Bookies Exposed to Patriots in Big Way for Super Bowl LI

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Feb/05/2017

It shouldn’t surprise anybody that the bookies are one more seeing heavy exposure with the New England Patriots on Super Bowl Sunday.

By Sunday morning of Super Bowl LI some 65 percent of the spread action was favoring the Pats. 

Local bookies will be especially exposed without the use of a Pay Per Head service that provides a wealth of prop wagers and LIVE IN-PLAY WAGERING.

Oddsmakers have held steadfast at -3 fearing sharps will take full advantage with a move over that number considering a strong likelihood of a field goal victory.

New England has ravaged the books this season thus far, going 14-2 Straight Up and 13-3 Against The Spread.  The Pats had the best ATS record in the league by far.  In fact, no other team covered more than 9 games in 2016.

- Don Shapiro, Gambling911com

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