Friday, February 04, 2011

Super Bowl Angle II : The Final 15

This year's Super Bowl - pitting the Green Bay Packers against the Pittsburgh Steelers - is so evenly matched that I cannot pick a winner.

At the moment, anyway.

As I write this, I cannot give a bad argument for either team's chances of losing.

One angle I am interested in is the point spread, specifically in the closing portion of the match.

I have a feeling that whoever wins will pull the game out in the final minutes of the game so I'm interested in betting on over 13 points in quarter four.

The Super Bowl being played indoors also helped me factor in this decision.

The game will be faster and one of the teams, even though I have said the two teams are even on paper, could get a good lead. This could force the other team to let themselves go as the game progresses in an attempt to catch up. It could mean points for them, or extra for their opponent.

Go for the over 13 points in the fourth quarter.

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