Careful of Betting Systems

One thing you see a lot of on the internet is people claiming to have the perfect betting system and it’s often billed as a quick, get risk scheme. Of course you’ll want to research it yourself and not take anyone’s word for it as often these systems are chase systems that could require gigantic bankrolls and the risk/reward just doesn’t make a whole lot of financial sense.

 

Around big events such as the Super Bowl or March Madness, you’ll hear much more about these can’t miss betting systems.

 

This Super Bowl betting system used to get a lot of play years ago. Even the local sports sections in the newspapers used to publish it. Legend has it that this super bowl system started 32-3-2 against the spread but it now 34-10-2 against the spread. I personally have not backtracked it for all these years but I think what happens is, someone publishes something and at the time states the system is 32-3 and people start paying attention and running with it. Before you know it, the system is now 34-10. Anyway in case you are wondering – here is the so-called Super Bowl Super System and no, I didn’t do the work for you.

 

The below stats are used to determine the winner for the Super Bowl. These numbers are for regular season games only.

 

1. Give 10 points if a team has won a Super Bowl in the last three years.

2. Give 8.0 points to any team whose opponent is playing in their very first Super Bowl in franchise history.

3. Give 8.0 points to the team that has allowed the fewer defensive rushes.

4. Give 7.0 points to the team with the best straight up win/loss record including playoffs.

5. Give 7.0 points to the team with the most offensive rushes.

6. Give 5.0 points to the team with the lower defensive rush average per carry.

7. Give 4.0 points to the team that has the best net kick-punt touchdown returns.

8. Give 4.0 points to the team the team with the better record against the point spread.

9. Give 4.0 points to the team that has the superior net penalty yards.

10. Give 3.5 points to the team that has the best yards per pass attempt.

11. Give 3.5 points to the team that has given up the fewest points.

12. Give 3.5 points to the team that has allowed the fewest rushing touchdowns.

13. Give 3.0 points to the team that has the most sacks.

14. Give 2.5 points to the team with the fewest offensive pass attempts.

15. Give 2.0 points to the team that had the best net punts (total) on the year.

16. Give 1.5 points to the team with the best average per offensive rush.

17. Give 1.0 points to the team with the best completion percentage.

 

 

The current odds for Super Bowl XLVI are New England -3, 55 over the New York Giants.

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