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Super Bowl 2014 prop bets: Overtime odds

Jan 31, 2014; New York, NY, USA; NFL commissioner Roger Goodell addresses the media at Rose Theater in advance of Super Bowl XLVIII. Mandatory Credit: Joe Camporeale-USA TODAY Sports

The EA Sports Madden sim of the Super Bowl between the Denver Broncos and the Seattle Seahawks had the game going to over time. Here is how Madden describes the end of the game:

Denver’s defense, shell-shocked from their 4th quarter collapse and Lynch’s Beast Mode run, steeled their resolve and stopped the Seahawks on the first overtime possession, forcing a punt. The Broncos managed to advance the ball to the Seahawks’ 30-yard line, but their drive stalled there and John Fox called in the kicking unit. Matt Prater, the record-holder for the longest ever field goal in an NFL game, stepped in for his first attempt of the game and drilled a 48-yarder to seal the victory and send Broncos fans around the world out of their seats with elation.

In addition to winning his second Super Bowl ring Peyton Manning also earned MVP honors on the strength of his 322-yard, three touchdown performance. Demaryius Thomas also had a monster game, hauling in 11 passes for 168 yards and a touchdown. The Seahawks’ Marshawn Lynch was the game’s top rusher, gashing the Denver defense for 109 yards and a touchdown.

So what are the odds that the Super Bowl actually goes to overtime? Odds makers William Hill have the Super Bowl going to overtime at 7 to 1 odds. Of course while there has been many of close Super Bowls, none have actually gone into overtime. The odds that you see the Super Bowl actual

Topics: Denver Broncos, Seattle Seahawks

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