Tuesday, October 16, 2007
NFL : Pats go 6-0 and get odds cut
The New England Patriots have had their betting odds for winning Superbowl XLII cut again after their stunning 48-27 win over Dallas on Sunday.
In a battle between two 5-0 teams on Sunday afternoon, the Patriots beat the Cowboys as easily as everyone else they've faced this season, largely thanks to a career-best five touchdown passes from Tom Brady.
As skinny as 13/8 for the Superbowl prior to kick-off, the Patriots are now +140 (2.40) with UK bookmaker bet365 while Dallas have drifted to +750 (8.50) with Canbet.
The biggest threat in the layers eyes remiains the Indianapolis Colts still priced at +500 (6.00) at Ladbrokes after they didn't play, and the Pittsburgh Steelers who also had a bye and are +1600 (17.00) also at Ladbrokes
San Diego have been cut to +1600 with bet365 following their 28-14 success against Oakland, while Green Bay Packers are now +2000 with Ladbrokes after their narrow 17-14 victory over Washington.