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By Jonathan Lee and Bart Lopez
The Super Bowl is almost upon us. All week we have been covering the various proposition bets, which are available on the NFL Expert Picks page. With those taken care of it’s time for analysts Jon Lee and Bart Lopez to give their Super Bowl ATS picks.
By Bart Lopez
In the third installment of AccuScore’s coverage of the Super Bowl proposition bets I’ve assembled the bets for the running backs. I paid more attention to the top backs for each team, namely Ahmad Bradshaw and BenJarvus Green-Ellis. There are also plenty of bets for Brandon Jacobs and Danny Woodhead, as well as some interesting comparison bets. I’ve made three picks of my own that are available only to members. Sign in now to see my picks following the running back comparison bets. If you’re not a member, sign up now and get an edge on Las Vegas. Use the code "superbowl" and you'll get 25 percent off your membership.
Ahmad Bradshaw Proposition Bets
Will Bradshaw score a touchdown: Yes/No, 118/-138
Total rushing yards: Over/Under 62.5 yards, -105/-111
Longest rush: Over/Under 16.5 yards, 103/-120
By Jonathan Lee
The personnel at receiver for the Giants and at tight end for the Patriots are probably the two best respective units in the National Football League. Hakeem Nicks (shoulder), Rob Gronkowski (ankle), and Wes Welker (knee) are all expected to be fine for the Super Bowl and are projected to play fully in simulations.
Both units look to have advantageous match-ups with Nicks, Victor Cruz, and Mario Manningham going up against the 31st ranked pass defense for the Patriots. Gronkowski and Aaron Hernandez, as they have shown against everybody all season, have too much size and speed for the New York linebacking crew of Michael Boley, Chase Blackburn, and Mathias Kiwanuka. The Patriots will look to control play with their offense while the Giants will lean on their pass rush to disrupt Tom Brady and the New England passing game. Both match-ups will be great theater to watch on Sunday, and provides some great and interesting action for prop bets.
All of the receiver and tight end prop bets are listed below. Afterwards, I have selected a few bets that stand out to me and the computer
This Sunday is the much anticipated Super Bowl between the New York Giants and the New England Patriots. With such a big game on the horizon, there are plenty of proposition bets for every position, quarter, and situation imaginable. This week AccuScore will go over prop bets for each position and make picks for the most interesting ones. I have assembled a few bets that stood out to me, and made five picks that are available only to members only. Sign in now to see my picks, or sign up for membership ASAP using the code "superbowl" and get 25% OFF an all-sports membership, giving you access to all of AccuScore's Super Bowl picks and analyses.
Eli Manning Proposition Bets
Gross Passing Yards: Over/Under 313.5, -119/102
Total Pass Completions: Over/Under 25, 110/-129
Will Eli throw an interception: Yes/No, -190/161
Total touchdown passes: Over/Under 2.5, 169/-200
Will Eli win Super Bowl MVP: Yes/No, 209/-251
Eli Manning to have more passing yards in:
AccuScore had another good NFL season. No, it was a GREAT season. We won ESPN’s NFL Expert Picks for the 4th consecutive season. That’s never been done before.
Now, AccuScore’s Super Bowl picks are out, and there’s a 4-star pick in the mix. AccuScore has 3 picks for the early line of Super Bowl XLVI: a totals pick, a pick against the spread, and a pick on the money line. The Patriots are currently favorites at -3 and the Over/Under line is at 55 points. Our computer's definitely got some thoughts on all three early lines.
By Jonathan Lee and Bart Lopez
The final week of the NFL regular season often brings irregular lines due to varying degrees of motivation for the teams involved. In that way the pros emulate the college postseason for at least one week of the year. Still, some teams have plenty to play for and our analysts have four picks for AccuScore users.