magical playoff run. However, the real hero in the win of Green Bay against Dallas should be Mason Crosby who made two 50-yard field goals (51-yard ang 56-yard) in the final 1:38 minutes. The Packers are riding in an eight-game winning streak and they have the momentum playing on the road. With the offensive juggernaut through Rodgers, the Packers can pull another upset.


The New England Patriots will beat the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday to be back to Super Bowl. As usual, Bill Belichick will have a scheme to slow down running back Bell as well as Roethlisberger.

The Green Bay Packers through quarterback Rodgers will bring back the Packers to another Super Bowl appearance in Houston. The Packers will beat the Falcons in a shootout.

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