We are almost at the end of the regular season stage of the 2013/14 NFL season, which means we have a pretty good idea of which sides will be advancing from it to take part in the playoffs. We certainly know that sides like the New England Patriots, the Denver Broncos and the San Francisco 49ers will be amongst those competing for a place in the Super Bowl after the festive season, but which teams have the bookmakers marked down as the favourites to win the big prize? Furthermore which of these favoured teams would be a good wager for those interested in betting on the outcome?
The Seattle Seahawks have emerged as the bookies hot favourites for the 2014 Super Bowl, although they are tied with the Broncos on 11/4 odds at some of the sports betting sites. The Seahawks have certainly been really impressive in the NFC West this season, with eleven wins from thirteen games – and an overall win percentage of .846. They have clinched their first Division title in three years already, but they have never won the Super Bowl, whereas other contenders like the 49ers and the Broncos have, and this could be a psychological disadvantage. It’s hard to say, and that’s why some fans will stick with Lucky Nugget slot machines based on American football instead.
These games are definitely a simpler option if you like both NFL and betting, but that isn’t the only reason so many fans play the $5 Million Touchdown slot. The Touchdown bonus game, that makes great use of the video graphics aspect of this slot, is definitely one of the biggest attractions for NFL fans – as it lets them pretend to be players. The jackpot of $5 million is something that will attract pretty much anyone, whether they like the sport or not, while the low betting deposit level of $0.10 a time makes a game like this ideal for the current climate when few of us have lots of money to gamble with.
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