Falcons Super Bowl 51 Bet – Like Taking Candy From a Baby for G911 Readers

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Jan/22/2017

For those of you following the Gambling911.com website throughout the morning, you were in on a badly kept secret….the Atlanta Falcons were not only going to win their NFC title game against Green Bay, they were going to do so by more than 6 points, or maybe even by more than 22 points (yes, we have an article up ahead of the NFC Conference Game with a headline about a potential win by Atlanta by more than 22 points with the Falcons ulimately doing so by 23). 

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Atlanta is heading or only their second Super Bowl in franchise history after an amazing performance against Green Bay Sunday.

Bookies made out big with more than 60 percent of the public backing on Green Bay at anywhere from +4 to +6.

The Falcons odds of winning Super Bowl 51 were at 11/2 ahead of last week’s win.

Get the latest Super Bowl 51 line here

FIND HUNDREDS OF SUPER BOWL 51 PROP BETS HERE

- Dan Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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