A tight Super Bowl went to Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers. And after further review, Nevada’s sports books also won a close decision.
All he wanted, Ben Roethlisberger said before the Super Bowl, was the ball in his hands and a shot to win at the end for the Pittsburgh Steelers. Roethlisberger got his wish, and bettors on both sides of the line anxiously wondered what would happen next.
Aaron Rodgers led the Green Bay Packers to a Super Bowl victory Sunday, and a majority of the betting public followed the favorite to a big payday.
The Green Bay Packers are 2½-point favorites over the Pittsburgh Steelers in today’s game, and the total is 45. A survey of Super Bowl opinions from Las Vegas Review-Journal staff members, other media and Las Vegas handicappers.
It’s a great day and a sad time all rolled into one. We’re anticipating the Green Bay Packers and Pittsburgh Steelers will put on a spectacular show befitting the Super Bowl hype, but we also know that by 7 p.m. we’ll be bemoaning the fact that the next meaningful football game is seven months away.
It’s Super Bowl eve, and a mother pushes a stroller while her two young daughters walk on each side of her outside the sports book at Mandalay Bay.